Mike Francesa will be partaking in the Ice Bucket Challenge on Friday. And already some big numbers are being thrown around for the chance to do the honors.
The legendary WFAN afternoon host will do the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS research on Friday, when the show is broadcast from Bar A in Lake Como, N.J.
If there’s one person in this town who could revive the “J-E-T-S” chant, it’s WFAN’s own Joe Benigno. But he’d rather take a Geno Smith spiral right to the face.
After Boomer and Craig discussed Dungy’s comments at length, Craigie decided to call out the former NFL head coach for his hypocritical take on Michael Sam.
During today’s show open, Boomer shared an interesting dream he had Monday night, which prompted a call from a fella referring to himself as Dr. Montgomery.
After winning his record fifth ‘Pulse of the People’ award last week, Craig was thrilled to show off his new hardware Monday morning in the Allstate Studio…
One for the thumb! Craigie has done it again, beating out finalists Boomer Esiason, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, NFL analyst Phil Simms, and Mike Puma of the Post.
Carton took issue with the Baltimore outfielder’s tactics. “You didn’t play (with) the Orioles,” he said. “You took the Dodgers!”
“The notion that this team is all of a sudden, next year, going to be locked and loaded to win is becoming more comical day by day,” Carton said.
Everybody knows Craigie as the outspoken co-host of one of America’s favorite morning shows on WFAN. Most don’t know the side of him that really does fill the title of being a “national treasure.”
“It wouldn’t be fair if I played basketball with a child in a wheelchair because I got an unfair advantage,” Coburn said. “If your horse is good enough to run in the Belmont, where was he in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness?”
Leading up to Friday’s remote at the Borgata, Craig guaranteed Boomer that if given $10,000 he’d turn it into $25,000 at the casino.
Gov. Chris Christie — an old friend of the Boomer & Carton program — called up the morning show unexpectedly on Wednesday morning. They talked about the Rangers and their bid to win their first Stanley Cup in 20 years.
The great Jim Rome made the announcement Friday on behalf of the Pulse of the People Award committee, revealing this year’s finalists: Craigie, Boomer, Simms, Puma and Christie.
From time to time, Boomer and Craig like to compare the gifts they’ve given one another through the years, with the Booms usually coming out on top.