First Ever Scott & BR Commercial-Free Uncensored Podcast!

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Scott & BR are preempted by the San Diego Padres this afternoon, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have something to say!

Check out their commercial-free, uncensored podcast, which a gloves-off debate over Chargers Special Counsel Mark Fabiani between Scott Kapland and Kevin Acee!
We’ll be doing more of these next week, so make to leave your feedback in the comments below.



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3 thoughts on “First Ever Scott & BR Commercial-Free Uncensored Podcast!

  1. rickochey

    the City of San Diego should approach the Raiders about a possible move to SD. That will burn the Chargers butt. The Chargers will not get the deal in LA without the Raiders.

  2. Cecil Treadwell

    The City of San Diego should seriously study the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and build the same kind of stadium here, BUT with TWO portable natural turf fields that pull in and out of the stadium.
    One field should be a FULL WIDTH natural turf SOCCER FIELD and the other should be a FOOTBALL field that San Diego State and an NFL team could use.
    SOCCER will soon DWARF football in the San Diego market and we all need to be cognizant of that reality when deciding what kind of stadium we need to build here.
    The Spanos family is far too greedy and selfish in their expectations for a stadium built primarily for their own narrow business interests.
    This should not happen.
    We need a modern stadium that looks to the FUTURE. Not the past.