The Clog

The Pittsburgh Pirates won a game in the playoffs for the first time since 1992. It all felt a lot more natural than it should've. Let's try to be cool about this, somehow.

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... it's a nice idea, and easy to get excited about with baseball's playoffs coming up, but that's about it. And yes, we have charts.

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Another week, another installment of the streaming football podcast-y thing that is decidedly not hosted by Ron Jaworski, Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico.

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Help us answer an age-old debate (we're not embracing it, we promise) -- Which do we need more to survive as a culture: Football or Beer?

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... because we are after all running out of September, and there isn't an issue yet. It's coming. It will be good. And it will be here soon.

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The Pittsburgh Pirates will be in the playoffs. Everyone is welcome back into the cathedral, the exorcism is over.

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Here, in podcast form, is Footballz.org, a healthy, live-streaming audio alternative to listening to ESPN's broadcasters talk during Monday Night Football.

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And it's exactly as loud and tacky and complicated as it sounds. 

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SYH

#MULTIPLE#

As stupid late-night Twitter games go, Spoonerizing baseball player names -- Bob Welch --> Wob Belch, and that sort of thing -- is pretty good. Now, finally, finally, a spoonerism-crazed nation has the caseball bards it craves.

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The founder of Bleacher Report is a goon for the ages, but got very rich because he founded Bleacher Report. He's working on a woman-centric website now, and is no less goonish than he ever was. So why, beyond his goonishness and ridiculous wealth, is Bryan Goldberg so vexing?

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