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The Jim Rome Show: The Week That Was

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Description

A weekly round-up of highlights from The Jim Rome Show on CBS Sports Radio. For full access to the best of Jim Rome, including daily podcasts, exclusive interviews, and more go to jimrome.com and become a JUNGLE INSIDER.

Customer Reviews

Need entire show

Come on Rome put the entire show on podcast. I have not and will never pay for the show. Colin Cowherd went to Fox two weeks ago and his show is already available in podcast for FREE! His show is on the same time as your show and I would like to have the freedom to listen to your show at my leisure but for free.

This rating is only for the fact that you have to pay for the podcast.

Best sports radio show ever

It's a shame you only have these teasers. Quit being stingy and put up the whole show for download, Jim.

I love the show. I hate the podcast format.

We need whole shows, Romey—not clips and soundbites. Alvin is talented, but this is not enough to give us our rightful fill of Jungle Karma. At least let us Jungle Insiders have access, because your show's website has been an absolute disaster ever since you left ESPN.

Please note: I am only rating the podcast episode, NOT “The Jim Rome Show” itself. I actually think that Jim Rome is the best thing on the radio airwaves—the guy is hilarious and has the best takes in sports. But what I like best about Romey is that—unlike so many other sports talk hosts—he doesn’t restrict himself to only taking on the “safe” targets—I mean, who isn’t completely disgusted by what Ray Rice or Greg Hardy have done? It doesn’t take even an ounce of courage to take a stand against those two. No, it’s with the more controversial characters where Rome’s integrity and talent shine through—he doesn’t hesitate to blast creeps like Adrian Peterson relentlessly and consistently, and he doesn’t care whether you agree with him or not. Who knows—maybe he'll even cause a slack-jawed yokel or two to realize that--as much as we all love sports—there just *might* be more important issues in life than how effectively a guy can carry the ball between the tackles.

Now if he could just make full episodes available for download instead of this “Week that Was” train wreck, then podcast perfection will be achieved.