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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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  1. 1

    Paul

    Czabe,

    Long time listener and fan. Why did you leave the Bob and Brian show? You owe the loyal listeners an explanation.

    Paul

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  2. 2

    DAVID A TUINSTRA

    It’s more like a horrific car accident, sudden and no chance to say good bye. Thanks for the extraordinary and wonderful entertainment for the past 24 years. Your segment will be missed.

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  3. 3

    Tammy Viola

    Boo to you for leaving Bob & Brian show. Loved listening to you over the past years. 🙁

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    g veatch

    sad to see the “Bob and Brian” deal come to an end…
    and from the good Folks of Burnet, Texas on that pronunciation of their city:
    It’s ‘Burn – it’, Durn it, now Learn it.

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  5. 5

    David

    Nothin’ lasts forever
    And we both know hearts can change
    And it’s hard to hold a candle
    In the cold November rain

    Do you need some time on your own
    Do you need some time all alone
    Everybody needs some time
    On their own
    Don’t you…

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  6. 6

    Rhonda

    Listened to you in Milwaukee on B & B. Shocked when you were no longer there. Totally bummed. Always my favorite part of my day.

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  7. 7

    Tosa Jim

    For a hot second there, your explanation about leaving B&B almost sounded like a Mike McCarthy post loss presser. And I think that’s the saddest part of all of this.

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    Jeff

    I’ve been listening to Bob & Brian every morning for as long as I can remember and my favorite part was the sports section with you. I’ve been wondering why you haven’t been on the last few weeks and now I know. It’s heart breaking to know we’ll never hear you on the show again. It was as big a part of my morning as coffee.

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    Scott H

    Oh my gosh…. I stopped listening to that time slot and now play some over played crappy music instead for my morning drive in. They had some sports guy on who started talking about all this stuff that you had well covered over the years about the Packers. It was his take, and no fault of his own that he was thrust into the slot, but it was like putting a piece of wheat bread in the middle of a loaf of white bread. It just wasn’t right. Clearly there is something that happened or didn’t happen. If the truth comes out, hopefully it will make better sense.

    Your comments about how things come to an end are true, but that is not how an amicable parting usually goes. It’s like at work when someone who is liked is leaving. We have a party to send them off. For someone that wasn’t liked, not a peep is said or done.

    May not be your fault, but the optics on this whole deal. hope you stay connected to Milwaukee radio in some form.

    Until next time – “See ya!”

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    Tom

    Czabe,
    Long time “Bob and Brian” listener and always loved your segment there. I hear ya, there’s always two sides to every story. I’ll wait it out and I never jump to conclusions or post guessing garbage. I really wish you guys could somehow work it out…what a collaboration whew! I always got a kick out of your car rental ride from MKE to the studio play by play and many many other bits. You WILL be missed and already are! I guess I’ll stay tuned to czabe.com to get my fix now. Keep up the hot nails of truth! Love it all Jimmy “Masterlock Doooogan”! God bless!

    Tom J

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