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Steve Czaban

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Steve is a native Washingtonian and has worked in sports talk radio for the last 11 years. He worked at WTEM in 1993 anchoring Team Tickers before he took a full time job with national radio network One-on-One Sports.

A graduate of UC Santa Barbara, Steve has worked for WFNZ in Charlotte where his afternoon show was named "Best Radio Show." Steve continues to serve as a sports personality for WLZR in Milwaukee and does fill-in hosting for Fox Sports Radio.

Recent Articles
 Sports - September 17, 2008
 Pro football only looks simple on the surface
 Checkers is simple. Football is not. To quote an irate Jim Mora, responding to a reporter trying to get some hard answers to certain things after a particularly hard loss: "You don't know ... and you'll never know!" He's right. The NFL is an unknowable beast that drains gamblers of their money like a sump pump year after year.
 #RaiseMKE - September 11, 2008
 Betting on Rodgers pays off for Packers' brass
 The Packers were right. Aaron Rodgers can play. To have this front office in Green Bay right now, without the overbearing presence of a single, mega-millionaire owner, is a blessing most Packers fans don't appreciate.
 Sports - September 3, 2008
 Are you ready for some football?
 After an eventful off-season full of juicy stories like Chad Johnson, er, Chad Ocho Cinco, the NFL is ready to spring into action this week. National sports columnist Steve Czaban could not be happier.
 Sports - August 27, 2008
 A basketball reality check for the "Redeem Team"
 The gold medal is nice. The final game in Beijing was thrilling. Coach K did a solid job and he and his players deserve credit. But, shouldn't we expect greatness from NBA superstars on the international stage?
 Sports - August 20, 2008
 Don't forget the 'Shames' of the 29th Olympiad
 The action has been captivating and the TV ratings are outstanding, but national sports columnist Steve Czaban thinks the Beijing Olympics have been a disaster on several fronts.
 #RaiseMKE - August 6, 2008
 After rocky trip, Favre is where he wanted to be
 It's not me, it's you. That's the unmistakable message Brett Favre has sent to the Packers. The time to deny it is over. At some point after last year's painful loss in the NFC Championship game, Favre decided in his own mind that he was simply done being a Packer.
 Sports - July 30, 2008
 Youth, talent should not exempt Wie from criticism
 Professional golf is a game of grace, dignity and class. Michelle Wie's specialties are petulance, entitlement and delusion. That makes it hard to root for her, unless you are rooting for her to fail.
 Sports - July 23, 2008
 For Packers, it's the calm before the storm
 With training camp and exhibition games around the corner, the Packers have to figure out an "end game" in Brett Favre's jackknifed and overturned "non-retirement" scenario.
 Sports - July 16, 2008
 Classic match spotlights tennis' biggest fault
 Nadal-Federer III was a scintillating match. But, was it the best of all-time? Was tennis' so-called "golden age" all that we thought it was, or a figment of our sports-starved imagination?
 Sports - July 9, 2008
 Wisconsin suddenly a sports talk hotbed
 During what is traditionally a dead time of the year for sports talk, CC Sabathia and the Brewers and Brett Favre and the Packers have turned up the heat.

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