The Enough Said crew looks at various topics from big news in baseball to politics.
The Vikings will be fighting for a shot at the NFC Championship on Saturday. Dan and Justin talk that as well as the developments this week in Iran and the decision by Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan.
Enough Said is back in 2020! Vikings fans are looking forward to their playoff game against the Saints and the Enough Said team talks resolutions for the new year.
Dan and Justin tackle the presidential impeachment and Gophers sports among other topics in the final Enough Said of 2019.
As the Vikings prep for a big game against the Chargers, the Minnesota Timberwolves are working to get back on track.
Justin Gaard and Jon Krawczynski reflect on a big week in Minnesota sports as the Vikings and T-Wolves look to get back on track, the Wild ride a winning streak, and the Gophers reflect on a big year.
Dan and Justin tackled impeachment hearings for President Trump and a preview of big games for the Gophers and Vikings.
The Enough Said crew looks at trending topics like the Minnesota Gophers' historic run, Twin manager Rocco Baldelli winning a big honor and the big brawl on Thursday Night Football.
It's a big week for the Gophers, including Coach P.J. Fleck signing onto the program long-term. Dan and Justin break down that and more.
Dan and Justin gave their reactions Friday to LeBron's statements on the NBA's China controversy, the Gophers getting into the AP top 25, and the Vikings getting a big win against the Eagles last week.
The Enough Said team tackles topics including the ups and downs facing the Vikings, the Minnesota Twins in playoffs and the president's upcoming visit to Minneapolis.
The Twins were celebrating this week but can Minnesota keep the hits coming into the postseason? And Minneapolis-based teams joined together this week to call for more help for police. Hit play to see the full episode of Enough Said for September 27, 2019.
For the week of September 15, Enough Said tackles topics such as Kirk Cousins' performance as the Vikings quarterback, the Twins blasting homers and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's history of wearing blackface in costumes.
The Enough Said team discusses news events from the week of Sept. 8 to Sept.13.
Part 2 includes the guys' takes on scooters on campus and a court ruling giving more protections for coaches.
In the lightning round, the guys talk about state fair records, the USWNT visit to St. Paul, and Oprah's planned stop to the city.