Russillo breaks down Dak Prescott’s $160 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys (2:20) before talking with former NFL QB and current Burleson High School head coach Jon Kitna about working with Dak Prescott during his time as QB coach for the Cowboys, playing QB for the Bengals, mentoring Cason Palmer, the joy of coaching young athletes, and more (11:00). Then Ryen talks with ESPN’s Tim Legler about his NBA career; winning the 1996 3-point contest; the ’95 Bullets with Chris Webber, Rasheed Wallace, Ben Wallace, and Juwan Howard; ex-player coaches and Tim’s interest in an NCAA head coaching job; the Brooklyn Nets and Utah Jazz as NBA title contenders; and more (30:00). Finally, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:01:00).
Dak’s Deal, NBA Title Contenders, and Life Advice With Jon Kitna and Tim Legler
Russillo discusses a host of NFL topics with former QB Jon Kitna before Tim Legler joins the show to remember the ’95 Bullets, winning the 3-point contest, and more
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Amy Schneider has known for months that she’d pass Matt Amodio to notch the second-longest winning streak in show history. Her experience keeping that hidden has been bizarre—and mirrors the stories told by other legendary ‘Jeopardy!’ champs.
Chris and Andy discuss what Sundance’s decision to go virtual means for the film industry