B&C Morning Show: Jeter’s Ailing Ankle, Dickey’s Dwindling ‘Set,’ Coughlin’s Frustration & Calhoun’s Shaky Legacy
Jerry Recco had a lot to get to cover during his first update of the morning. He began with the story surrounding the Yankees hanging on to their share of 1st place in the AL East after beating the Red Sox 5-4 last night in Beantown. Derek Jeter was forced to leave the game early with a bruised left ankle, but was adamant when saying he would be on the field tonight.
As for the Yankees’ crosstown rival, a couple of Mets stars practically admitted to being scared of the big, bad Bombers and happy that the Subway Series will be reduced from 6 games to only 4. The two Mets who expressed relief were RA Dickey and David Wright — so Mets fans have that.
Plus, Rex Ryan is still tight-lipped on whether or not Darrell Revis will play this Sunday in Pittsburgh, Tom Coughlin gets curt with the assembled media for their line of questioning, Notre Dame’s move to the ACC not all it’s cracked up to be and Craig offers up his take on the retiring Jim Calhoun’s legacy at UCONN…