Harbaugh on Pardon My Take tomorrow

Submitted by 1464 on May 23rd, 2017 at 2:56 PM

Well... this should be something. 

For those that don't know, Pardon My Take is a sports parody show in which they basically act like idiots.  It has a cult following because they somehow come off as extremely smart and extremely stupid in equal doses.  Their latest gimmick was getting Danny Woodhead to drive an old Econoline creeper van that they spray painted GRIT all over and named Vanny Woodhead.  I... don't know how else to put that.  One of the hosts has a history of sneaking Mad Dog 20/20 into political events.   He also snuck into the Super Bowl party after the NFL revoked his pass. They wear JNCOs.  They have a gambling goldfish.  They apparently sat around drinking milk with Harbaugh.

I really don't know how to describe these guys, but it likely to be an interesting show...

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DavidP814

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:03 PM ^

PFTCommenter got in and asked Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen about his third leg on Super Bowl Media day when Carolina and the Broncos played 2 years ago.

Harbaugh on the show should be spectacular entertainment.

ypsituckyboy

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:06 PM ^

This is incredible.

I hope the Harbaugh persona that pretends to be oblivious to things shows up. That will make the super awkward questions they ask even better.

FatGuyTouchdown

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:23 PM ^

As someone who has appeared on the show in some capacity (twice), they're phenominal interviewers. 

They snuck onto the NFL Rules call this year with the question: "Hello gentlemen, with the increased need to make PATs more exciting, has there been any discussion about replacing the PAT with a greased up Andy Reid climbing up the goalposts"

Followed by "Also, will there be any punishments for players bragging about ahving sex by putting Sr. on their jerseys"

The show will be incredible

FatGuyTouchdown

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:23 PM ^

As someone who has appeared on the show in some capacity (twice), they're phenominal interviewers. 

They snuck onto the NFL Rules call this year with the question: "Hello gentlemen, with the increased need to make PATs more exciting, has there been any discussion about replacing the PAT with a greased up Andy Reid climbing up the goalposts"

Followed by "Also, will there be any punishments for players bragging about ahving sex by putting Sr. on their jerseys"

The show will be incredible

misterzolo

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:32 PM ^

Seems like you haven't, or you're just not a Barstool fan (which I can understand, I'm not a stoolie). The PMT guys are arguably the best sports interviewers out there right now. Apple even had PMT in their Top Podcasts of 2016, the ONLY sports podcast to make the list. I think they have more than a cult following. 

They're known for getting guests out of their comfort zone, leading to great answers to questions that don't typically get asked. Listen to their recent interviews with Bob Huggins, Theo Epstein and Kareem Abdul Jabbar. Graham Glasgow will likely be on this week as well, as he was part of their interview with TJ Lang for #GritWeek17.

They're the perfect guys to interview Harbaugh. It should be hilarious. And it gives Harbaugh another opportunity to appeal to college kids and recruits, something he has been very good at for the last three years. Going on PMT is a no-brainer for him. And if anyone is against Harbaugh participating in anything stool related: too late. 

PolskaPride

May 23rd, 2017 at 3:32 PM ^

Just met Big Cat and PFT. Ran into them at Tim Horton's in Ypsi. They said harbaugh was great and they talked for almost an hour. PFT said it was one of his favorite interviews. Big Cat also said they are trying to meet with Urban when they go to Columbus but the OSU representative they talked to declined the meeting. Really cool dudes

1464

May 23rd, 2017 at 4:10 PM ^

So were they out of character?  I met Dave Chapelle once and it was really weird to see DAVE CHAPELLE and hear a normal voice.  Obviously, celebs with big manufactured personas are not always in character, and I get that they're playing a bit, but it was weird to talk to a low key Dave Chapelle nonetheless.   

Whole Milk

May 23rd, 2017 at 4:14 PM ^

I love PMT and those guys (Big Cat is quite possibly my favorite personality in National sports media), but that does not mean I am not nervous for the potential awkwardness in this interview. If all three members stuck to their guns, this could be filled with pure, awkward, gold for the entirety of the interview. 

FatGuyTouchdown

May 23rd, 2017 at 5:22 PM ^

incredible. The PMT guys know exactly when to dial it back and when to go full blow. They're definitely more self aware than most people give them credit for, and they know that the only way to keep big time guests coming on the show, is to treat them fairly. Plus I have a feeling Harbaugh knows the recruiting impact this show can have. They have a MASSIVE following of people between the ages of 16-34. 

sundaybluedysunday

May 23rd, 2017 at 4:32 PM ^

I haaaaaate Barstool but tend to really enjoy PMT. Maybe it's the satire, but PFT tends to bring a bit of self-awareness that's lacking in the rest of the company.

Anyway, this should be excellent, so even if you don't like Barstool, check it out.

Monkey House

May 23rd, 2017 at 4:50 PM ^

in other news Mike and Mike are not on speaking terms and wont even look at each other. some say they wont even make it to the end of their contract. one thing i know about radio is if you do it long enough with the same people, you will end up hating each other.

Dylan

May 24th, 2017 at 7:55 AM ^

Great interview.  In my opinion, they are the second best sports show to Lebatard.  Borning sports radio / analysis / interviews of coaches and players who will never tell you anything "real" about the game is thankfully dying slowly but surely.

MGoManBall

May 24th, 2017 at 9:07 AM ^

This exactly. All orthodox sports radio is bullshit with the same rehearsed question/answer as always. Nobody ever gives interesting insight while being interviewed. 

That's why I listen to LeBatard daily. They recognize this and instead have people on the show and ask people like Torrey Smith (while with the 49ers) a bunch of Jim Tomsula looks like questions or Harbaugh whether or not a song was a "toe tapper"

I get the show

Night_King

May 24th, 2017 at 9:10 AM ^

High praise for early enrollee Ben Mason in the first minute of him speaking!
Says he has never seen a guy run up and hit someone so well at the FB position.

Whole Milk

May 24th, 2017 at 9:26 AM ^

After being asked if him and John would beat the Grudens or Ryan Brothers in a wrestling match, Harbaugh... "I don't know, I haven't been in a wrestling match or fight since I was...39" Pure gold.

youn2948

May 24th, 2017 at 9:58 AM ^

I'm not religious but I love how he can constantly quote the bible's lessons without sounding preachy or judging in the least.