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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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    Czabe, your an absolute genius, very well written and articulate (as expected) article. The reason I look forward to hearing you every morning in Milwaukee and then go home and listen to your 980 show on my phone is because you always bring new perspective (right or comically wrong) and unlike just about every other sports person, you dont feel that you always have to be the smartest person in the room. I find the most interesting people to be around are the ones that dont take themselves too seriously. Good luck to your Skins, looking forward to beating them in the playoffs again!

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      billy Grogan

      Excellent !

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    Jeffrey J Maliszewski

    How about updating your B&B podcast on your web sight. The last one was from July 17th, really? Love your show and your segment with my boys from Milwaukee. Keep up the great work!!!

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    Mark S.

    Print and leave on Bram Weinstein’s desk, PLEASE. He is too free with his feelings; sports talk radio is NOT about saving the world.

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    Jim in wisco

    100% agree czabe! Keep posting so I just have to shake my head yes. Could you adress the question why U.S. courts still adress upholding NFL suspensions. Cannot the great NFL do this themselves. Love the show. JIM

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    Sports are games. And I’ve watched for decades and attended many a college game and support my school financially and by attending. I think for most of us, sports are an escape from politics and the cause du jour. Which is why the Redskins name garbage made me so mad. And made me buy MORE Skins gear. And why Bob Costas is dead to me. By the way, it may be me, but this seems to have gone into overdrive once BHO was in office and he and his henchmen began with Chicago style politics. But I digress. If the players at the college I financially support begin the social justice virtue signalling, kneeling, etc, I will call the AD’s office and tell them I am done with my support and will stop donating and going. I participate as a fan for enjoyment and they will have taken that from me. I’ll keep up, but I will read a book, watch a movie, go to the gym, or any number of other things during Saturday and Sunday. Yes, I know Hollywood is very leftist, but I can buy a movie used on eBay or Amazon and that money won’t go to them.
    I miss you and Andy’s show.
    I’d never listened to 106.7 or their podcasts until the great purge at 980, and now that is where I am.

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    Well done. I was talking with some friends about how we are living through the rendition of the Salem Witch Trials, and anyone that doesn’t agree should be burned at the stake. What is happening at Cal Berkeley should startle everyone.

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    Paul S

    Great point Czabe. I am sick of accepting virtue signalling as so called protests. What bothers me most is that these NFL players owe their millions to the flag and country they say is inherently racist! I applaud the Cleveland PD for refusing to stand with the Browns and applaud the Blackest of black men Jim Brown for the lecture he gave the players, not sure if the 4 letter carried Jim Brown but i don’t watch it much these days.

    Keep up the great show, but bring back Great Meh suck that was my favorite !! I use that rating system for everything and now my kids use it as well.

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    I have such a man crush on you Czabe. lol

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    John in Indy

    When you mention Tony Bruno, it humors me that you might like some of the cavalier attitude he’s gotten lately. In 15 years, will we see a tank-topped Steve Czaban and friends on (whatever morphs outof) facebook live doing podcasts throwing verbal stones at public or sports figures? We’re waiting for some epic rants/ hot takes!! Just don’t get fired quite yet.


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