Andy Baskin from 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland and WEWS-TV joins Nate & Patrick on this Memorial Day edition of the B-Straw & Pauly G Show to talk about LeBron James’s incredible Game 3 performance. They also get into Andy’s conspiracy theory as to how Brian Hoyer was ousted from the Browns.
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Paul Gallant recaps the Texans 23 – 7 victory over the Browns in Cleveland.
With Ryan Mallett at the helm, J.J. Watt caught his second touchdown of the year and the Texans picked up their fifth win.
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The Texans head coach touched on new starting QB Ryan Mallett and the team’s upcoming game with the 6-3 Browns.
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Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Louisville and Cleveland. First they flew to Louisville to talk to Jason Sobel of the Golf Channel about the PGA Championship. He discussed Rory McIlroy as a player and a person. He thinks it is a good sign for golf that even without Tiger Woods involved, it was still a very interesting competition. Then they traveled over to Cleveland to talk to Daryl Ruiter, 92.3 The Fan, about Johnny Manziel’s debut game. He discussed how the coach and the fans are reacting to the way Manziel played on his first outing. Ruiter said the competition between Brian Hoyer and Manziel seems to be pretty friendly as all the players want the best quarterback on the field playing for them.