Dan Parker and Craig Lyndall discuss all things BlueJackets, Monsters and also the upcoming Browns NFL draft.
The Cleveland Cavaliers suspensions are known. The Browns draft is coming.
Andrew and Craig discuss the Boston Celtics losing in four games to the Cavaliers and how much it really cost them. The Cavaliers did get the sweep, but somehow managed to leave fans feeling badly after completing said sweep.
The Indians are off to a really rough start, so I called TD to help calm me down.
After talking to Lane Adkins about the Browns, I dialed up Dave Sterling to talk about pretty much everything else. Before it was all done, we'd discussed being off of Twitter for the first Cavs playoff game, the idea of buying any shirt for $100, let alone a jersey, and teaching my son about the evils of advertising.
Lane Adkins of The Orange and Brown report joined me to discuss all things Browns. He wasn't on to promote anything in particular, but I've been a subscriber to the OBR for quite a while and I plugged it for him.
Here's the rest of the stuff we talked about.
Dan Labbe of Cleveland.com and now NEOMG joined me to discuss everything related to Cleveland sports. He usually is the host of these things, and I turned the tables on him and made him a guest for once!
Dave Sterling and I discussed the Browns jersey unveiling before and after. We also discussed superfans, Michelle Schwab, and a figure four leg lock.
This episode of the WFNY podcast is a little bit different. We talked a lot about culture and technology and a little bit about sports and video games. I can't recall every single thing that Dave Sterling and I discussed, but the major thing that sticks out is wondering, as the video game generations get older, will there be LAN parties in retirement homes someday?
Will everyone load up their favorite Call of Duty version and a mouse and keyboard and blast away week after week, day after day of retirement? It's a funny question, but it's also a good one.
That, and more...
Andre Knott of the A to Z podcast was kind enough to join me to discuss his career, among other topics. It was a really great chat with lots of cool stories. Here are some of the highlights.
Scott from WFNY joined the WFNY podcast to talk about Blogs and media and HBO among other topics.
The much-anticipated second part of the WFNY podcast with @sportsyelling and @BrutalStephanie is here. For the record, this was recorded before Corey Kluber signed an extension with the team. We talk about the Cleveland Indians and their upcoming season in-depth.
I had occasion to sit down and get to know @sportsyelling and @BrutalStephanie in person. What resulted was a long podcast about friends and Twitter and sports and any number of other topics. I don't even know how to put it in a bullet point list because it was so very much a meandering conversation.
In the end, I think it was a good way to get to know two of the most fun follows in the Cleveland sports Twitter universe.
Welcome to all the new listeners! It's been seven weeks since Joe Lull has been off of 92.3 the Fan in Cleveland. There's been some talk, rumor and speculation as to what happened and why Lull hasn't resurfaced. Joe joins the WFNY Podcast to tell his story and put rumors to rest regarding his exit from 92.3 the Fan and Cleveland sports talk radio in general.
Josh Flagner from More than a Fan came on the podcast to talk about all things sports media. We discussed blogs and podcasts and newspapers and how the coverage has developed around the Browns and Cavaliers this year.