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Another edition of Tony D's podcast is all about love this Thanksgiving. What he loves about the Colts and Pacers right now, find out some fun facts on the tree lighting in downtown Indianapolis, and a big week of sports lies ahead! Please donate to the Evan Williams Bourbon...
(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Another edition of Tony D's Podcast, take a listen to Victor Oladipos latest songs, how the Pacers need to continue to grow together, and a bold prediction about the Colts over the next few weeks.
Tony D's podcast returns, he tells you why Colts fans should be feeling good, seeing something for the first time at the World Series (no not the 18 inning Game 3) and becoming a server at St. Elmo's Steakhouse!
Tony D's (@TonyD1070) podcast says what most Colts fans are feeling about the season to date so far, how he spent his 30th birthday and some gambling tips heading into the weekend of football. Enjoy!
Tony D. brings you another episode of his podcast as he discusses turning 30 next week, how he stole a dog from a bar, and why Cubs fans get so upset on Twitter after Tony went troll mode when the Cubs were eliminated after back to back losses. Don't forget to follow Tony on...
(Getty Images: Sean Gardner) Driver of the #95 Chevy, Kasey Kahne is eager to return to the Brickyard to defend his title. He talks about the last year with Tony D, what it meant to win at IMS, and Kasey tells Tony about his future and his upcoming retirement.
(USAC Photo: David Dellinger) It's race week at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the USAC Midgets are invating the inside of Turn 3 at IMS for the Inaugural BC 39. Tony D. catches up with USAC veteran Kevin Thomas Jr. to discuss the prestige behind this first race, dealing...
(Getty Images/Jarod Tilton) Driver of the #3 Dow Chevy, Austin Dillon joined Tony D. to discuss the upcoming weekend at Darlington. He tells you why his throwback paint scheme means so much to him, and the two talk up the 25th Brickyard 400, and the memories Austin has at IMS.
(Chris Owens/Indy Car) On lap 7 of Sunday's ABC Supply 500 from Pocono Speedway, the Indy Car world collectively held it's breath as rookie Robert Wickens went airbourne into the catch fence after contact with Ryan Hunter-Reay. The violent incident collected the talented rookie...