I don't know what it is, but yeah…not a big Chuck Reed fan. He sounds like a nice enough guy (but Cotlar was nice too, but created bad radio) It could be something superficial (but then again….this is radio) as his voice. To me he sounds like he should be reading the grain market report at noon…or maybe a stand-in for when the guy that normally does Winnie the Pooh has a sore throat?
I also can't stand Chuck Reed. And I can put my finger on it. 2 issues, the voice and the arrogance. This morning Chuck made his bold pick for the Masters-Martin Kaymer. Kaymer finished the day 6 over. Good call Chuck.
I struggle with "TnT", but I like local over national (Mike and Mike), so I listen. Travis would do 5 days of Hawks if allowed. During the football season it was 5 days a week of squawk talk.
Not to mention that Chuck said he thought Tiger's driving woes are due to Nike drivers. Dude, I hate Nike just as much as you do but the last thing you can blame your bad golf on these days is the equipment. Great golfers can hit with a freaking canoe paddle. His opinion is fine but he states it as if it is fact.
Tim, in of himself, is not awful. Tim and Chris yesterday were really the best morning radio since the end of Miller/Deace.
Travis MUST GO
I agree with this. I never cared for Travis when Murph and Andy had him on as a guest either.
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