As a lifelong Capital Region sports fan who has just so happened to be in radio for most of my professional life the chance to “join the Team” pun intended was the kind of offer I’ve been dreaming of. Growing up a Yankees, Knicks and Raiders fan(a punishment I share with my beautiful daughter Ella) I’ve felt the pain and success that comes with diehard fandom. Luckily for me my friends that love the Giants have adopted me so I have a reason to watch football after the Raiders have been eliminated EARLY every season for the last 10 plus years. I’m excited to talk sports and enjoy multiple happy hours with all the sports fans of the Cap Region…even the Red Sox fans.
Ian O’Connor On Why Tom Brady Left New England And What’s Next For The Patriots [AUDIO]
ESPN Senior Writer Ian O'Connor wrote the New York Times Best Seller "Belichick" so he's the perfect one to talk to about what went wrong between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Why is Brady heading to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and what's next for the Patriots?
Pete Alonso And Mets Move Sick Fan To Tears, And Maybe Me Too
Many have always said there's no group of fans more loyal than Mets fans. the Mets fan has suffered through some bad times but always stays loyal and always finds a way to believe. One Mets fan named Kathleen Selig had recently been diagnosed with weeks to live. So her granddaughter reached out…
President And CEO Of Special Olympics NY Explains How We Can Help During The Coronavirus O…
Just like all the other sports leagues the Special Olympics have been forced to to suspend their operations. Special Olympics New York President and CEO Stacy Hengsterman joined Levack and Goz to tell us how the Special Olympics are keeping their athletes in the fold while they can't interact i…
Brady And Rivers Change Odds For Buccaneers And Colts
Now that Phillips Rivers has agreed to be the new QB of the Indianapolis Colts and Tom Brady has reportedly decided to continue his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sportsbooks have reacted.
MLB Teams Pledge $1 Million Each To Help Ballpark Employees
According to ESPN MLB Senior Writer Jeff Passan all 30 MLB teams have pledged $1 Million each to help out of work ballpark employees. The total of $30 Million dollars will help all of the employees who will be out of work until the league returns. The return date will hopefully be mid May.
The AFC East Is Now The Bills’ To Lose
Ever since Sean McDermott and Brandon Bean became Head Coach and General Manager respectively of the Buffalo Bills the arrow has been pointed up. Now with the addition of WR Stefon Diggs to the Bills' offense and Tom Brady leaving the New England Patriots the Bills are now the team to beat in t…
New Rule Allows Carryout Booze During Coronavirus Shutdown
The attempt to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19 has and will have a negative effect on the restaurant industry. As of 8 pm Monday all restaurants, bars, gyms and movie theaters have to close their doors until further notice. In an attempt to help keep restaurants afloat Governor Cuomo will …
NFL Draft Will Proceed Without Public Events
For NFL junkies like myself the NFL Draft is an amazing weekend of hope as you see what young talent will be joining your favorite team. In recent years the Draft has grown from simply teams selecting what they hope will be future stars to an all out event where the NFL brings it's fans by the …
NCAA Cancels Division I Men’s And Women’s Basketball Tournaments
The NCAA has made the decision we all thought was coming. NCAA President Mark Emmert and the Board of Governors have decided to cancel not only the Division I Men's and Women's Tournaments but all Winter and Spring NCAA Championships.
Albany Patroons Cancel Remainder of Season Due to Coronavirus
The Albany Patroons were forced to cut their season short due to the rapidly spreading virus.
The Premiere Lacrosse League Announces Return To Albany
The Premiere Lacrosse League will be returning to the Capital Region this Summer. UAlbany has announced they will be hosting the PLL for the second straight year. Meaning we will all get to see local favorites like Connor Fields at Casey Stadium again.
Siena College Extends Spring Break in Light of Coronavirus
Everyday more and more people and places are being affected by the Coronavirus and now Siena College is taking steps to protect their students, staff and fans. Siena has extended Spring Break foe all students by one week and urged fans to not attend today's women's lacrosse against UAlbany…