Found October 04, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
The Skype calls continue to make podcasting a nice experience as I was able to get Andrew on the “Subway Fresh Take Hotline” for a nice chat about a variety of topics. Honestly I think Andrew and I could do four hours a day because we both never seem to run out of things to say.
Here’s a rundown of what we discussed…
- Cleveland ’95 – Why Andrew didn’t care to watch it and why I wanted to see it
- Pat Shurmur and if he can ever be a good NFL coach
- Cleveland Cavaliers and the playoffs
- Can they make the playoffs?
- Should they make the playoffs?
- What has to happen to make that a reality?
- Browns vs. Giants
- What are the Browns’ chances?
- 10 days to prepare and what that could mean
- Greg Little and his future
As always, thanks for listening. Please tell a friend!
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