Special Podcast- George Bremer Of The Anderson Herald Bulletin Talks Colts, Close Of Camp

This guy pictured is not George Bremer, but he wishes he was George Bremer. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

This week's podcast special features George Bremer, Colts beat writer for the Anderson Herald Bulletin and the author behind the @gmbremer twitter handle, which was such a great follow during the Colts 2012 Training Camp.

George has covered the Colts since their return to Anderson, IN for their yearly camp, and he was kind enough to spend some time with me discussing the team closing camp, the affect camp had on the Anderson community, and what he expects from the team this Sunday in preseason against the Steelers.

Before you download the podcast or listen to the stream, give me a moment to APOLOGIZE to George and the Herald Bulletin. Early in the podcast, you'll hear me mention an article discussing how camp this year was very ho-hum for local businesses in Anderson. I say in the podcast that I saw the article in the IBJ, but I was wrong. The article was actually from the Herald Bulletin, written by Stuart Hirsch. So, apologies to George, Stuart, and the Herald Bulletin. They wrote the piece. They deserve the credit.

Hope you enjoy the podcast. Thanks again to George for taking the time to chat.

Download- George Bremer Podcast


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