"The Isaiah McKenzie Show" is BACK for Season 2!
Let's. Go. Get behind-the-scenes access to the player who just may lift the Buffalo Bills to the Super Bowl once and for all. All episodes right here at Go Long. Live shows at Mister's Bar & Lanes.
He’s got an unbelievably compelling life story.
He just may be the player who catapults the Buffalo Bills to the Super Bowl this 2022 season.
And, once more, you can catch Isaiah McKenzie in all of his glory right here at Go Long. The Buffalo Bills wide receiver will take our readers and listeners along for the wild ride every step of the way. “The Isaiah McKenzie Show” returns for Season 2… and what a season this will be. If you’ve been following the Buffalo Bills at all this summer, you’re well aware that McKenzie is in line to be the team’s starting slot man. And if you were with us for Season 1, you know just how much McKenzie has been dying for this opportunity.
The goal of this show is the same — to give everyone a real, unfiltered look at life as an NFL player through the course of a season. The ups. The downs. The adversity. We want this show to take you beyond the press conference and the locker room. All eight episodes will be recorded live at Mister’s Bar & Lanes, located at 206 Main Street East Aurora, NY.
Each show runs 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. (EST) these nights:
Friday, Sept. 9
Monday, Sept. 26
Monday, Oct. 3
Monday, Oct. 10
Monday, Nov. 14
Monday, Dec. 12
Monday, Dec. 19
Monday, Jan. 9
Remember: You can watch and/or listen to ALL episodes the following morning right here at Go Long. Simply, ding this button to get those episodes delivered to your email inbox:
You get nothing but honesty from McKenzie. That’s how we initially connected way back when Go Long launched.
Season 1 had a touch of everything. Conversations could turn serious, be it the time a bullet nearly took McKenzie’s life or when he saw a dead body on his doorstep as a kid. There were a good amount of laughs. Yes, McKenzie decomitted from Notre Dame because a coach told him he… uh… couldn’t have relations with co-eds. McKenzie also revealed why everyone calls him “Lil Dirty” and detailed his (hilarious) long-running beef with Micah Hyde. And, on the field, 2021 was an emotional roller-coaster. McKenzie didn’t hold back when it came to his midseason benching. He explained how getting benched sent him to a dark place… and how he escaped to star in Buffalo’s huge win at New England.
When “13 seconds” struck, McKenzie wore his emotions on his sleeve, too.
Catch up on last year’s eight episodes below if you’d like.
Now, McKenzie will have 100 or so passes spiraling his direction on Sundays.
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