In a re-broadcast, Andrew tries to determine the value of rooting passionately for a sports team, and takes us on a journey through Yankee Stadium with New York City Football Club.
Episode features NEW footage at the top and bottom of the show!
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First Quarter: From The Bronx All The Way Down To The Battery
Andrew describes his love for NYCFC, and enters an essay writing contest. Starts at (05:10)
Second Quarter: The Leader Of Cheers
Samantha Skidmore takes us through the life of a former unofficial mascot for Virginia Tech Football and Basketball, and how her life has changed now. Starts at (18:20)
Third Quarter: Sideline Reporter
Andrew returns to share audio recorded from the field at NYCFC’s final home game of its inaugural season in 2015. Starts at (33:15)
Fourth Quarter: The End Of The Game
Andrew and Skidmore decide if being a sports fan is a good or bad decision, and if it matters at all. Starts at (45:15)
Overtime: What’s Changed?
Andrew returns with NEW material recapping the changes in team personnel between 2015 and 2016, and gives us the sounds of the first game of the year, ultimately changing his mind about his position of the importance of being a sports fan. Starts at (49:15)
Hosted and Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Produced by Julia Katz, Chelsea Rugg, and Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Opening Theme, “Bit Rio” by Podington Bear
Closing Theme “You’re A Champion” by 2 Skinnee J’s
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