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Doug & Wolf Podcasts and Past Shows

Doug and Wolf get you up with latest sports news presented in an entertaining way. It's Jock vs. Joe every morning as former NFL player Ron Wolfley brings the perspective of a former athlete and former high school bench warmer Doug Franz speaks for the average fan. Listen live every morning from 6-10 AM Arizona Time on Arizona Sports on 98.7 FM or download this podcast.

November 22, 2017

Doug & Wolf's NFL Power Poll - Week 11

Doug, Wolf and John Clayton give their top five teams in the NFL

Wolf's Dramatic Read - Lonzo Ball

Wolf does a dramatic read from the perspective of Lonzo Ball during last weekend's Suns game

John Clayton, NFL Insider

John Clayton talks Fitz, Arians and Jerry Jones on our "Football Friday on a Wednesday"

B-Train and Jurecki, Hosts of "The Blitz"

We do some crosstalk and cover Calais Campbell's return and ASU's odds of keeping Todd Graham

John Chayka, Coyotes GM

John Chayka says consistency from Goalie Annti Raanta is fueling their win streak

11-22-17 Paul's Call

It's a Paul's Call Thanksgiving!

November 22, 2017 - Hour 1

Thanksgiving! Plus we react to Jay Triano, the Cards WR shuffle and Calais returning to AZ

November 22, 2017 - Hour 4

John Chayka talks about the three-game win-streak plus B-Train and Jurecki are in-studio to talk about their Calais Campbell interview

November 22, 2017 - Hour 3

Eric Bledsoe returns! Plus more on the Cards as they prepare to take on the Jaguars and Calais Campbell

November 22, 2017 - Hour 2

John Clayton on Fitz and Arians, the Cards shuffle WR's and Calais returns to the Valley

November 21, 2017

Rudy Carpenter, Former ASU QB

Rudy joins us in-studio to talk Territorial Cup!

Jay Triano, Suns Interim Head Coach

Jay Triano talks Alex Len, Greg Monroe, assists and trust

Maximum Football with Max Starks

Max is in for an hour to talk Cardinals and NFL

11-21-17 Paul's Call

It's Paul's Call versus a rattler!

November 21, 2017 - Hour 1

BA takes back his self-blame for 4th and 1, the Suns have won back-to-back games and the Cards shuffle the deck on offense