Pat McAfee on SiriusXM Mad Dog Sports radio station


Pat McAfee on SiriusXM Mad Dog Sports radio station

Pat McAfee

SiriusXM has announced that Pat McAfee, who since retiring in 2017 from an All-Pro career in the NFL has become a popular sports personality, is making SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio the home radio station for his daily “The Pat McAfee Show “. McAfee will debut on SiriusXM on Wednesday, September 9 and host the show live from its studios in Indianapolis every day of the week from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET.

“I am very grateful and honored to have the chance to be on Mad Dog Sports Radio,” McAfee said. “SiriusXM is an incredibly massive platform and the freedom it allows is perfect for our style of performing. To say that we are grateful to Scott Greenstein, Steve Cohen, Andrew Moss and all the other great people at SiriusXM for this opportunity would be. To put it mildly. Let’s do the damn thing. We hope you join us daily. ”

“Pat is absolutely a one-of-a-kind talent,” said Scott Greenstein, president and chief content officer of SiriusXM. “His background as an athlete, his perspective on the sport and the world around him, his skills as an interviewer and his ability to identify with and entertain an audience are just a few of the things that set it apart from so many others in the media. We are very happy to have his energy and personality on SiriusXM. There is no limit to what he can do on Mad Dog Sports Radio.

After an eight-year NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts which saw him vote for two Pro Bowls and be named First Team All-Pro in 2014, McAfee retired in 2017 to embark on his media career. . McAfee joined Barstool Sports, where he developed the company’s “Heartland” division in Indianapolis, and hosted “The Pat McAfee Show” on Barstool Power 85 on SiriusXM. In 2018, McAfee joined Fox in a broadcasting role for their college football and NFL shows. In 2019, McAfee signed with ESPN, where he serves as the color analyst for their Thursday night college football shows and makes regular appearances on other ESPN programs.

In 2018, McAfee began appearing on WWE programming as a pre-show analyst for the companies’ NXT Takeover events and signed a multi-year contract with WWE the following year. He played in his first NXT TakeOver fight on August 22. McAfee is also a stand-up comedian, small business owner, and hosts his own daily podcast.

Steve Torre and Danny Kanell of Mad Dog Sports Radio, hosts of “Dog Day Sports” from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET, will continue to contribute to Mad Dog Sports Radio. Kanell will also continue to host “The First Team” every morning on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM.


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