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The Quarter-Lee Report

Tired of the same old cliched sports topics? Well on the "Quarter-Lee Report" Armon Lee discusses the most interesting topics in sports and entertainment, in a new fresh and creative way. You've never heard sports, or a podcast quite like this one. Trust us.
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Now displaying: September, 2019
Sep 24, 2019

On this week's episode Armon tells us why he's sick of hearing about Jim Harbaugh and the hype around the Wolverines.

(02:00 - 17:00)

Its a huge fight this Saturday as one of the best boxers in the world looks to move one step closer to 'superstar' status. But will Shawn Porter prove too tough of a challenge for Errol Spence?

(20:00 - 32:00)

And as the Antonio Brown saga looks to be coming to an end, I tell AB something that, unfortunately, no one close to him has told him. Get some help.

(41:00 - 55:00)

Sep 17, 2019

On this week's show:

Armon tells you what Mike Tomlin and Jay Gruden have in common. Thought if you look at their resumes, they should NEVER be mentioned together.

(02:00 - 21:00)

They say the NFL is a 'quarterback league'. But maybe its FINALLY time we adjust that line of thinking

(22:00 - 41:00)

And NBC Sports Washington's Chris Miller stops by to discuss Team USA, Cam Newton and Power.

(54:00 - 1:15:00)

Sep 3, 2019

On this week's episode Armon gives his thoughts on Dave Chappelle's latest standup and how who we are factors in how funny any joke is.

(03:00 - 25:00)

DeMarcus Cousins has found himself in an ugly situation with the mother of his child, but why isn't he covered the way Tyreke Hill (among others) were?

(29:00 - 48:00)

 

And after last week's criticism of "Power" some of yall let me know how wrong I was. Well, allow me to respond -- using "Snowfall"

(1:17:00 - 1:29:00)

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