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Ricky Cibrano

Howard Beck Talks NBA Playoffs

by Amit Badlani

Ricky and John were joined by Howard Beck, Knicks and NBA Beat Writer for the New York Times, to talk about the end of the 1st round and beginning of the 2nd round of the NBA Playoffs.

Jen Mineau: All-American Pitcher

by Amit Badlani
Fordham SID's Office

Let’s set the scene. It was the last home game of the season for the Fordham Rams. They were taking on the 3rd ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, the highest ranked softball team to ever visit Fordham. Fifth inning. Alabama was up 5-4. One out. Runner on 1st.

Now, here’s the play-by-play.

Rangers vs. Capitals

by Ricky Cibrano
courtesy of the New York Rangers

The Rangers emerged victorious in a hard fought 7 games series with Ottawa, and now find themselves moving on to round 2 to face the Washington Capitals.  

Connell McShane Analyzes Dodgers Sale

by Amit Badlani
Ron Reiring -

Connell McShane, a former WFUV Sports Manager and our first Mets Beat Reporter, anchors the news updates on Imus in the Morning and hosts his own show on the Fox Business Network every weekday at 11am. He's also chairman emeritus of the Bob Ahrens Fan Club. He joined Kevin and Ricky to discuss the sale of the Dodgers and its impact on the rest of the sports world.

Postgame Report: St. Bonaventure 89 - Fordham 63

by Andrew O'Connell
Fordham SID

With their Atlantic 10 tournament hopes hanging in the balance, the Fordham Rams were in desperate need of a victory Wednesday night at home against St. Bonaventure, a team that had defeated the men of Rose Hill by 44 earlier in the season. And while the margin of defeat did not match the severity of the contest back in January, Fordham decisively dropped another contest against the Bonnies 89-63 in the Rose Hill Gym.

Postgame Report: Fordham 67 - Duquesne 77

by Andrew O'Connell

Despite an impressive second half comeback effort from the Rams that saw them narrow a 17 point halftime deficit to just one midway through the second stanza, Fordham dropped their 11th road game of the season on Wednesday night in Pittsburgh, falling 77-67 at the hands of the Duquesne Dukes.