Category: ESPN Radio Milwaukee

Packers vs. Giants: Aaron Rodgers Prepares Green Bay for Repeat Super Bowl Run while Team Mourns Tragedy Beset upon Joe Philbin’s Family

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

A season ago the Green Bay Packers seemed to come together in the face of adversity during their run to the Super Bowl. They had numerous players on Injured Reserve and the hurdles they had to clear were numerous. Through it all, the Packers persevered and still won the Championship. Adversity ...

Doug Melvin Delivers an Early Christmas Present to Milwaukee

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

While it didn’t get the same headlines as Cliff Lee choosing to go to Philadelphia, the move the Brewers just made over the weekend to acquire former Cy Young Award winner Zack Greinke from Kansas City could have a similar impact in the National League Central. The Royals have been ...

Aaron Rodgers Ranks Tom Brady “Best by Far” and Thinks Tony Kornheiser is “Terrible”

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Former Monday Night football commentator and Brett Favre aficionado Tony Kornheiser may only focus on a different era of the Green Bay Packers, but I'm not looking back. I'm a cheesehead - it's really the only team that I care about - and Aaron Rodgers is my leader. Admittedly, I ...

Doug Melvin On The Streaking Brew Crew, Losing Rickie Weeks

Monday, May 18th, 2009

The Milwaukee Brewers are hitting their stride quite a bit earlier this year than they did in 2007, when it took a late summer charge for the Brewers to get on a roll. Despite losing C.C. Sabathia to the Yankees this offseason and seeing their other ace, Ben Sheets, not ...

Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy On His Team’s 2009 Schedule

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

Nothing comes easy in the National Football League. Not yards, starting jobs, TD drives, and certainly not wins or playoff berths. But if you're the Green Bay Packers, you have to feel pretty good about the 2009 schedule that was released yesterday.  Notice anything after taking a gander at the ...

If Only He Had Smaller Feet

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Chris Webber is known for the timeout.  Jim Marshall is known for running the ball into the wrong endzone.  Both great players, but remembered more for their huge gaffe than their play on the court and on the field.  While the pro career of Lazar Hayward of Marquette is up ...

Bud Selig On A-Rod, The WBC, And The 2009 Season

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

With just a week to go until Open Day 2009 in Major League Baseball, let's check in with commissioner Bud Selig to get his take on the landscape of the game, as well as his thoughts on the World Baseball Classic and other topics. Selig joined ESPN Radio Milwaukee late ...

Checking In With The March Madness Pundits

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

You're going to be hearing and seeing plenty of Seth Davis, Dick Vitale, Andy Katz, and Fran Fraschilla over the course of the next month on either ESPN or CBS. So why not familiarize ourselves with what they expect to shakedown in this year's version of March Madness sooner rather ...

SRIs 1st Annual MLB Spring Training Round-Up: National League Central Edition

Friday, March 13th, 2009

SRI continues its spring training audio round up with a look at the National League Central, one of the more quality divisions in baseball last year thanks to St. Louis playing much better ball than expected, and a late season barrage of victories from the Houston Astros. Lou Piniella and ...

Erin Andrews on Erin Andrews

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

  Erin Andrews has become a cultural phenomena.  If you type in her name on Google, there are 688,000 results for her.  That's insane.  She's a sideline reporter!  The most pointless job in all of broadcasting.  One out of every one hundred sideline interviews is either interesting or informative. The rest give us ...