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LISTEN: Packers win, Golden Globes lose and OnMilwaukee gets nostalgic

Published Jan. 9, 2017

In episode 13 of The Postgame Tailgate podcast, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Packers' playoff win over the Giants, look ahead to Dallas and argue that Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are actually good. Then, they recap the Golden Globes. Also, tune in for OnMilwaukee radio jingles from 1999!


In defense of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman

Published Jan. 9, 2017

I've taken some unpopular stands in my time and distributed my share of stupid takes, especially regarding the Packers. But this is the ultimate detestable Take Hill on which I will die: broadcasters Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are not bad, anti-Packer morons. In fact, they are good. Here's why.


Petition aims to have Bob Uecker replace Joe Buck in World Series booth

Published Oct. 24, 2016

A petition has been created to have Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker replace FOX's Joe Buck for the matchup between the long-suffering Cleveland Indians and the even longer-suffering Chicago Cubs. More than 15,000 baseball fans had signed it on, as of Monday morning.


Sports helped heal the wounds of Sept. 11

Published Sept. 12, 2011

Two words that have been repeated over and over the last week have been "never forget." It has become the mantra of the attacks on America that took place now, believe it or not, more than 10 years ago. But here's the thing: That's not a danger. None of us could ever forget where we were or what we were doing when we heard the news.


Tirico is unsung hero of "Monday Night Football"

Published Dec. 13, 2006

Play by play announcers only get noticed when they screw up. Mike Tirico (center) doesn't do that often and OMC national sports columnist Steve Czaban sees him emerging as a star on Monday night.


The Vikes should kick Moss to the curb, Czaban says

Published Jan. 12, 2005

Any Packers fan still upset at Randy Moss and his "Moon Over Lambeau" stunt can take solace in this simple fact. Moss is a loser. Always has been, always will be. He's a player who will be judged as having been one of the most cancerous forces in the NFL.