Craig wasted no time trying to get to the bottom of whats wrong with Ike Davis.
The guys agree it would be a really tough sell to Jets fans if Mark Sanchez were to start the season under center.
We also heard some interesting sound from our very own Howie Rose, who may or may not have been a little fired up after Wednesday’s game.
Wednesday afternoon, Ike Davis and the Mets got swept by the Reds, Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions at Jets camp, and Hakeem Nicks was a no-show with the Giants.
Here you can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from Friday’s edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza.
After some tremendous juggling, stellar producer Al Dukes managed to get Carmelo Anthony and Brook Lopez on at the same time to talk about the upcoming NBA playoffs.
Knicks legend Bernard King stops by the Allstate Insurance Studio for the first time a a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Despite all that’s going on in Boston this morning, Jerry took a few minutes to give one of his patented updates.
Craig and Michelle opened up talking about the ongoing manhunt in Boston for the remaining suspect linked to Monday’s marathon bombings.
Before Jerry could deliver the highly anticipated moment, the guys got a little sidetracked…
Boomer, Craig, and Jerry demonstrated the new techniques for all to see using very specific steps, causing hilarity in the studio.
Surprisingly, or not so surprisingly, it wasn’t as clear-cut as maybe some staffers would have liked.
Boomer got a little confused about how many people are allowed on the court.
Jerry Recco delivers yet another stellar update after the Yankees rallied late to beat the Diamondbacks and improve to 8-5 on the year.
Wednesday night at the TD Garden, the Bruins hosted the Sabres, marking the first sporting event since the marathon tragedy on Monday.