Justin Singer is the producer of “The Noe Show” everyday from 1-3pm and was formerly an intern on “Sound-off with Sinkoff.” Justin is from Orange County, NY and is currently completing a degree in English at the College of St. Rose. Justin is a life-long, diehard Mets fan, and is currently in the market for a favorite NFL team.
Trevor Hoffman Retires
Baseball's all time saves leader, Trevor Hoffman, has announced his retirement at the age of 43. Hoffman played for 18 years and racked up 610 saves.
Big Ben Gets No Respect
Over the past decade, The “Best Quarterback in the NFL” talk has been narrowed down to a two-dog race. Brady and Manning have dominated the conversations, with one having better regular season numbers and one having a more impressive playoff resume. There is, …
Rex Ryan Might Be A Genius
He has a young quarterback, a team that will be underdogs in every post-season game they play (unless they meet Seattle in the Super Bowl), and an unsettling knack for podiatry. So what has Rex Ryan done over the last 2 weeks that has me calling him a genius?
The Homeless Guy Doesn’t Want To Be A Cavalier, Either
If you’re reading this, then you’re on the internet, and if you’re on the internet then you’ve seen the video of Ted Williams, the homeless man with the golden voice. Find out what he and LeBron have in common.
Titans To Cut Ties With Young
The Titans released a statement on Wednesday in which owner, Bud Adams said that Young will not be on the roster next season. The team will look to trade him during the off-season, but will release him if they are not able to find a trade.
The Cavaliers Do Something Right
Have you seen this? A homeless man was asking for money on the corner of I-71 and Hudson St. in Cleveland and was given a job by the Cavaliers due to his unique talent.
Save The Bowl Games
Most people wouldn’t argue that the system currently in place for deciding a College Football Champion is broken, but does fixing it have to mean death to the bowl system? I don’t think so.
Mets Continue To Sign Mediocre Players
The Mets have signed left-hander Chris Capuano and right-hander Taylor Buchholz to one-year contracts. Both are coming back from elbow surgery, but only one has one of the most dubious baseball records of all time.
Randy Edsall Leaves UConn
Following Connecticut’s Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma, head coach Randy Edsall got on a plane, and flew to Maryland to meet regarding the head coaching vacancy. The only problem is he didn’t tell his team.
Jenn Sterger Is Finally Going Away
The NFL has announced that it will make a decision regarding the Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger case as soon as today, and no later than Thursday.
2010 In Sports
2010 has been an eventful year in sports. Here is a month-by-month breakdown of the sporting highlights of the year.
Tom Coughlin Needs To Keep His Job
Well, the Giants’ collapse is all but complete. With yesterday’s 45-17 loss to the Packers at Lambeau Field, it will take a whole string of events for Big Blue to back in to the playoffs. There is certainly plenty of blame to go around, but lay off Tom Cou…