If you’re a die-hard sports fan, you might be finding that watching sports on TV or in the stadium isn’t always enough. Fortunately, the realm of sports podcasts has become very widespread in the past decade, and they’re perfect for filling the void between games.
Playing with Science
If you’re into sports and also into the science behind them, then this is the podcast for you. Hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice hang out with various athletes, experts, and even Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss the science behind some of the best moments in sports history. They cover topics such as sports injuries and how to recover, concussions, helmet technology, the science of swimming, and more.
View From the Cheap Seats
If you’re a comedy fan, look no further than View from the Cheap Seats. Jason and Randy Sklar discuss all sorts of different sports topics while putting their own comedic twist on it. They also have a wide variety of amazing guests, so there’s something new every week.
Pardon My Take
This sports podcast has become super popular since its inception, with over 750,000 people tuning into every episode. It’s probably because it’s one of the broadest sports podcasts out there – they cover everything from what players are doing during the offseason to their favorite foods.
The Tony Kornheiser Show
Kornheiser is one of the most recognizable commentators on the airwaves, and his show is perfect for sports fans looking for a little variety. While the show always starts with sports news, it can evolve into discussions of politics, entertainment, culture, or any other topic that catches Tony’s eye.
The Big Podcast with Shaq
One of the biggest sports celebrities of our time has his own podcast – if you’ve ever wondered what Shaquille O’Neal thinks about sports, news, entertainment, or lifestyle topics, then this is the show for you. This podcast is a bit newer than the other ones mentioned here, but it should not be missed.