On this episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast, Patrick Moran talks with Nick and Nolan Show co-host Nick Bat about the Buffalo Bills, Nick’s conversation with Eric Wood and a slew of other topics.
They begin by talking about Covid-19 and to what extent it’s had on Nick both professionally and personally, including seeing a video on social media that really resonated with him. They talk about how things are being handled and the struggle at times to not jump into heavy political arguments on social media.
They also have a nice discussion about the art of podcasting, and some of the work that goes on behind the scenes in producing a finished podcast regularly that is well received by listeners. Nick takes us inside his recent podcast that featured Eric Wood, including admitting the nerves he had beforehand, the struggle of shaking them off as the interview went on and what he’s learned from that and podcasting in general. Both guys take us through the grind of putting out a podcast regularly as well as share a few of their favorite podcasts and offer advice for aspiring podcasters.
Of course, the guys spend plenty of time talking about the Buffalo Bills and discuss Josh Norman’s bold assessment of his play, the Bills being considered AFC East favorites by everyone and thoughts on the team having four prime time games this season.
The chat ends with the Fun Fact Finale, formerly called the Mini-Lightning Round and we learn a bunch of things about Nick, including what karaoke song he could crush, his favorite place he’s visited, his first celebrity crush, three people he’d most like to have dinner with and much more.
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