The Next Level

The Next Level

The Next Level with Emmett Golden, Jerod Cherry and Matt Fontana digs deeper into the biggest topics of the day. Two regular guys and a 3-time Super Bowl champ? You can't find this anywhere else! Its sports talks with a fresh perspective, and even more laughs!

Episodes


The Next Level - 2.26.21

February 26, 2021 5:39 p.m.

It's a "Fair or Foul Friday" on The Next Level with the guys reacting to some of the reports out on JJ Watt and if its fair or foul to read into them. They are joined by Browns wide out Rashard "Hollywood" Higgins to talk about his new video game venture and his future with the Browns. The Refresh talks about the Indians kicking off Spring Training and Matt's final Black History Month fact of the day. Bernie Kosar joins Emmett and Jerod to talk about some of the upcoming Browns free agents and JJ Watt. ESPN Cleveland Browns analyst Tony Grossi joins for the 3rd hour to talk about his 1st mock draft of the season and "Yo Anthony".

The Next Level - 2.25.21

February 25, 2021 5:19 p.m.

The Next Level talks about the JJ Watt contract numbers that were reported and if they were too high for the Browns. They discuss where the Browns might still stand within the sweepstakes and locker combinations before a crazy conversation about Emmett living in a strip club. The Refresh talks about the Cavs back to back wins and the Indians allowing some fans. "Grind my Gears" talks about supermarket etiquette. The 5 at 5 goes over the best 5 at 5 lists the guys did on the show.

The Next Level - 2.24.21

February 24, 2021 5:26 p.m.

It's a "One Word Wednesday" with the Next Level giving their one word to describe the Cavs win over the Hawks. They also talk about the Cavs future and if the draft lottery is it. The Refresh hears from JB Bickerstaff and talks about Collin Sexton missing the All-Star game. Betsy and Bridget stop by for "The Hit List" before the 5 at 5 goes over the best interviews in show history. They also talk about a crazy hypothetical of trading Baker Mayfield.

The Next Level - 2.23.21

February 23, 2021 5:34 p.m.

The guys talk about the Cavs and Indians with both teams in very different spots and ask- who the fans care more about at this point. They also talk about the Cavs possibly tanking and what the future may hold for them. The Refresh talks another JJ Watt tweet and the Cavs trying to end their losing streak. They discuss Francisco Lindor's comments before "Grind my Gears" and weird injuries. The 5 at 5 goes over the top show moments with some fun memories.

The Next Level - 2.22.21

February 22, 2021 5:41 p.m.

The guys react to seeing Francisco Lindor in a Mets uniform and the Cavs playing some really some really bad basketball. They also talk about how fans people think about the Dolan ownership and the Indians 2021 season. The Refresh talks about JJ Watt leaving some cryptic tweets and some Indians updates. "Reason or Excuse" hears from JB Bickerstaff and Terry Francona before ESPN Cleveland Browns analyst Tony Grossi joins for the hour to talk about Watt and another edition of "Yo Anthony".

The Next Level - 2.19.21

February 19, 2021 3:22 p.m.

Emmett Golden and The Wild Colt are in for this Fair or Foul Friday edition of The Next Level. The guys discuss whether it's fair to blame JB Bickerstaff for the Cavs' woes. What about GM Koby Altman? Bridget Linton joins for The Refresh before Bernie Kosar checks in with the guys for his weekly segment. Emmett has an update on something he's been waiting on for a long time, then Tony Grossi joins for his hour with the insiders to cover the JJ Watt saga, the moves the Browns could make that we are missing. Which positions could the team target in free agency versus the draft?

The Next Level - 2.18.21

February 18, 2021 3:24 p.m.

Emmett Golden and Matt Fontana discuss what will happen first between JJ Watt signing with a team or Andre Drummond is traded from the Cavs, and in honor of Hue Jackson joining RBS earlier, the guys discuss their favorite former Browns coach. The second hour kicks off with the Refresh, followed by Kinda Trippin before the guys discuss Video Game movies and streaming services in honor of the Mortal Kombat trailer dropping. Then, it's a Mortal Kombat themed Top 5 at 5 before some exciting news in the Marvel comics world. An astute observation is made regarding Cleveland's baseball team, Carson Wentz is on the move, and a little Buckeyes talk to close out the show.

The Next Level - 2.17.21

February 17, 2021 5:34 p.m.

It's a "One Word Wednesday" on The Next Level with the guys asking for one word to describe Odell Beckham's future in Cleveland. They discuss the trade rumors and where some of the Browns free agent dollars will need to go. They talk about the Cavs situation and hear from JB Bickerstaff in The Refresh. Bridget Linton stops by for the "Hit List" to talk about one of her favorite holidays and a new Kardashian boyfriend. The 5 at 5 goes through the guys top Cleveland athletes with Emmett ruffling some feathers.

The Next Level - 2.16.21

February 16, 2021 5:30 p.m.

The Next Level talk about the Cavs struggles after going winless on their west coast swing. They also talk about the Andre Drummond situation and if it has been handled poorly. The Refresh talks about JJ Watt's upcoming decision and another Odell Beckham trade rumor. "Grind my Gears" talks about online shopping and shipping before talking about snow issues. The 5 at 5 goes over the best trash talkers in history. The guys also share the coldest moments of their lives.

The Next Level - 2.15.21

February 15, 2021 5:21 p.m.

The Next Level reacts to the news that the Cavs will not be playing Andre Drummond until they trade him away. The guys ask if that is a good idea or bad idea. They also talk about the state of the Cavs and what the future will hold for the team. The Refresh talks about the JJ Watt sweepstakes and a former Indians player finding a new job. "Reason or Excuse" hears from JB Bickerstaff and Johnny Manziel. ESPN Cleveland Browns analyst Tony Grossi joins for the 3rd hour to talk about the Browns pursuit of JJ Watt and the rest of the defense.