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Josh Dunn

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Originally hails from the football hub of Youngstown, Ohio. Following his graduation from Mount Union College, Josh decided to take his talents to one of the greatest sports cities in the world, Chicago. It was there Josh met his podcast co-pilot Anshu Khanna and was encouraged to join the Deep(ish) Thoughts family. Josh doesn't shy away from sharing his opinion and he hopes his passion shows in both his writing and his recordings.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: NFL Conference Championships

Josh and Anshu take a deep dive into NFL Conference Championship weekend. They go through the lines, DFS, and futures to arm you for a fun.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: We Can See The Futures

Josh and Anshu take a look at some NCAA football and basketball futures, and also throw out some hypothetical lines for Bryce and Machado.

1/11/19: Coach Taylor and the Kitchens

Josh, Anshu and Dan recap the recent head coach hirings in the NFL and then preview the NFL Divisional round games this weekend.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: NFL Divisional Round

Josh and Anshu go through the lines of the NFL Divisional round and give you some tips for how to navigate the weekend with DFS.

1/09/19: Dabo Does It

Josh, Anshu and Dan recap the College Football Championship game, walk through the NFL coaching carousel, and get up to speed on Manny Macha.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: Bama/Clemson

Josh and Anshu dive into the College Football Playoff Championship game of Alabama and Clemson, then discuss some NBA division futures.

1/03/19: Our Teams’ Heads Are Falling Off

Josh and Anshu preview NFL Wildcard weekend, go through the NFL coaching carousel, and react to the Harper and Machado sweepstakes.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: NFL Wildcard Weekend

Josh and Anshu walk through NFL wildcard weekend. They hit the betting lines, DFS thoughts, and also look at some futures and prop bets.

The Underdog Sports Fantasy Hour: Bowl Season

Josh and Anshu discuss the New Year's Eve and Day bowl games, including a preview of the Alabama-Clemson National Championship.