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Once upon a time this podcast would have been called a “commenter interview,” but Kanicki started a great site. Craig and Mike Burgermeister (@jimkanicki) talked about lots of things from the Cleveland Browns to Soccer and the UFC. If you want to get in on the Cheddar Bay competition this year, please go to the site.
Talking Browns football with Jim Kanicki – Mike Burgermeister
Jim Kanicki’s actual history with the Browns
Why did Mike start his own site?
The Art Modell hall of fame post on Kanick’s website
Sports talk radio and how everyone becomes a critic of the medium
WEEI in the rockstar days in Boston
Talking UFC on WFNY
Mickey Ward vs. Arturo Gatti
UFC vs. Nascar vs. Soccer
Twitter criticism is fair, but doesn’t need to be sent directly to an athlete
Mike’s take that the Browns have too much cap space
The Browns had six holes and Browns addressed one of them
Could the Browns have invested more to winning this season?
The defensive line physicality at the point of attack is legit
Josh Gordon looking lazy because of his stride
Comparing Josh Gordon running to Terrelle Pryor
Davone Bess and how he might never be able to get through the diva act of his young receiving corps
Josh Gordon having a bullseye on his back
Cheddar Bay and the rigors of being involved
Rick is going to contribute to Cheddar Bay
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