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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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Jul 25, 2021

On today's special Weekend Show, Brian runs thru various sports topics: Aaron Rodgers retirement report, the Olympics are boring (sorry), Bruce Arians is Teddy Roosevelt, Cole Beasely versus Jerry Hughes in Buffalo, the Giannis stories continue, and the STC MLB team of 2021 is on fire (not in the bottom three in the...

Jul 22, 2021

The Milwaukee Bucks are NBA Champions. Giannis is a monster, and Brian examines his Game 6 performance as well as his historic Finals run. How will we view these Finals? What's Giannis' legacy trending towards and where is here right now among the league's best? We wrap up by looking at other winners from the Finals.

Jul 20, 2021

On today's show, we look back at Game 5 of the NBA Finals -- Jrue's steal, Middleton's offense, Giannis being Giannis. Plus, Brian discusses how the Bucks have come into their own right before our eyes during these playoffs, going back to Game 5 at Brooklyn. Then, we look to Game 6 and what needs to happen for the Bucks...

Jul 18, 2021

Champ returns to the show to help with divisional breakdowns in the NFL. The AFC North: The guys talk about quarterback play in Cleveland and Baltimore; how expectations with the Browns have changed; why the Bengals have a bright future; and why a rebuild in Pittsburgh might be happening sooner than we think. The NFC...

Jul 16, 2021

Today, we open with Brian giving his thoughts on poor Bryson and his problem with his driver. Then, the Bucks have evened the NBA Finals thanks to The Block and Middleton's 40-point Game 4. How'd we get here and what's next as the series transitions back to Phoenix for Saturday night's pivotal Game 5.