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The Dave Portnoy Show
Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy is a weekly "best of" podcast where we deliver to you the best 60-90 min from Barstool's daily show on Sirius XM. This podcast focuses on the inner workings of Barstool Sports while also hitting on many of the viral topics of the week.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 5,673 ratings
Needs to be daily
Outdated when listening a week behind
JFS Monroe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/19
Last cast was much better. If this came out daily, I would be subscribed. But weekly, over 6 days old for some content, and over 2 hours, was not enjoyable. Unsubscribed.
MikeG44aaaa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/19
Boom or bust
Best part is fast forwarding through when they give it just to Tommy or they let Nate on at all. Also the Holy Roman Empire isn’t what you think it is smitty.
dustytex via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/28/19
Recent Episodes
The week starts off with an all-time incompetent Glenny Balls moment. Then the show went to Boston before Game 7, then to Pebble Beach where Riggs celebrated a Blues Stanley Cup win. Ryan Whitney joined the Foreplay boys for Thursday & Friday's show. 
Published 06/17/19
Barstool Radio started out on the road in St. Louis ahead of Game 4. Phil Maroon got Dave super high right before the show. During Game 4 Dave got viciously attacked by an unruly Blues fan which lead to a ton of social media traction, and a denial from the towelflicker. Dave talks about how he...
Published 06/10/19
This jam packed week of Barstool Radio had a little bit of everything. 3 shows from Hurricane's in Boston for the Stanley Cup final where Riggs and Dave agreed to get Riggs hairplugs, the blue checkmark brigade got upset about a towel and called into defend themselves, and a ton of hockey talk....
Published 06/03/19
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