June 21, 2024

No Punt Intended 2.02: Our Five Most Awesomest Things about Football

Welcome back to another episode of “No Punt Intended” – the preferred podcast of dozens of listeners nationwide. We’re back & better(ish) than ever with a New Format & New Crew – however still as biased, unapologetic and shameful as ever!

This week it’s just Ted and Shaun are manning the ship as Tami couldn’t join – sadly tryouts for Space Force ran long in Boise so unfortunately she will be missed this week. But not to worrry, the boys are bringing a fun filled show of absolute nonsense – covering their personal Top Five Things they’re looking forward to most this upcoming football season. Whether it be Hawkeyes getting Angry on twitter, players kneeling or Colin Cowherd getting owned by Baker Mayfield – they’ll be talking about it! So sit back and enjoy the show!

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Ted Flint
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Ted's friends often refer to him as the “Angry Panda" because of his cuddly, teddy bear-like nature and his fierce loyalty to those close to him. He's also not afraid to bite if you cross him or any of his allies. Born and bred in small town, southeastern Iowa, Ted took his Iowa State degree and moved to Kansas of all places. Ted loves to hold on to those small town roots though, by refusing to acknowledge any music made after 2005. His major goals include making the internet fun again, seeing the Cubs win a World Series live, and having a beer with Jon Stewart. This website is a step toward one of those goals.

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