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2018: TPSNFL Playoff Update


This week we talk about the TPSNFL Playoffs and the match-up between ediddy999 and MMArich. We also make sure to mention how terrible Ohio is as a state, how Michigan basketball is beating everyone and how the Detroit Pistons are going to be in the NBA Finals.

All that an much much more.

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