Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

We tried normal...it didn't work. Comedy. Sports. Everything Pittsburgh.

Episodes

December 8, 2022 139 min
Big Cat is onboard with Kenny Pickett, Missi Matthews on the George Pickens saga, comedian Ian Fidance is all Philly all the time, and Bill and Randy have their Pick 6 for Week 14
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Bill stumbles upon a great slogan for a cologne, Merril Hoge recalls an incompletion ruled a catch that still bothers him to this day, and Bill saves the day for his dad after finding a bunch of burnt 'aht Christmas lights.
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Charlie Batch looks back ten years after his iconic win over the Ravens in his final start as a NFL QB, Gene Steratore takes full advantage of halftime, and Billy Gardell reviews some of TV's best theme songs.
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The Steelers win back to back games for the first time this season after outlasting the Falcons in Atlanta yesterday, 19-16. Stan Savran, Tim Benz, and Gerry Dulac breakdown all the action from another grinding win thanks to some outstanding Special Teams play. Plus, how do you decorate for the holidays?
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Dave Dameshek thinks Kenny Pickett and George Pickens have the potential to be among the best QB-WR duos in the league, Bill and Randy have their Pick 6 for Week 13, Sean Collier reviews a Christmas movie that's been in the making for twenty four years, Randy couldn't look away from the Ronnie James Dio documentary, and more
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PFT Commenter annoyed English soccer fans in Qatar, Jack and Mike from Greenfield's Finest pod return with a new edition of Gear Grinders, Steve Byrne has a new hour out called "The Last Late Night," Scott Blasey performs in a Virtual Coffeehouse and more
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Jeff Konkle attended his high school reunion over the break, Merril Hoge is encouraged by the Steelers running game and Kenny Pickett's progression after Monday night, and Mark Madden won't bet on Team USA after their qualifying win over Iran yesterday. Plus, would you rather buy someone a practical gift or a gag gift?
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Gene Steratore likes what he saw from Kenny Pickett last night during the Steelers 24-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football. Charlie Batch warns Steeler Nation that Kenny's progressions only means Matt Canada is more likely to come back next year. Plus, a Power Hour with Stan Savran and more.
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Welcome back to the work week post-Thanksgiving break! The Steelers take on the Colts tonight on Monday Night Football in a game ESPN has been tirelessly promoting. Plus, Bill's cold plunges in Deep Creek on Thanksgiving, what to do with all that charcuterie, what your betting habits say about you, and more.
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Big Cat from Pardon My Take has his own line of coffee out right now as well as a few revisions for Thanksgiving dinner. Merril Hoge had to resort to buying a turkey this year instead of hunting one. Plus, Bill and Randy's Pick 6 for Thanksgiving Day, Mark Madden, Melinda Colazzi in a virtual coffeehouse and more
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Gene Steratore remembers what it's like to spend Thanksgiving on the road during the NFL season, Billy Gardell shares some wise words from his dad, and Charlie Batch's wife Tasha has the best mac n cheese recipe around
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Tim Benz, Gerry Dulac, and Stan Savran break down yesterday's 37-30 loss against the Bengals and what's to make of the rest of the season now that there is no hope for the playoffs. Plus, Buck Darma of Blue Oyster Cult is the working man's rockstar, and Elton John bids farewell to America at Dodger Stadium.
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There's no tanking in Pittsburgh, and Dave Dameshek believes a win this weekend vs Cincy could provide the spark Steeler Nation needs. Buffalo Rose have a new album out today called 'Again, Again, Again' and they'll be headlining at the Thunderbird tonight in Lawrenceville. Plus, Sean Collier's movie reviews and more
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PFT Commenter will be attending the World Cup next week in Qatar, and dodging numerous vices for his own safety. Plus, Missi Matthews bundles up for Sundays bitter color rush matchup between the Bengals and Steelers, and Bill and Randy have their Pick 6 in for Week 11.
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Merril Hoge remembers his introduction to the Steelers organization at the twilight of so many legendary careers including Mike Webster, Franco Harris, and John Stallworth. Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle attended his high school reunion and was reminded what it was like to be a true cool kid. Plus, the Super Genius Mark Madden will only attend the Hall of Honor Museum once Kenny Pickett is inducted, and the Tomlin Translator gets to the...
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Steely McBeam returns with a master plan to rid Acrisure Stadium of pigeons once and for all, Gene Steratore comments on last night's whacky roughing the passer call, and Charlie Batch recounts a few plays Kenny Pickett has to make moving forward.
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Tim Benz and Gerry Dulac break down yesterday's win vs New Orleans, plus a Power Hour with Stan Savran.
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The Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is now open to the public and the DVE Morning Show was there today to take it all in. Heath Miller, Ben Roethlisberger, Art Rooney II and Stan Savran join the show as well to honor and remember the Steelers legacy from it's inception to present day.
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Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger joined the DVE Morning Show to remember some of his favorite Heath Miller moments ahead of Heath's induction into the Steelers Hall of Honor this weekend.
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Steelers Tight End Heath Miller reflects on some of his favorite moments in the Black and Gold ahead of his induction into the Steelers Hall of Honor this weekend.
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