Patrick is known for his wry, irreverent interviews, often asking humorous hypothetical questions and occasionally making bets with his guests.For example, in January 2006, Patrick made a bet with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, where if Warner got the Cardinals to the Super Bowl by 2008, then Patrick would personally campaign for Warner to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Warner took Arizona to the Super Bowl in the 2008 NFL season, and would later be inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017).
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Another bet Patrick made was with the rap star Nelly, where Nelly said the St.
Louis Rams would win the Super Bowl in 2007, while Patrick had the field. The show was broadcast on ESPN Radio from 1999 to 2007; broadcasts originated in Bristol, Connecticut during most of the year and from New York City during the NBA season.
Sports, network and cable stations and reporters from local media sources covering the beat involving a team, player or league in the news at the time.
Some guests could also be described as colleagues or friends of Patrick.
The overwhelming majority of guests, however, are involved with sports, whether current or former athletes, coaches, commissioners or agents.
Less often, guests who are not affiliated with sports will come on the show, although it is common for Patrick to ask at least one sports related question.
There have been guests who have cancelled appearances due to Patrick's desire for candor.