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Former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch / (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch / (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

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Kiley & Booms

Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

6:05 - The Browns released defensive end Frostee Rucker yesterday to avoid paying him a bonus due today if he was still on the roster. In his one year with the Browns, Rucker started all 16 games at right end and totaled 48 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble. Kiley and Booms discussed this most recent move from the Browns front office.


7:24 - Today is National Signing Day for high school athletes to decide where they want to continue their academic and athletic careers. Kiley and Booms discussed the recruitment process, and if you’re a parent, where should your priorities lie when the school is giving their pitch.


8:03 - Fox 8’s John Telich called in to talk with the guys about NCAA’s National Signing Day and the Cavs and the recent additions to the roster..


8:44 - The Cavs play the Charlotte Bobcats tonight at the Q. The Bobcats, formerly the Hornets, are under the team’s second name, as the original team moved to New Orleans. The New Orleans Hornets will be the New Orleans Pelicans next season, which brought up a debate on whether you would like to go back to your team’s original name, or to start fresh with a new identity.


9:44 - Neil Bergquist, the director at SURF Incubator, called in from Seattle to talk about the Guinness World Record snowball fight Neil organized. Neil talked about how they had to have several thousand pounds of snow trucked in from the mountains to provide enough snow for the fight. Neil spoke about the different sponsors for the event, who each had built their own snow fort during the melee.


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