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WFUV Exclusive: AP All-American Patrick Murray

by Alex Smith

Fordham Sports Information

Rams’ kicker/punter Patrick Murray had an unforgettable senior season. Murray was a crucial piece of a Rams team that posted the school’s first winning record since 2007. Individually, he led all of the NCAA in field goals with 25 and also led the Patriot League in punting average, with 46 yards per punt. Recently, Murray was named the First Team 2012 Associated Press NCAA FCS All-American placekicker. Murray has also been named the winner of the 2012 Fred Mitchell Award, which honors the nation's top collegiate place-kicker among more than 750 FCS, Division II, III, NAIA and NJCAA football teams. The award is given to the most outstanding kicker, both on and off the field.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 15 (Guest: Mark Cannizaro NY Post)

by Julian Atienza

Mike and Kenny give you the latest from the local New York football teams. Mark Cannizzaro Jets beat reporter for the New York Post talks to the guys about the Jets aquisition of reciever Braylon Edwards and the team's playoff prospects.  Mike and Kenny breakdown the Giants matchup against the top-seeded Falcons, evaluating the potential impact of Big Blue's rookie back David Wilson. Joe Vitiello and Eric Mollo have the weekly Jets and Giants reports, respectively.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 14

by Julian Atienza

Mike and Kenny preview Jets matchup with the 2-10 Jaguars and debate the merits of starting Mark Sanchez. Mike Garafolo the NFL reporter for USA Today joins the guys to talk Giants, the play of RG3 last week, and the running quarterback poition in general. They also look ahead to the matchup against the New Orleans Saints.

Dan Lauria: From Lombardi to Red Ryder

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Joan Marcus/ Carol Rosegg

Most people know Dan Lauria as the father in the iconic family drama “The Wonder Years,” the Fred Savage star vehicle. More recently, though, especially for New Yorkers as Dan mentions in our interview, he is now recognized quite handily as Vince Lombardi, for his portrayal in the Broadway hit two years ago.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 13

by Julian Atienza

With Mike Watts on the road covering Fordham basketball, DJ Sixsmith joins Kenny and the usual supects as they take you around the NFL.

The guys evaluate the Giants big win over the Packers and preview an interesting matchup against the 'Skins. They have the respective Giants and Jets reports from beat writers Eric Mollo and Joe Vitiello. Then, Kenny defends his Jets in his analysis of the upcoming game against the Cardinals.

Fireman Ed Leaves His Legacy

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

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By: Tom DiSalvo

Famous New York Jets icon Fireman Ed announced he would be leaving his role as the team’s unofficial mascot on Sunday. Ed Anzalone has been a driving force for the Jets fan base since 1975, and his departure this Sunday was unforeseen. Hanging up the helmet midway through the 2012 season after close to thirty seven years of fanhood seems a little harsh, but Fireman Ed has a good reason. Or does he?

Mark Cannizzaro Talks Jets Turmoil

by Mike Watts

Flickr / James Gaddis

By Chris Marasco

Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post joined Kenny Ducey and myself to talk about the Jets struggles this season.  Mark gave his insight on different topics ranging from Mark Sanchez to Tim Tebow to the future of the Jets coaching staff.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 12

by Nick Logerfo

Mack and Kenny recap the Thanksgiving holiday, then dive straight into some Jets talk. Listen to why Kenny is optimistic for the rest of the Jets season, as well as what they guys think the Giants need to do to pull off a win against Green Bay.

In the general NFL segment, they look closer into the Thanksgiving games, then get into whether or not the Bears are for real, who should start for the 49ers, and whether or not the Texans are the best in the AFC.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 11

by Julian Atienza

Mike Watts and Kenny Ducey discuss Giants' recent losses with guest Paul Schwartz, Giants Beat reporter for the New York Post. They cover all the hot topics for Big Blue including: Eli Manning's recent play, the running game, and the defense. Eric Mollo and Joe Vitiello have their respective weekly Giants and Jets reports.