B&C Morning Show: Craig Does His Thing, Sterling Gets Prematurely Excited, Woody Offers Praise
Craig started out this particular segment with a shout out to Harvey the cab driver and then talked about his Boomer-less adventure yesterday, which landed him in a place called ’16 Handles.’ Boomer was surprisingly upset that he was not asked to join Craig on his afternoon adventure.
Jerry Recco is a guy who is used to not being included, but during this segment he is paid to deliver a sports update, so he did just that. Jerry got things started with a roller coaster of emotions thanks to the Yankees legendary radio play-by-play man John Sterling, who got very excited when the Bombers came back to tie things up at 6 with the Orioles last night in the 8th inning, only to go on to lose 10-6 and fall into a tie for first atop the highly competitive AL East.
Plus, Rex Ryan is tired of the Jets organization being portrayed as a circus, pointing to his own resume to combat the claims. As Rex’s Gang Green prepare to start the season by taking on the Bills, owner Woody Johnson offered nothing but praise for his slimmed down head coach, while Tim Tebow is predictably excited. With the Jets not selling out MetLife, Craig explains why fans are lucky the game is not blacked-out. Tom Coughlin comments on his teams performance Wednesday night against the Cowboys and Craig gets defensive about Tiger Woods…