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Follow the Leader

by Eric Mollo

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When the Giants got off to an 0-6 start, I was adamant that they were the most talented 0-6 team I had ever seen. When they finished the season 7-3, I was unable to recall such a sloppy team win 7 of 10 games.

The Last Defense of Kyle Orton

by Kevin Kelly

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Here we go, once more. Here is insane Kevin Kelly backing up Kyle Orton one more time. However, let’s get one thing straight. If he fails against the Eagles on Sunday night, that’s it. No more support coming from this guy.

Doc Emrick Tackles NY/NJ's Hockey Issues

by Kelly Kultys

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The legendary Doc Emrick, lead hockey play-by-play announcer for NBC and NBC Sports, joins Kenny Ducey and Kelly Kultys to discuss all things New York hockey. Emrick offered his insights into the Henrik Lundqvist situation and the Devils' poor shootout play as well as offering his New Year's resolutions for the team.

Previewing a Riveting Week 17 with ESPN's Ryan Ruocco

by Kenny Ducey

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Ryan Ruocco (@RyanRuocco), host of YES's This Week in Football, National NFL Broadcaster on ESPN Radio, and WFUV Alumn joined One on One Saturday to preview some of Week 17's big matchups. He told us who he thinks will fill the final Wild Card spot in the AFC, plus who the most dangerous NFC team is. Additionally, we chatted about whether or not Rex Ryan should be fired, and what the Giants must do in the offseason.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 16, 2013

by Julian Atienza

WFUV Sports

Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg start the show off disscussing the crazy Week 15 results inculding:Baltimore's win over the Lions powered by Justin Tucker, and the development of Ryan Tannehill in Miami's upset over New England. They also debate if Tony Romo was to blame in the Cowboys collapse against the Packers. NFL writer Clark Judge joins the guys later in the General NFL segment to give his take on the developing AFC and NFC playoff pictures.

From the WFUV Archives: Vin Scully on Ice Skating with Jackie Robinson

by Kenny Ducey

Vin and Jackie in 1950, courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY

You've probably seen this picture of Vin Scully and Jackie Robinson on ice skates in 1950, but you haven't heard how it happened. Listen to Vin tell the story to Mike Maffei (currently of MLB.com) in our 1997 three-hour special, Jackie Robinson: The Man Behind the Ballplayer.

Hear the story below, and the full interview here.