The 2024-2025 National Football League season is under 60 days away. I love college football, but the NFL is my ultimate escape. College football is my job. Working the sideline and hosting the pre/post-game shows on the Griz radio broadcasts is awesome, but I also like to watch football without working.

Queue the NFL.

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It was fun seeing NFL All-Pro, and a legend of my favorite team the Green Bay Packers, David Bakhtiari vacationing in Montana last weekend.

"Ennis, Montana. On the Madison." Hell yeah, 69. David Bakhtiari is an all-time great Green Bay Packer, but now he scored bonus points by sharing this picture. David, if you're reading this, hit me up to visit Missoula. We can grab a cold burger and a warm beer at the Mo Club like your fellow offensive lineman Bretheren Jason Kelce who was sporting his Mo Club merch on the latest episode of his podcast.

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Credit: New Heights YouTube

I'm assuming Kelce can put down some beers, but we already know Bakhtiari can slam a few brewskis as evident below.

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Man, now all I can think about is having a beer with Jason Kelce and David Bakhtiari at the Mo Club. That's my kind of Saturday. Kelce is retired and Bakhtiari is still a free agent, so why not? Jason and David, come out to Missoula and let's have a beer or two. Please email me at

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