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Two lifelong Bills fans, Adam Augustyn and Zac Hirschbeck exchanged their thoughts on the teams pending ownership change, the upcoming NFL draft, and their hopes for the coming season.
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The first round of the NFL Draft starts tonight at 8 PM. Coverage will be held on ESPN, ESPN2, and the NFL Network. To help preview the long-awaited “action” tonight, I’ve polled five incredible gentleman (and Butter Lamb contributors) as to how they see the first round playing out for the Buffalo Bills. Here are their thoughts:
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Three “television enthusiasts,” the dynamic brother-sister duo of Marci and Rusty Buehler and Zac Hirschbeck, watch Game of Thrones each Sunday night and exchange their thoughts on the show’s happenings.
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First off, ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED??
Round 1 of these NBA playoffs proved to be the most riveting and captivating opening round in recent memory. With top seeds being placed on the brink of elimination and miscellaneous drama ranging from DeJuan Blair and Zach Randolph’s on court anger to a certain racist, white owner’s anger off the court, there has been no shortage of conversation worthy material as the post season came in hot. While I did predict entertainment to be a major part of the first round, I admit to several shortcomings.
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The Mid-Carder is a podcast featuring two longtime friends and professional wrestling fans, Matt Chase and Zac Hirschbeck.
In the inaugural episode, Matt and Zac discuss what has taken place since WrestleMania, the upcoming Extreme Rules pay-per-view, and where they envision the company being come SummerSlam.
The Hi Mom Podcast is a brother/sister duo that discusses pop culture, movies, TV and more with a humor and enthusiasm that makes their mother proud.
Rusty and Marci talk Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and discuss casting for the upcoming Star Wars movies. They also pick their dream cast for Fox’s 2015 live production of Grease!
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David Stern spent 30 years as the NBA Commissioner. He presided over a number of different controversies: “rigged” draft lotteries, questionable playoff suspensions, the implementation of a dress code, his own involvement within an ownership change, vetoing blockbuster trades and of course, two lockout-shortened seasons.
Adam Silver has spent 88 days as the new NBA Commissioner. He arguably just dealt with a situation that trumps all that Stern experienced.