Hosts Andy Suekoff and Andy Mattison go from one bad New York football to another, previewing New York Giants Monday Night Football match-up against the 49ers, and discuss what might happen with Eli Manning. The guys also go around the NFL and recap Sunday’s action, and discuss the LeVeon Bell situation in Pittsburgh.
Host Rob Cramer opens talking about the Jets ugly loss against the Dolphins, then breaks down the decision the Mets made on their new GM, what lies ahead for the Yankees and closes the show out talking some Rangers/Knicks.
Host Bill Donohue keeps the memories rolling welcoming Detroit Tigers legend Willie Horton followed by tennis champion Pam Shriver. Great talk with Horton about his career and his role in quelling the Detroit riots of 1967.
Hosts Gary Harding and guest co-host Brad Kurtzberg started the hour talking to Luis Tirado of The Jet Press, and discussed the struggles that Gang Green had against the Bears. The hour ended with the return of John Panarese to talk about the World Series and other New York sports news.
Hosts Gary Harding and guest co-host Brad Kurtzberg talked to Ashley Scharge from Sirius XM Radio to talk about the local hockey teams after the first ten games of the season, then co-host John Panarese called in from Buffalo to talk about the Isles, the Sabres, and let off some steam.
Host Rob Fried opens the show talking about Babe Ruth and his influence on baseball, and gave his thoughts on great NFL head coaches Bill Belichick, Paul Brown and Vince Lombardi. The Giants still need a quarterback while the Jets experience growing pains but are headed in the right direction with Sam Darnold. Birthday wishes...
Host Bill Donohue welcomes two New York Times bestselling authors, beginning with ESPN writer Ian O’Connor, discussing his new book Belichick – The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time. Then the great Jane Leavy spoke about her latest book, The Big Fella – Babe Ruth and the World He Created.
Host Rob Fried opens the show with a movie review, talking about Neil Armstrong’s life and the story of the first lunar landing and spacewalk. Then Rob got into the Yankees, recapping why they lost to Red Sox and how Boone was out-managed by Alex Cora. Rob also discusses the New York Giants debacle of...
Host Andy Suekoff ends a seven month hiatus, making his first appearance since March. He welcomed José Youngs from MMA Fighting , recapping a wild weekend in Vegas, previewing UFC 230 at MSG and his expectations of David Price. Later, Andy wonders if he has to stop Biff in 1955 because the Jets are the only...
Host Rob Cramer breaks down the Jets big win against the Denver Broncos, and the Giants heartbreaking last second loss in Carolina against the Panthers. Rob also previews game #3 of the ALDS between the Yankees and Red Sox, what’s to come in the Mets search for a new general manager, Knicks, Rangers and more!
Host Bill Donohue welcomes former member of George Allen’s “Over the Hill Gang” with the Washington Redskins, the “Dancing Bear” himself, Ron McDole. Then Bill welcomed singer/songwriter AJ Croce to the show, who spoke about his new album, and his new single, a cover of his fathers’s I Got a Name.
Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese welcome a variety of guests as they preview the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres, Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Dallas Stars and the New York Islanders.
Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese interview fan reporters from the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins New Jersey Devils, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Rangers, Las Vegas Golden Knights, San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks.
Host Rob Cramer opens up with the Yankees clinching a spot in the wildcard playoff this weekend and some Jacob DeGrom ‘Cy Young’ talk. Then, after the break it’s all NFL, starting with the New York Giants big win in Houston and the Jets dropping a Thursday night heart breaker in Cleveland.
Host Rob Fried begins the show discussing Tiger Woods first golf tournament victory after four back surgeries at the season-ending Tour Championship Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta- perhaps the greatest historical comeback sports history. Later Rob discussed Eli Manning and and the New York Giants finally looking like what we thought they...
Host Rob Fried opens the show talking about the Jets Sam Darnold, and how the Giants should have picked this quarterback. Rob also discusses Serena Williams and the US Open, some Mets and Yankees talk, and also spoke to orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jeff Hart, who spoke about injuries like the one to Aaron Judge’s wrist.
Host Rob Fried welcomes Zack Smithlin to the show. Zach played high school and on travel baseball teams, eventually getting a scholarship at Penn State where he became team captain and graduated with a Masters degree. Zach went on to play 8 years in the minor leagues; an interesting story about how difficult it is to...