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The SBI Show: Episode 100 (With special guests Tim Howard, Terrence Boyd and Andrew Farrell

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The end of 2013 also marked another milestone for us at SBI. We also completed episode 100 of The SBI Show and we definitely marked the milestone in style.

Episode 100 features three guests to commemorate our centennial show. New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell, The SBI Show’s first guest back in Episode 1, joined us, as did U.S. national team striker Terrence Boyd, who was arguably our best and funniest guest of the year back in Episode 25.

We then close Episode 100 with U.S. Men’s National Team goalkeeper Tim Howard, who had the distinction of being the only person to appear on the SBI more than once (having done so in Episodes 11 and 33).

Co-host Garrett Cleverly and I also discuss the year, and give our picks for the best of 2013, while also taking some time to discuss Jozy Altidore’s status at Sunderland, and some other off-season activity in MLS.

Give Episode 100 of The SBI Show a listen after the jump:

What did you think of the show? Think Boyd needs to have his own reality series? Impressed with Farrell’s rookie season? Does Howard’s confidence in the USMNT leave you feeling better about the World Cup draw?

Share your thoughts below.

  • MisterJC

    Excellent show guys. Thanks again for all of your hard work and Happy New Year!

    Also, what’s up with the disappearing posts? There were two replies on here that I didn’t read before listening, and when I refreshed the page, they were gone…


  • AMPhibian

    Happy New Year, and happy 100th ep! After a few years of mentions and speculation, I’m so happy that you’ve finally got the podcast up and running. 100 episodes in 1 year?? Awesome. Thank you for the consistent content. I listen to a lot of podcasts, sadly, but the SBI show is easily in my top 5. Keep up the outstanding work, Garrett and Ives. Big bless.


  • matt

    I certainly love Tim Howard, but is it me or are his interviews pretty flat? Seems like he’s too much of a professional to actually say anything revealing. Keep up the good work love the pod!


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