With Mack and Mike on the road to call the Fordham-Cincinnati game, Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo take you through all the local football headlines. Eric Mollo and Joe Vitiello have thier weekly Giants and Jets reports, respectively. Listen as Kenny and Nick get heated and join in on the national debate that is Tim Tebow's role on the Jets.
Many professional athletes make millions of dollars, but many lose it in a heartbeat. How is this possible? Why does this happen? Along with producer Alfred Spellman, Billy Corben directs his latest film Broke- which I had the opportunity to cover at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier in April- that attempts to answer these questions. Talking heads of current and former athletes narrate this story, providing anecdotal commentary and cautionary tales on their liquid state of compensation.
The phrase “Dream Team” is something of an untouchable when it comes to sports. It belongs to one team, and any comparison pales in its shadow or provides heated debate. Take for instance this year’s USA basketball team at the London Olympics, where mild back and forth ensued over 2012 versus 1992; who would have been better? But in Lithuania, during the Barcelona Olympics there was another Dream Team, one filled with talent, yes, but which also carried the pride of a nation that was silenced under Soviet rule for over fifty years.
Mack and Mike talk about the Giants' dominace over the Carolina Panthers, and how they make a case for being one of the league's top teams. Giants' beat reporter Eric Mollo keeps fans updated on all things Giants' after their week win victory over the Panthers. Joe Vitello also stops by with the latest on the Jets and explains his predication for this week's game. The guys for once agree with Joe this week that the Jets will actually get a win against Miami.
In sports, it usually takes three of something to deem it a streak, especially in baseball where there’s a number for everything. Maybe it’s just a coincidence that for the second consecutive year we’ve been given a baseball film in late September (recall last year’s Moneyball, the Oscar nominated Billy Beane memoir). This year’s diamond flick, Trouble With The Curve, besides a similar release date examines more front office dynamics, but this time with a slap back at the sabermetric world, balancing front office order by chronicling an aging scout who believes in evaluating players without those hokey computers.
Mack and Mike reassure concerned Giants fans about winning this Sunday's game against Tampa Bay. Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo gives listeners the latest injury updates and sound from Big Blue. After proving the guys wrong last week, Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello has the latest on Gang Green. M&M explain why the Jets will definitely fall in Pittsburgh .
In a jam-packed first episode, Mack and Mike kickoff the season breaking down the Giants loss to the Cowboys on Wednesday night. Eric Mollo gives his weekly Giants report. Special guest Bob Papa joins the guys to give his take on the game and what Giants fans can look forward to this season.
Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello gets Watts riled up, as the guys preview the Bills game on Sunday and everything else Jets. Steve Simineri stops by to give M&M and listerners sage Fantasy Football advice.
On a warm, breezy, and most importantly, sunny day in Flushing Meadows, Amit Badlani, Jake Kring-Schreifels, and I hosted One on One live from the US Open. On a day filled with American tennis, we had much to discuss regarding the direction of the sport in our country. Just hours after Andy Roddick had shaken Arthur Ashe Stadium, we sat outside the venue with special guests discussing his impact on tennis and what chances he has to excite the fans a little while longer.
One on One hit the road on August 25th as we traveled to Bethpage Park in Farmingdale, NY for the first round of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
It’s not every day you meet someone like Bubba Watson – a great person, role model, and as he described himself, “alright at golf, sometimes.”