Rog and Davo marvel at tiny Norwich City's upset of defending Premier League champs Manchester City. Plus, Liverpool make it 14 straight and Arsenal Arsenal.
Wayne talks with Rog about the emotions footballers experience when receiving a red card, why his generation of England players might have won everything with a different manager, and DC United's playoff push.
Rog and Davo break down an electric NLD, bow down to the beauty that both Liverpool and City put on display, and we get a look at that rarely glimpsed creature... optimistic Everton Rog.
Rog and Davo talk a week of surprise results in which the Big Six's heavy artillery was outgunned at home by pea shooters and an Ayew brother. Plus, is Teemu Pukki the Popeye's chicken sammy of the Premier League.
Rog and Davo return to the British Embassy in Washington, DC for the third straight year to celebrate the Premier League's return with special guests football legend Wayne Rooney, NFL Pro Bowler Josh Norman and USWNT World Cup Champion Rose Lavelle.
Roger Davies and Michael Bennett celebrate the opening weekend of the Premier League and break down Manchester United's 4 - 0 win over Chelsea in American Christian Pulisic's English Football debut.
Rog and Davo launch Season Six of the Men in Blazers TV Show with a special preview of the 2019-2020 Premier League campaign.
Rog and Davo celebrated MLS All Star week and the league's game against Atletico Madrid by hosting a live show, featuring Grant Hill, Diego Forlan, Nani and USWNT World Cup Winners Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger.
Rog and Davo Pod from the Lobby of the Lodge Hotel, where they are covering The Open Championship. They talk Rory, Tommy Fleetwood and the latest Premier League news.
Rog and Davo break down the USWNT's World Cup Final Victory over the Netherlands and reflect on the 2019 tournament that was.
Rog and Davo break down the USWNT's 2 - 1 World Cup semifinal victory over England. Plus, special guest, Tennessee Titans Pro Bowler Taylor Lewan stops by for a celebration of all things Smashville.
Rog reacts to the USA's 2 - 1 quarterfinal win over France and looks ahead to their game against England. Ohhhhhh Megan Rapinoe. Ohhhhh Megan Rapinoe.
Rog and Davo breakdown the USWNT's 2 - 1 victory over Spain and look ahead to the quarterfinals against France. Plus, a deep dive into the delirious Midwest soccer culture in Kansas City with Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes and striker Johnny Russell.
Rog and Davo recap the USWNT's victory over Sweden in the final group stage game of this World Cup, talk the USMNT's Gold Cup game and announce Philadelphia Union transfer news (for realz)live on the show.
Rog and Davo break down the USWNT's 3 - 0 victory over Chile. Plus, a look at all the big storylines from the Women's World Cup. And Davo waves goodbye (very enthusiastically) to Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea.
Rog and Davo break down the USWNT's 13-0 victory over Thailand in their 2019 World Cup Opener. Plus, a celebration of women's football culture in Rose City with a slew of special guests from the Portland Thorns.
Rog talks with USWNT hero Megan Rapinoe about playing in her third World Cup, her leadership style and her mission to change the world.
Rog talks with Lindsey Horan about turning down a college scholarship to play professionally at Paris Saint-Germain right out of high school, 2019 being the most competitive World Cup ever, and the youth coach who laughed at her dream of playing for the U.S.
Rog talks with USWNT defender Crystal Dunn about race in football, how she experienced the 2015 World Cup after being the last player cut from the squad and her versatility as a player.
Rog and Davo break down Liverpool's Champions League Final victory live from the Berklee Performance Center in Boston. Plus, the Battle in Baku between Chelsea and Arsenal and a Women's World Cup preview.
Rog talks with USWNT striker Alex Morgan about her childhood in Diamond Bar, California, her role as a cultural icon on and off the field, and how her battle for equality in women's football will affect her legacy.
Live from New York City, Rog and Davo celebrate the Sixth Annual Night of the Golden Blazer with special guests Sam Darnold of the New York Jets, ESPN's Katie Nolan and, the evening's guest of honor, US Soccer Legend Megan Rapinoe.
Rog talks with USWNT legend and pioneer Briana Scurry about the 1999 World Cup Final penalty shoot, her role as change agent of the women's game and her legacy as an African American athlete.
In the first episode of The Wayne Rooney Podcast, a new addition to the Men in Blazers Podcast Network, Wayne talks with Rog about his memories of the 2008 Champions League Final, the current state of Manchester United, DC United's flying start to the season, and why Wayne can't stand houseguests. Subscribe, Rate, Review The Wayne Rooney Podcast on iTunes.
Rog and Davo applaud Manchester City after sealing their second consecutive Premier League title, look ahead to an all-English Champions League Final and talk the USWNT ahead of France 2019.
Rog and Davo celebrate the wonder of Vincent Kompany's potentially title-winning wonder strike for Manchester City and marvel at Liverpool's Hutzpah-filled win at Newcastle. Plus, an announcement about MiB Live Shows.
Rog and Davo celebrate a Title Race so good, the team that finishes second should be given the Ligue 1 Title. Plus, United vs. Chelsea and a trip into the relegation zone's suck.
Rog Pods from England in the immediate aftermath in Manchester City's 2 - 0 win over United, the game long-touted by many as a title decider.
In a special dispatch from the front lines, Rog reports on Everton's seismic victory over Manchester United (which he was at with his family live and in person). Plus, City and Liverpool continue to trade blows in the title race.
Rog and Davo marvel at City and Liverpool's refusal to blink in the Premier League title race. Plus, Rog reveals the only time in his life he's struck a ball as sweetly as Mo Salah.
Rog and Davo celebrate the opening of Minnesota United FC's new stadium, Allianz Field, with a litany of special guests, including Minnesota Viking Harrison Smith and head coach Adrian Heath.
Rog and Davo break down Everton's 1 - 0 win over Arsenal, score the latest rounds in the Premier League title fight, recap the FA Cup semis, and talk USWNT.
Rog and Davo break down Liverpool's last minute win over Tottenham and a title race for the ages. Plus, referees have it out for Neil Warnock, according to Neil Warnock.
Rog and Davo trade roles while recapping Everton's emphatic El Blazerico victory. Plus, Liverpool survives a nervy affair at Fulham to go top of the league. And, the magic of the FA Cup.
Rog sits down with Jurgen Klopp to talk about the Liverpool manager's leadership style in the crucible of hysterical pressure created by this year's title race. A video version of this interview and Rog's entire "In the Shadow of the Kop" digital series is available on NBC Sports' YouTube channel.
Rog and Davo recap a 2 - 0 Arsenal win over Manchester United with massive Top Four implications. Plus, a check on the title race and the USWNT's discrimination suit against U.S. Soccer.
Rog hosts a panel at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference featuring Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey and StatsBomb CEO Ted Knutson talking data's roll in modern football and the potential it has to change the game.
Rog and Davo break down a 0 - 0 Merseyside Derby that made for change atop the table (and a little tinkle in Rog's pants). Plus, a North London Derby with massive Top Four implications and United roll on under OGS.
Rog sits down with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about the club's remarkable midseason turnaround, how he's getting the best out of Paul Pogba and his emotions on returning to Old Trafford. "Inside the Mind of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer" airs Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
Rog and Davo break down Manchester City's Carabao Cup win and the insane scenes between Chelsea keeper Kepa and manager Maurizio Sarri. Plus, Manchester United and Liverpool's injury-riddled draw in a rivalry game with massive title implications.
Rog is joined by a slew of remarkable guests to celebrate Atlanta United's title winning season and look ahead to this year's campaign, Live from Mercedes Benz Stadium.
Rog and Davo talk City's 6 - 0 thrashing of Chelsea and go deep on what's wrong at Stamford Bridge. Plus, Liverpool restores order and Spurs deliver another Wembley win.
Rog and Davo talk a THREE (that's right, Spurs fans) team title race. Plus, OGS proves he can win ugly at United. And Chelsea get a boost from THE HIG.
Rog and Davo talk title race after sleepy Manchester City's stumble at Newcastle and Liverpool dropping points to Leicester. Plus, United's last minute comeback draw, Chelsea is battered on the South Coast and Spurs win over Watford.
Rog and Davo talk Arsenal's 2 - 0 victory over Chelsea and Maurizio Sarri's post-game, romance language, scorched earth comments. Plus, Liverpool's 4 - 3 thriller over Palace and United roll on under OGS.
Rog and Davo applaud David De Gea's goalkeeping heroics in Manchester United's 1 - 0 victory over Tottenham. Plus, wins for Liverpool and City in the title race.
Emmy Award Winning host of "Last Week Tonight" John Oliver stops by the Panic Room for his annual holiday appearance to talk Liverpool's season of wonder, Maurizio Sarri's sideline style, and what he himself is like as a player.
Rog talks with Gillingham FC superfan Chris Willis about the magic of the FA Cup after the League One Gills defeated Premier League Big Boy Cardiff City over the weekend.
Rog and Davo break down the Festive Period's biggest storylines, including Manchester City and Liverpool's seismic clash, Christian Pulisic to Chelsea and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Old Trafford Revolution.
Emergency Jose Mourinho Pod in which Rog talks the end of the Portuguese's reign at Manchester United.
Rog talks with World Cup/Champions League/Euros title winner David Villa about his decision to depart NYCFC for Japan, the connection he forged with America during his time here, and the growth of Major League Soccer.
Rog and Davo recap one of the shock results of the season in Chelsea's defeat of Manchester City. Plus, Liverpool go top, Atlanta United win MLS Cup and the USWNT know their World Cup opponents.
Rog talks with Portland Timbers and Thorns owner Merritt Paulson about the Timbers upcoming MLS Cup clash with Atlanta United FC, the unique football culture that permeates Portland, and the state of the state of MLS.
Rog and Davo break down a salty, six goal thriller between Arsenal and Tottenham in North London, Rog recounts his sad nap after Liverpool's last minute winner against Everton. Plus, GregG Berhalter is the new USMNT manager.
Rog and Davo breakdown Spurs' emphatic win over Chelsea and ask the question: Is Jose Mourinho morphing into Arsene Wenger?
Rog talks with Bradley Wright-Phillips about his record breaking season, New York Red Bulls upcoming playoff clash with Atlanta United, and if he has to win MLS Cup to consider his career complete.
Rog and Davo relive their English Excellent Adventure, including taking in El Blazerico live and in-person. Plus, the Manchester Derby and MLS.
Rog and Davo discuss reports of a European Super League, celebrate an Arsenal Liverpool draw that was a victory for the neutral, and break down Manchester United's last-gasp victory over Bournemouth.
Rog talks with Atlanta United FC President Darren Eales about the Five Lessons he has learned from running an MLS team in its Delirious Second Season.
Rog and Davo break down break down a Tottenham vs. Manchester City clash played on a CONCACAFF-y field, Arsenal's draw at Palace and how Mo Salah got his groove back. Plus, NYRB take home the MLS Supporters' Shield.
Rog and Davo break down Chelsea's last gasp draw against Manchester United and Jose Mourinho's contentious return to Stamford Bridge. Plus, wins for City and Liverpool, Arsenal's poetic football, and Tata is saying goodbye to the ATL.
Rog talks with Wayne Rooney about his journey from fearless 16-year-old Everton debutant; to trophy-laden Manchester United superstar; to catalyst for one of the greatest single-season turnarounds in MLS history with DC United. The Men in Blazers Wayne Rooney Special airs Monday, Oct. 22 at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
One year after the USMNT's failure to qualify for the World Cup, Rog takes the temperature of football in America and we relive "The Morning After the Night Before" against Trinidad and Tobago.
Rog and Davo wonder where in orbit Riyad Mahrez's penalty kick is after City's 0 - 0 draw with Liverpool, recap Mourinho's escape from the gallows in United's 3 - 2 comeback win over Newcastle, and Arsenal's Title To Lose.
Rog and Davo recap the electric, end-to-end, nipple tingler that was Chelsea vs. Liverpool. Plus, the Slam Book-style beef between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba.
Rog sits down with 19-year-old USMNT and New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams to talk his journey from ball boy to homegrown hero, his dreams of winning trophies, and the new-look US Men's National Team.
Rog and Davo break down Arsenal's defeat of Everton (Rog doesn't overreact at all), the ubiquitous beef between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba, and Liverpool's still perfect start to the season.
Rog and Davo recap Liverpool's 2 - 1 win over Tottenham at Wembley, Manchester United's shock upset of unbeaten Watford, and Eden Hazard's hattrick to keep Chelsea perfect.
Rog sits down with Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock to talk about his 50 years in English football, record eight promotions as a manager, and why his most recent ascendance to the Premier League Promised Land with Cardiff City was so special.
Rog sits down with owner of Fulham and the Jacksonville Jaguars to talk about Fulham's return to the Premier League, life as a pro sports owner, and his remarkable personal journey, from college student with $500 in his pocket, to self-made billionaire.
Rog and Davo evaluate Mourinho's mental state after United's 2 - 0 win at Burnley and talk perfect starts for Liverpool, Chelsea and Watford, Glorious Watford.
Rog and Davo unpack Tottenham's 3 - 0 shellacking of Manchester United and the subsequent surreal Jose Mourinho news conference. Plus, #FreeRicharlison.
Rog and Davo sit down with "The Late Late Show" host and Carpool Karaoke King James Corden to talk about his beloved West Ham United, his favorite Premier League players of all-time and why Americans should support the Irons.
Live from the British Embassy in Washington, DC, Rog and Davo are joined by Premier League Executive Chairman Richard Scudamore, British Ambassador to the USA Sir Kim Darroch and World Cup Champions Becky Sauerbrunn and Kelley O'Hara.
Rog and Davo celebrate the start of the Premier League season and break down defending Champs City's victory over Unai Emery's Arsenal, Liverpool's 4 - 0 beatdown of West Ham, and wins for United, Chelsea, Spurs and not Everton.
Live from Atlanta. Rog and Davo break down A-Town's soccer culture with special guest from Atlanta United FC. Plus Hip Hop's own Waka Flocka gives his predictions for the season.
Rog and Davo recap the World Cup Final from a makeshift studio at the Budweiser Live Final Experience in NYC. Plus, England Belgium in THE BIG ONE. And a look back at the past 32 football-filled, glorious days that made up Rogue State 2018.
Live from Boston. England lose. Rog weeps. Davo looks forward to the third place game (The Big One). Plus, New England Revs manager and U.S. footballing legend Brad Friedel guests.
Rog and Davo celebrate England's 2 - 0 World Cup quarterfinal win over Sweden, relive Croatia's penalty shootout victory over Russia and look ahead to the semifinals.
Live from a sold out Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, Rog and Davo breakdown Belgium's win over Brazil and France's defeat of Uruguay. Plus, World Cup Champion Julie Ertz and soon-to-be USMNT General Manager Earnie Stewart guest.
Rog and Davo relive the end-of-days-holy-crap-England-won-a-penalty-shootout-in-our-lifetime-anything-is-possible Round of 16 victory over Colombia. Plus, a look ahead to the quarterfinals.
Live from the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, Rog and Davo break down a George R.R. Martin-esque Round of 16. Plus, special guests Nick Kroll and Bradley Wright-Philips.
From the Bud Hotel in Moscow, and the quite nice part of West Hollywood, Rog and Davo break down the turd-fest that was England vs. Belgium, perform an autopsy on Germany, and discuss Lionel Messi and Argentina.
From the Bud Hotel in Moscow and beautiful West Hollywood, respectively, Rog and Davo discuss what things are like on the ground in Russia. Plus, England's swashbuckling win over lowly Panama and Mexico's hot start to the World Cup.
Rog and Davo break down Messi and his 10 friends from the Rosario YMCA falling to an imperious Croatia. Plus, Brazil see off Costa Rica with a pair of late goals and England's manager injures himself.
The ninth episode of Rog's new 12-part series on U.S. Soccer's 1994 rise and 1998 fall, which he made in conjunction with WNYC Studios. For more episodes, go to www.FiascoPodcast.com.
Rog and Davo recap this morning's win for Ronaldo and Portugal, marvel at upset-laden Group H, and applaud (completely unprompted and without any fear) host Russia's performance.
The third episode of Rog's new 12-part series on U.S. Soccer's 1994 rise and 1998 fall, which he made in conjunction with WNYC Studios. For more episodes, go to www.FiascoPodcast.com.
Rog and Davo recap an England win over Tunisia that may begin to rebuild what's left of the Empire. Plus, the inspiration for "Moneyball," Barnsley owner, Oakland A's exec, and the G'est of all the FOPs, Billy Beane.
Rog and Davo marvel at Mexico's 1 - 0 victory over Germany and recap Day Four of Rogue State 2018. Plus, special guests Timbers owner Merritt Paulson and Timber Joey.
Rog and Davo recap Day Three of Rogue State 2018, Live from the Showbox SoDo in Seattle, including Mighty Iceland's 1 - 1 victory over Lionel Messi and Argentina. Plus, special guests, Sounders majority owner Adrian Hanauer and Seahawk Tyler Lockett.
Rog and Davo do an Emergency live pod from Minneapolis Airport in which they discuss Ronaldo's GOAT-like performance against Spain in a World Cup Instant Classic.
Rog and Davo celebrate FIFA's decision to bring World Cup 2026 to North America, break down Russia 2018's opening ceremony, and this year's opening game. Plus, St. Louis-native/USMNT up-and-comer Josh Sargent and St. Louis FC manager Anthony Pulis guest.
Rog and Davo countdown the sleeps until the World Cup and preview the Five Big Questions (there are actually six) ahead of the tournament. Plus, Rog becomes an American.
The first episode of Rog's new 12-part series on U.S. Soccer's 1994 rise and 1998 fall, which he made in conjunction with WNYC Studios. For more episodes, go to www.FiascoPodcast.com.
Rog talks with Man Booker Prize-winning author Julian Barnes about his new novel "The Only Story," his beloved Leicester City, and literary fanboy Roy Hodgson.
Rog and Davo break down an emotion-laden, narrative-filled Champions League final, welcome Fulham back to the Premier League party and toast a young USMNT victory over Bolivia.
Rog and Davo are joined on stage by LA Rams Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp, Actor Wilmer Valderrama, Mexico National Team Technical Director Dennis te Kloese and legend Gerardo Torrado to talk about Southern California's soccer scene and the 2018 World Cup.
Rog and Davo recap a spite-fueled, sneer-filled, peak Phil Jones FA Cup Final, preview this weekend's Champions League tilt between Liverpool and Real Madrid and eulogize Big Sam... gone the opposite of too soon. Plus, World Cup rosters and MLS.
Rog and Davo are joined on stage by Pardon My Take's Big Cat, the New York Giants Landon Collins, and USMNT legend/FOX analyst Alexi Lalas as they honor American soccer treasure Rob Stone with the 2018 Golden Blazer. Also, a message from ZLATAN.
An important message from Rog on the day which Congress has declared the #NationalDayOfBlazers. After eight years of Podding, the MiB Book "Encyclopedia Blazertannica" has been released into the wild. Buy it at a site that rhymes with Wamazon. Courage.
Rog and Davo issue an Xs and Os breakdown on City's title celebrations, cue up the Titanic music for Arsene Wenger's last home game at the Emirates, and wade into the relegation mosh pit. Plus, Wayne Rooney to MLS?
Rog and Davo announce Men in Blazers Across America, a tour of live shows across the country, talk Mourinho vs. Wenger and Liverpool's impending Champions League clash with Roma.
Rog talks with manager Jurgen Klopp about revolutionizing Liverpool, his Greatest Show on Turf-esque offense, the loss of Coutinho and how he keeps football in perspective. The conversation is part of a film that airs in its entirety Sunday, May 6 at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
Rog and Davo dissect Arsene Wenger's plan to leave Arsenal and his legacy in the Premier League. Plus, United beat Spurs in the FA Cup semifinals and Davo meets Sir Elton John at Watford.
Rog and Davo give a Guard of Honor to Manchester City and Pep Guardiola, the first bald manager to win a Premier League title. Plus, what does Big Sam wear to bed at night?
Rog and Davo break down Manchester United's astonishing three-goal comeback that prevented their Noisy Neighbors from hoisting the Premier League title (for now) and a very Big Sam-y Merseyside Derby.
Rog and Davo relive MLS's Zlatan debut, Tottenham's first win at Stamford Bridge in more than a quarter century and City moving within a win of the title.
Rog talks with Iceland National Team Manager Heimir Hallgrímsson about leading the smallest nation to ever play in a World Cup, facing Lionel Messi and Argentina in their opening game of the tournament, and the challenge of following up their Euro 2016 Cinderella Story.
Rog and Davo marvel at Mo Salah's four goal, one dime haul in Liverpool's 5-0 beatdown of Watford, analyze Jose Mourinho's recent rants about football heritage at Manchester United, and recap Rog's family trip to Stoke vs. Everton.
Rog and Davo break down Manchester United's 2 - 1 over Liverpool and the fallout from Mourinho's Mob's Champions League loss to Seville. Plus, a temperature check at Arsenal and Spurs lose Harry Kane to injury.
Rog and Davo ponder what's next for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger after a demoralizing loss to Brighton, marvel at United's three-goal, last minute comeback over Palace and pretend to get excited about City 1 - 0 Chelsea. Plus, MLS and the She Believes Cup.
Rog talks with LAFC's president and co-owner Tom Penn about building a club from scratch in 41 months, the question of established European League stars vs. young South American talent, and Los Angeles as a football city. Plus, the #PlayFerrell movement.
Rog and Davo break down Manchester City's victory over Arsenal in football's most caffeinated Cup Final, Manchester United's 2 - 1 Top Four win over Chelsea, and Liverpool's Run TMC-reboot offense.
Rog and Davo break down Tottenham's North London Derby win over Arsenal and play Marry, Make sweet consensual love to, Dispose of brutally and terminally with Aguero, Kane, and Salah. Plus, U.S. Soccer has a new President.
Rog and Davo break down the controversy-laden, drama-soaked, insert compound adjective here draw between Liverpool and Spurs. Plus, new look Arsenal gets healthy against Everton.
Rog and Davo recap the latest round of midweek Premier League fixtures and evaluate all of the Transfer Window's comings and goings. Plus, in-depth analysis of which Premier League team has the best looking players.
Rog and Davo catch their breath after Swansea's seismic upset of high-flying Liverpool and recap a rebound win for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola, football's biggest BILF.
Rog and Davo leaf through the gegenpressing propaganda pamphlet that was Liverpool 4 - 3 Manchester City. Plus, United close the gap and Everton... well, Rog is sad.
Rog talks with Belgium National Team manager Roberto Martinez about the differences between managing at the club and international level, what lessons the U.S. can learn from Belgium's youth development success, the preparation process for Russia 2018, and what it will be like to face England in the group stage.
Rog and Davo are joined by "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver for the MiB Television Show's Boxing Day Craptacular on NBCSN. They talk John's love for Liverpool, the Reds' season so far, and make predictions for the year ahead.
Rog and Davo sift through the entire festive period, talking title race, Top Four and the 11-team relegation Royal Rumble. Plus, MLS to Music City.
Rog and Davo send off 2017 by recapping last weekend's two massive derbies, breaking down the top seven, and talking about the year that was, footballing and otherwise.
Rog talks with MLS Commissioner Don Garber about this weekend's MLS Cup Final, the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying failure, the challenge in Columbus, the triumph in Atlanta and the one thing he would've done differently with Jurgen Klinsmann.
Rog and Davo break down a thriller between Manchester United and Arsenal, recap another late Manchester City win and celebrate the beginning of Big Sam's reign at Everton. Plus, the World Cup draw and MLS Cup Final.
Rog talks with former Premier League, Champions League and Euro 2016 referee Mark Clattenburg about the psychology of officiating, mentally coping with errors in-game, dealing with abuse from coaches, and life as English football's first "Rock Star Referee."
Rog and Davo break down Liverpool's 1 - 1 draw with Chelsea and debate whether Willian's goal was a shass or crot. Plus, City's siege at Huddersfield and one-nil wins for United and Arsenal.
Rog and Davo break down Arsenal's intent-filled 2 - 0 win over Spurs in the North London Derby, welcome back Paul Pogba to Manchester United, and throw a pair of white Adis over the telephone wire for Tony Pulis.
Rog and Davo do a forensic deep dive on the state of soccer in the U.S. after the USMNT's failure to qualify for the World Cup. Fox's Alexi Lalas and ESPN's Herc Gomez join MiB on stage to talk Sunil Gulati, which players should never receive another call up, and Promotion/Relegation.
Rog and Davo talk Mourinho's homecoming loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the Buzzsaw that is Man City and Pep's bald head, and Everton's big win over Watford. Plus, MLS Playoffs and Kyle Martino's USSF Presidential candidacy.
Rog and Davo break down Manchester United's 1 - 0 victory over Spurs, Palace's comeback 2 - 2 win (yes, win)at home to West Ham, and Everton's 2 - 0 loss at Leicester City. Plus, MLS (Eagle Screech) playoffs.
Rog talks with Chess Grandmaster, political activist, author Garry Kasparov about playing IBM supercomputer Deep Blue, his opposition to Vladimir Putin, and NYC meetings with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
Rog and Davo wonder who stopped putting pins in the Tottenham/Wembley voodoo doll after their 4 - 1 defeat of Liverpool, marvel at Huddersfield's upset of Manchester United and mourn the loss of Ronaldo Koeman.
Rog talks with President of Atlanta United FC Darren Eales about building a football club and its culture from scratch, going inside each step, from earning fans, to luring a manager/players, to settling into a new stadium.
Rog and Davo feign excitement for Liverpool and Manchester United's goalless draw, marvel at a Mensa-level performance from Manchester City and break down Crystal Palace's upset over defending champions Chelsea. Plus, the fallout from last week's USMNT debacle.
Rog talks with Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author Mohsin Hamid about moving from California to Pakistan as a child, his new novel "Exit West," and how winning literature's Champions League equivalent would change his life.
Rog and Davo discuss what went wrong for the USMNT during World Cup Qualifying and explore solutions for the future. Plus, Julie Foudy joins to preview the 2017 NWSL Final.
Rog and Davo marvel at Pep Guardiola's masterclass in City's 1 - 0 win over Chelsea, beg Manchester United to stop hitting Premier League pinata Crystal Palace, and look ahead to a seismic week for U.S. Soccer.
Rog and Davo recap football's equivalent of a Mentos in a Diet Coke, Leicester 2 - 3 Liverpool; break down wins for both Manchester clubs; and further ponder why there isn't a collective noun for "balds."
Rog talks with rock climber Tommy Caldwell about free climbing El Capitan's 3,000-foot Dawn Wall, being taken captive by militants in the Kyrgystan mountains, and his book, "The Push: A Climber's Journey of Endurance, Risk, and Going Beyond Limits."
Rog and Davo break down Arsenal's draw at Chelsea, Wazza's return to Old Trafford, and a robotic performance from Pep's City side. Plus, a musical number at the end.
Rog and Davo break down City's systematic dismantling of 10-man Liverpool, Manchester United dropping points for the first time this season at Stoke City, and a drama-free week for Arsenal. #Welbz
Rog talks with television creator/writer David Simon about his new HBO series "The Deuce," "The Wire's" legacy, and hating plausibly. WARNING: This Pod contains fruity language.
Live from Orlando, Rog talks with English-born striker Dom Dwyer about taking a chance on junior college in the U.S., his trade from Sporting KC to Orlando City SC, and the emotions that accompany wearing a USMNT jersey.
Rog and Davo relive Chelsea's 2 - 0 El Blazerico win over Everton, autopsy Arsenal after their 4 - 0 drubbing by Liverpool, and asks if Manchester City was an animal, which animal would they be?
Rog and Davo break down Chelsea's win at Tottenham's footballing Airbnb, Wembley. Plus, another 4 - 0 win for Manchester United. And Wayne Rooney scores in Everton's 1 - 1 draw with Manchester City.
Rog and Davo celebrate the return of the Premier League, live from the British Embassy in Washington D.C. Special guests include: CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett, CNN's Chris Cillizza and The British Ambassador to the USA, Sir Kim Darroch.
Rog speaks with Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore about the career odyssey that lead him to the boardroom of his childhood club, his time in charge at EA SPORTS FIFA, and his playing days at the Cleveland Cobras.
Rog talks with Huddersfield manager and German-born, former USMNT international David Wagner about his career arc, coaching philosophy, and his tiny Terriers' prospects in the unsentimental, unforgiving world of the Premier League.
Rog and Davo return for a Premier League Preview Pod in which they explore all of the storylines heading into this new season, register their Top Four picks, relegation guesses and each tap a team that could surprise the masses.
Rog is joined by Togga's head of content and fantasy guru John Wallin for a strategy session on the season ahead, including top picks, sleepers and a little something known as the "Tom Heaton Effect."
Rog and Davo celebrate MLS All-Star Week, live from Chicago's Harris Theater with special guests Michael Bradley, Dom Dwyer, Dax McCarty and Jozy Altidore.
Rog talks with Atlanta United FC and USMNT goalkeeper Brad Guzan about his triumphant return to MLS, the pain of being relegated not once, but twice in the Premier League, and his ability to grow hair.
Rog talks with Swansea City manager Paul Clement about last year's Great Escape, leadership in times of crisis, and whether Gylfi will be in a Swans strip next year.
Rog talks with 21-year-old FC Dallas and USMNT midfielder Kellyn Acosta about growing up a soccer player in American football-mad North Texas, doing battle with Mexico at the Azteca, and being left on his high school's JV squad as a freshman.
Rog talks with American novelist and short story writer Jim Shepard about his new book "The World To Come," how he unearths and selects the stories he tells, his love for Amsterdam Football Club Ajax, and why he's Alex Trebek's worst nightmare.
Rog and Davo break down transfer window activity, rumored and real; get a heat check on the USMNT heading into the Gold Cup; and recap the (Ray) Hudson River Derby.
Rog talks with NYRB's Bradley Wright-Phillips about the art of scoring goals, how he processes his success in America, the Hudson River Derby, and recreating scenes from "Home Alone."
Rog talks with Future Islands' frontman Samuel T. Herring about his Everton fandom, how football helped him through heartbreak and his dream of Zlatan becoming a Toffee.
Rog and Davo genuflect while recapping Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid's second consecutive Champions League. Plus, DeAndre Yedlin guests to talk about the USMNT's upcoming World Cup Qualifier in Mexico and promotion for Newcastle United.
Rog talks with Mexican National Team manager Juan Carlos Osorio about his journey from the A League's Staten Island Vipers conditioning coach to head of El Tri, taking on the USMNT at the vaunted Azteca next week, and how the 90s Chicago Bulls changed his coaching philosophy.
Rog and Davo applaud Arsenal's FA Cup Final victory over Chelsea, break down Manchester United's Europa League triumph and welcome Huddersfield Town to the Premier League Party.
Rog sits down with Lior Raz, the creator, writer and star of Netflix's "Fauda," an Israeli political series about an undercover special ops team. The pair discuss Raz's past as a real life undercover operative, the show's creative process, and its aim to compassionately portray both sides of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Rog and Davo recap the race for Top Four, John Terry's farewell at Chelsea and another Harry Kane hat trick. Plus, they roll out the red carpet for the 2016/2017 end of the season awards, "The Blazers."
Rog talks with Tottenham Hotspur and England's Dele about Tottenham's noble title chase, his affinity for nutmegs, and his favorite NFL team.
Rog and Davo break down a borderline likable Chelsea Title Win, pour one out for White Hart Lane and Rog pods in a onesie.
Rog and Davo salute Tottenham Hotspur's noble title challenge, applaud Antonio Conte's Chelsea revolution, and break down Arsene Wenger's first ever league win over Mourinho. Plus, U.S. U-17 manager John Hackworth guests to talk youth development and the CONCACAF Championship.
Rog and Davo draw a line in the Panic Room sand while breaking down El Blazerico, discuss St. Totteringham's Day Leap Year, and pour a sip out for relegated Sunderland. Plus, Ronaldo, MLS and the USYNT.
Rog speaks with Philadelphia Union captain and USMNT staple Ale Bedoya about life in the trenches of European club football, adjusting to MLS, and the transition between Jurgen Klinsmann and Bruce Arena.
Rog and Davo return to discuss Chelsea's FA Cup semifinal victory over Spurs, update their Top Four predictions (again), and dive into the depths of the relegation zone. Plus, the very important movement to change "Hudson Street" to "Ray Hudson Street."
Rog and Davo honor NBC Sports' Rebecca Lowe at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City with special guests Patrick Vieira, Robbie Earle and Kyle Martino. Plus, a musical performance from GFOP/singer/songwriter Ben Clark.
Rog talks with Herculez Gomez and Kyle Martino about USMNT's World Cup Qualifiers, Bruce Arena 2.0, and just how good Christian Pulisic is.
Rog and Davo recap the Top Four battle between Manchester City and Liverpool, ask (again) whether it's time for Arsene to go, and break down two of the most important USMNT games in modern history.
Rog talks with USMNT Manager Bruce Arena about his change process, the challenge of picking up a team mid-World Cup Qualifying and his tactical plan for Honduras and Panama.
Rog and Davo celebrate the football mad city of Seattle and its MLS Cup Champion Sounders at The Showbox. Special guests include: Stefan Frei, Clint Dempsey, Megan Rapinoe, Alan Hinton, Brian Schmetzer, Jordan Morris and Sir Mix A Lot. WARNING: This Pod contains "fruity" language.
Rog and Davo scratch their bald heads at the benching of Alexis Sanchez in Arsenal's loss to Liverpool, marvel at high flying Spurs, and talk with GFOP and Leicester City left back Christian Fuchs. Plus, MLS Opening Weekend.
Rog talks with Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata about the dynamic in the club's locker room, his love of English culture, and how he retains the same passion he had for football as a child in Spain.
Ranch and Dabo discuss the ageless Zlatan's EFL Cuppity Cup Cup winner for Manchester United, break down Chelsea's victory over newly scrappy Swansea, and say emotional farewells to Clatts and Claudio.
Rog speaks with Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, and head of coaching and development John McDermott in a preview of his film, "Premier League Download: Tottenham Hotspur: To Dare is to Do" which airs Sunday at 11 a.m. ET after Spurs vs. Stoke City on NBCSN.
Rog and Davo celebrate Mark Clattenburg's decision to postpone his Saudi Arabian sojourn, go all Woodword and Baldstein to investigate #PieGate and celebrate non-League Lincoln City's FA Cup triumph over Burnley.
Rog speaks with Jens Lekman and Parquet Courts' Austin Brown about their new music, football proclivities and... our favorite topic... the conveyor belt of life.
Rog and Davo recap a re-energized Liverpool's emphatic victory over Spurs, break down Burnley's draw with Chelsea, and sift through the peloton of title chasers. Plus, 280-pound, 46-year-old Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw previews his side's FA Cup clash with Arsenal.
Rog talks with Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrímsson about the country's Euro 2016 cinderella run, footballing culture, prolific youth development system and 2018 World Cup qualifying.
Rog and Davo break down Chelsea 3 - 1 Arsenal and ponder whether the title race is effectively over. Plus, sputtering Liverpool, Manchester City's 19-year-old savior, and a scratchy relegation battle.
Rog talks with midfield pugilist Dax McCarty about his return to the USMNT setup under new manager Bruce Arena, the shock trade that sent him from New York Red Bulls to Chicago Fire, and the small-sided football match before his recent wedding.
Rog interviews back-to-back FIFA World Player of the Year and American World Cup champion Carli Lloyd. Her story -- one of success, failure, and redemption, World Cup Final missed penalties, World Cup hat-tricks, confidence, lack of confidence, and vindication -- is one which transcends football and is really just about life itself.
Rog and Davo break down the cut and thrust draw between Manchester City and Spurs, welcome Diego Costa back to the Chelsea side and talk about a bonkers end to Arsenal vs. Burnley.
Rog and Davo break down Manchester United 1 - 1 Liverpool, discuss Diego Costa's absence from the Chelsea side and relive Everton's 4 - 0 spanking of Manchester City.
Rog and Davo relive the festive period and break down the title contenders/pretenders 20/38ths of the way through the Premier League Season. Plus, FA Cup, Bruce Arena 2.0 and the USWNT.
Rog talks with Pep Guardiola about the art of leadership and change, life in the Premier League, and whether or not Pep views himself as an extraordinary manager. Rog's film, "Inside the Mind of Pep Guardiola," airs Monday, Jan. 2 on NBCSN.
Rog traveled to South Wales to talk to Bob Bradley about the New Jersey-native's circuitous route to the Premier League, his USMNT tenure and Bruce Springsteen lyrics. Rog's film, "Premier League Download: Bob Bradley, A Managerial Odyssey" airs Dec. 26 on NBCSN.
Rog and Davo eulogize 2016 and the first 16/38th's of this Premier League campaign, breaking down the storylines, managers and players of the season heading into the holiday period. Plus, an MLS Cup 2016 recap.
Rog talks with MLS 2016 Rookie of the Year Jordan Morris about an emotional rollercoaster of a season, what it would mean to bring a title to his hometown, and when he's moving out of his parents' house.
Rog and Davo relive the tactical battle between Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola, marvel at tiny Bournemouth's comeback win over high-flying Liverpool and duck-and-cover while recapping Spurs 5 - 0 Swansea.
Rog is joined by Arlo White to talk Chelsea's come from behind victory over Spurs, Bob Bradley's first Premier League win and Jose Mourinho's sideline histrionics.
Rog and Davo talk U.S. Soccer's Transition of Power from Klinsmann to Arena, break down Manchester United 1 - 1 Arsenal, and recap a Tottenham win with two times more Harry.
Rog recaps an electric North London Derby, a dictionary definition "Not in the Face" El Blazerico and looks ahead to the USMNT's seismic match against Mexico to open The Hex.
Ahead Friday's seismic clash against Mexico to open up the Hex, Rog sat down with USMNT manager Jurgen Klinsmann to discuss the big picture state of U.S. Soccer, the transition between the old guard and the new, the goalkeeping "Quarterback Duel," and what he would've done differently in his five-and-a-half years in charge, if given the chance.
Rog and Davo discuss Jose Mourinho's touchline histrionics during Manchester United's 0 - 0 draw with Burnley, an offensive explosion atop the table, and Bob Bradley's loss on a cold rainy night in Stoke.
Rog travels to Frisco, Texas to interview FC Dallas manager and youth development maestro Oscar Pareja. The former Colombian international and Dallas Burn star shares the secrets behind his "grow your own" success, his analysis of the American youth development system, how long it will take before the U.S. is a true World Cup threat, and what it was like to play football against Pablo Escobar.
Rog and Davo break down Jose Mourinho's return to Chelsea with Manchester United, another stumble for Manchester City and Bob Bradley's first Premier League point.
Rog and Davo recap Liverpool and Manchester United's 0 - 0 draw, salute Bob Bradley as he makes his Premier League debut at Arsenal, and break down City vs. Everton. Plus, the MLS Playoff picture.
Rog and Davo are joined by Arlo White to preview Bob Bradley's Swansea City debut at Arsenal and this weekend's big Premier League storylines. Plus, NWSL MVP Lynn Williams talks the Western New York Flash's championship season and her first USWNT call up.
Rog talks with 19-year-old NYCFC midfielder Jack Harrison about his unorthodox path from Manchester United's youth academy to MLS; playing alongside Lampard, Villa and Pirlo; and if he plays himself on EA Sports FIFA.
Rog and Davo discuss Swansea City Football Club's appointment of Bob Bradley as manager, recap this week's Premier League headlines and pour a sip of pie filling out for former England boss Sam Allardyce
Rog talks with Arsene Wenger about his 20 years as manager of Arsenal Football Club, the Premier League's changing landscape, and what motivates him to continue.
Rog and Davo recap Watford's win over Manchester United, Pep's still perfect start at City, and Friday Night Football at Stamford Bridge.
Rog talks with Heather O'Reilly about her 230-game USWNT career arch, lessons learned on and off the field, and what emotions she'll experience as she takes the field for the final time as a USWNT player.
Rog and Davo break down the Jose vs. Pep edition of the Manchester Derby and Liverpool's emphatic win over Leicester. Plus, the resurrection of Landon Donovan.
Rog talks with DC United and USMNT defender Steve Birnbaum about World Cup Qualifying, DC's upcoming Atlantic Cup clash with Red Bulls, and singing the Backstreet Boys at USMNT initiation.
Rog and Davo break down the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying wins, talk Big Sam's England debut, and look ahead to the Manchester Derby. Plus, 20-year-old Santa Cruz-native and Sunderland standout Lynden Gooch guests.
Rog talks with 17-year-old USMNT midfielder Christian Pulisic about the team's upcoming World Cup qualifiers, his goals for the year at Dortmund, and the future of U.S. Soccer.
Rog and Davo relive Manchester United's last gasp win at Hull, break down the 1 - 1 draw between Spurs and Liverpool, and recap perfect starts for Pep and Antonio Conte at their new clubs.
Rog and Davo recap the discordant draw that was Leicester vs. Arsenal and break down perfect starts for Mourinho, Pep and Antonio Conte.
Rog talks with Steven Gerrard about life in Los Angeles, the Galaxy, Liverpool Football Club and In-N-Out Burger
Rog and Davo celebrate the Premier League's return and break down the seven-goal stunner between Arsenal and Liverpool, as well as wins for Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte at their respective clubs.
Rog and Davo are joined by fantasy gurus John Wallin and Neal Thurman to discuss strategies for picking a team, this year's sleeper picks and Paul Pogba's fantasy potential.
Rog and Davo celebrate the Premier League's impending return and preview all 20 teams. Leicester City manager and defending Premier League champion Claudio Ranieri guests.
Rog talks with USWNT manager Jill Ellis about the challenges facing the defending gold medalists in Brazil, the difficulty of narrowing her roster to 18 players and the team's evolving style of play.
Rog and Davo sully MLS All-Star Week with a Live Show in San Jose, California. Guests include Kyle Beckerman, Jermaine Jones, Jordan Morris, Chris Wondolowski, and Arsenal legends Freddie Ljungberg and Liam Brady.
Rog speaks with Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew and centre back Scott Dann about the process of preparing for a Premier League season. They discuss whether pre-season score lines matter, what point in the season they hope to peak, and the emotional roller coaster that is the transfer window.
Rog and Davo break down Ronaldo's tears, reports of Jurgen Klinsmann to England, and Pep Guardiola's first news conference at Manchester City. Plus, the USWNT's Olympic roster and MLS.
Rog and Davo relive the Euro 2016 quarterfinals, including Germany and Italy's penalty shootout and France's defeat of Iceland. Plus, Jose Mourinho's first Manchester United news conference.
Rog talks with USMNT legend and Philadelphia Union sporting director Earnie Stewart about the Union's football philosophy, the evolution of the USMNT, and changing youth development in the United States.
Rog and Davo relive Iceland's Euro 2016 triumph over England, look ahead to the quarterfinals, and talk about their big takeaways from the USMNT's Copa America Centenario campaign.
Rog and Davo recover from the USMNT's 4-0 Copa America semifinal loss to Argentina and look ahead to Euro 2016's knockout round.
Rog and U.S. midfielder Jermaine Jones discuss the team's upcoming Copa America semifinal against Argentina, Jones' red card against Ecuador and the direction of U.S. Soccer.
Rog relives the USMNT's Copa America thus far and looks ahead to the quarterfinal against Ecuador with starting goalkeeper Brad Guzan.
Rog discusses the USMNT's Copa America campaign with Seattle Sounders striker Herculez Gomez. Plus, England's draw with Russia and Wales' win over Slovakia at Euro 2016.
Rog and Davo cope with the hangover brought on by the USMNT's emphatic win over Costa Rica, while also broaching the slightly less joyous topic of Friday's 2 - 0 loss to Colombia. Plus, a Euro 2016 preview and the Premier League back pages.
Rog speaks with writer/producer/composer/novelist Noah Hawley about FX's "Fargo," his new novel "Before The Fall," the creative process, and getting an epic dressing down from Sir Patrick Stewart.
Rog and Davo mourn Manchester United manager/comedy genius Louis Van Gaal, break down Real Madrid's Champions League final win, and prepare to pop the cork on this Summer of Soccer.
Rog talks with Premier League legend/NYCFC manager Patrick Vieira and New York Red Bulls captain Dax McCarty about their respective careers and the battle for New York soccer supremacy.
Rog and Davo eulogize the 2015/2016 Premier League season, break down the final round of games, and discuss an especially painful St. Totteringham's Day.
Rog and Davo crank up the Bocelli, crack open a Guinness and relive the Leicester City trophy presentation. Plus, Oakland A's exec Billy Beane breaks down the Foxes season from a "Moneyball" perspective.
Rog traveled to England and spoke with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp about his leadership strategies, goals for the club and connection to the city.
Rog and Davo revel in Leicester City's unbelievable Premier League title win. And Leicester's favorite son, Arlo White, guests to recap the celebrations.
Rog speaks with Aaron Dessner from The National, Chris Baio of Vampire Weekend and 3OH!3's Nathaniel Motte about their music and their football proclivities.
Rog's full interview with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch in which she talks about taking down Sepp Blatter, new FIFA President Gianni Infantino, and her own soccer skills.
Rog talks with Leicester City's Christian Fuchs about the pressure of the title race, The Foxes' dream season, and Fuchs' plans to live in America one day.
Rog and Davo break down Leicester's collapse-turned-comeback against West Ham and Spurs 4 - 0 thrashing of Stoke. Plus, a no-holds-barred relegation scrap between Norwich and Sunderland.
Rog and Davo are joined by Bob Ley, Lars Ulrich, Paul Carr and Arlo White as they honor U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the Third Annual Golden Blazer, Presented by MINI at Highline Ballroom in NYC April 6.
Rog and Davo talk Andy Carroll's hat trick against Arsenal, Leicester's 2 - 0 win at Sunderland and Tottenham's thrashing of Manchester United.
Rog talks with with LA Galaxy's Gyasi Zardes on playing for his hometown club, the USMNT's World Cup qualifying campaign, and Stevie G.'s In-N-Out Burger order.
Rog and Davo break down the frenetic affair between Liverpool and Tottenham. Plus, another 1-0 win for league leaders Leicester and the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying Campaign.
Rog speaks with Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe about the club's first Premier League season, historic wins against Chelsea and Manchester United, and staying "strong in the face of any doubters."
Rog speaks with new Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard about returning home to MLS, his 10 years with Everton, and his future with the USMNT.
Rog and Davo break down the 171st Manchester Derby, relive barnstorming Leicester's third straight 1 - 0 win, and talk Tim Howard's return to MLS.
Rog talks with his childhood hero, novelist Howard Jacobson, about Manchester United, the comforts of misery, and Howard's new book, "Shylock is My Name."
Rog and Davo break down an FA Cup El Blazerico, celebrate Shinji Okazaki's overhead kick for Leicester, and talk a mano a mano matchup between Harry Kane and Bradley Guzan.