Tuesday, August 15, 2017
For this episode we jumped in the car and headed to Berea Ohio to see
the 2017 Cleveland Browns practice, and it was awesome! We start of the
episode in the car hitting I-79 from Morgantown WV to Cleveland. Once we
arrived at the practice facility we into what felt like a amusement
park for football, full of food and local business vendor trucks,
merchandise shops, interactive games like the 40 yard dash where you can
clock your time, it was overwhelmingly good for Brown fans like us. The
best part was watching up close the players on the team, things you
dont get to see in little video clips by national TV sport shows.
Without this trip Im sure we would feel like Deshone Kizer is the best
QB in camp based off the NFL & ESPN Network highlights, but the real
eye test showd at the time, and this practice day that Brock Osweiller
looked the best. Also the size of these players you can not really get
until you see it in person, that goes for both extremes, for example
Myles Garrett is incredibly big, but Cory Coleman looked smaller than
what I thought.
Really enjoyed seeing Greg Williams coach in action,
he lived up to the hype. Honestly I wish I could go to all the Browns
practices, i envy the citizens of Berea Ohio. The pro shop with Browns
merchandise was very cool, but expensive, but some really cool stuff. I
had a hot dog and nachos while I was there from one of the vending
trucks, it was really good. Once we left the practice, right down the
street was a resteraunt that one of the parking attendants told us to
try called The Beer Garden https://www.facebook.com/MiddleburgBr...
it was extremely delicious, the decor was amazing, really did not want
to leave that place. So once we got back on the road after attending
practice and having some great food is when we started to record for
this weeks episode. We recapped the first preseason game vs the New
Orleans Saints, we also talked about what stood out to us about the
practice we just observed, we also talked about the quarterback
competition, and our on going debate about Kenny Britt and much more.
Hope you like this episode, and see you next week.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
In this week of Browns In Our Blood which is hosted by Anthony Sellers and Eric Jordan, they talk about Brock Osweiler getting the start for the first preseason game against the New Orleans Saints. They also talk about Isaiah Crowell contract year, year two with coach Hue Jackson, and expectations of this first preseason game against the new orleans saints.
This video series airs weekly every Wednesday at 4PM.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Browns In our Blood is a weekly Cleveland Browns video series hosted by Anthony Sellers and Eric Jordan. This is the first episode of the 2017 season. This episode was shot at Barside Grill and Hot Spot in Westover, West Virginia.
This shows airs every Wednesday at 4PM.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Sports podcasting! Lane Lemon and I (Kelen Conley or the non-Fro) sat down to talk about the latest developments in NBA free agency including where Kyrie goes if the Cavs trade him, if the Celtics closed the gap on beating LeBron, how good could Minnesota be next season, and how long until Lavar Ball joinz Lonzo on the Lakers. Then we give you your super early preview to the 2017 NFL season as Lane predicts division winners (I try, I promise) and we both make our Super Bowl picks and winners. For our first episode, I manage to be a decent Enzo to Lane's Cass!
NBA - 1:49
NFL - 35:09
Super Bowl Predictions - 1:38:20
Monday, July 17, 2017
In an episode that had to happen, THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST tackles what has now come to be known as 4:44, Jay-Z’s latest album. Joining me for the ride once again is Marcus “ShowinmadLov” Robinson as we break down the road Jay took to get to this album and pretty much review it track-by-track. Is it a classic on the level of Reasonable Doubt and The Blueprint? Or did Hov throw Tidal fueled bricks a la Kingdom Come? I also offer a very special apology to someone who I've trashed pretty heavily throughout the first 34 episodes of the show. After our lengthy review, we give our spoiler free thoughts on Spider-Man: Homecoming, talk about the hopes of the NBA's Eastern Conference going into next season, and then find out that a Jay-Z song exists called Hyphen Hater. So who's ready for the next Memphis Bleek album?!
Episode #35: Bobby Shmurda Anybody Ya Heard Of (Costarring Marcus “ShowinmadLov” Robinson)
Friday, May 12, 2017
I took to Twitter to defend the honor of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly recently. I was told in no uncertain terms that the gentleman who I defended TPAB against was coming to discuss this issue at length on THE WORLD’S GREATEST PODCAST. That gentleman happened to be Marcus ShowinmadLov Robinson, sponsor of the show through his own website themarcrob dot wordpress dot com, so I was more than happy to oblige. He brought beer. We started talking. We eventually got down to our sides of the TPAB/DAMN. argument. We delved into the Drake side of things at length. There may be long musical interludes. We spent the first hour talking about a whole list of topics. When I signed off, we had a two hour podcast. Should I break it up? NAH. We live baby. I proudly give you the Charles Barkley episode of Hyphen Nation. SC6 is a disappointment.
Sunday, April 30, 2017
So now that I've restored some sort of order to bhyphendotcom, THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST returns. After a PSA, I talk about why awards shows matter when they really shouldn't, I discuss how I may be the softest podcast host out after how I reacted to Logan, I try to remind everyone that X2 was really, really good, and I ask if there's a point where I have to get out of the superhero film game as the cast ages out. I also make sure to keep my top hater status intact and I almost make it the entire show without mentioning a certain Mrs. Carter. I'm really enjoying this House Of Horrors match between Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton.