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One on One's NFL Friday: Pro Bowl Weekend

by Sean Hahner

Kelly Kultys and Anthony Pucik took a look at the top story in the NFL this week - Deflategate. The two then moved to recapping last week's championship action and what the keys are for the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Kelly and Anthony reviewed the Jets coaching situation and went around the league discussing the other new head coaches. Finally they, along with Producer Sean Hahner and Engineer Alicia Montanaro gave their Super Bowl predictions.

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January 16: FUV FC - Winter Transfer Window

by Kris Venezia, Martin McCormack, Aniello Devita
Fernando Torres.

Saw, Flickr 

A few more USMNT players have returned to the domestic league, with Jozy Altidore coming to Toronto FC in a swap with Jermaine Defoe, and Mix Diskerud coming to the newly formed NYCFC. The crew also discusses the big moves in Europe, including Wilfried Bony going to Manchester City and Fernando Torres returning home to Atletico Madrid. Finally, as usual, we pick out our match of the weekend in what is a fairly mundane weekend of soccer (aside from Manchester City and Arsenal). 

NFL Friday - Divisional Round Edition

by Brendan Bowers, Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld

Kenny Ducey & Matt Rosenfeld break down the NFL's Wildcard weekend including the controversial picked up flag in the Detroit-Dallas game, and the lack of Cardinal offence in the Arizona-Carolina game.  They then preview each matchup of the NFL Divisional round including players to watch in each game, and key matchups.  Producer Brendan Bowers joins in during the last segment as each of them make thier picks for each game, and made a bold prediction

MLB Hall of Fame Class of 2015

by Anthony Pucik, Sean Hahner

Sean Hahner : WFUV Sports

Today in New York, four new members of the Baseball Hall of Famer were introduced. First time candidates Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Pedro Martinez and Craig Biggio in his third year on the ballot make up the largest class of Hall of Famers since the 1950s. 

The 2014-15 New York Knicks: A Show about Nothing

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr/Mikael

As an avid watcher of Seinfeld, I often find myself calling events in my life, or the lives of others for that matter, “Seinfeld Episodes.” Generally it involves some bizarre situation, a relationship that continually goes downhill throughout, and often times characters wind up with a new problem at the end. Each character’s story is interesting in its own right, and they constantly look out for their own interests.