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Ryu goest to Japan to shoot some baseball and having a thought on figure skating. Matt is still shooting hockey and missing a shoot because he’s old and forgetful. Oh and Alabama v Clemson v SI.
Winter. 3 entries. You guys have been bad. Now get us some more. More people should participate, because it’s, you know, free. For your next assignment, you are responsible for …
… close ups. Faces, equipment, anything that is related to sports, but we want details here. So don’t give us anything that is digitally enhanced (ie cropping). Get closer. Good luck.
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We reviewed the works of Vladimir Rys.
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Our producer Robb Massar
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One thought on “Podcast: EP 61 – Bye Bye SI”
Hi Guys, the links to the MP3 are not working ;-)