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The Podcast

Ron and Keil (pronounced Kyle……yeah, he knows and doesn’t care what you think) bring you a show dedicated to the Games, News, and Opinions of the National Football League.

The show was initially brought about by the hilarious conversations overheard by others while directly spewing from Ron and Keil’s faces.

So at the beginning of the 2014 NFL season Ron and Keil started a venture of putting together a podcast. Starting with just a laptop and an iPad, they produced their first five shows.

After the first five shows the NFL stepped in and put it’s giant corporate boot of boredom on the neck of the show. After much complaining, whining, and crying Ron was able to get things rolling with the help of the NFL. Against their better judgement, the NFL approved their show.
Since then the podcast has grown from a small podcast for friends only and about 40-150 downloads per month to a podcast sponsored across most platforms and an ever expanding subscriber base.



The Hosts

Ron is a retired US Army Veteran, and is currently studying to become a History, Physical Education, and Business Teacher and Coach. His unparalleled resilience is the driving force of this cruise liner shipwreck. His terrible decision to constantly punish his mind every episode may need extensive study in self inflicted pain.

‚ÄčKeil is a US Army Veteran and currently works in telecommunications networks development. Living in Alaska, he believes that the Arctic is the perfect place to raise his daughter as a Viking, and hopes her anger will one day destroy the world. We worry about him sometimes….

Ron and Keil met while serving in the same unit in Alaska where they were roommates. They quickly became hetero-lifemates. Together they form a union that their wives would argue is confusingly weird and disturbing, but that the courts would recognize begrudgingly.

Both Keil and Ron are huge supporters of the U.S. Military, it’s Service Members, and Veterans everywhere.

Their show actively participates in events to support both Disabled Vets and Active Duty Members.