The Will Cain Show

Will Cain gives you his unfiltered take on the biggest stories in the sports world.

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Football Starts in 50 Days


Bob Wischusen in for Will Cain to discuss if you can win with a top wideout and if the Browns are worth the hype.


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Brooks Koepka Missed Out


Bob Wischusen in for Will Cain to discuss Brooks Koepka ignoring Tiger Woods. Plus, Bob Harig joins the show.


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Browns Hype Need to Chill


Bob Wischusen in for Will Cain to discuss diva wide-outs and Tiger Woods being ghosted. Plus, Victor Cruz joins the show.


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Hour 3: Hard Reset


Randy Scott & Field Yates (in for Will) continue to discuss Randy's sports dilemma with his kids and we take your calls. Plus, Phil Mickelson went on a crash diet.


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Hour 2: Randy's Dilemma


Randy Scott is joined by Will Cain for the hour and they immediately talk Cowboys. Plus, Randy has a dilemma with his son's sports fandom.


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Hour 1: Future Power Rankings


Randy Scott & Field Yates (in for Will) discuss Ben Simmons' extension with the 76ers and are joined in studio by ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Louis Riddick.


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Hour 2: Will Cain filling in


Will talks to Geoff Schwartz about the NFL players trying to get paid right now as well as the future NFL power rankings, and then takes calls from some riled up listeners.


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Hour 1: Will Cain filling in


Will talks to Field Yates about the surprising projected NFL power ranking he co-authored, gets into why NFL contracts differ from others, and paying Dak.


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Hour 3: Full Price


Bob Wischusen (in for Will) continues to discuss the possible expansion of the NFL regular season and takes your calls. Plus, ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates in studio.


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Hour 2: More Games?


Bob Wischusen (in for Will) discusses a possible 18-game schedule in the NFL and takes your calls.


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