The Bridge Ep. 75: Justin “Clem” Clemenza joins the show to discuss the complete life and times of working for Barstool Sports

One of the best parts of doing this show is getting to chat with sports media personalities who provide content that is also part of my day-to-day routine, whether that comes in the form of writing, radio shows, podcasts and the like. Barstool Sports is on that list and covers all those bases as well,…


The Bridge Ep. 74: Eno Sarris, baseball and beer connoisseur, joined the show to discuss writing about baseball, writing about beer, some big picture topics in the MLB and more

After a week’s vacation for Independence Day, The Bridge returned with vengeance. That may sound a little strong, but you get the idea. While many members of the sports media are taking their well deserved vacations, this show is relishing at the chance to chat with the non-vacationers about what it’s like covering sports, not…


The Bridge Ep. 73: Brian Geltzeiler, founder of Hoops Critic and host on SiriusXM NBA Radio, joins the show to discuss immediate reactions to Phil Jackson and CP3, NBA free agency, the NBA Draft and more

The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, but thankfully, such was not the case this week in one of my favorite shows to date. Our plan was to chat some NBA Draft and take it easy this week, but when two of the biggest bombs of the NBA offseason dropped on the…


The Bridge Ep. 72: Robin Lundberg, sports radio and television savant, joined the show discuss how he got started in sports media, his shows on local and national radio, why LeBron is better than Jordan and much more

We could have focused yet another show on the NBA and previewed the draft. We didn’t. Instead, let’s talk sports radio and television, working at ESPN, sports media as a whole, why The King is better than the GOAT and much more. Before we get into Episode 72, as a reminder,┬áThe Bridge is broadcast as…


The Bridge Ep. 71: Oliver Maroney, NBA writer, joins the show to discuss the NBA Finals, team and player legacies, co-hosting the BIG3 show and more

The NBA Finals are finally over. Not to say that we should be happy about the NBA season being over, but that we don’t have to rehash the same storylines that have been talked about since last year’s Finals ended. The Golden Warriors won. LeBron did not. We might be getting used to saying that,…