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Ballzy is SportsDayDFW's weekly podcast, hosted by Evan Grant, Kevin Sherrington and Barry Horn. The trio provides expert analysis on the D-FW and larger sports landscape. They also welcomes in big-name columnists, analysts and newsmakers themselves to reveal a side of the story you haven't heard before.

Customer Reviews

Too much interrupting

I have no idea which one of the writers is doing it, but he interupts and throws the show off track. There should be 2 people maximum together at one time around that microphone. Otherwise, you are just making noise.

I would also prefer that there be different podcasts for the different sports but I realize I am pipe-dreaming.

I listen but I don't necessarily enjoy it.

C'mon guys, fix this and make your podcast better!

Could be better

This would be a great informative podcast if it weren't for Barry Horn interrupting the others and trying to be funny by throwing in off-topic one-liners.

I like it but...

I like the podcast in general, but there are some things they could do to improve. First of all, when interviewing a guest it is often difficult to hear the host; a good example of this is in the Tony Beasly interview. Second of all, the ratio of banter :sports talk is too high; I don't mind a little "back and forth" among the several hosts, but they have way too much of it. Lastly, I wish they would clean up the language a little bit; as an adult I can listen and filter out the junk language, but I don't feel comfortable letting my 14 year old son listen to the podcast.

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