In 2015, Deep-ish Thoughts was founded. It was a site that was lucky enough to find an audience quickly. We spent two years covering all the latest news in the sports world, while also producing thought-provoking feature articles.
In 2017, we had made the tough decision to go through a corporate restructuring which saw not only changes in leadership, but also in our core philosophies. We website was re-branded as Underdog Sports, and while our team of incredibly talented writers still covered the entire sports world, we also set down a path that would lead us to sweeping changes.
Over the next three years, we began to write less, and podcast more. Getting us to the point where the Underdog Sports Podcast network became one of the most formidable networks of it’s kind. Now, in 2020, we official change into our final form — Underdog Podcasts. Articles are officially a thing of the past for us as we focus on growing our podcast. No longer just a sports network, Underdog Podcasts now boasts 29 shows, spanning five different categories — Sports, True Crime, Health & Fitness, Society & Culture, and TV & Film — with numerous other shows in the pipeline.
We’re always looking for great new podcasts. If you’re an established show looking for a new home or just a person with an idea, consider joining our team.
We are a year-round NFL and CFB podcast that will keep you updated with the latest news and notes around the sport. If you’re interested in Fantasy Football, NFL Draft, Gambling, or just wanna stay up to date on the latest news, this pod is a must listen! Check us out, and please consider subscribing to the show!
We dive into the mishandling of information and evidence by a small-town police department which leads to the incarceration of a man who maintained his innocence until his last breath. This injustice brings us to the small town of Oswego, NY. Where, in 1994, an 18-year-old girl was kidnapped and never seen again.
If you’re looking to make sure you’re ready for 2020 March Madness, this is the show for you. Hosted by a pair of brilliant young basketball minds (Tim Leonard and Tyler Aki), Made 4 March is a college basketball show that manages to entertain and educate its listeners.
Start with 8-year Major League Baseball veteran Brian Johnson and his longtime friend, preacher Devin Gough. Mix in accomplished and insightful guests delving into rich stories of sports, race, music, faith – and you have the makings of an intriguing conversation to be a part of.
Whether you have been sober for 10 minutes, 10 years, or not sober at all, join host Leslie Shapiro as she takes you through her struggles with alcoholism and how she fought her way back from the deep, dark and lonely abyss one day at a time.