We discuss football. And wear blazers. Usually at the same time. Men in Blazers is driven by the belief that Soccer is America’s Sport of the Future. As it has been since 1972.
Rog talks with Swansea City manager Paul Clement about last year's Great Escape, leadership in times of crisis, and whether Gylfi will be in a Swans strip next year.
Rog talks with Atlanta United FC and USMNT goalkeeper Brad Guzan about his triumphant return to MLS, the pain of being relegated not once, but twice in the Premier League, and his ability to grow hair.
Rog and Davo celebrate MLS All-Star Week, live from Chicago's Harris Theater with special guests Michael Bradley, Dom Dwyer, Dax McCarty and Jozy Altidore.
Rog is joined by Togga's head of content and fantasy guru John Wallin for a strategy session on the season ahead, including top picks, sleepers and a little something known as the "Tom Heaton Effect."
Rog and Davo return for a Premier League Preview Pod in which they explore all of the storylines heading into this new season, register their Top Four picks, relegation guesses and each tap a team that could surprise the masses.
Rog talks with Huddersfield manager and German-born, former USMNT international David Wagner about his career arc, coaching philosophy, and his tiny Terriers' prospects in the unsentimental, unforgiving world of the Premier League.
Rog speaks with Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore about the career odyssey that lead him to the boardroom of his childhood club, his time in charge at EA SPORTS FIFA, and his playing days at the Cleveland Cobras.
Rog and Davo celebrate the return of the Premier League, live from the British Embassy in Washington D.C. Special guests include: CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett, CNN's Chris Cillizza and The British Ambassador to the USA, Sir Kim Darroch.
Rog and Davo break down Chelsea's win at Tottenham's footballing Airbnb, Wembley. Plus, another 4 - 0 win for Manchester United. And Wayne Rooney scores in Everton's 1 - 1 draw with Manchester City.
Rog and Davo relive Chelsea's 2 - 0 El Blazerico win over Everton, autopsy Arsenal after their 4 - 0 drubbing by Liverpool, and asks if Manchester City was an animal, which animal would they be?