January 31, 2020 11:55 a.m.
RBS returns on this Friday with a BIG Roundtable in store. Rizz and Hammer carry Baker Mayfield on ESPN's Get Up live, and break it all down until our buddy Jerod joins at 11a for some INCREDIBLE stories about Super Bowl week and what the players are experiencing. Plus, news and notes from Grossi before SOUNDCHECK and a look at what's on the menu for the weekend.
January 30, 2020 10:05 a.m.
It's a full crew of Super Bowl-hating Clevelanders on RBS today. The Browns are the only team to never participate in, or host a Super Bowl, and now Pittsburgh & Baltimore have radio shows "rated" directly ahead of RBS by one publication. So, in short, this isn't a good week. Which means, it's the PERFECT time to listen. Rants, raves, Tony Grossi live from South Beach and a look around the sports universe. We have some fun, some laughs, and some chaos on this Thursday.
January 29, 2020 10:10 a.m.
RBS returns on this Wednesday with plenty to get into: Zion's first trip to Cleveland is mediocre, MLB trade rumors continue to swirl as the Winter transactional period comes toward and end, more info regarding the tragic Kobe Bryant accident, and of course, some Browns news and notes as we get more clarity on Andrew Berry's role. Plus, Trey Wingo joins us, we run through Survey Wednesday, and HEADLINES!
January 28, 2020 10:34 a.m.
The Really Big Show attempts to reset, switch gears, and move forward with the sports news of the day. Although Kobe's death looms large, the signing of a General Manager in Berea, Zion's first trip to Cleveland, and the Super Bowl are some topics we'll cover. Plus, news and notes from Tony Grossi on Andrew Berry's marriage to Kevin Stefanski as planned by Paul Depodesta, and picks for his trip to SB 54. Finally a heavy round of SOUNDCHECK on Twitter Tuesday.
January 27, 2020 10:24 a.m.
The Really Big show returns on this Monday where we mourn the tragic, sudden death of NBA legend, Kobe Bryant. He and his daughter, along with 7 passengers died in a horrific helicopter crash in LA Sunday morning. Today's show is a reminder to hug your loved ones and appreciate the present. We'll hear from plenty of basketball's most formidable voices in every hour. Plus, HEADLINES from around the sports world, SOUNDCHECK, and some Browns talk mixed in.
January 24, 2020 10:07 a.m.
The Really Big Show sits down for a Roundtable Friday to dive into all the happenings of the Sports Universe. We look at the Pro Bowl Skills challenge, ultimately won by Jarvis Landry, the Cavs loss, the Browns continued search for a GM, and more. We're joined by Tony Grossi to break down his latest John Dorsey article. Plus, a fun round of SOUNDCHECK before the weekend!
January 23, 2020 10:04 a.m.
The Really Big Show returns with Rizz, Hammer and Chris and they have plenty to dive into. We recap last night's Cleveland Sports Awards, Zion's debut, Stefanski's meeting with OBJ today, the Browns decision NOT to send their Coach or GM to the Senior Bowl, and more. Plus, Grossi joins the guys with his news and notes from Berea before we get into the SOUNDCHECK!
January 22, 2020 10:13 a.m.
Rizz, Hammer and Chris are here on this Hump Day talking ALL things Cleveland Sports ahead of tonight's Cleveland Sports Awards. Word has it that Vikings Assistant GM, Paton, is back in the building today for a 2nd interview with the Browns. We hear from Mike Golic Sr. on what that's all about. Plus, a look at the MLB HOF class including Derek Jeter, some NBA news and of course, Survey Wednesday!
January 21, 2020 1:30 p.m.
It's a Twitter Tuesday on RBS and we have the whole crew in-studio. The Browns continue to fill our their coaching staff, but no GM to get them players. What say you Rizz & Hammer? Plus, thoughts from Tony Grossi on where the search may land, and the acquisitions made by first-year HC Kevin Stefanski. That, an NFL Championship weekend to recap, the NBA and Cavs, all wrapped up in a big edition of SOUNDCHECK!
January 20, 2020 12:35 p.m.
Jordan Klimack Mike Rizzo and Mike Bohm break down the weekend of sports action. Discuss the possibility of the Browns hiring a new GM.