Tapping The Keg podcast returns again with a sadder start than usual as Mitch and I begin the show talking about the death of Jose Fernandez. We also reflect a bit on Arnold Palmer before I give Mitch a crash course on the Ryder Cup.
“Very bluntly, Milwaukee is the most segregated, racist place I’ve ever experienced in my life. It just is a place that is antiquated. It is in desperate need of repair and has happened for a long, long time. One of our messages and one of
Milwaukee Bucks fans only had 24 hours and change to celebrate Giannis Antetokounmpo’s extension before shit the hit the fan with the 2016-2017 season. They announced in a preseason workout that Khris Middleton tore his hamstring and will require surgery. He will be out for
Murph joins us to rehash what happened in the Green Bay-Minnesota game. He explains why the game doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. I try to provide some optimism while Mitch tries to make sure we don’t see some of the problems with
Giannis Antetokounmpo is the star of the Milwaukee Bucks. The second half of last season was an eye-opening experience for all Bucks fans. He looked like Magic Johnson on steroids and sent out a warning shot to the rest of the league. He’s completely unguardable
Mitch and I recap a wedding we were both at this weekend. We also look at what the Packers did, what’s ahead for them plus how does David Bakhtiari’s deal shape the future of this offensive line. We also talk about Bob Nightengale’s confidence about
Jabari Parker donned a Colin Kaepernick jersey on Instagram today showing support for the 49ers quarterback. Parker spoke out this summer regarding the gun violence in Chicago, and how he wanted to solve the problem of keeping young kids off the street. Additionally, he said