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A Flock of Donkies: The Schedule




mp3 version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a-flock-of-donkies-episode-6/id646176343?i=162748637&mt=2

A Flock of Donkies: The Schedule

After binge drinking on the Yellowstone River over the weekend Adam and Gerrad rally to talk about the 2013 schedule for the Seahawks and Broncos. First up is Chicken Scratch where Adam brings up Wilson doing a mock Kaepernicking and more. At 37:52 Donkie Spit begins and Gerrad declares that the Broncos have the best shot to go undefeated in the NFL this year. Plus a preview of all 16 games. At 35:39 the boys review Bitter Root Brewery's Nut Brown Ale and share why it's a gateway beer.

A Flock of Donkies is a podcast that focuses on the two Northwestern NFL teams, the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. We also review a microbrew each episode and practice the 3 S's... we smoke, swig and swear. So listen accordingly.

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