This week the guys get all the Measure C out of their system with the help of friends of the pod Andy Keatts and John Gennaro. They talk about all the ins and outs of what's at stake for future of San Diego with or without a football team. Then they get into it about different regional coffee chains. It's a big discussion, one that needed to be had.
This week the guys had a special a co-host. Colleen Stevenson teaches 11th Grade at High Tech High Chula Vista and her students have a project to create their own podcasts! We talked about what sports her kids are interested in, the Chargers loss, and her troubling love for the Dodgers. Then we have Dave Blass call in from the set of Pitch! Dave is the production designer on the show and shared with us the intricate ways he recreated our beloved Petco Park.
The 2016 Padres finished their season and the guys had their biggest rivals Padres and Pints on to call a truce and look back. They talk about the highlights, mistakes, and share thoughts about the future. Then they talk about Measure C and the latest episode of Pitch on Fox.
This week the guys talk about the Chargers vs Jags, the AJ Preller fiasco, and the recent excitement surrounding the SDSU Football Program. Then they have a fun chat with El Paso Times editor Bob Moore about the Padres' AAA affiliate in El Paso, the 2016 PCL Champion Chihuahuas. At the end, Travis and Nick discuss 30 for 30's Small Potatoes: Who Killed The USFL? (It was Donald Trump). #GrrrTime #TKFFFS
After a two week break, the Kept Faith is back! Dallas and Nick discuss the disaster of a week one for the Chargers and what it means for the overall picture of what they're trying to get done downtown. Then they talk about the Padres winding down their season and what to look forward to in the last month. Then in the second to last installment of The Kept Faith Football Film Series #TKFFFS they discuss Varsity Blues (1999).
This week the guys sit down with Andrew Burer from The Mighty 1090 and talk about his job covering all things San Diego Sports. They discuss the Padres youth movement and the Chargers' inability to forward a cohesive positive message to the fans as the all important stadium vote approaches. Then Nick and Travis discuss the 1994 film Little Giants for the second installment of The Kept Football Film Series #TKFFFS.
This week Nick and Travis sit down with Voice of San Diego reporter Andy Keatts. They talk about Matt Kemp's Player's Tribune post, the Joey Bosa situation with the Chargers and kickoff The Kept Faith Football Film Series with Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday (1999).