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Radio Row Raucous: Houston personalities hold shouting match at Super Bowl event

In this Jan. 24, 2018 photo, lunch hour crowds use the skyway system on the Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis where preparation for the upcoming Super Bowl continues.
In this Jan. 24, 2018 photo, lunch hour crowds use the skyway system on the Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis where preparation for the upcoming Super Bowl continues. AP

Apparently, Radio Row at Super Bowl LII has turned into fight night, or fight morning in this case.

Tempers were running hot inside the Mall of America in Minneapolis early on Wednesday, where this year’s Radio Row is located, as two Houston sports personalities got into a loud verbal altercation during an interview.

The man in the black t-shirt is Sports Talk Radio 610’s Seth Payne, while the other individual is Sports Talk 790’s Josh Innes.



It’s unclear exactly how, or why, the exchange became so heated, although their ratings, Twitter disses and missed phone calls were mentioned by Payne.

Naturally, this entire back and forth took place just behind a placid John McClain. McClain works as a columnist at the Houston Chronicle and appears on a number of different programs for Sports Radio 610 in Houston.

Cowboys fans' expectations were high after last year's 13-3 regular-season effort. But Dak Prescott's rising star seemed to fade and Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension limited his playing time, keeping the Cowboys from getting to the postseason

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