All posts by Charlie

Brent Musburger Shares My Romo Criticism

If you’ve read my blog posts throughout the years, you know I’m a big Brent Musburger guy. I enjoyed him until he finished up last season, and Saturday nights are still not the same. Chris Fowler is okay, but he’s almost too polished out there.

Jon Lester Would Like Us Not To Talk About Nachos

This week’s key phrase across all platforms would be ‘stick to sports.’ It’s going to be overused until the end of time. Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester got back on track tonight against their rival St. Louis Cardinals and helped his team get one game

Brewers Show They’re Not Ready For Primetime

Milwaukee Brewers came into the series against Chicago Cubs trailing by 3.5 games. They knew to win the National League Central, it would take winning three out of four or sweeping the hated rivals from the south. That did not happen. Instead, Milwaukee ended up

Star Ratings: Bengals-Packers

Green Bay Packers survived the Cincinnati Bengals, 27-24 in overtime yesterday. Green Bay had their first overtime win since 2007, and Aaron Rodgers cured a lot of demons on Sunday afternoon. It was the first time the Packers star quarterback beat Cincinnati, won a game

Tony Romo Falls Short of the Hype

For two weeks, I saw on Twitter and on podcasts the media give Tony Romo all of the kudos in the world. Therefore, I looked forward to him calling the Cincinnati Bengals-Green Bay Packers game. I would get to see firsthand of what kind of

Donald Trump Amplified the Sports Culture War

When I heard President Donald Trump’s comments on Friday night, I did a double take but did not expect to have what happened on Saturday to Sunday with the owners and players being united as one. This topic stayed with me all weekend including a

Cubs Gutpunch Brewers To Take A Commanding Lead

If you ever played golf, you’ve envisioned a perfect shot before actually swinging it. Usually what happens is you end up missing poorly, and the shot doesn’t come close to how you saw it in your head. That was me at Miller Park last night

Packers Trial By Fire: The Kevin King Edition

If you think about it, Green Bay enjoyed having rookie cornerbacks on their roster. Casey Hayward had a dynamic rookie year where he had six interceptions, and people thought he should be considered for Defensive Rookie of the Year. Even though he’s a sieve in

PODCAST: The Hunt For October Baseball

Tapping The Keg podcast episode 254 is live for your eardrums as Charlie and Mitch bring you the best in the week from the state of Wisconsin. Podcast focuses on two things truly – One being the Green Bay Packers, the other being the Milwaukee

Kevin Durant’s Apology For Social Antics Isn’t Enough

Kevin Durant took center stage at TechCrunch in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon, and Durant had to atone for what happened on social media earlier in the week. Durant offered up an apology of sorts to the moderator. First off, I’ll give the NBA superstar