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Peyton Manning Is Recruiting Bill Belichick and Nick Saban For a 'ManningCast' Show
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On Wednesday, Andrew Marchand of The Athletic reported that Peyton Manning is recruiting Bill Belichick to partner with Omaha Productions for this upcoming season with the pipe dream of teaming up him up with fresh ESPN employee Nick Saban for a Belichick x Saban "ManningCast" setup. This would be awesome...
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Peyton Manning is pursuing Bill Belichick in an effort to sign the longtime New England Patriots head coach with Omaha Productions, Manning’s entertainment company, officials briefed on the plans told The Athletic.

If Manning were to sign Belichick, the idea of teaming with ESPN to create a Belichick and Nick Saban “Manningcast” is expected to be broached, according to officials briefed on the plans. Saban, considered by many the greatest college football coach of all time, joined ESPN’s “College GameDay” after retiring from Alabama. (ESPN/Omaha could call it the “GOAT Cast.”)

Belichick has yet to meet with ESPN, but ESPN is interested in Belichick. Omaha Productions and ESPN work closely together on “Monday Night Football” alt-casts, the Manning-hosted documentary “Peyton’s Places,” and satellite shows.
(The Big Lead)
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greenbean1 month
Both have the personality of paint drying.
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Sonnyboy1 month
Man just give me a Saban & Belichik weekly podcast. I wanna hear them dudes telling football stories.
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Gnash1 month
Would be the most boring shite ever. Imagine them bringing on guests and trying to interview like the Mannings do
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Nole Man1 month
Throw 'em a couple of Bud Lights and Belichick and Saban are in.
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wartiger20041 month
Don’t forget the Doritos
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MeanWeen2251 month
Is there an inside joke here? Or this a terrible attempt at owning the libs?
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Nole Man1 month
From Super Bowl Commercial. LINK
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