The Bussin’ with the Boys podcast hosted by Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan and Las Vegas Raiders linebacker Will Compton will be joining Barstool Sports.
Since its inception, the Bussin’ with the Boys podcast hosted by Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan and Las Vegas Raiders linebacker Will Compton has been one of the more entertaining podcasts to listen to.
From its interesting interviews with players and coaches to its comedic value, Bussin’ with the Boys is a great listen for Titans fans — and football fans in general.
After Lewan teased that something big was coming, it was announced on Friday that Bussin’ with the Boys is going to join the Barstool Sports Podcast Network.
Some of the more interesting interviews in recent memory were with Titans head coach Mike Vrabel and Los Angeles Rams cornerback, Jalen Ramsey, who at the time of the interview was still with Tennessee’s division rival, the Jacksonville Jaguars.
In the interview with Vrabel, Lewan and Compton got the head coach to jokingly admit he would cut his d— off for a Super Bowl ring as a coach, which received plenty of attention both then and during the Titans’ improbable playoff run.
"Vrabel: Been married 20 years. Yeah, probably.Lewan: You’ve got three?!Vrabel: As a player…. You guys will be married for 20 years one day. You won’t need it."
Vrabel then went on to say that his wife would probably help him cut off his appendage, to which she agreed that was the case.
In the interview with Ramsey, the former Jags corner listed the Raiders and Titans as two teams he’d like to play for prior to being traded to the Rams.
"Compton: “Your ideal playing spot, your ideal playing situation, would it be here?”Ramsey: “It’ll probably be either here (Tennessee) or Vegas.”"
While Ramsey’s answer of Tennessee wasn’t much of a surprise considering he’s originally from the state, it was a bit shocking that he’d admit it while a member of the Jaguars.
Those are just a few examples of why Bussin’ with the Boys is a must listen, and apparently Barstool Sports thought it was good enough to bring the show aboard its network.
Congrats to the boys!