Host of “The Barstool Radio Show”, weekdays from 4-6pm ET. Dave is the founder and Chief Content Officer at the wildly popular and controversial Barstool Sports. The man that the Stoolie’s refer to as “El Presidente” is the leader of Barstool and his honesty, candor and blunt realness as helped him to forge an unbreakable bond with his audience. He is the ultimate representation of the mantra “By The Common Man, For The Common Man”.
Kevin "KFC" Clancy
Co-Host of “The Barstool Radio Show”, weekdays from 4-6pm ET and host of the “KFC Radio” podcast. KFC is the original Barstool podcast and popular blogger for Barstool Sports. Kevin is known for giving out some of the hottest takes in sports, entertainment and pop culture.
Dan "Big Cat" Katz
Host of “The Evening Yak with Dan Katz”, weekdays from 6-7pm ET and of the “Pardon My Take” podcast. Hailing from Chicago, Big Cat is funny, sarcastic and witty. His humor and refreshing outlook on sports is what made “Pardon My Take” the number #1 sports podcasts. Dan is a proud supporter of University of Wisconsin athletics.
Co-Host of “The Heartland Radio Show with Pat McAfee”, weekdays from 10am-1pm ET and host of “The Pat McAfee Show” podcast. Pat McAfee is a former punter who played eight seasons in the NFL for the Indianapolis Colts. After retiring from football in February 2017, McAfee began performing as a stand-up comedian and started a podcast joining Barstool Sports. McAfee also became a Guinness World Record Holder by successfully kicking a 40-yard field goal while blindfolded.
Co-hosts of “The Heartland Radio Show with Pat McAfee”, weekdays from 10am-1pm ET. The Heartland Radio crew is made up of a group of guys that don’t take themselves seriously and are just looking to have fun and create nonsense and comedy on the air. The crew includes an eclectic cast of characters such as Shaun Latham, Digs, Nick Maraldo, Schmitty and Evan Fox. The crew injects even more nonsense and hilarity into Pat’s existing unfiltered ridiculous shenanigans by providing hot takes, insights, impressions, inquiries and just bring more of what the common man wants to the table.
Host of “JSB in the Morning”, weekdays from 7-9am ET. Julie Stewart-Binks, self-proclaimed "Alice Cooper's #1 fan," is the first Canadian hire at Barstool Sports, so inevitable is quite a bit slower than everyone else. She recently boarded the pirate ship after working at ESPN as a sideline reporter, and launching Fox Sports 1 as a news update anchor. Julie lives every day by the inspiring words of her hero Dr. Frankenfurter from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, "Don't Dream it, Be it."
Co-Host of “JSB in the Morning”, weekdays from 7-9am ET. The Bronx, NY, native is a former offensive lineman, who played college football at Hofstra University. Drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he won Super Bowl XLIII victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Shaped by his Puerto Rican and New York roots, Willie also played for the New York Jets. Since his days in the NFL, Willie has delved into the world of sports journalism serving as an analyst for a variety of outlets while always bringing a passionate, insightful and humorous takes on the biggest stories in society.
Co-Host of “JSB in the Morning”, weekdays from 7-9am ET. Francis is a comedian and writer/personality for Barstool Sports. At Barstool, he frequently stars in sketches alongside famous athletes and celebrities, stealing the spotlight from them with his jawline, on-screen charisma, and shockingly red hair. If you're wondering where he went to college, he'll happily tell you Harvard. Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest college in America. And just like Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Jeremy Lin, Francis has been on a tear since he graduated. He performs most nights in New York and has also performed in China, Australia, Sweden, British Columbia, and across the United States. He is known for his dry, dark sense of humor and if you have a good death story, he'd love to hear it. He resides in Brooklyn when he's not reducing audiences to tears of laughter and shame.
Host of “Dialed-In with Dallas Braden”, weekdays from 2-4pm ET. Dallas Braden is a former Major League Baseball pitcher with the Oakland A's, who is famous for, among other things, throwing a perfect game, telling Alex Rodriguez to 'get off his mound', and his "unique" hairstyle. He joined Barstool last summer and, in addition to his radio show, is the co-host for “The Starting 9” baseball podcast.