The Greg Cote Show podcast is jam-packed in the new episode now available!
Chris joins us live from Los Angeles, where he spent the last week doing Super Bowl stuff for the Le Batard Show. Including some stories exclusive to our pod. Hear Chris drop names like they’re in fire.
Greg, Chris and Yeti, working late into the night just for you, talk about the Super Bowl result and Sunday night’s halftime. Who won: The game, the hip-hop half, the commercials…or Greg’s Super Bowl party.
And, in a nod to Valentine’s Day, there’s a new Mount Gregmore of Love Songs. Greg’s personal favorites. The list may surprise you.
This is our eighth episode of 2022 and 99th overall, and we welcome you as always.
Also in the new episode:
▪ Radio Row’s Chris (Podcast Row?) IN LA: Up close with Russell Wilson’s sub, Justin Herbert’s hair and Micah Parsons. The Wittyingham parking lot debacle, a Golics sighting, and Chris’ awkward encounter at a Manhattan Beach bar.
▪ Has Greg ever been in a fight?
▪ What is the “magnolia cone” and why does Yeti throw them at other people?
▪ Who sent a dozen roses to Chris’ wife if not Chris? Should he be worried? We the detective and solve the mystery.
▪ The Greg Cote Show’s Non-Sporting Olympics is taking a week-long hiatus before a grand finale next week – in our historic 100th episode. Expect fireworks. Maybe a parade?
Hear all this and more in our latest podcast! A new episode drops every Monday morning at 7 a.m. on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, Megaphone, Stitcher — all for free wherever and whenever you do your podding, including of course Miamiherald.com. Find the entire GCS catalog HERE. (The show is also simulcast on Sirius XM radio Mondays from 5-6 p.m.).
Our podcast debuted in March 2020, just before the pandemic hit. (Sorry, don’t blame us). We thank you all, our pod family, for your tremendous and growing support. Please continue to listen, rate, review, follow, then unfollow and follow again and so on. It’s not cheating, and it helps us a lot. Tell your friends about it too!
This story was originally published February 14, 2022 7:00 a.m.