Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast 19 - "Doug Marrone" Talks TNIAAM Redesign, Tough Commenter Policy

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On the latest episode of Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast, we're joined by a very special guest, "Doug Marrone." The SU head football coach talks about the TNIAAM redesign, his brief stint as the site's women's volleyball correspondent and his controversial policy on how to deal with negative blog comments.

Ladies and gentlemen, it's a very special day for Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician as well as Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast. We have been blessed by a very special appearance by the one, the only, "Doug Marrone."

The SU head football coach wanted to stop by, not to talk about his 1-3 football team and their crucial game against the Pittsburgh Panthers this Friday, but about the recent TNIAAM redesign.

Things get a little testy between he and I and I unfortunately brought up his brief stint as TNIAAM's women's volleyball correspondent.

We also discuss his thoughts on the TNIAAM contributors and his controversial policy on how to deal with negative blog comments.

I also went ahead and made a video version of the podcast if you're so inclined.


Thanks to "Doug" for stopping by and thanks to Brent Axe for doing the actual work.

*To answer your question, no, it's not.

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