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Anybody Watch the Browns Postgame Show on WOIO?

Unread postby c11058 » Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:41 pm

What happened to Bob Golic? The guys is one of the hosts of this show and he's on air with bruising and cuts on his face and appears to be missing some lower teeth...

If he was in a car accident or bar fight, whatever, why do they have him on air?

Golic is an old school voice of the Browns and he's got an opinion on everything. He's got a very good insight on the NFL game but geez, to put him on TV with that look is hard to believe.
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Re: Anybody Watch the Browns Postgame Show on WOIO?

Unread postby noles1 » Sun Sep 25, 2011 11:52 pm

Hanford looked and sounded high and borderline coked up.

Golic was an utter mess and his face was genuinely purple and swollen from the bruises. After taking what I would imagine thousands of Twitter questions he tried to say it was from his son in the backyard teaching him how to be a lineman or some shit. Sorry, not buying it. Not to mention he sounded loaded and was on a persietent tirade throughout the broadcast. That and his outfit was thrown together with stains on his sportcoat and an unbuttoned polo making him look like a near bum.

The host looked terrified at times and seemed like he was trying to herd kittens with those two bufoons babbling on with hideous takes. Hanford stole Rizzos stupid Hillis-contract thought and tried to throw it out there as well, obviously between lines during the commerical break.

All in all, great television for the mocking view and hilarity of the utter stupidity of those bumbling clowns.
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Re: Anybody Watch the Browns Postgame Show on WOIO?

Unread postby Larvell Blanks » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:22 am

He's a far cry from his prime on SBTB:The College Years

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Re: Anybody Watch the Browns Postgame Show on WOIO?

Unread postby c11058 » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:50 am

Well said, Notes...

Also, the Golic pics are great. Both of them look a ton better than he did on TV Sunday. What an embarassment.
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