EP 23: Adam Schefter, ESPN

May 24, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this breakthrough episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran interviews one of the most recognizable people in the world of sports, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter joins the show for an extended interview. Their talk reveals Schefter’s legendary career actually stems from a series of unplanned circumstances.  While it appears Schefter was a prodigy destined to be … Read More

EP 22: Mike Vaccaro, New York Post

May 21, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran interviews award-winning New York Post lead sports columnist, Mike Vaccaro. A two-time New York Sportswriter of the Year as named by the National Sports Media Association, Vaccaro talks with Moran about a variety of topics, including his career journey that began at St. Bonaventure College in … Read More

EP 21: Adam Caplan, NFL Insider

May 17, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran is joined by Adam Caplan, former ESPN NFL Insider and current SiriusXM Radio host. One of the best reporters in the business, Caplan (@caplanNFL) spends a little time discussing the Buffalo Bills and several other teams around the league; including Cleveland, Tampa Bay and the LA Rams. … Read More

EP 20: Are The Bills Better Than Last Year?

May 14, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran and his weekly Monday “Pat With Pucks” partner Tone Pucks examine the current Buffalo Bills roster as it stands to debate if this team, on paper is better or worse than last year’s 9-7 playoff team. They break the team down by position and agree on … Read More

EP 19: Sweeny Murti, Yankees Beat Reporter

May 10, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by Sweeny Murti, New York Yankees beat reporter for WFAN in New York City, a job he’s held dating back to 2001. Also a contributor for the MLB Network and SNY, Sweeny discusses why pitching has keyed the Yankees sizzling hot streak they’ve been riding … Read More

EP 18: Del Reid, The True #BillsMafia Story

May 7, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by Del Reid, a founding father of one of the most famous fan bases in all of sports. This is your opportunity to learn the true story of #BillsMafia Thanks to the Barstool Sports and Deadspins of the internet, when many hear the term #BillsMafia … Read More

EP 17: Matthew Fairburn, Buffalo Bills Reporter

May 3, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by Buffalo Bills beat reporter and co-host of The Bills Beat Podcast, Matthew Fairburn. This interview focuses on Fairburn and  his journey to landing a job at Syracuse.com covering the Buffalo Bills, from growing up in Massachusetts to going away for college at the University … Read More

EP 16: Buffalo Bills/NFL Draft Recap

April 30, 2018By Patrick Moran

On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by one of the rising young sports talk radio show hosts in Western New York, Nate Geary of WGR550 in Buffalo. The two fully recap the NFL draft from both a Buffalo Bills and league-wide perspective.  They discuss the much anticipated yet highly scrutinized decision of … Read More

EP 15: Howard Simon, Sports Talk Radio Host

April 26, 2018By Patrick Moran

Happy NFL Draft Day, folks! On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran interviews long-time WGR 550 Buffalo sports talk radio host, Howard Simon. They discuss Howard’s long and successful career in the sports radio business, a journey that began in the mid-1990’s and included stints at WBEN and WNSA radio as well as … Read More

EP 14: Richard Deitsch, The Athletic

April 23, 2018By Patrick Moran

The Moran-Alytics Podcast enjoys its biggest score to date as Patrick Moran interviews long-time Sports Illustrated veteran and current media critic and columnist for The Athletic, Richard Deitsch. Starting at around the 3:30 mark Richard discusses in detail several topics, including why he decided to leave Sports Illustrated after 20 years for The Athletic, why … Read More