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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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    Chris

    As with all solutions Progressives come up with to solve a problem, we’re not supposed to ask for or see results. We’re just supposed to look at the good in their intentions.

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    FRANK KOTULA

    “I’m still sorta stuck on this notion that without pretty solid proof, the league should swallow hard and take a pass on these kinds of cases.”

    Everyone should agree with this approach. Innocent until PROVEN guilty is one of the foundations of our country. But where was this approach when the media and the NCAA condemned Joe Paterno with no evidence, just speculation and fabrications?

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    Tick Tock

    Things just got real sticky for Roger with the just released texts messages of his accuser and her GF stating she planned on black mailing him with sex tapes.

    Roger????
    You down there????
    Ummm Rog????

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    Rob

    This is gold Czabe, gold. I swear you should have a larger audience for your takes. I’d much rather listen to you than Scream A Smith.

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    Pete OD

    Czabe , please make it stop. Every time Scoot open his stupid fat mouth I want to reach through the fucking radio and choke him. At least you could slow down his dueche chill creating statements , Solly and Murray do thier best but fuck I miss you Czabe. OK rant over . OUT

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    Mike

    Worst day in sports radio history when screaming a replaced Czabe.Honestly at first I thought it was a joke and Steve was in on it just surreal

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    Paul

    No need to stack the box + no receivers open = 6-10 Record

    Cowboys better run the ball and let’s not forget all those great rookie QB’s who started hot and who went on to be forgotten.

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