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Packers Minute: Outdoors, Cold Weather Next Challenges for Crosby

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Packers Minute: Outdoors, Cold Weather Next Challenges for Crosby

The Packers Minute airs on ESPN Radio in Milwaukee, Madison and Wausau, K107.1 FM in Fond du Lac, and Sports Radio 1400 in Eau Claire.

Mason Crosby has made 16 straight regular season field goals dating back to last season. Can he keep up his high level of play when he has to play in the cold and outdoors later this year...?

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Brian Carriveau is the editor of the Maple Street Press Packers Annual. To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Clearly the finest 60 seconds in all of radio. But Brian, I have to ask, do you self medicate before you record them? You sound super chillaxed. Perhaps a few valum's washed down with an appletini? Whatever the case, truly an eye opening minute that we are all thankful for.


Brian Carriveau's picture

I've heard this from multiple people now. Maybe it's because I read from a script I prepare. Anyhow, I'll try to sound more peppy.

FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Really? I was just busting your chops. Don't change, stay golden pony boy.

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