With rumors swirling with regard to Tony Romo’s immediate future, Craig asked Boomer how he would feel if the soon-to-be “former” Cowboys’ quarterback joined “The NFL Today” crew on CBS.
After sharing an awkward situation he recently found himself in by asking a woman in an elevator about her perfume, Jerry Recco did what he does best, delivering an informative and entertaining update.
Boomer and Craig got the ball rolling early Tuesday morning following what ended up being a very busy Monday in the world of sports.
With Monday came a highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” that won’t soon be forgotten.
Monday marks the “real” start to the baseball season, so before embarking on 15 straight hours of coverage for MLB Network, Al Leiter joined Boomer and Craig to talk about the outlook for the Mets and the Yankees.
Jerry Recco put the weekend behind him and delivered yet another informative and entertaining update on Monday, on behalf of his legions of fans and admirers.
Late last week, Craig said Masahiro Tanaka is the best baseball player in New York. That claim was examined in detail again Monday after the Yankees’ ace got shelled during the team’s opener on Sunday.
Long before Charles Oakley had his flare-up with Knicks owner James Dolan, he was keeping it real on the Boomer & Carton Show.
Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” ended up being pretty messy.
Fresh off his retirement announcement, Devils great Patrik Elias joined Boomer and Craig on Friday morning to talk about his great career.
Jerry Recco closed the work week by providing the masses the latest edition of his wildly popular update series. He is really a people-pleaser at heart.
It was a baseball Friday edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza, and the guys were understandably excited for the games that count, to start.
Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” provided us with a rare glimpse inside the head of Al Dukes.
Thursday’s show open started with the lowly Knicks, after Melo & Co. were officially eliminated from playoff contention on Wednesday night.
During Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones was heard delivering the latest on the Tony Romo situation.