Friday, December 20, 2013…
- Our in-house gift exchange!
- BAD company Christmas parties
- SU hoops coach Jim Boeheim
- Reviews of Movies We’ve Never Seen
Whew! After blowing a 12-point halftime lead, ‘Cuse dominated late and beat St. John’s 68-63 at Madison Square Garden to improve to 10-0. Next up for the 2nd-ranked Orange, a home game against the High Point Panthers Friday night at 7pm. We’ll have all the action starting with the pregame at 5:30pm.
It’s official: The SU football team is goin’ bowling. They’ll be heading to Houston’s Reliant Stadium to take on the Minnesota Gophers in the Texas Bowl on Friday, December 27th. This is the third time in four years that the ‘Cuse will be playing a bowl game. Naturally you’ll be able to hear all the action on TK99 and TK105 starting with the pregame at 4pm.
Sure, they’ve won 27 world championships. Sure, they’re the most famous brand in all of professional sports. But with all their lofty accomplishments, there’s one thing they didn’t have: TK! Until now. Yes, the New York Yankees have chosen TK99 and TK105 as their new radio partner. Starting with the 2014 season, we’ll be bringing you all 162 regular season Yankees games. And, hopefully, a whole bunch of postseason games as well.
NUMBER ONE: New England QB Tom Brady, for losing his cool in the post-game press conference following the Pats’ loss to Miami. Mr. Bundchen entertained the media for a grand total of 72 seconds, before unloading a profanity and retreating home to Gisele…NUMBER TWO: Indiana Pacers’ center Roy Hibbert, for applying Ben-Gay near his balls, then tweeting about it!…NUMBER THREE: John Clayton (inset), ESPN’s alleged NFL “insider” for not knowing how to Continue Reading »
Usually, around the holidays, I feel like helping anyone in need. There are people everywhere that could use a hand and giving to the Rescue Mission or Salvation Army is always a good idea. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that animals need help too. In the most obvious sense, they need to be adopted, but for those that are in the care of the Humane Association of Central New Continue Reading »