Chris Simms has done an admirable job filling in for Boomer all week long and on Thursday’s radio program Phil’s oldest son “went viral,” which Craig sure got a kick out of.
The Knicks were without Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon and Kristaps Porzingis on Thursday night in Toronto and it showed.
During Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” the guys took a little trip in the “way back machine” and revisited some comments CBS’s own Doug Gottlieb made about Steph Curry following the 2009 NBA Draft.
Dana White, the president of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), joined Craig and Chris Simms in the Allstate Studio on Thursday morning to promote his YouTube show “Lookin’ for a Fight.”
Early Thursday morning the guys heard from Alexandra, who was calling in from Brooklyn.
After a light night in the world of sports, Jerry Recco had his work cut out for him Thursday morning with regards to his updating duties.
Phil’s oldest son and Craig got things started by discussing the comments made by Cam Newton, after the Panthers’ signal-caller claimed that him being “an African American quarterback might scare some people.”
During Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” we heard about how important it can be to have a “fall guy.” Just ask Sheldon Richardson.
According to Julian Edelman, he is “5-foot-10 and ripped, bro.”
During this action-packed segment on Wednesday morning, Craig acknowledged his desire to host a game show.
After learning that MLB Network compiled a list of the top starting pitchers in baseball, only to leave both Matt Harvey (16) and Jacob deGrom (29) out of the top 10, Craig was not very happy.
A curious listener called into the show on Wednesday morning to inquire if Craig is in the process of growing a mustache.
The NBA locals put up fights Tuesday night, but ultimately came away empty-handed.
The Knicks entered Tuesday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with a record of 0-4 without the services of Carmelo Anthony this season. It’s now 0-5.
Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” segment served as a learning tool for Chris Simms and featured some retirement talk.