“The NFL, right now, I think they’re out of control. We have gotten multiple conflicting statements from various people we’ve been talking with inside there, where it sounds like they don’t know what’s what.”
Athletic Director Julie Hermann announced the deal Thursday, two days before the Scarlet Knights (2-0) play their first Big Ten Conference game against Penn State (2-0).
For this latest Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to when Sour Shoes, aka Mike in Mahopac, made the trip to the WFAN studios to do his thing. And what a thing it was.
“I’m a competitor, so of course — I’m being honest, I’m being frank with you — it’s hard not going out on the field and starting and taking that first snap.”
The last thing the Giants need is to start this season like they did last season. Monday night’s effort in Detroit didn’t exactly calm many nerves on that front.
Ready for a little Michael Vick in the afternoon?
WFAN host Mike Francesa didn’t disappoint on Friday, making good on his word by doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in front of a big crowd at Bar A.
Francesa emphasized that Calipari is a masterful motivator and recruiter. He did say, however, that there are better X’s and O’s coaches in college basketball.
“Tony in Florida” sat on hold for decades. It’s the only explanation. Relive this classic Francesa moment in all its animated glory.
To prepare you for the upcoming campaign, WFAN host Mike Francesa is broadcasting live from Giants camp on Tuesday afternoon.
The Daily News has spoken. So have its readers, who say there’s just one person more powerful in this town than WFAN’s Francesa: retiring Yankees captain Derek Jeter.
CBS Radio presents a slice of gold from the vaults of WFAN: one hot minute with Francesa, Chris Russo and then-sitting President Bill Clinton, who digs his college sports.
As the news of LeBron James’ decision to take his talents back to the Cavaliers came down Friday, WFAN’s Mike Francesa chimed in, saying that’s exactly what Cleveland needed.
The 25-year-old right-hander will attempt nonsurgical rehab on his injured ulnar collateral ligament. Cashman did not rule out season-ending, reconstructive “Tommy John” surgery.
The Yankees almost owned all the fireworks over the holiday weekend, but ultimately were left on the outside looking in at the season’s biggest trade.