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January 23: It's A Mirage, It's A Sabotage

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Pop some bottles and leap for joy. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show celebrates its two year anniversary. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo have been conquering your ears for two full seasons of the HBS. Didn't think they'd last, did ya? Well haters, you're wrong again. 

Following the fireworks, your favorite sports genius' get back to business, sports talk (and of course explaining their asinine lives). This week we've got a battle of buffoonery! Pro Football Hall of Fame candidate and career Oakland Raider - Tim Brown  vs Journeyman coach and former AFC champion head coach of Brown's Raiders - Bill Callahan. Is sabotage an acceptable term to be used for Bill's game plan for a Super Bowl XXXVIII loss to Tampa? We enter Mike's wheel house with another asinine conspiracy. 

Now for a Super Bowl of present day. Who has the upper-hand in Super Bowl XLVII's matchup of the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens. "A Battle of Brothers" is the obvious headline being blasted. But what storyline is being lost? FYI: Mike is incredibly furious about this. An angry Buzz-saw always makes for an entertaining show. 

A moratorium is lifted, as Mike D'Antoni keeps outdoing himself for asininity. The guy just won't quit acting a fool. Is he trying to get fired? Is this revenge on the Lakers for all the playoff exits while he coached the Suns? Why does he hate Pau Gasol? And more seriously, will things ever be corrected in LA? Talk radio sure hopes the answer to the last question is a big NO. 

Hockey and a Manti Te'o followup will conclude this anniversary broadcast. Here's to another two years of the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquering sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

 

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