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Darrell Dawkins famous backboard breaking dunk
Here are some pictures of Brooke Hundley, mistress of ESPN's Steve Phillips







Czaban golfs with Morgan Pressel


Czaban played against LPGA star Morgan Pressel in Mac Macdonald's charity golf tournament to benefit children's cancer research.









We had perhaps our hottest guest ever on today. Model/actress Joanna Krupa was on. She'll be Terrell Owens partner on ABC's Superstars TV show. The podcast is in our Audio Vault section

The San Diego Chicken may be retiring. Here are some hilites of him.
We talked about famous pipe smokers today. Here are a few for you:



Santa Claus




General Mcarthur



Hugh Hefner



Sherlock Holmes




Mark Twain


Mean Joe Greene coke commercial
30th Anniversary of the Miracle at the Meadowlands
WKRP in Cincinnati - Turkey episode
Czaban and Andy with their "we" and "they" T-shirts


Czaban likes to refer to the Redskins as "we" while Andy only refers to them as "they"





Steve Czaban
Steve is a native Washingtonian and has worked in sports talk radio for the last eleven years. He worked at WTEM in 1993 anchoring Team Tickers before he took a full time job with national radio network One-on-One Sports. A graduate of UC Santa Barbara, Steve has worked for WFNZ in Charlotte where his afternoon show was named "Best Radio Show". Steve continues to serve as a sports personality for WLZR in Milwaukee.  Czabe is also the Host for the Nationally Syndicated radio sports show, "First Team on Fox." on Fox Sports Radio.

Andy Pollin
Andy has been broadcasting sports on the radio for more than 20 years. From his start as Sports Director of KPAC-AM in Port Arthur, Texas at the age of 19 to his current job as Sports Director of WTEM, Pollin has experienced everything that makes up sports radio. His stops have included WOAI in San Antonio, WFAA in Dallas, the UPI Radio Network and the Associated Press Radio Network. He is most proud of his work in launching two successful all-sports stations. In 1987, Pollin was part of the original staff on WFAN in New York. Originally hired as the morning drive updater, he spent five years in a variety of jobs at The Fan, including beat reporting and hosting talk shows. In 1992 Pollin returned to his native Washington, DC to launch WTEM. His work has included two AIR awards as host of Redskins pre-game programming.


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