The best local sports talk can be heard at DogAndDeuce.com

Dog and Deuce is Studio B’s longest running podcast and the first show we ever produced.  In its first two years Allen and James have interviewed some of the biggest names in the local and national sports landscapes including Andrew Bogut, Jamal Anderson, Nick Rimando, Paul Kruger and countless others.

The following is from the “About” page at DogAndDeuce.com

The Dog and Deuce Show is a podcast based out of Salt Lake City.  It covers all the major professional and collegiate sports with a strong focus on the sports scene in Utah.  Dog and Deuce is hosted and produced by two long time friends and lifetime sports addicts Allen “Al-Dog” Martindale and James “Deuce” Dyer.
The show published its first episode in July of 2010.  The production and recording of the early episodes could not have been more basic, with the duo huddling around a single small – and admittedly cheap – desktop microphone in Dog’s family room.  Since then the show has grown and evolved exponentially with the aid of better equipment and a full in-home studio.  While the early days featured the hosts simply discussing and debating issues in the sports world, Dog and Deuce now incorporates interviews with players, coaches and writers.
One thing that hasn’t changed are the strong opinions and unbridled passion Dog and Deuce bring to each episode.  They cover the sports and teams they love and, because they are not directly affiliated with any teams, they have total freedom to give their honest opinions.
Dog and Deuce is a member of the Lifestyle PodNetwork, an international network that is home to renowned shows from all over the world (its kind of like NBC or CBS for podcasts).  Now the show is a part of TornBySports.com, the best and most comprehensive local sports blog on the internet.  These affiliations have allowed The Dog and Deuce Show to expand its coverage and access even more without jeopardizing the opinions and content that Dog and Deuce listeners have come to expect.

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