Who Dat Report 2010 Week 1

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(running time: 61 minutes)

In our first episode, Stuart discusses the Saints-Vikings game, the Super Bowl, and the NFC Championship game with Dan Zinski of The Viking Age and Dave Cariello of Canal Street Chronicles.

Don’t forget to answer this week’s trivia question in the comments section below! Didn’t hear this week’s question? It appears between the two interviews, so listen closely. Or, if you need a shortcut, fast-forward to about 36 minutes in.

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Show Notes

About the theme song: One of the challenges of starting a new broadcast is to find a theme song that you can use legally. I wanted a recording of “When the Saints Go Marching In”, but almost all of the ones I found are copyrighted. Finally, I found this recording of “Saints” by Barbeque Bob, an early country blues musician. The recording is so old that it’s fallen out of copyright, and so I’m able to use it here. It’s pretty neat.

If you know of anyone who has the rights to a recording of “When the Saints” and would be willing to donate the recording to act as our theme song, please have them contact me.

Guest notes: You can also find Dave Cariello at Campus Connection, the venerable clothing store on Broadway. There’s no better place to get your Tulane gear.

Dave also mentioned Bobby Hebert’s press box “behavior”. If you haven’t seen the video, here’s Bobby Hebert in all of his glory.

Finally, Dan mentioned a couple of “interesting” photos of Brad Childress. Well, here they are (presented without comment):

Some things you just can’t unsee.

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  • Philip Fordham

    Hey Stu, enjoyed the podcast. In case the trivia question hasn’t been answered yet, I think it was Charlie Brown vs the Steelers in 1968. Looking forward to the next podcast.

  • jscarlton

    Phil! Great to hear from you! I just finished this week’s podcast and didn’t notice you’re CORRECT answer in time, so you’ll have to wait 1 week for the infinite fame of having your name read on the podcast. It’ll come, though.

    Hope all is well. I’ll send you an email with an update.

    -Stuart