The great Jerry “Rello” Recco was on hand to give us his first update, and Craig noted that he was in a terrific mood this morning.
Boomer and Craig kicked off a very special Thursday morning extravaganza live from the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park – preseason home of the New York Jets.
New York Daily News Knicks reporter Frank Isola joined the program.
Star of such cinema classics as “The Karate Kid” and “My Cousin Vinny”, friend of the show Ralph Macchio joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio.
If Carmelo Anthony somehow manages to lead the New York Knicks to an NBA championship this season, Boomer Esiason will walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in Knicks’ boxer shorts.
In what can best be described as a grab bag segment, the guys spoke about a number of topics. It started with Craig bringing up how Spike Lee caught a bat while attending a Yankee game over the weekend.
The great Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning.
Craig asked Al Dukes how he would introduce himself to our lovely Attention Grabber from Rhode Island should be bump into her at a clam bake. Al’s response cracked himself up, right along with the rest of us.
Boomer and Carton made their triumphant return to the airwaves this morning, and they came ready to dish on the latest news regarding the Jeremy Lin contract saga.
Jerry’s highly anticipated ‘Moment Of The Day’ centered around how much Craig’s wife dictates what he does when they spend time together.
Quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees joined Craig via the hotline to talk about his whirlwind of an offseason.
After his latest indiscretion, directing an anti-gay slur at one of his Twitter critics, Craig says the Knicks have reached a crossroads with Amar’e Stoudemire.
Boomer and Craig were none too pleased with “The” Eddie Scozzare for neglecting to mention either of their names while being interviewed for a Newsday article on the FAN’s 25th anniversary.
Former big-league pitcher and current analyst for the MLB on TBS, David Wells joined Craig via the hotline to talk some local hardball.
When Craig heard the #23 moment playing at 8:00 this morning, he recalled that yesterday at the same time, the countdown was somewhere in the teens. This meant that the #1 moment had already played at some point in the previous day.