Patrick Reed's win at Torrey Pines was full of controversy, as usual, as the Farmers Insurance Open field couldn't keep up with the American. Co-hosts Alex Lauzon's and Michael Russell's picks to win came close, but couldn't close the gap on Sunday. Also, CBS unveiled its new look and sound during the weekend coverage, with no complaints from this podcast.
Fans will return to the PGA Tour at this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open, and Lauzon shares what he expects to be different after attending the tournament last year. Plus, some early names to keep an eye on at the party in the desert.
In "Tuned In," Russell has been able to move on from the past four years and turn to some political satire in the form of "Veep." And Lauzon is all over past guest and Barstool Sports personality Trysta Krick as she tries to win "Surviving Barstool."
This week's guest is Darren Tang, a professional bowler who documents his journey on the PBA Tour on YouTube and Twitch. Tang shares what it's like to be making videos full time, how bowlers are athletes, too, and how his golf game is going.
It's the first weekend in February, so that means it also will be Super Bowl Sunday. Lauzon and Russell are all over the prop bets, including the length of the national anthem, the color of the Gatorade and which song halftime performer The Weeknd will sing first.
Super Bowl Sunday remains front of mind as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, including Lauzon's big plans for game day.