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PFT drives The Dan Patrick Show bus on Wednesday

Geno Smith AP

Dan Patrick and his quartet of sidekicks will be out of pocket for the rest of the week.  On Wednesday, yours truly will be firing up the remote radio studio in West Virginia and guest-hosting the show.

The radio-only broadcast, carried by more than 270 stations, has a solid list of guests.  They include former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith (you’re shocked that I booked the former West Virginia quarterback?), former Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward of NBC’s Football Night in America, FOX’s Jay Glazer, former Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner, and Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports Radio Network.

If you have any suggested questions for the guests or requested topics, post your thoughts in the comments.  You can listen live at DanPatrick.com to the three-hour tour of the sports world.

Then, as soon as the show ends, I’ll fire up the remote TV studio in West Virginia (same room, different button) for PFT Live, featuring free-agent defensive end/linebacker Dwight Freeney and former NFL tight end Anthony Becht, who’ll be in the Stamford studios of NBCSports.com.

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6 Responses to “PFT drives The Dan Patrick Show bus on Wednesday”
  1. lennydpocketqb says: Feb 19, 2013 10:56 PM

    Kudos Mike.

  2. ningenito78 says: Feb 19, 2013 11:02 PM

    Just let me know what time you’re having Mannix on so I can turn the radio off for a few minutes.

  3. samapoc says: Feb 20, 2013 5:34 AM

    Tell a few old stories about meeting and working with Dan.
    Talk about the typical salary cap restructuring moves to help teams buy more cap space…in context of a team like the Saints who have major cap problems.

  4. bribos says: Feb 20, 2013 8:58 AM

    While yer at it Mike, answer a few emails from your listeners. I offer this suggestion to you because the next email #dan patrick answers WILL BE THE FIRST!

  5. spicymudbugs says: Feb 20, 2013 9:01 AM

    That show is the male equivalent of The View. It’s unwatchable

  6. ajc7nfl says: Feb 20, 2013 10:45 AM

    Hey Mike. Try to find out when they are going to reduce the number of preseason games that season ticket holders have to pay full price for.

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