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Tribe Beat: 92.3's TJ Zuppe joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss the mood in the clubhouse with the team playing well again, how comfortable a 5 game lead is in the central, the offense continuing to look tremendous, and more. Zuppe joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to discuss the one thing that has surprised him most about this year's Indians team.
Scott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss his thoughts from the Browns' first preseason match up in Green Bay, including the odds that Robert Griffin III could return to his ROY form, the offensive line needing a lot more work, and more. Plus, does he agree with Carman's notion that the Indians we saw over the weekend are the "real" Indians?
Sam Rutigliano joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima in the first 2016 edition of The Coach Sam Show brought to you by the safety experts at SCT, Ohio’s one stop shop for occupational safety and health services.
Our own Browns beat reporter, Daryl Ruiter, joins the show to react to the Browns season opener and he doesn't have any concerns regarding starting quarterback RG3 because he says if the line blocks like it did Friday night it doesn't matter who's playing quarterback for Hue Jackson.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is surely the beginning of the end as two big brands battle for box office supremacy with little thought for niceties such as plot, character or wit.
Worse still, this superhero-smorgasbord directed by Zack Snyder melts into an electric soup of CGI.
Effects are so overused that any conviction explodes in a giant fireball — indeed endless fireballs. This is a shame because the latest Batman, played by Ben Affleck, is compelling, particularly compared with Henry Cavill’s rather wooden Superman.
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