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ESPN To Air Pat McAfee Show On Tape Delay To Avoid F-Bombs

ESPN is making an interesting decision on the Pat McAfee show.

According a report from The Wall Street Journal, ESPN will broadcast McAfee’s show on tape delay to avoid any live F-bombs which was a cause of concern when the show moved their show . YouTube will still air an uncensored version of the show.

McAfee initially said that he would clean up his language before moving the show to ESPN but has now backed off and is now saying it’s important that he stay true to himself.

“Most of us come from blue-collar towns who speak in a certain way, so I didn’t want to lose all of our swear words,” McAfee told the Wall Street Journal.

ESPN will televise The Pat McAfee Show from noon to 2 p.m. ET. The final hour will air exclusively on ESPN+ and ESPN’s YouTube channel.