Long before Charles Oakley had his flare-up with Knicks owner James Dolan, he was keeping it real on the Boomer & Carton Show.
Jerry Recco can always be counted on for a quality update and Wednesday morning was no exception.
It was another great “Moment of the Day” on Tuesday as Boomer got Craig a cake for his birthday.
Monday Morning Quarterback’s Peter King joined the guys live from Houston and immediately delivered the goods.
Jerry Recco joined Boomer and Craig on Tuesday morning to provide his latest informative update. He had a lot to get to.
Boomer and Craig once again broadcasted live from Houston on Tuesday as Super Bowl week started in earnest with the ridiculousness of Monday night’s media scrum.
Boomer and Craig kicked off Super Bowl week by broadcasting live from Houston on Monday.
The Hall of Fame running back, who was the MVP of Super Bowl XVIII with the Raiders, and later starred with the Chiefs, joined Boomer & Carton in Houston on Monday.
With Boomer & Carton in Houston on Monday, Jerry Recco handled update duties from the Allstate Studio.
Boomer and Craig got things started live from the Houston Convention Center, not far from Minute Maid Park, where the Patriots and Falcons were to meet the media on Monday night in advance of Sunday’s big game.
During Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” Boomer was forced to remind a caller how he once dominated the entire AFC.
When a guy like Jerry Recco sets his mind to something, he gets it done. On Thursday morning, he was laser-focused on delivering an informative and entertaining update to the masses.
After reportedly failing to trade Carmelo Anthony to the Cavaliers for Kevin Love, the Knicks managed to lose to the Mavericks in Dallas on Wednesday night.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” focused on the art of being a “shock jock.”
Boomer and Craig were thrilled to get a visit from Pat Monahan and some of his Train bandmates on Wednesday morning.