Episode 328, The Rant: Rob Bruin.

Episode 328 April 29, 2021 01:13:06
Episode 328, The Rant: Rob Bruin.
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Episode 328, The Rant: Rob Bruin.
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Show Notes

As an early supporter of the pod, this episode was a long time coming. In this wide-ranging podcast, we chop it up with Rob about his podcast, his favorite rapper, his experience at the New House School at Syracuse University, his pandemic experience, and all things not officiating. All that and more, my conversation with Rob, now.

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