Jerry Recco’s update is a must-listen after a weekend like the one that just passed. So here you are — you’ll surely thank me later…
Some very exciting news, as we learned this morning that our very own Jerry Recco will be inducted to the St. John Vianney Hall of Fame this March for his accomplishments since graduating back in 1992.
Before delivering his final update or his highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day,’ Jerry Recco had his knowledge of the morning show tested by Craig, who prepared a quiz for the occasion…
Al Dukes has really taken a likening to the rap game. But on Friday morning it took a wild turn as Al was challenged by Boomer Esiason, Craig Carton and Jerry Recco!
Today it was Jerry Recco’s turn to participate in the ‘Boomer & Carton Show And Tell’ portion of the program. And as you probably concluded from the headline, things did not go well for poor Jerry…
Before he could even say good morning, Jerry Recco was forced to explain the unbecoming growth on his face.
Friday morning we heard a story about a boxer named Carl Froch, who refrained from sexual relations with his gal pal for three months based on the belief it would make him better at his fighting job.
Craig didn’t seem all that worried as he polished off his second cupcake. But Boomer sure noticed.
Amar’e Stoudemire revealed that he has never been taught how to play defense – that nugget of information led to a demonstration involving Jerry and the Booms…
Well the entire crew made it back in one piece after seeing a very entertaining football game, but the question on Craig’s mind: Why was Al so miserable?
If you’re looking to blame someone for blowing Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green’s comments about the Giants defense way out of proportion, look no further than our very own Jerry Recco.
To Jerry’s credit, he made an effort to get here, but claimed the NJ Turnpike was closed, in turn thwarting his progress. Enter a loyal listener named Javier.
Earlier in the show, Craig had requested a few different calls of Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray’s 48-yard scamper — and he bestowed the task upon the capable Jerry Recco. As it turns out Jerry may not have been the right man for the job.
It’s time to officially ponder –- if not pummel –- the trade that sent Jesus Montero to Seattle and brought Pineda to, well, rehab. All the signs point toward Ollie Perez Avenue. Or, worse … Carl Pavano.
Jerry Recco managed to make it to work Wednesday — meaning he was no longer running a 103 degree fever.