The Really Big Show

The Really Big Show

No show captures the pulse of the Cleveland sports fan like "The Really Big Show". Join Cleveland native Tony Rizzo and AaronGoldhammer as they debate everything from sports to BBW with their one-of-a-kind passion and sense of humor. It's good to be alive!

Episodes


The Really Big Show - 1.7.20

January 7, 2020 10:07 a.m.

Rizz and Hammer are back on a Twitter Tuesday to comb through all the latest news in sports, specifically the Browns HC search. Apparently they won't meet with top-candidate Josh McDaniels until Friday while he makes his rounds. Is that a good thing? Or Bad? We ask Tony Grossi to get his thoughts. Then, WINDY'S BACK! The NBA Insider makes his triumphant return to RBS with an update on the Cavs and potential trades for Kevin Love.

The Really Big Show - 1.6.20

January 6, 2020 10:29 a.m.

Rizz, Hammer and Chris are back together to start the New Year, New Decade, and the Browns New Head Coaching search. Word has it McCarthy is nearly a guarantee as the new Cowboys top-man, so where does that leave the Front Office in Berea? McDaniels? Stefanski? Plus, Depodesta's contract expires and Grossi has the latest when he joins us in Hour 2. A look at Wild Ccard weekend alongside the Headlines and some NBA news as we roll here on a Really Big Monday!

The Really Big Show - 1.3.20

January 3, 2020 10:03 a.m.

Rizz is back when he's supposed to be off. Why? The Browns. Their dysfunction means he can't stay away, he's got a lot to say, and it's Wild Card Weekend. We have a full roundtable featuring Tony Grossi, a slew of HC Candidates to take a deep look at, and we run through the history of Paul Depodesta's rise to decision maker in Berea.

The Really Big Show - 1.2.20

January 2, 2020 10:15 a.m.

Leave it to the Browns to keep the News cycle churning. The team now searches for another GM/Head Coach pairing to "turn things around" after a 6-10 season. We've got Hammer, Grossi and Mike Rizzo here along with Chris Oldach to really dissect this entire blow-up. Dysfunction, confrontation, and roles continue to change, but one constant is the lack of patience from Ownership. They'll talk to Jake Trotter as well with his latest from Berea, and who's the favorite to be the next HC of the Cleveland Browns?

The Really Big Show - 12.31.19

December 31, 2019 10:31 a.m.

It's the last day of 2019, and the Browns need a new Head Coach. How else would we end, or start a year in Cleveland? Tony Grossi joins Hammer and Mike Rizzo on this special edition of RBS as we were expecting to hear from Dorsey, but his press conference was . . . cancelled? What that could mean. Plus, a new HC candidate is added to the list as the guys debate what's next, what's best, and what could happen in the coming days of the new decade.

The Really Big Show - 12.30.19

December 30, 2019 10:14 a.m.

Black Monday struck a day early. Rizz and Hammer react to the Browns firing Freddie Kitchens after a 6-10 year. Who are the candidates the Browns will go after? What is the future of GM John Dorsey? Welcome to Groundhog Day.

The Really Big Show - 12.27.19

December 27, 2019 9:57 a.m.

In light of a profound statement from Bernie Kosar endorsing Freddie Kitchens, could the tide be turning in favor of Kitchens' return to the Browns? The guys put together their All-Decade Browns team with a twist. Phil Steele drops some College Football knowledge. Tony Grossi joins for the final edition of the NFL Roundtable for the 2019 season.

The Really Big Show - 12.26.19

December 26, 2019 11:25 a.m.

It's a special post-Christmas edition of RBS as Chris Oldach takes over, joined by Mike Rizzo and Nick Paulus. The guys dive into Freddie Kitchens future, some sound from today's media availability, top prospects to look at on the coaching market, yesterday's NBA action, and a word from The General, Tony Grossi.

The Really Big Show - 12.24.19

December 24, 2019 10:16 a.m.

It's Fontana, Mike Rizzo and Nick Paulus on this edition of RBS. The hot button today is Freddie Kitchen's job security. Would you bring him back? Replace him with a veteran like Rivera or McCarthy? And what about his coordinators, have they earned a right to be retained? All that and more as we dive into Headlines and hear from Albert Belle on this Christmas Eve RBS!

The Really Big Show - 12.23.19

December 23, 2019 10:07 a.m.

After another horrible week for the Browns, Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer want Freddie Kitchens gone. The team fell to 6-9 after the loss to the Ravens and the guys want answers. Plus, Aaron recaps the weekend in sports with the Headlines.