Couch Side has a plethora of opinions in this episode with Sean Schoonover, left, and Craig Paul, middle, calling host Wade McMillin in the studio this week.
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After one week off, the Couch Side gang is back. This week host Wade McMillin is on the phone with usual co-host Craig Paul and good friend Sean Schoonover joined the show for this week’s Head to Head Honchos. This week’s topics include: a review of Week 6 of the NFL, a look at Week 7, the MLB playoffs and even more Fantasy Football advice. Click below to get started!
Couch Side co-host Craig Paul (right) gives fellow host Wade McMillin a titty twister minutes before they start recording the podcast.
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Couch Side hosts Wade McMillin and Craig Paul are back for another football heavy episode with a baseball twist. The duo discuss Week two of the NFL regular season and preview what could be an exciting Week three. In the big picture, our hosts examine the National League Wildcard and how baseball is a better game with its expanded playoff system. Click below to start downloading, streaming or subscribing to the Couch Side podcast!
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