The Walk-Ons Podcast! With Michael Felder

Today, Ben and I chat with the delightful Michael Felder, Bleacher Report’s lead football writer and the man behind “In the Bleachers.” Topics include his career as a UNC football player, the writing life, the brand new Walk-Ons curse, and how to ruin a friend’s impending proposal by appearing on our podcast. Ben also takes on my 15-year-old sister Shannon in a no-holds-barred trivia contest, we help out a troubled local youth with torn allegiances, and take twitter questions about Duke football, Gbinijie’s transfer, and the musical ‘Wicked.’ This is how life goes when it’s really, really going.

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Time Stamps:

0:00 – Introduction, some laughs,
2:25 – I get us on the FBI watch list with questionable quotes about young people
4:40 – Interview with Michael Felder
37:30 – Ben and I congratulate ourselves on another great interview
38:40 – Ben takes on my sister in trivia
49:45 – Ben reads a letter from a troubled local youth, we set him straight
53:30 – Are Ben and I heroes? You tell us.
54:15 – Twitter questions

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