It’s Monday and you’re here to get you highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” fix, and thanks to Craig’s ability to flex his golden pipes …
It was up to Jerry Recco to get the masses updated Monday morning and as expected, the “update maven” came through.
Jose Reyes signs with the Mets, makes his debut in Brooklyn, and not everyone is thrilled.
There were a couple of Giants featured in Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” as Craig had some fun at the expense of rookie cornerback Eli Apple and veteran Jason Pierre-Paul.
Things got real interesting as Friday’s show progressed.
Craig carved out a little time Friday morning so that he could respond to some of the things Mike Francesa said Thursday afternoon on his radio show
Though he technically he never lost it, Jerry made sure to reaffirm his update dominance on Friday morning.
On Friday morning, after Boomer and Craig got through discussing the plight of the Mets, who fell to the lowly Braves on Thursday night, it was on to the hardwood.
Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” featured a Jim Nantz-Derrick Rose tribute of sorts.
Antoine Walker joined Boomer and Craig on Thursday morning in the Allstate Studio to talk about his well-publicized financial hardship, his career, and the Knicks’ acquisition of Derrick Rose.
Jerry was really feeling it Thursday morning and he made it known by delivering yet another informative and entertaining update for consumption by the masses.
Boomer and Craig offered up a well-balanced open to Thursday morning’s show.
What went down Wednesday was the stuff highly anticipated “Moment’s of the Day” segments are made of. This time it was all about the expected Cavaliers’ victory parade in Cleveland.
While talking about Brandon Marshall’s new Todd Bowles-inspired diet, Boomer and Craig engaged in a pretty in-depth conversation about fish, which inevitably spawned a “Mt. Rushmore” of fish debate, of sorts.
When it comes to Jerry Recco — aka the “update maven” — we’ve come to expect a standard of excellence, which was clearly on display Wednesday morning.