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 Aaron Goldhammer as they debate everything from sports to BBQ with their one-of-a-kind passion and sense of humor. Emmett Golden joins RBS from Noon-1pm for "RBS Next". It's good to be alive!


The Really Big Show - 10.28.19

October 28, 2019 10:10 a.m.

Ouch. Sure we expected to lose, but beating ourselves just makes it worse. Rizz, Hammer and Chris are all back together to relive the debilitating loss at the hands of the undefeated Patriots. Belichick's 300th win capped off what looked like Freddie's first game as a coach, and it only got worse from there. It's a REALLY BIG show on the heels of a REALLY BIG loss.

The Really Big Show - 10.25.19

October 25, 2019 1 p.m.

Its a football Friday on The Really Big Show. The guys have Phil Steele on from ESPN College Football, Tony Grossi in for the NFL Roundtable, Hey Tony and the NFL Picks segment all leading up to the Browns and Patriots on Sunday.

The Really Big Show - 10.24.19

October 24, 2019 11:02 a.m.

Rizz and Aaron talk about Baker Mayfield going at the referees and Tony Grossi before asking about his approval rating. The headlines talks about the World Series, Kyrie Irving's big debut and the Cavs opener. Fox Sports Gus Johnson joins the show to preview the OSU/Wisconsin game and ESPN Cleveland Browns analyst Tony Grossi talks about the Browns offensive line.

The Really Big Show - 10.23.19

October 23, 2019 10:12 a.m.

Rizz and Hammer are on remote at Fat Heads as they bring us all the latest in the sports world on this Wednesday. It's Cavs opening night, the World Series has started, and the NBA is back in full swing. Tons to get through as we prep for the Patriots as well!

The Really Big Show - 10.22.19

October 22, 2019 10:44 a.m.

The whole crew is back for RBS as Tony Rizzo returns from vacation, Hammer moves over and Chris runs things behind the glass. It's a OFFICIALLY back to football as NFL week 6 completed last night on MNF. Who other than our next opponents in New England to dominate once again with stifling defense Baker will have to navigate on Sunday. The guys breakdown Belichick's comments from this mornings conference call and get into all the X's and O's of this weekends game!

The Really Big Show - 10.21.19

October 21, 2019 10:08 a.m.

So the Browns had a Bye Week, and we still find a way to be upset on a Monday? After the Ravens took it to the Seahawks, Browns fans are up in arms that we're simply just unlucky. Hammer, Mike Rizzo and Chris Oldach debate on this edition of RBS heading into a marquee matchup vs. the Patriots on Sunday.

The Really Big Show - 10.18.19

October 18, 2019 10:21 a.m.

It's Hammer and Oldach for the first two hours, then we bring in The General, Tony Grossi for the last two. We hear from Paul Finebaum on Ohio State vs Northwestern and his perspective of one of the most dominant teams in the nation NOT in the SEC. Plus, thoughts on the Mahomes injury and it's impact on the AFC, and of course some NFL Roundtable!

The Really Big Show - 10.17.19

October 17, 2019 11:27 a.m.

Hammer, Oldach and Mike Rizzo welcome you back for a Thursday RBS with tons to get through. Is Trent Williams bound to be a Brown before the Patriots game? Is Greg Robinson headed to the bench? Plus, are all these OL rumors simply protecting Mayfield's poor play? That, and more on the "fan" that punched Myles Garrett, which leads to a slew of stories about the last fight any of us were in.

The Really Big Show - 10.16.19

October 16, 2019 10:03 a.m.

It's Hammer, Mike Rizzo, and Chris Oldach back for another edition of RBS as trades were swirling in the NFL yesterday. The Browns sent 2nd round pick, Austin Corbett, to LA for an undisclosed Draft pick, and Jalen Ramsey is now his new teammate. Plus, would you trade Higgins and a pick for Pro-Bowl OL, Trent Williams?

The Really Big Show - 10.15.19

October 15, 2019 10:59 a.m.

Hammer and (Little) Rizzo join Chris Oldach for this Tuesday edition of RBS talking Freddie Kitchens and the perception he may be in over his head in critical situations. Plus, thoughts on Baker Mayfield and his sophomore regression, and where's Hollywood Higgins?