Jim Nantz had no where to go, so he stuck around for Jerry Recco’s update and highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’, before all of that though, he got to listen to the many sounds of Recco.
Despite getting the news that his buddy Craigie would not be in, to his credit, Nantz still agreed to make the trip to Manhattan.
NBC would rather air the Tom Brady-Tim Tebow match-up and due to NFL’s flex scheduling rules, they just might get their wish.
When Boomer heard Craig utter a foreign sound that would have made Jim Nantz proud, he instructed ‘the’ Eddie Scozzare to isolate it so he could have a little fun at his radio partner’s expense.
Speaking of conflicts, Boomer was happy to announce that Craig’s old buddy Jim ‘eww Hello Friends’ Nantz may break his Morning Show boycott and once again be part of the Extravaganza in the very near future.
While broadcasting Tom Brady’s 517-yard performance against the Dolphins during Sunday’s Chargers-Patriots game, Phil Simms, alongside his partner Jim “Ehh Hello Friends” Nantz, took a few shots at Boomer.
When a listener called in pretending to be Jim Nantz, Craig was not fooled. Not because the impression wasn’t a good one (it wasn’t) but because Nantz refuses to be part of the B&C Morning Extravaganza these days.
Craig’s old buddy Jim Nantz is being honored with the ‘Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award.’ All of that seemed to be lost on Craigie though.
Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne held his annual address and described some of the new additions and improvements to the grounds and to the course.
With the NCAA Tournament behind us, Craig’s good buddy Jim Nantz is clear to start preparing for the Masters, “a tradition unlike any other.”
After Nick Folk’s 32-yard field goal sailed through the uprights giving the Jets a 17-16 win over Peyton Manning and the Colts, the stage was set for a rematch with hated Patriots in Foxboro.
We are now two days removed from the Giants’ epic collapse Sunday against the Eagles, and since then we have learned that Eli Manning took a page out of his younger counterpart’s play-book and called a players only meeting to address his teammates.