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After a 'lightning round' lesson earlier in the week, Tausch flips the script and asks Homer a round of lightning questions of his own.
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With Homer subbing in for Jason Wilde, Wilde decides to call into the show on his day off. Homer calls it the weirdest situation in his long radio career.
Wilde and Tausch discuss Joey Bosa's current feud with the San Diego Chargers and revisit some contract dispute in Packers history.
Wilde and Tausch joke about the differences in their trips to Vegas. Then Tausch recalls playing a college game there the day after Tupac was shot.
Wilde and Tausch talk about rookie hazing in the NFL. The Packers weren't big fans of the tradition, but Tausch did have to buy a few team dinners and Thanksgiving turkeys.
In an effort to improve the guys interviewing skills, Steve "Homer" True calls into the show for a 'lightning' round of questions with Wilde and Tausch.
Q&A day on Wilde and Tausch begins by Jason asking Mark about the infamous '4th-and-26' play from the Packers 2004 divisional playoff loss in Philadelphia.
With JC Tretter stepping in as the Packers starting center, Tausch explains the importance of being healthy enough to play and never letting anyone see your back-up.
During a round of Skeptic or Believer, Jason Wilde recalls the time Brett Favre shot at his car with a paintball gun.
Mark Tauscher and Jason Wilde debunk the Wikipedia story regarding the origin of 'Jump Around' at Camp Randall Stadium. Tasuch was there, and recalls how it really went down.