Guests

NOTE: The Who Dat Report podcast is on hiatus and probably won’t return. The show took hours per week to record, edit, and produce, and was expensive to host, too. Plus we had a kid and I got a real job, which sucked away all of my free time. However, since I stopped the show, several other Saints-related podcasts have risen, so I recommend checking them out. Thanks to the thousands of people who listened to the show, and go Saints.

We’re fortunate to have some wonderful guests on The Who Dat Report. You can read more about them below. Sometimes it takes me a while to get this page updated, so please be patient. I need interns!

Week 8

Eric Schmidt: Eric has been a Bucs fan since day 1 and writes about the Bucs at BucsPost.com. He’s also an general NFL blogger for Red Zone Talk, which is an NFL news and rants site. You can also follow Eric on Twitter @bucco40.

Week 7: Saints-Browns

Adam Schultz: Adam Schultz is a Falcons fan, blogger, and podcast producer. You can read his Falcons material at The Falcoholic or listen to his podcast Courage and Fight. You can also follow Adam on Twitter: @AdamLSchultz.

Zach Boerger: Zach Boerger is an Ohio State student, lifelong Browns fan, and my cousin through marriage. You can follow Zach on Twitter at: @OSUBurger

Week 6: Saints-Bucs

Eric Schmidt: Eric has been a Bucs fan since day 1 and writes about the Bucs at WhatTheBucs.com. He’s also an general NFL blogger for Red Zone Talk, which is an NFL news and rants site. You can also follow Eric on Twitter @bucco40.

Week 5: Saints-Cardinals

Watt Cross: Watt is a Saints fan at-large, currently located in Virginia. He has a long history of cheering in enemy territory, having spent time in Georgia as a kid.

Week 3: Saints-Falcons

Adam Schultz: Adam Schultz is a Falcons fan, blogger, and podcast producer. You can read his Falcons material at The Falcoholic or listen to his podcast Courage and Fight. You can also follow Adam on Twitter: @AdamLSchultz.

Week 2: Saints-49ers

Matt Barrows: Matt is the 49ers beat writer for the Sacramento Bee. You can find Matt’s 49ers blog at http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers and follow him on Twitter (@mattbarrows)

Josh Levin: Josh Levin (pronounced Levine) is a senior editor at Slate. You can read his articles at Slate, listen to his great sports podcast Hang Up & Listen, or follow him on Twitter.

Week 1: Saints-Vikings

Dave Cariello: Dave is a Saints season ticket holder, owner of Campus Connection, and editor/”Head Coach” of Canal Street Chronicles, which is probably the best source of Saints information on the web. You can also follow Dave on Twitter.

Dan Zinski: Dan is the editor of The Viking Age, a blog all about the Minnesota Vikings, and the brave soul who was the first-ever guest representing the Saints’ opponent. You can also [follow Dan on Twitter][18].

[18]: http://www.twitter.com/TheVikingAge