Andre and Zac are old men, so naturally they bitch about the weather. They also talk some Cavs, discuss reasonable expectations for the Browns, argue about rookie quarterbacks and then dive into some Glory Days stories, presented by American Fireworks.
Andre and Zac talk LeBron's mysterious off night, managing humans vs. managing games and what the Basketball Gods think about this NBA Playoffs.
Andre and Zac are back! In this edition they discuss LeBron's impact outside of basketball, the Cavs-Goodyear relationship, why it's not a good idea to claim on the radio that NFL players are drug users and argue about whether Andre could make 6-of-10 free throws right now with no warmup.
Andre and Zac are back. In Toronto, Andre delivers the baseball minute. Back at home, Zac discusses his interview with Andrew Berry of the Browns, and the guys chat about what's ahead for the Cavs, what good organizations do and Big Baller Brand.
Andre and Zac go long -- and long-winded, per usual -- on LeBron's brilliance. ESPN's layoffs, the future of sports media, the Kentucky Derby and a whole bunch more.
Andre and Zac dive into the way the Browns approached the first round of the NFL Draft, their predictable tradedown and the three picks they added to the roster. They mix in a little baseball talk as well as some Gareon Conley discussion.
Andre and Zac discuss the Cavs' sweep, why Frankie Lindor isn't sweating a new deal, the lingering quarterback question and more. Then, ESPN college basketball analyst and Indianapolis radio host Dan Dakich discusses why he'll never disparage LeBron again, why he doesn't miss coaching and the overall state of college basketball.
Andre and Zac are back! They relive the Cavaliers' epic comeback win, talk a little NFL schedule, ask an important Instagram-related question and generally just blab, per usual.
Andre and Zac discuss the Indians' hot start, whether the truly great athletes are born with their gifts, LeBron restoring order in the Eastern Conference and more.
Former Browns special teams demon Joshua Cribbs joins the podcast. Cribbs plays a little Glory Days, recounts his early days of trying to make the team, discusses where he is physically and mentally as takes on the next phase of his life and tells a classic story about his first college run-in with James Harrison.
Andre is back from spring training and ready to head out for 162 (+) with the local ballclub. Andre and Zac discuss the Indians, expectations and pressures, plus The Masters, The Final Four and everything else that makes April a great sports month.
Andre and Zac are back, and they discuss the home stretch of spring training, why a Browns owner would ever vote for relocation, college basketball coaching changes and if you should press the panic button regarding the Cavs.
Andre and Zac show off the full powers of their short attention spans as they bounce from mid-major basketball to a rising star in spring training with the Indians and eventually discuss the rest issue that's become an NBA hot topic. Andre has some thoughts on certified whacko LaVar Ball, too.
Andre and Zac finally have their Terrelle Pryor debate. They also argue and about discuss team building, record high temperatures in Arizona vs. Cleveland snowstorms and the value of pass-rushers in today's NFL. They close the podcast with Andre and Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona discussing why he loves college basketball and the single-elimination format of the NCAA tournament.
Andre is sunning himself in Arizona. Zac is freezing his ass off in Ohio, and the guys discuss their situations, the NCAA tournament bracket, seeds vs. bodies of work and what the Browns did -- and didn't do -- in the initial wave of free agency.
Andre and Zac are back. With Andre in Arizona for spring training, they touch upon how the Indians are dealing with increased expectations. With Zac on his couch back in Akron, they talk about college basketball conference tournaments and the start of the NFL's free agent negotiation period.
Andre and Zac discuss the start of the NFL Scouting Combine, what Kevin Durant's injury might and might not mean to the rest of the NBA season, wonder if the Cavs are Cleveland's most talented team ever and look back 10 years ago to what really out of nowhere became one of Cleveland's most magical sports years.
Andre is packing his small clothes into a big bag for spring training, but before he departs he and Zac look ahead to the handshakes and hypotheticals of the NFL Scouting Combine. They debate the price of a franchise quarterback and discuss what really can be gained from spending a few days in Indy.
Andre and Zac try to make sense of the DeMarcus Cousins trade, relate it to other situations, touch on what the Browns are battling in their negotiations with Terrelle Pryor and -- as usual -- bust out a healthy round of fat jokes.
UFC Heavyweight Champion Stipe Miocic joins the A to Z Podcast. Miocic discusses his newfound celebrity, guys with "beer muscles," training for his May 13 title defense, keeping his "real job" as a firefighter and his love for Swenson's cheeseburgers.
Andre and Zac rap about the Grammys, Bob Huggins and Kevin Love's knee issue. Then, they bring on longtime FOX 8 sportscaster John Telich, who talks about Cleveland's most colorful athletes, the changing business of sports journalism, covering a championship parade and listening to Chance The Rapper.
Former NFL offensive lineman LeCharles Bentley joins the show to talk about his O-line performance school, his last ride out of the NFL, if his five sons are equipped to play football, how O-line play has changed and a whole lot more. Buckle up -- and bring a thesaurus.
Andre and Zac recap a Super Bowl for the ages, wonder how Terrell Owens didn't even make the cut in the Hall of Fame voting and argue about the Cavs, Iman Shumpert and the possibility of some team trading for Carmelo Anthony.
Andre and Zac are back, and they discuss molding young minds, Charles Barkley vs. Grandpa LeBron and the complicated word "legacy." Later in the show, Ohio University basketball coach Saul Phillips -- the show's new favorite "Wacky Uncle" -- comes on talk about his career, recruiting, PalmerFest and everything else that makes Athens, Ohio great.
Andre and Zac are back! They discuss the flu bug, Brent Musberger's last broadcast, Zac actually getting his Super Bowl prediction right, the rise of Julian Edelman and much more.