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Sports Talk Center

Enjoy the Sports Talk Center podcast. Your host, Brian Goodwin, tries to inform listeners of the latest and most relevant stories in the sports world. If you like the podcast, please click over to the Sports Talk Center blog at to read posts and articles written by Brian.

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Jan 31, 2018

We break down what the Blake Griffin trade means for both the Clippers and the Pistons. What other deals may be on the horizon as the NBA trade deadline nears? We do some segments -- "Welcome Back" to the XFL and Vinnie Mac; "Baby Steps" in Tiger's return at Torrey Pines; "That Actually Happened" -- the NHL All-Star Game;...

Jan 27, 2018

Champ joins the show to talk about Green Bay Packer football, the NFL offseason, and the NFL's newest head coaching changes. We do some Bold Predictions and debut a new segment just for dads -- Dads Only.

Jan 25, 2018

The NBA All-Star rosters are out and we discuss what they got right and what they got wrong. We play Five Questions and examine who got snubbed. The drama in the association is at a peak state -- and we door best to explain some of it. And then there's Cleveland -- "Ground Zero" for the drama. And no one is more...

Jan 24, 2018

Jaguars let the AFC Title Game slip through their fingers. Why does Jacksonville get away from their first half game plan? Tom Brady is good at football. Danny Amendola is a stud. The Philly defense swarms Case Keenum and makes him look like.....(wait for it).... Case Keenum. Nick Foles airs the ball out and the...

Jan 20, 2018

We break down the two conference title games. We rank the jobs that have been filled so far in the NFL. And we switch gears and talk NBA by peeling back the drama that is unfolding in Cleveland. We also do some segments -- King of the World, Welcome Back, and Crossing Generational Lines