Pardon the Interruption - Season 9

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Episode Guide

  • October 21, 2010
    October 21, 2010
    Episode 228
    10/21/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the San Francisco Giants winning game four of the NLCS and taking a 3-1 lead over the Phillies; their thoughts on the Yankees beating the Texas Rangers in the ALCS and forcing a game six; their thoughts on the reports that say Magic Johnson is looking to bring an NFL franchise back to Los Angeles. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 20, 2010
    October 20, 2010
    Episode 227
    10/20/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Steelers linebacker James Harrison saying he is contemplating retirement, following the NFL fining him for a helmet-to-helmet hit and the NFL cracking down on hits that lead to players being injured; their thoughts on the NHL indefinitely suspending Canucks player Rick Rypien after he grabbed a fan, while applauding his departure from the game; their thoughts on San Francisco Giants beating the Phillies and taking a 2-1 lead in the NLCS; their thoughts on the reports that say the Nuggets and Knicks are in talks to trade Carmelo Anthony; their thoughts on Kevin Durant saying he would appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated's NBA preview issue, but only if his Thunder teammates Thabo Sefolosha and Nenad Krstic appeared along with him. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Mike Pereira, FOX NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 19, 2010
    October 19, 2010
    Episode 226
    10/19/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the NFL announcing that they will start to suspended players that deliver hits that are dangerous and flagrant, especially for helmet-to-helmet hits; their thoughts on Cliff Lee leading the Texas Rangers to a win in the ALCS and a 2-1 series lead against the Yankees, where struck out 13 and allowed only 2 hits; their thoughts on the Titans beating the Jaguars. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Peter King, columnist for Sports Illustrated joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 18, 2010
    October 18, 2010
    Episode 225
    10/18/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the Cowboys' season over, following their loss to the Vikings and dropping their record to 1-4; their thoughts on who should start for the Eagles against: Kevin Kolb who threw for 329 yards with three touchdowns or a returning from injury Michael Vick; their thoughts on the Patriots beating the Ravens in overtime; their thoughts on if the Steelers the best team in the NFL, following their win over the Browns and going to 4-1; their thoughts on NFL management saying that harder helmet-to-helmet hits, intentional or not, players who initiate the hits will be suspended rather than fined; their thoughts Oklahoma being ranked the #1 team in the first BCS poll of the season; their thoughts on if the NFL should change their passing interference rule, maxing yards gained at 15, instead of the spot where the penalty took place; their thoughts on game three of the ALCS, where Cliff Lee pitches for the Texas Rangers and Andy Pettite starts for the Yankees. Later Tony and Mike play Mail Time!moreless
  • October 15, 2010
    October 15, 2010
    Episode 224
    10/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if it is important for the Yankees to win game one of the ALCS, since they don't have to face Texas Rangers ace Cliff Lee until game three; their thoughts on 1-3 teams Cowboys and Vikings playing one another; their thoughts on a play during the San Diego State/BYU game, where a ball was clearly fumbled and challenged by San Diego State, but was not overturned by the replay officials, when it was later found out that one was employee of BYU and the other was an alumni. Later Tony and Mike play Over.Under! Brent Musburger from ABC Sports, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 14, 2010
    October 14, 2010
    Episode 223
    10/14/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the San Fransisco Giants and Phillies not setting their rotations for the NLCS, where they hold onto the option of starting game one pitchers, Tim Lincecum and Roy Halladay, in game four of the NLCS; their thoughts on Alex Rodriguez talking about being booed when returning to Texas to play the Rangers, seven years after he was traded to the Yankees; their thoughts on if Brett Favre will end his consecutive starts record, due to tendinitis in his elbow. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 13, 2010
    October 13, 2010
    Episode 222
    10/13/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Cliff Lee leading the Texas Rangers to the ALDS win over the Rays, making it the first playoff series the Rangers have ever won; their thoughts on who the best pitcher is, leading into the AL and NLCS': C.C. Sabathia of the Yankees, Roy Halladay of the Phillies, Tim Lincecum of the Giants or Cliff Lee of the Rangers; their thoughts on LeBron James injury his hamstring in the Heat's pre-season game against CSK Moscow, days after Dwayne Wade injured his hamstring; their thoughts on Gilbert Arenas faking an injury because he thought his Wizards teammate Chris Young, needed more playing time; their thoughts on if it is a smart move by the Browns to start rookie quarterback Colt McCoy, in his very first NFL game against the Steelers; their thoughts on Saints fans taking up a campaign to move Halloween a day early, so fans can attend the Saints game and the fans watching at home won't be bothered. Later Tony and Mike give their Report Cards!moreless
  • October 12, 2010
    October 12, 2010
    Episode 221
    10/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Jets advancing to 4-1 as they beat the Vikings who fall to 1-3; their thoughts on which pitcher has the advantage in the Rangers/Rays final game in their ALDS: Cliff Lee or David Price; their thoughts on the San Francisco Giants advancing to the NLCS and Giants players applauding Braves manager Bobby Cox after the game was over; their thoughts on the Patriots acquiring Deion Branch and if his acquisition will make up for the loss of Randy Moss; their thoughts on North Carolina head football coach Butch Davis saying he had no knowledge of players taking money from agents. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up!moreless
  • October 11, 2010
    October 11, 2010
    Episode 220
    10/11/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on how Brett Favre will play against the Jets, admits the controversy of alleged lewd text messages to a former Jets employee and being investigated by the NFL; their thoughts on the Saints falling to 3-2, following their loss to the Arizona Cardinals; their thoughts on the Redskins beating the Packers; their thoughts on if either Wade Phillips or Norv Turner are currently on the hot seat, following the Cowboys loss to the Titans and the Chargers loss to the Raiders; their thoughts on the 49ers owner Jed York saying that the team will win the NFC West, the day after the 49ers loss to the Eagles and fell to 0-5; their thoughts on if Alabama's loss to South Carolina is a good or bad thing for NCAA football; their thoughts on the Yankees and Phillies sweeps in the DLS against the Twins and Reds. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • October 8, 2010
    October 8, 2010
    Episode 219
    10/8/10
    0.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Yankees taking a 2-0 lead over the Twins in their ALDS; their thoughts on the Texas Rangers taking a 2-0 lead over the Rays in their ALDS; their thoughts on the San Francisco Giants winning game one of their NLDS against the Braves; their thoughts on the reports that say the NFL is investigating Brett Favre, for allegedly sending racy pictures to a former employee of the Jets at the time he was playing for the team. Later Mike and Bob play Over/Under! Chip Kelly, Oregon Ducks head football coach, joins Mike and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 7, 2010
    October 7, 2010
    Episode 218
    10/7/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Roy Halladay pitching a no-hitter against the Reds in the Phillies' game one of their NLDS; their thoughts on the Yankees winning game one of their ALDS against the Twins, where the Twins gave up a 3-0 lead; their thoughts on the reports that continue to say the Brett Favre and Brad Childress are still butting heads in the Vikings locker room and that the addition of Randy Moss could only make things worse; their thoughts on Darrelle Revis saying that Randy Moss took plays off during the Patriots/Jets game earlier in the NFL season. Later Tony and Mike give their Report Cards! Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 6, 2010
    October 6, 2010
    Episode 217
    10/6/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Patriots trading Randy Moss to the Vikings for a third round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft; their thoughts on if the acquisition of Randy Moss will make the Vikings a better team; their thoughts on the Texas Rangers taking a 1-0 lead in the ALDS against the Rays. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Jared Allen, Minnesota Vikings defensive end, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 5, 2010
    October 5, 2010
    Episode 217
    10/5/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Patriots crushing the Dolphins 41-14, where the Dolphins special teams allowed 2 touchdowns and let up a blocked field goal, which led to the Dolphins firing their special teams coach; their thoughts on Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels and quarterback Kyle Orton saying that the Titans defense plays dirty and cheap; does Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington deserve extra praise for getting the team into the playoffs, following him admitting to cocaine use in the off-season. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word?, then a little later they play Toss Up!moreless
  • October 4, 2010
    October 4, 2010
    Episode 216
    10/4/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what's the biggest story coming out of the Redskins/Eagles game: Donovan McNabb returning to Philadelphia and leading the Redskins to the win, Michael Vick being injured or Kevin Kolb playing poorly in relief of Vick; their thoughts on the New York Giants beating the Bears; with the Ravens beating the Steelers in Pittsburgh, does it make them the best team in the NFL; their thoughts on the Jets beating the Bills, where LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 133 yards with two touchdowns; their thoughts on Europe winning the Ryder Cup; their thoughts on the Jaguars beating the Colts on a last second field goal; their thoughts on the 49ers falling to 0-4, following their loss to the Falcons; their thoughts on if Oregon jumping ahead in the NCAA polls, over Boise State, was earned following their win over Stanford. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • October 1, 2010
    October 1, 2010
    Episode 215
    10/1/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on outcry from Steeler and Raven fans, following the reports that say Ben Roethlisberger and Ray Lewis have been talking where Lewis is said to be helping Roethlisberger since his problems in the off-season; which would be the better NCAA football game to watch: Florida/Alabama or Stanford/Oregon; their thoughts on Kenyon Martin saying he's not ready to rush back to Nuggets training camp, following his knee surgery, because the Nuggets have yet to extend his contract; their thoughts on the Twins losing six out of their last ten games and if their slumping ways will continue into the playoffs. Later Mike and Dan play Over/Under!moreless
  • September 30, 2010
    September 30, 2010
    Episode 214
    9/30/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on LeBron James' interview on CNN, where he said that race played a factor in all the backlash when he announced that he was going to play for the Heat; their thoughts on if Tiger Woods' comeback will start at the 2010 Ryder Cup; their thoughts on Alberto Contador testing positive for performance enhancing drugs during the 2010 Tour de France, which he won and Contador blaming it on eating tainted meat; their thoughts on Nebraska selling game worn football jerseys, just a few weeks after the NCAA suspended a Georgia wide receiver for selling his jersey to an agent. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 29, 2010
    September 29, 2010
    Episode 213
    9/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Donovan McNabb saying he expects to be cheered, more than booed, upon his return to Philadelphia in the Redskins/Eagles game; their thoughts on Wizards owner Ted Leonsis saying the NBA is expected to bring in a hard salary cap, much like the NHL has, where Leonsis owns the Capitals; their thoughts on LSU head coach ripping LSU fans for booing when LSU was beating West Virginia; their thoughts on Dez Bryant's $55,000 restaurant tab, where his Cowboys teammates told the waitresses that he was picking up the bill. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 28, 2010
    September 28, 2010
    Episode 212
    9/28/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the better team won in the Bears/Packers team, where the Bears won on the back of 18 penalties by the Packers; their thoughts on Colts general manager Bill Pollian saying that the NFL season will be expanded to 18 regular season games; their thoughts on Rays players David Price and Evan Longoria saying that it's embarrassing that only 12,000 fans showed up to a game where the Rays could have clinched the AL East; their thoughts on Greg Oden saying that there isn't any proof that he's a draft bust for the Trailblazers and saying that he's just injury prone. Later Tony and Mike give their Report Cards!moreless
  • September 27, 2010
    September 27, 2010
    Episode 211
    9/27/10
    6.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if Michael Vick is easier to believe in now, following his three throwing touchdowns and one running touchdown performance and leading the Eagles over the Jaguars; their thoughts on if it's fair for the media to blame all the Redskins problems on Donovan McNabb; their thoughts on the Jets/Dolphins game, where the Jets won and Braylon Edwards had a touchdown; their thoughts on the Cowboys/Texans game, where the Cowboys got their first win of the season; their thoughts on what's the bigger story coming out of the 49ers/Chiefs game: the 49ers going 0-3 or the Chiefs going 3-0; their thoughts on if the Steelers are the best team in the NFL, following their win over the Buccaneers and going 3-0 without Ben Roethlisberger. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • September 24, 2010
    September 24, 2010
    Episode 210
    9/24/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bill Simmons discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on which would be the better result of the Cowboys/Texans game for the NFL: a Cowboys or Texans win; their thoughts on the movement by baseball stations pushing for Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez to win the Cy Young Award, even though his season record is 12-12; their thoughts on Don Nelson leaving the Warriors as their head coach; their thoughts on NBA officials and referees announcing that they will start to call more technical fouls, starting in the 2010-11 NBA season. Later Tony and Bill play Over/Under! Brent Musburger from ABC Sports joins Tony and Bill for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 23, 2010
    September 23, 2010
    Episode 209
    9/23/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bill Simmons discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Jose Bautista, outfielder for the Blue Jays, hitting his 50th home run of the season and if he should believed that he hasn't used performance enhancing drugs, as Bautista has never hit more than 20 in a season; their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern giving the Wizards and Gilbert Arenas a gag order, which forbids them from talking about Arenas' gun incident in the Wizards' locker room; their thoughts on Dwight Howard saying he thinks Kevin Durant is a better basketball player than LeBron James. Later Tony and Bill play What's the Word? Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Bill for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 22, 2010
    September 22, 2010
    Episode 208
    9/22/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bill Simmons discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Eagles head coach Andy Reid naming Michael Vick as the Eagles starting quarterback, a day after he said that Kevin Colb was the starting quarterback; their thoughts on if Wade Phillips Cowboys head coaching is in jeopardy, if the Cowboys lose to the Texans and start the season 0-3; their thoughts on if Braylon Edwards should play in the Jets game against the Dolphins, following his arrest for DUI; their thoughts on the Tampa Bay Rays owner saying that the team will not resign several key players at the end of the 2010 MLB season. Later Tony and Bill play Odds Makers! Kevin Love, Minnesota Timberwolves forward, joins Tony and Bill for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 21, 2010
    September 21, 2010
    Episode 207
    9/21/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bill Simmons discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Saints beating the 49ers and 49ers running back Frank Gore saying that the 49ers are a better team than the saints; their thoughts on Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards being arrested for DUI; their thoughts on the reports that say Carmelo Anthony could be traded to the Nets and if the trade goes through, how much better does it make the Nets; their thoughts on Joe Torre saying that he would be "curious" to manage again, if the Mets managerial job was open; their thoughts on the Ohio University mascot attacking the Ohio State mascot at the Ohio University/Ohio State football game; their thoughts on Mo Williams saying he contemplated retiring from the NBA, following LeBron James' announcement that he'd be signing with the Heat; their thoughts on if Kurt Warner would un-retire and return to the Arizona Cardinals. Later Tony and Bill play Toss Up!moreless
  • September 20, 2010
    September 20, 2010
    Episode 206
    9/20/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Michael Vick going 21-34 with two touchdowns, that lead the Eagles over the Lions and if Vick should start over Kevin Kolb in the Eagles week three game against the Jaguars; their thoughts on if the Cowboys should start to panic following their loss to the Bears and starting the season 0-2; their thoughts on Brett Favre's performance against the Dolphins, where he threw three interceptions and had a fumble in the Vikings own end zone; their thoughts on if the Jets beating the Patriots 28-14 is a big win for the Jets; their thoughts on if the Texans are top NFL team now, following their overtime win against the Redskins and Matt Schaub throwing for 497 yards; their thoughts on Ray Lewis saying the referees cost the Ravens a win over Bengals, after two questionable penalties were called that lead to the Bengals scoring; their thoughts on if the NFL should suspend Brandon Jacobs after he threw his helmet into the stands, after he was pulled from the Colts/Giants game; their thoughts on the Steelers/Titans game, where the Steelers went 2-0 with their third string quarterback and the Titans pulling Vince Young in favor of back-up quarterback Kerry Collins. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • September 17, 2010
    September 17, 2010
    Episode 205
    9/17/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Reggie Bush saying that him forfeiting the 2004 Heisman Trophy award was not an admission of guilt; their thoughts on 49ers head coach Mike Singletary calling the person, within the 49ers organization, who is talking to the media anonymously, a rat; their thoughts on Jim Brown not attending the Browns' Ring of Honor ceremony, due to relationship problems with the Browns' new front office. Later Tony and Dan play What's the Word? Hunter Hillenmeyer, Chicago Bears linebacker, joins Tony and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 16, 2010
    September 16, 2010
    Episode 204
    9/16/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Derek Jeter faking that he was hit by a pitch in the Yankees/Rays game, then after the game Jeter admitted that the ball didn't hit him; their thoughts on Pat Riley announcing that the Heat will be moving training camp from Miami to Fort Walton, an Air Force base in Florida; their thoughts on the Rockets saying that they're only going to be playing Yao Ming for 24 minutes per game. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under! Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 15, 2010
    September 15, 2010
    Episode 203
    9/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on both Eagles players, Kevin Kolb and Stuart Bradley failing their concussion tests, which could leave them out of the Eagles week two game; their thoughs on Florida NCAA football player Chris Rainey being arrested on stalking charges, marking the 30th player to be arrested under Urban Meyer's six year stint as head coach; are the Twins a legitimate World Series contender, since they have the best record in MLB since the All-Star break; their thoughts on the reports that say the 2009-2010 Kentucky basketball season may be vacated by the NCAA, due to grade discrepancies of player Eric Bledsoe; their thoughts on Brandon Jennings saying he feels he wasn't invited to play for Team USA, because he is sponsored by Under Armour, when the team is sponsored by Nike. Later Tony and Mike do some Role Playing!moreless
  • September 14, 2010
    September 14, 2010
    Episode 202
    9/14/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Reggie Bush forfeiting his 2005 Heisman Trophy award due to allegations that his family received gifts and money while he played at USC; should the Jets still be considered a Super Bowl team, following their loss to the Ravens; their thoughts on if the Chargers should be worried after their loss the the Chiefs; their thoughts on Rafael Nadal winning the U.S. Open, making it his ninth grand slam championship and if he would be able to catch up to Roger Federer's career lead of sixteen grand slam championships. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Bart Scott, New York Jets linebacker, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 13, 2010
    September 13, 2010
    Episode 201
    9/13/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should the NFL change the rule that says players, who receive the ball, have to control it through the ground - the same rule that controversially over-turned a game winning touchdown for the Lions against the Bears; did Randy Moss take away from the Patriots win over the Bengals, by complaining about his current contract status in the Patriots post-game press conference; their thoughts on if the Cowboys lost their game against the Redskins or if the Redskins won, as the Cowboys had a game winning touchdown, at the last second of the game that was ultimately negated by a holding call on the Cowboys; does the Texans win over the Colts say more about the Texans or the Colts; their thoughts on if Michael Vick should start over Kevin Kolb, even if Kolb is cleared to start the Eagles next game; should the Falcons be worried about Matt Ryan's performance, following the Falcons loss to the Steelers; their thoughts on Pete Carroll's first win as Seahawks head coach, 31-6 over the 49ers; does Boise State's win over Virginia Tech mean less now, since Virgina Tech loss to Division-A team James Madison. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • September 10, 2010
    September 10, 2010
    Episode 200
    9/10/10
    8.5
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Saints beating the Vikings to kickoff the 2010 NFL season and if Brett Favre's late arrival to Vikings training camp left him rusty and caused the Vikings to lose; their thoughts on players from both the Saints and Vikings showing unity before the game, by sticking up their index fingers, signifying they are sticking together as an NFL lockout looms over the 2011 season; their thoughts on the Patriots extending Tom Brady's contract through 2014, while making an estimated $18 million dollars per season and also making him the highest paid player in the NFL. Later Tony and Dan play Odds Makers! Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 9, 2010
    September 9, 2010
    Episode 199
    9/9/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: the kickoff of the 2010 NFL season as the Vikings head to New Orleans to play the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Saints and if the Saints will attack Brett Favre the same way they did in the 2009 NFC Championship game; their thoughts on Ray Lewis saying he's tired of all the Jets talk and saying the only team that should be doing all that talking is the defending champions the Saints; their thoughts on David Blatt and Mike Krzyzewski getting into an argument over the controversial 1972 Olympic Basketball Gold Medal Game that was played between Russia and the United States; their thoughts on the reports that say Carmelo Anthony is asking for a trade from the Nuggets to either the Knicks or the Bulls; their thoughts on Joe Montana saying some of the events depicted in the movie Rudy were exaggerated, including the scene were Notre Dame players threw their jersey's on the head coaches desk and when the team chanted Rudy's name, they did it jokingly. Later Tony and Mike give their Report Cards! Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 8, 2010
    September 8, 2010
    Episode 198
    9/8/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say Kentucky basketball recruit Enes Kanter received $100,000 while playing on a professional basketball team in his come country of Turkey; their thoughts on Floyd Mayweather's comments on Manny Pacquiao, where people have called Mayweather's comments racist and homophobic; their thoughts on if the Ravens should target Darrelle Revis in their opening game against the Jets, since Revis has missed all of the Jets training camp; their thoughts on the NCAA suspending Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green for selling a game used jersey to an agent. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up!, then a little later they play What's the Word?moreless
  • September 7, 2010
    September 7, 2010
    Episode 197
    9/7/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say the NCAA will strip Reggie Bush of his Heisman trophy and it will be vacated for the 2003 season and will not be awarded to Vince Young, who was the runner-up; their thoughts on Boise State beating Virginia Tech and if it makes them BCS worthy; their thoughts on Randy Moss saying he feels unwanted by the Patriots as he is going into the final year of his contract, with no negotiations for an extension; their thoughts on Darrelle Revis ending his holdout with the Jets; their thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals releasing Matt Leinart and then signing with the Texans; their thoughts on Tiger Woods being named to play in the Ryder Cup; their thoughts on the Steelers not electing Ben Roethlisberger as a team captain and Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin saying that Ben Roethlisberger's starting job is not guaranteed, when he comes back from suspension. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • September 3, 2010
    September 3, 2010
    Episode 196
    9/3/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if it was a good or bad day for the Steelers, as they learned Ben Roethlisberger's suspension was reduced from six games to four games and their back-up to Roethlisberger, Byron Leftwich, sustained an injury in a pre-season game that could leave him out for the first half of the season. Later Tony and Bob give their Report Cards! Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN NCAA Football analyst, joins Tony and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • September 2, 2010
    September 2, 2010
    Episode 195
    9/2/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Nationals' player Nyjer Morgan charging the mound, after being thrown behind by a Marlins pitcher after he was already hit by a pitch; their thoughts on Andy Roddick losing in the second round of the U.S. Open; their thoughts on the reports that say Ben Roethlisberger's handlers will ask Roger Goodell to cut Roethlisberger's suspension from six games, to three games; their thoughts on if the NFL should be worried about a third straight of declining attendance, due to economic issues and the rise of HDTV's. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under!; then a little later Tony and Mike play What's the Word?moreless
  • September 1, 2010
    September 1, 2010
    Episode 194
    9/1/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the Yankees would let Derek Jeter become a free agent, if the reports are true, that Jeter is looking for a long-term contract with money that is equal to Alex Rodriguez; their thoughts on Aroldis Chapman's debut with the Reds, where he struck out two Brewers players in one inning pitched; their thoughts on Titans running back Chris Johnson saying he wants to be a star, on the same level of Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant; their thoughts on if more NCAA football teams will go independent, following BYU leaving the Mountain West Conference and signing an exclusive contract with ESPN. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Jimmy Johnson, FOX NFL analyst and Survivor: Nicaragua contestant, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 31, 2010
    August 31, 2010
    Episode 193
    8/31/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Cardinals naming Derek Anderson as the team's starting quarterback and what Cardinals management should do with Matt Leinart; their thoughts on the claims that agent Drew Rosenhaus is stealing clients away from other agents; their thoughts on college football fans, specifically SEC fans, complaining that Boise State has an easy schedule that could lead them to the National Championship team. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Peter King, Sports Illustrated columnist, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 30, 2010
    August 30, 2010
    Episode 192
    8/30/10
    6.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Roger Clemens pleading not guilty on the charges that he lied, while under oath, when testified for Congress; their thoughts on the White Sox claiming Manny Ramirez off of waivers from the Dodgers; their thoughts on Peyton Manning's concerns about the NFL moving umpires from the defensive side of the ball, to the offensive die; their thoughts on Nationals' pitcher Stephen Strasburg needing Tommy John surgery. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • August 19, 2010
    August 19, 2010
    Episode 191
    8/19/10
    5.5
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on reports saying that Brett Favre and other Vikings players do not respect head coach Brad Childress and criticizing his offense play calling; their thoughts on Roger Clemens being indicted by the United States government for lying under oath to Congress; their thoughts on Rory McIlroy saying that he hopes the United States puts Tiger Woods on the Ryder Cup team so he can "crush" Woods; their thoughts on Keith Brooking saying that the Jets and Rex Ryan need to stop talking, until they've actually won something; their thoughts LeGarrette Blount getting into fight with a Titans teammate and throwing a punch at him, much like Blount did when in college, when a punched a Boise State player after a game. Later Bob and Dan play What's the Word?moreless
  • August 18, 2010
    August 18, 2010
    Episode 190
    8/18/10
    5.0
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the Vikings should be favorites to win the Super Bowl, now that Brett Favre has officially returned to the team; their thoughts on if the White Sox made a mistake by letting Jim Thome go, following his walk-off home run for his new team, the Twins; their thoughts on Rex Ryan saying that he feels upset that Tony Dungy doesn't really like him. Later Bob and Dan play Odds Makers!moreless
  • August 17, 2010
    August 17, 2010
    Episode 189
    8/17/10
    0.0
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Brett Favre's Vikings teammates flying down to Mississippi to convince him to return and play with the team; their thoughts on LeBron James' GQinterview, where he said that he would re-do his prime-time "decision" show again, if he could and that would make a good story is he returned to play for the Cavaliers later in his career; their thoughts on what the Mets should do with Francisco Rodriguez, as he tore a ligament in his thumb, during the fight with his father-in-law, that will leave him out for the rest of the season; their thoughts on Tony Dungy saying that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should get involved with Rex Ryan, because of his using of bad language while in an NFL atmosphere. Later Bob and Dan give their Report Cards! Ron Gardenhire, Minnesota Twins manager, joins Bob and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 16, 2010
    August 16, 2010
    Episode 188
    8/16/10
    5.5
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the PGA Championship and the controversial ruling on Dustin Johnson's downing his club on a alleged bunker; their thoughts on Twins manager Ron Gardenhire pulling pitcher Kevin Slowey, while having a no-hitter going into the seventh inning; their thoughts on Tim Tebow's Broncos preseason debut, where he went 8-13 and had a touchdown; their thoughts on FIFA talking about ending ties in World Cup games, by going to shoot-outs or having a golden goal extra time and if FIFA does do this, is it mainly to attract fans from the United States. Later Bob and Dan do Mail Time!moreless
  • August 13, 2010
    August 13, 2010
    Episode 187
    8/13/10
    0.0
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Nike not letting LeBron James talk to the crowd or to ESPN at Radio City Music Hall, during a Team USA inter-squad game; their thoughts on Reggie Bush apologizing to USC and new Athletic Director Pat Hayden, following the NCAA's sanctions that were levied towards USC; their thoughts on Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall saying if there is a NFL lockout, he will turn to the NBA. Later Bob and Dan play Toss Up!moreless
  • August 12, 2010
    August 12, 2010
    Episode 186
    8/12/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Johnny Cueto, of the Reds, being suspended for seven games for kicking at Cardinals pitcher Cris Carpenter, during the Cardinals/Reds bench-clearing brawl; their thoughts on the Mets suspending Fransico Rodriguez for two days, after he allegedly punched his father-in-law while in the Mets locker room; their thoughts on Isiah Thomas withdrawing from his Knicks consulting offer, following pressure from the NBA; their thoughts on Chipper Jones tearing his ACL, which could end his career. Later Mike and Dan give their Report Cards!moreless
  • August 11, 2010
    August 11, 2010
    Episode 185
    8/11/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the bench clearing brawl between the Cardinals and Reds, which was instigated and started by Brandon Phillips of the Reds, as he called the Cardinals' players "little bitches", the Cardinals went on to sweep the series from the Reds; their thoughts on LeBron James saying he's taking mental notes of what people are saying about him, since his signing with the Heat; their thoughts on Stephen Strasburg's first start for the Nationals, since returning from the disabled list, where the Marlins scored six runs on him in 4 2/3 innings; their thoughts on the Raiders owner Al Davis saying that the 2010 Raiders team reminds him of the 1980's Raider team, which is the last time the Raiders won the Super Bowl; their thoughts on Nick Saban banning NFL scouts from Alabama's practices; their thoughts on Andy Reid allegedly telling a fan to remove his Donovan McNabb Washington Redskins' jersey, while attending the Eagles training camp. Later Mike and Dan play Odds Makers!moreless
  • August 10, 2010
    August 10, 2010
    Episode 184
    8/10/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Jets' owner Woody Johnson saying that Darrelle Revis may miss the entire 2010 NFL season, due to Revis' holdout; their thoughts on if the NBA should void Isiah Thomas' consulting contract with the Knicks, because he wants to keep his head coaching job at FIU; their thoughts on Reds player Brandon Phillips saying that the players on the Cardinals are all "little bitches"; their thoughts on former Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson competing on Survivor: Nicaragua. Later Mike and Dan play What's the Word?moreless
  • August 9, 2010
    August 9, 2010
    Episode 183
    8/9/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods finish +18 at the Firestone tournament, 30 off the leader and finishing the tournament in second to last place; their thoughts on the reports that say Donnie Walsh almost quit, when he learned that Isiah Thomas was hired as a consultant for the Knicks; their thoughts on NFL referee Bill Leavy saying he blew a couple of calls at Super Bowl XL, between the Steelers and Seahawks, saying he's had many sleepless nights after his bad calls against the Seahawks, which could have cost them the Super Bowl. Later Mike and Dan do Mail Time!moreless
  • August 6, 2010
    August 6, 2010
    Episode 182
    8/6/10
    6.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods going +2, after going +4 the previous round at the Firestone tournament; their thoughts on Joe Maddon saying that the Rays need a new stadium and one of the reasons is the catwalk the hangs over the field; their thoughts on the Knicks re-hiring Isiah Thomas, this time as a team consultant and he will remain as head coach of FIU; their thoughts on D'Angelo Hall saying the Redskins meeting with NFL Commissioner was a waste of time, as he had nothing new on the impending NFL lockout. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under!moreless
  • August 5, 2010
    August 5, 2010
    Episode 181
    8/5/10
    5.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the New York Times reporting that a former teammate of Lance Armstrong is cooperating with the United States government, saying that Armstrong used performance enhancing drugs and encouraged teammates to do so as well; their thoughts on Nolan Ryan and his group of investors being named the new owners of the Texas Rangers, over Mark Cuban; their thoughts on New York Daily News' headline of Alex Roriguez's 600th home run that read "Congrats* (on your tainted milestone)" and if it was fair for the paper to use that headline. Later Tony and Mike do some Role Play! Andy Roddick joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 4, 2010
    August 4, 2010
    Episode 180
    8/4/10
    6.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Alex Rodriguez hitting his 600th career home run, making him the seventh player in MLB history to do so; their thoughts on Brett Favre telling ESPN reporter Ed Werder that he hasn't retired from the NFL and he will play with Vikings in the 2010 NFL season if his surgically repaired ankle is healed enough; their thoughts on Amare Stoudemire exploring the Jewish faith; their thoughts on the reports that say the NFL is looking into adding a microchip into the football, so they can have more accurate calls on touchdowns and first downs. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Peter King, Sports Illustrated columnist, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 3, 2010
    August 3, 2010
    Episode 179
    8/3/10
    6.8
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say Brett Favre will not return to the Vikings and will retire from the NFL; their thoughts on if Alex Rodriguez's chase for 600 home runs is hurting the Yankees, as the team has dropped 3-4 games while Rodriguez is hitting 9-45 in those games; their thoughts on the reports that say Shaquille O'Neal is close to signing with the Celtics; their thoughts on LeBron James taking out a full page ad in he Akron Beacon Journal, thanking the fans of Akron, but not mentioning the fans of Cleveland; their thoughts on Chargers' players Phillip Rivers and Antonio Gates saying that he team feels more cohesive now that LaDainian Tomlinson is gone from the Chargers. Later Mike and Tony give their Report Cards! Joe Maddon, Tampa Bay Rays manager, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • August 2, 2010
    August 2, 2010
    Episode 178
    8/2/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Stuart Appleby shooting a 59 at the Greenbrier Classic, making him the fourth different golfer in a month to shoot under 60; their thoughts on Darrelle Revis holding out from Jets' training camp, saying he wants a new contract and to be paid the highest paid corner back in the NFL; their thoughts on three different players from the Chargers holding out and the general manager of the team saying they will not recieve new contracts; their thoughts on Ozzie Guillen saying the MLB treats Asian players better than Latino players, because Asian players have an interpreter, where Latino players do not; their thoughts on the reports that say Shaquille O'Neal could sign with a European basketball team, because they could offer more money and playing time, something NBA teams aren't willing to do for him. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • July 29, 2010
    July 29, 2010
    Episode 177
    7/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on ESPN.com pulling an article on LeBron James and his recent stint in Las Vegas; their thoughts on a fan at a Cleveland Indians home game having to be escorted out of Jacob's Field, because he was wearing a LeBron James' Miami Heat jersey; their thoughts on Albert Haynesworth failing the Redskins' conditioning test; their thoughts on the Phillies acquiring Roy Oswalt from the Astros; their thoughts on the Nationals placing Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list; their thoughts on the MLS All-Stars losing 5-2 to Manchester United. Later Tony and Dan give their Report Cards!moreless
  • July 28, 2010
    July 28, 2010
    Episode 176
    7/28/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Nationals scratching Stephen Strasburg from his scheduled start, due to inflammation in his shoulder; their thoughts on Terrell Owens signing with the Bengals; their thoughts on Kobe Bryant recruiting Matt Barnes and Rajah Bell to play with the Lakers; their thoughts on which soccer league has the brightest future in the United States: MLS or the English Premier League. Later Tony and Mike do Role Play! Mike Kryzewski, Team USA and Duke Blue Devils head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • July 27, 2010
    July 27, 2010
    Episode 175
    7/27/10
    7.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Rays' Matt Garza throwing a no-hitter against the Tigers, marking the 5th no-hitter of the 2010 MLB season; their thoughts on the Marlins banning players from pie facing players, follow Chris Coghlan tearing a ligament in his knee while doing it to a teammate; their thoughts on the NFL mandating that teams leave a poster up in the locker rooms, that tell the signs of concussions; their thoughts on Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips saying he doesn't support hazing on his team; their thoughts on the Titans suing USC, after USC hired the Titans running backs coach, claiming that they maliciously lured the coach away, forcing him to breach his contract. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Charles Barkley, TNT NBA analyst joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • July 26, 2010
    July 26, 2010
    Episode 174
    7/26/10
    7.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Chris Paul saying he wants to play for the Hornets for years to come, after saying he wants to be traded; their thoughts on Cowboys' rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant saying we wasn't going to carry Roy Williams' shoulder pads, saying he was drafted to play football and not carry shoulder pads; their thoughts on the reports that say the Bengals will offer Terrell Owens a contract; their thoughts on the Lane Kiffin/Jeff Fisher feud, following Kiffin's hiring of a Titan's assistant coach, without telling Fisher; their thoughts on Alex Rodriguez sitting on 599 home runs and if a player hitting 600 home runs means anything now; their thoughts on the reports that say the Bulls will offer Tracy McGrady a contract; their thoughts on Diana Taurasi saying she may take a year off away from the WNBA to play in the European league. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • July 16, 2010
    July 16, 2010
    Episode 173
    7/16/10
    5.0
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the second round of the British Open, where play was suspended for nearly an hour, due to the wind; their thoughts on Kevin Durant saying where is all the competition in the NBA, with players signing with the Heat and Lakers; their thoughts on MLS denying Landon Donovan's transferring to Everton, saying that it wouldn't be in the best interest of the MLS; their thoughts on Anfernee Hardaway saying he wants to play for the Heat and if he was to play with them, would he be a productive member. Later Bob and Dan play Toss Up!; then a little later they give their Report Cards!moreless
  • July 15, 2010
    July 15, 2010
    Episode 172
    7/15/10
    6.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the opening round of the British Open, where Rory McIlroy shot an all-time tournament record of 63; their thoughts on Jack Nicklaus saying that he doesn't want Tiger Woods to break his majors won record; their thoughts on why Floyd Mayweather has yet to sign onto the boxing match with Manny Pacquiao, after Pacquiao has and agreed to steroid testing that killed the match-up before; their thoughts on Jermaine O'Neal saying he could have resigned with the Heat, but chose to sign with the Celtics. Later Mike and Bob play What's the Word? Kenny Williams, Chicago White Sox general manager, joins Mike and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • July 14, 2010
    July 14, 2010
    Episode 171
    7/14/10
    5.5
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the National League winning the MLB All-Star Game and if both Charlie Manuel and Joe Girardi mismanaged their teams; their thoughts on Dwayne Wade saying that the Lakers should be the favorites to win the NBA Championship next season and not the Heat; their thoughts on Mike Tyson saying he thinks that his life has been a waste; their thoughts on the Ravens banning adults from seeking autographs from players and limiting it to children under the age of fifteen. Later Bob and Dan play Odds Makers! with topics on: chances that the Patriots sign Terrell Owens; chances that Albert Haynesworth improves over last season. Mike Tirico joins Bob and Dan to talk about the British Open.moreless
  • July 13, 2010
    July 13, 2010
    Episode 170
    7/13/10
    0.0
    Bob Ryan and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the death of Yankee's owner George Steinbrenner dying at the age of 80; their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern fining Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert $100,000 for his comments, following LeBron James' departure; should Tiger Woods be the favorite to win the British Open; their thoughts on why the Timberwolves would trade Al Jefferson to the Jazz for draft picks; their thoughts on if Joe Girardi should be interested in the Cubs managerial job, if should come open at the season's end. Later Bob and Dan give their Reports Cards!moreless
  • July 12, 2010
    July 12, 2010
    Episode 169
    7/12/10
    5.5
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Spain beating the Netherlands to win the 2010 World Cup and if the final game of the tournament lived up to all the hype; their thoughts on Jesse Jackson accusing Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert of having a "slave master mentality," following Gilbert's diatribe when LeBron James announced he was signing with the Heat; their thoughts on Mark Cuban saying that the NBA should investigate the Heat, Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh for tampering and collusion; their thoughts on the reports that say the Knicks would consider re-hiring Isiah Thomas as a general manager, if Donnie Walsh decides to step down. Later Mike and Bob do Mail Time!moreless
  • July 9, 2010
    July 9, 2010
    Episode 168
    7/9/10
    6.5
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the criticism of both LeBron James and ESPN, following James' prime-time announcement that he is signing with the Miami Heat; their thoughts on Dan Gilbert's, owner of the Cavaliers, open letter to the fans, where he called LeBron James a quitter, for his play in the playoffs against the Celtics and also calling his signing with the Heat a betrayal; their thoughts on if Pat Riley will take over the head coaching role of the Heat, from Eric Spolstra, if the Heat struggle early next season; their thoughts on the Mariners snubbing the Yankees, by trading Cliff Lee to the Rangers, instead of to the Yankees. Later Mike and Bob give their Report Cards!moreless
  • July 8, 2010
    July 8, 2010
    Episode 167
    7/8/10
    6.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say LeBron James will join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh with Heat and if those reports are true, what would be reasonable expectations of the team; their thoughts on what kind of hatred LeBron James would have on him, from Cavaliers fans, if he does leave the team; their thoughts on Tennessee turning down Lane Kiffin's request to play USC this season; their thoughts on Terrell Owens blaming ESPN for the reason as he doesn't have any contract offers from NFL teams. Later Mike and Dan play Over/Under!moreless
  • July 7, 2010
    July 7, 2010
    Episode 166
    7/7/10
    0.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh announcing that they will both sign with the Heat and not taking max contracts, so the organization can add on complimentary players; their thoughts on LeBron James making his decision on which team he'll sign with, live on ESPN in prime-time; their thoughts on Kevin Durant resigning with the Thunder for five more years and not taking a maxed out contract; their thoughts on Spain beating Germany to advance to the World Cups Finals, where they will take on the Netherlands; their thoughts on the Clippers hiring Vinny del Negro as the team's new head coach. Later Mike and Bob play What's the Word?moreless
  • July 6, 2010
    July 6, 2010
    Episode 165
    7/6/10
    6.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say the Raptors are close to doing a sign-and-trade with Chris Bosh, that could send Bosh to the Cavaliers, a team he doesn't want to play for; will JaMarcus Russell's arrest for codeine syrup end his chances of coming back in the NFL; their thoughts on the Netherlands advancing to the finals of the World Cup; their thoughts on where Shaquille O'Neal could go, among the reported interested teams (Celtics, Hawks and Mavericks); their thoughts on Allen Iverson saying he wants to play again in the NBA and if he could be a productive player for a team. Later Mike and Dan play Odds Makers!moreless
  • July 5, 2010
    July 5, 2010
    Episode 164
    7/5/10
    0.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on which NBA free agent would leave their team: Dwayne Wade or LeBron James; if Amare Stoudemire does sign with the Knicks, would his presence with the team lead to the Knicks also acquiring both Carmelo Anthony and Tony Parker; their thoughts on Rafeal Nadal winning at Wimbledon; their thoughts on if Kobayashi's arrest at the 4th of July hot dog eating contest was staged; their thoughts on if Germany is now the favorite to win the World Cup, following their 4-1 win over Argentina. Later Mike and Bob do Mail Time!moreless
  • July 2, 2010
    July 2, 2010
    Episode 163
    7/2/10
    0.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: what impact, if any, will the meetings LeBron James had with the Heat and Clippers, have when he decides where he will sign; their thoughts on the reports that say LeBron James could make $1-2 billion dollars, if he decided to sign with the Knicks; with the Celtics extending Paul Pierce's contract, retaining Doc Rivers as head coach and possibly signing now free agent Ray Allen, could they make another run for the NBA Championship. Later Mike and Bob play Over/Under! Avery Johnson, New Jersey Nets head coach, joins Mike and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • July 1, 2010
    July 1, 2010
    Episode 162
    7/1/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what effect will the Cavaliers hiring Byron Scott, as their new head coach, have on the team re-signing LeBron James; their thoughts on what happened to the reports that said LeBron James and Chris Bosh were going to sign with the Heat; their thoughts on Wizards owner Ted Leonsis saying that the team will not be built with free agency; their thoughts on if the Eagles should cut Michael Vick, following a shooting at his birthday party, where he has yet to be ruled out as a suspect. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers!; then a little later they give their Report Cards!moreless
  • June 30, 2010
    June 30, 2010
    Episode 161
    6/30/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the pitches that the Knicks and Nets will present LeBron James, where the Knicks will sign James and two other top free agents, where the Nets pitch will be to show a map of the world, showing where the Nets new owner has made money; their thoughts on the reports that say the Nuggets would be looking to trade Carmelo Anthony, if he doesn't resign for three more seasons; their thoughts on Doc Rivers staying on as Celtics head coach, for at least one more season and Paul Pierce declaring himself a free agent; is Roger Federer's tennis career done, after being eliminated from Wimbledon by Tomas Berdych and it being Federer's second straight exit in the quarter finals. Later Tony and Bob play What's the Word?moreless
  • June 29, 2010
    June 29, 2010
    Episode 160
    6/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh meeting to talk about their futures in the NBA; their thoughts on the reports that say Dirk Nowitzki opting out of his contract with the Mavericks; their thoughts on FIFA saying they will re-consider the usage of instant replay in the World Cup. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Dan LeBatard, columnist for the Miami Herald and Bill Simmons, columnist for EPSN.com, join Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 28, 2010
    June 28, 2010
    Episode 159
    6/28/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if FIFA should institute instant replay for the World Cup, following several bad calls, that have cost teams goals; their thoughts on if the U.S. underperformed at the World Cup, as they were eliminated by Ghana in the second round of play; their thoughts on the reports that say LeBron James is certain to sign with the Bulls, while Amare Stoudamire and Joe Johnston will sign with the Knicks; their thoughts on the dust up in the Rays' dugout between BJ Upton and Evan Longoria; their thoughts on what the Cubs should do with Carlos Zambrano, following another one of hid dugout tirades this season; their thoughts on if the Diamondbacks' Edwin Jackson pitching a no-hitter, with eight walks, makes it less impressive. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • June 25, 2010
    June 25, 2010
    Episode 158
    6/25/10
    6.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: did talk of where LeBron James might go, upstage the 2010 NBA Draft, following the draft day trades by both the Bulls and the Heat, to free up cap room that could help those teams to try and sign James; their thoughts on the Trailblazers firing general manager Kevin Pritchard an hour before the NBA Draft, but staying to help the Trailblazers to pick at the draft, by request of the team's owner; their thoughts on the reports that say Rasheed Wallace will not return to the Celtics and will retire from the NBA. Later Mike and Bob give their Report Cards! Alexi Lalas, ESPN soccer analyst, joins Mike and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 24, 2010
    June 24, 2010
    Episode 157
    6/24/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it now thinkable that the U.S. could make the final four teams of the World Cup, since one team from their bracket will and that U.S. is the highest ranked in the bracket (out of Ghana, South Korea and Uruguay); their thoughts on John Isner beating Nicolas Mahut 70-68, in 11 hours at Wimbledon and if this will be the only thing John Isner will be remembered for; their thoughts on the Magic rejecting a trade offer from the Wizards, that would have sent Gilbert Arenas to the Magic and Vince Carter to the Wizards; their thoughts on the Blackhawks trading Dustin Byfuglien to the Thrashers, following an amazing performance in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Jay Bilas, ESPN NCAA basketball analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 23, 2010
    June 23, 2010
    Episode 156
    6/23/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the U.S. beating Algeria 1-0 in extra time and advancing to the next round of the World Cup; their thoughts on the U.S.'s game against Ghana and if they will be able to beat them to advance in the World Cup; their thoughts on John Isner and Nicolas Mahut having a 59-59 match at Wimbledon that lasted seven hours and will continue, after play was called due to darkness; their thoughts on Jamie Moyer giving up his 505th career home run and passing Robin Roberts on the all-time list. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Graeme McDowell, 2010 U.S. Open Champion, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 22, 2010
    June 22, 2010
    Episode 155
    6/22/10
    7.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is fair to expect the US to beat Algeria in the opening round of the World Cup, since the US is ranked higher; their thoughts on the reports that say the Hornets are willing to trade Chris Paul and if Paul does get traded, would that team be more likely to sign LeBron James; their thoughts on Michael Beasley saying he wished he stayed at Kansas State for all four years, instead of entering the NBA Draft, following his freshman year. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Ron Artest, Los Angeles Lakers forward, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 21, 2010
    June 21, 2010
    Episode 154
    6/21/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Roger Federer beating Alejandro Falla in the opening round at Wimbledon; their thoughts on Graham McDowell winning the U.S. Open; their thoughts on where Tiger Woods will finish at the British Open, following his back-to-back 4th place finishes in the majors at the Masters and the U.S. Open; their thoughts on referee Koman Coulibaly who disallowed a goal for the USA, against Slovenia, which lead the game to a 2-2 tie; where does Kobe Bryant rank among the NBA greats, after he won his fifth NBA Championship. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • June 16, 2010
    June 16, 2010
    Episode 153
    6/16/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Lakers beating the Celtics in game six of the NBA finals and forcing a game seven; their thoughts on Tom Izzo announcing the he will not leave Michigan State to coach the Cleveland Cavaliers; their thoughts on Albert Haynesworth saying he wants to be traded from the Redskins, because he doen't like the team's new 3-4 defense. Johnny Miller, NBC golf analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 15, 2010
    June 15, 2010
    Episode 152
    6/15/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on only 23 goals being scored in 14 games of the World Cup and if the lack of offense is hurting the 2010 World Cup on television; their thoughts on the Knicks management putting together a group of celebrities (Spike Lee, Donald Trump, Alec Baldwin, etc, etc) to court free agents to sign with the Knicks. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Kevin McHale joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 14, 2010
    June 14, 2010
    Episode 151
    6/14/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the Lakers are falling apart in the NBA Finals, following their loss in game five and now trailing the Celtics 3-2 in the series; their thoughts on the reports that have Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma not going to the Pac 10 and staying withing the Big XII; their thoughts on USA's tie with England in their opening game of the 2010 World Cup; their thoughts on FIFA saying they will not ban fans from using vuvuzelas; their thoughts on Mikhail Prokhorov saying that he wants to build a dynasty with the Nets; their thoughts on if Vince Young will receive any punishment from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, following his caught-on-video tape fight at a strip club. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • June 11, 2010
    June 11, 2010
    Episode 150
    6/11/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if the American public will be more excited for soccer, now that the 2010 World Cup has started; their thoughts on the Celtics winning game four of the NBA Finals and evening the series 2-2 with the Lakers; their thoughts on White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen being upset with White Sox general manager Kenny Williams, because the White Sox waited until the 22nd round of of MLB draft to select Ozney Guillen, Ozzie's son. Later Tony and Mike do some Role Play! Alexi Lalas, ESPN soccer analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 10, 2010
    June 10, 2010
    Episode 149
    6/10/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the sanctions lobbied against USC, by the NCAA, by taking away 30 scholarships and banning them from Bowl play in 2011 and 2012, also the NCAA may make USC vacate their National Championship wins and also strip Reggie Bush of his Heisman Trophy; their thoughts on the Blackhawks beating the Flyers in six games and winning the Stanley Cup; with reports saying the Cavaliers are talking to both Byron Scott and Tom Izzo for their vacant head coaching job, which hire would help the Cavaliers keep LeBron James. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN NCAA Football analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 9, 2010
    June 9, 2010
    Episode 148
    6/9/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Lakers beating the Celtics in game three of the NBA Finals and taking a 2-1 series lead; their thoughts on Stephen Strasburg's debut with the Nationals, where he struck out 14 Pirates batters in seven innings of work; their thoughts on game six of the Stanley Cup Finals, where the Blackhawks look to close out the series against the Flyers and win their first Stanley Cup in 49 years; their thoughts on the reports that have Nebraska leaving the Big XII and joining the Big Ten in NCAA Football; their thoughts on the Nets hiring Avery Johnson as their head coach. Later Tony and Mike give their Report Cards!moreless
  • June 8, 2010
    June 8, 2010
    Episode 147
    6/8/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are expectations too high that Stephen Strasburg will be able to turn around the Nationals franchise; which team is in the position to have a must win game, in game three of the NBA Finals, the Celtics or Lakers; their thoughts on MLB Comissioner Bug Selig saying the instant replay will not be expanded in Major League Baseball this season and possibly not at all; their thoughts on the reports that say a bat Pete Rose used in the year he broke Ty Cobb's all-time hit record, was x-rayed and cork was found in the barrell of the bat. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Orel Hershiser, ESPN MLB analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 7, 2010
    June 7, 2010
    Episode 146
    6/7/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Celtics beating the Lakers in game two of the NBA Finals and evening the series at 1-1; their thoughts on if the Bulls hiring Tom Thibodeau and the Cavaliers courting Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo, will have any impact on where LeBron James will sign; their thoughts on the Blackhawks having a 3-2 lead over the Flyers in the Stanley Cup Finals and if the series could still go seven games; their thoughts on the passing of John Wooden. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • June 4, 2010
    June 4, 2010
    Episode 145
    6/4/10
    0.0
    Mike and J.A. Adande discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Lakers beating the Celtics in game one of the NBA Finals; with Danny Ferry resigning as the Cavaliers general manager, will it help the teams chance to resign LeBron James; their thoughts on the reports that have the Pac 10 Conference inviting six Big 12 Conference schools (Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Colorado) to join the Pac 10; is game four of the Stanley Cup Finals a must win for the Flyers, after being down 2-1 in the series, against the Blackhawks. Later Mike and J.A. play What's the Word?moreless
  • June 2, 2010
    June 2, 2010
    Episode 143
    6/2/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is LeBron James upstaging the NBA Finals, by appearing on Larry King Live; their thoughts on Jerry West saying that LeBron James is still better than Kobe Bryant, even though Bryant has made the NBA Finals; their thoughts on the Flyers' Chris Pronger stealing the game puck, after the game is over and allegedly throwing them away, following each of the Blackhawks' win the Stanley Cup Finals; their thoughts on the Marlins selling unused tickets of the Phillies' Roy Halladay's perfect game. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Dario Franchitti, 2010 Indianapolis 500 Champion, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • June 1, 2010
    June 1, 2010
    Episode 142
    6/1/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on th Celtics and Lakers meeting in the NBA Finals; are the Blackhawks in control of the Stanley Cup Finals, after being up 2-0 against the Flyers; their thoughts on Roy Halladay throwing a perfect game; their thoughts on Kendry Morales breaking his leg, while celebrating an Angels walk-off home run. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • May 28, 2010
    May 28, 2010
    Episode 141
    5/28/10
    9.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is Ron Artest's last second shot, that lead to the Lakers game five win over the Suns, the series winning shot; should the Celtics be more physical in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Magic. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Ed Olczyk, NBC NHL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 27, 2010
    May 27, 2010
    Episode 140
    5/27/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should the Celtics be concerned, follow the Magic's win in game five and now making the Eastern Confernce Finals 3-2; their thoughts on game five of the Western Conference Finals, between the Lakers and Suns; their thoughts on the reports that Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Joe Johnson will have a meeting before they announce their free agency. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! with topics on: chances that Ubaldo Jimenez finishes the season with a an ERA under 2.00; chances that the NFL would have a Super Bowl at Lambeau Field; chances that Mike Brown coaches in the NBA in the 2010-11 season. Bob Ryan, columnist for the Boston Globe, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 26, 2010
    May 26, 2010
    Episode 139
    5/26/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Lakers in trouble, now that the Suns have tied up the Western Conference Finals at 2-2; their thoughts on Phil Jackson saying he'll either coach the Lakers or no team next season; their thoughts on Vince Carter saying that he "owes" his teammates a game, after he scored only three points, in the Magic's game four win over the Celtics; their thoughts on federal authorities investigating Lance Armstrong and several other bicyclers, to see if the United States Postal Service's sponsorship money went to pay for performance enhancing drugs; their thoughts on the SEC experimenting with a pitch clock, where a pitcher would have 20 seconds to pitch the ball, when the bases are empty. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under!moreless
  • May 25, 2010
    May 25, 2010
    Episode 138
    5/25/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is there any chance that the Magic can win the Eastern Conference Finals, following their win in game four, but with the Celtics leading the series 3-1; their thoughts on the reports that have the Bulls and Nets being interested at having Phil Jackson filling their head coaching jobs; are the Flyers underdogs, going into the Stanley Cup Finals, since the are #7 seed and playing a #2 seed in the Blackhawks; their thoughts on Super Bowl XLVIII being held in New York/New Jersey. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! with topics on: more important to Chicagoans: Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup or the Bulls getting LeBron James; Which Steve Nash injury would they rather have: busted eye or broken nose. Reggie Miller, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 24, 2010
    May 24, 2010
    Episode 137
    5/24/10
    6.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: do the Suns have a legitimate chance of winning the Western Conference Finals, after beating the Lakers in game three and making the series now 2-1; their thoughts on the Cavaliers firing head coach Mike Brown and who might replace him; their thoughts on the reports that have Dirk Nowitzki opting out of his contract with the Mavericks; their thoughts on Darren Sharper saying that the Saints will target Bret Favre's surgery repaired ankle in the NFL's season opener game, against the Vikings; will the Celtics end the Eastern Conference Finals against the Magic in a clean sweep. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • May 21, 2010
    May 21, 2010
    Episode 136
    5/21/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: did Mark Cuban tamper with LeBron James, when he said that the Mavericks would be interested in signing James and would the Mavericks have any chance of signing James; their thoughts on Evan Turner saying he would be a better draft pick for the Wizards, over John Wall; their thoughts on David Ortiz being upset with Red Sox manager Terry Francona, because he has been pinch-hitting for Ortiz; their thoughts on Bret Favre saying he'll return to play for the Vikings, if the University of Southern Mississippi's baseball team qualifies for the College World Series. Later Tony and Bob play What's the Word? Joe Buck and Tim McCarver, FOX MLB announcers, join Tony and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 20, 2010
    May 20, 2010
    Episode 135
    5/20/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it time to concentrate on the NBA Finals, now that both the Lakers and Celtics have 2-0 leads in their series against both the Suns and Magic; should Phil Jackson take a pay cut, from $12 million to $5 million, if he decides to return to coach the Lakers; their thoughts on Floyd Landis admitting to using performance enhancing drugs, throughout his entire bicycling career and also accusing Lance Armstrong of using performance enhancing drugs; is it time for the Nationals to call up Steven Strasburg, after his dominating performance in AAA baseball; is it fair for Brian Urlacher to rip Gale Sayers, after Sayers criticized the current Bears players and coaching staff; their thoughts on Mets outfielder Angel Pagan hitting an inside-the-park home run and starting a triple play in the same game. Later Tony and Mike play Fortune Teller!moreless
  • May 19, 2010
    May 19, 2010
    Episode 134
    5/19/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is the Celtics/Magic Eastern Conference Finals over, now that the Celtics have a 2-0 lead over the Magic in the series; what should the Wizards do with their #1 draft pick and if they draft John Wall, what should they do with Gilbert Arenas; with both the Blackhawks and Flyers taking 2-0 leads in their Conference Finals, is it possible they will play each other for the Stanley Cup. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up!moreless
  • May 18, 2010
    May 18, 2010
    Episode 133
    5/18/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov promising the Nets season ticket holders, that the team will win the NBA Championship within five years; did Hanley Ramirez deserve to be benched by Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez, after he thought he was dogging it, after he booted a ball into the outfield; their thoughts on the Lakers beating the Suns in game one of the Western Conference Finals. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! Kenny Smith, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 17, 2010
    May 17, 2010
    Episode 132
    5/17/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Celtics beating the Magic in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals; their thoughts on Phil Jackson picking a war of the words with Steve Nash, on the heels of the Lakers/Suns Western Conference Finals match up; their thoughts on the reports that have LeBron James being packaged with John Calipari, to coach whatever team he decides to play for; are the Flyers the favorite to win the Stanley Cup now, after beating the Canadiens in game one of the Eastern Conference Finals; should the Yankees be concerned that Mariano Rivera walked in a run and gave up a grand slam in a recent relief appearance. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • May 14, 2010
    May 14, 2010
    Episode 131
    5/14/10
    0.0
    Mike and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: is it fair to the Celtics that the National sports media, outside of Boston, are covering the the Cavaliers loss in the series more than the Celtics winning the series; if LeBron James decides to leave the Cavaliers, where would he more than likely go; who are the favorites to make the NBA Finals: the Suns, Lakers, Celtics or Magic; is there any pressure on the Bruins to win game seven of their series, against the Flyers, after letting go of 3-0 series lead; is Brian Cushing's story that he took a substance banned by the NFL, because he was suffering from tumors, a believableMa one; if Nebraska and Missouri leave the Big 12 conference, for the Big 10, will the Big 12 be able to survive. Later Mike and Bob play Over/Under!moreless
  • May 13, 2010
    May 13, 2010
    Episode 130
    5/13/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should the Cavaliers and LeBron James be as confident as they are, going into game six of their series against the Celtics, and being down 3-2; is it good for the NHL that the Canadiens beat the Penguins in their series, advancing them to the Eastern Conference Finals, or is it a bad thing, now that Sidney Crosby is out. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Mark Jackson and Jeff van Gundy, ESPN NBA analysts, join Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 12, 2010
    May 12, 2010
    Episode 129
    5/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it fair to blame LeBron James for the Cavaliers loss to the Celtics and to have it be a referendum on his NBA career; is the Celtics/Cavaliers series now over, since the Celtics lead 3-2; how much pressure is there on Sidney Crosby, as the Penguins go into a game 7 against the Canadiens. Later Tony and Mike do some Role Play! Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers point guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 11, 2010
    May 11, 2010
    Episode 128
    5/11/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: who is the Celtics/Cavaliers series really about: LeBron James or Rajon Rondo; is it good or bad for the NBA that the Suns, Magic and Lakers all swept their series' to get to the Conference Finals; with it being reported that Ken Griffey, Jr. was taking a nap, when he had a pinch-hit situation and batting .208, could it spell the end of his career with the Mariners; their thoughts on Hank Haney resigning as Tiger Wood's swing coach; their thoughts on the reports that have the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes relocating back to Winnipeg. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! with topics on: what would you rather have in an NHL Game 7: home ice or a hot goalie; more likely to blow it: the Bruins or the Blackhawks; what's a bigger accomplishment for Manny Pacquiao: being a world class boxer or being elected to office in the Phillipeans. Jared Dudley, Phoenix Suns guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 10, 2010
    May 10, 2010
    Episode 127
    5/10/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods pulling out of the The Players Championship, due to a bulging disk in his neck, that could leave him out for the summer; their thoughts on Steve Nash's performance against the Spurs, where he played the 4th quarter with an eye injury and lead the Suns to a sweep of the series; their thoughts on Rajon Rondo's triple-double, in the Celtics win over the Cavaliers that ties the series at two games; their thoughts on the A's Dallas Braden throwing a perfect game, against the Rays, then his grandmother saying "Stick it, A-Rod."; their thoughts on the Associated Press thinking about revoking Texans' Bryan Cushing Defensive Rookie of the Year award, after he tested positive for a banned substance. Later Tony and Mike play Mail Time!moreless
  • May 7, 2010
    May 7, 2010
    Episode 126
    5/7/10
    0.0
    Mike and J.A. Adande discuss the top sports stories including: if the Celtics beat the Cavaliers in game three of their series, is the Cavaliers season over; should the Magic be the favorites to win the NBA Championship, after taking a 2-0 lead in their series against the Hawks; their thoughts on Tiger Woods shooting -1 at the Players Championship; their thoughts on A's pitcher Dallas Braden still complaining about Alex Rodriguez running across the pitchers mound; their thoughts on the Bengals signing Adam Jones; their thoughts on Chris Johnson saying he will sit-out if the Titans do not give him a new contract. Later Mike and J.A. play What's the Word?moreless
  • May 6, 2010
    May 6, 2010
    Episode 125
    5/6/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Lawrence Taylor being accused and arrested of raping a 16 year-old girl; their thoughts on the Suns winning against the Spurs and take a 2-0 series lead; their thoughts on Barry Zito starting the season 5-0 with a 1.49 ERA; their thoughts on the Raiders releasing JaMarcus Russell and if any team would sign him; their thoughts on if Dirk Nowitski should leave the Mavericks in the off-season. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under!moreless
  • May 5, 2010
    May 5, 2010
    Episode 124
    5/5/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Suns wearing their "Los Suns" jerseys in honor of Cinco de Mayo and in protest of Arizona's new immigration law; their thoughts on the Magic beating the Hawks by 43 points and leading their series 1-0; their thoughts on reports saying that John Calipari would be interested in the vacant Bulls head coaching job; their thoughts on another fan of the Phillies running onto the field, less than 24 hours after another Phillies fan ran onto the field. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! with topics on: chances that Phil Jackson coaches a different team, other than the Lakers; the chances the Red Wings/Sharks series goes five games; chances that Calvin Borel wins the Triple Crown. Johnny Miller, NBC golf analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 4, 2010
    May 4, 2010
    Episode 123
    5/4/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Celtics winning game two of their series with Cavaliers and taking it to 1-1; their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern saying that free agent speculation is and would be a distraction to the NBA Playoffs and the NBA Draft; their thoughts on the Phillies security team tasering a fan that ran onto the field, during the game; their thoughts on Celtics general manager Danny Ainge being caught on tape, throwing a towel in the air, to distract a Cavaliers player during his free throw attempts. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! with topics on: better for the PGA: Tiger Woods winning at the TPC or Phil Mickelson winning; more likely to coach the Heat next season Eric Spoelstra or Pat Riley. Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • May 3, 2010
    May 3, 2010
    Episode 122
    5/3/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is there any chance that the Cavaliers or Lakers will struggle in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, when the play Celitics and the Jazz; their thoughts on the DEA investigating the Saints head coach, Sean Payton, for receiving vicodin without a prescription; who should get the credit for winning the Kentucky Derby: Supersaver or Calvin Borel; their thoughts on Chris Bosh tweeting his followers and asking them if he should stay with the Raptors; their thoughts on the Kentucky basketball team allegedly having a 2.025 grade point average. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time! with topics on: Larry Bird saying that LeBron James could be the greatest of all-time; will a Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight ever happen.moreless
  • April 30, 2010
    April 30, 2010
    Episode 121
    4/30/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports, that give the full context of the Jeff Ireland/Dez Bryant situation, when Jeff Ireland asked Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute; their thoughts on Brett Favre needing ankle surgery, if he decides to play in the NFL for the 2010 season; will any of these NBA Playoff series, that are in their 6th game, extend to a 7th game: Lakers/Thunder, Bucks/Hawks or Jazz/Nuggets; their thoughts on why Mark Cuban said he was "not proud of the NBA"; their thoughts on a poll of PGA Golfers, in which 24% of those players said they believe Tiger Woods has used performance enhancing drugs. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Mike Brown, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • April 29, 2010
    April 29, 2010
    Episode 120
    4/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: with the Capitals losing to the Canadiens in the opening round of NHL Playoffs, being the number overall seed and leading the series 3-1, where does the Capitals choke job rank among the all-time ones; their thoughts on Tiger Woods shooting a +2 at the opening round of Quail Hollow; their thoughts on the Bucks beating the Hawks and taking a 3-2 series lead; their thoughts on Miguel Olivo, a catcher for the Rockies, passing a kidney stone in the 8th inning, then only to come back and get a base hit in the 9th. Later Tony and Mike play Fortune Teller! Doc Rivers, Boston Celtics head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • April 28, 2010
    April 28, 2010
    Episode 119
    4/28/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: with LeBron James injuring his elbow in the series clinching game against the Bulls, does his injury open the door for their next round opponent the Celtics; with the Lakers blowing out the Thunder and taking a 3-2 lead in the series, is there any chance the Lakers will lose the series; with the Capitals and Canadiens play game seven of their series, if the Capitals lose this series, will it hurt Alexander Ovechkin's stature in the NHL; there thoughts on what JaMarcus Russell's future is with the Raiders; their thoughts on Derrick Rose saying that he would hope that Bulls management would keep Vinny del Negro as head coach. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers!moreless
  • April 27, 2010
    April 27, 2010
    Episode 118
    4/27/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Capitals now in trouble, since the Canadiens have tied their series, to force a game 7 in Washington D.C.; their thoughts on the reports that have the Dolphins general Manager, Jeff Ireland, asking Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute, in a pre-draft interview; with Ryan Howard signing a 5 year-$125 million contract, how much would Albert Pujols be worth. Later Tony and Mike play Report Card! Charles Barkley, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to talk about the on-going NBA Playoffs.moreless
  • April 26, 2010
    April 26, 2010
    Episode 117
    4/26/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Thunder in a better situation to win their series, against the Lakers, now that it is tied at 2-2; their thoughts on Brandon Roy returning to the Trailblazers, after having knee surgery two weeks ago; their thoughts on the success on of the NFL Draft moving to prime-time and if there will be more changes to the draft, because of the success; their thoughts on the Redskins trading Jason Campbell to the Raiders. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • April 23, 2010
    April 23, 2010
    Episode 116
    4/23/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: Tim Tebow being drafted by the Broncos, with the 23rd pick overall, ahead of both Colt McCoy and Jimmy Clausen; are the Bulls back in their series against the Cavaliers and making the series now 2-1; could the Lakers be in trouble in their series with the Thunder, if Kevin Durant is guarding Kobe Bryant and shutting him down; their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern upping the fines for players or coaches complaining about the referees; their thoughts on Dallas Braden, a pitcher for the A's, complaining the Alex Rodriguez ran over the pitcher's mound, while returning to first base on a foul ball. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Peter King, columnist for Sports Illustrated and NBC NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike to talk about the on-going 2010 NFL Draft.moreless
  • April 22, 2010
    April 22, 2010
    Episode 115
    4/22/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: was is a smart move for the NFL to move the first round of the NFL draft into prime-time, or is an arrogant move, because it competes with opening round playoff games in both the NHL and NBA; their thoughts on the NCAA expanding the Basketball National Championship Tournament to 68 teams and also announcing a new television deal with both CBS and the Turner Networks (TNT and TBS); with Roy Halladay starting 4-0 with the Phillies, is it possible he could win 25 games. Later Tony and Mike play Over/Under! with topics on: Tim Tebow being picked 32nd overall in the NFL Draft; 3.5 playoff wins for the Spurs this season; and 4 wins for Tiger Woods this season.moreless
  • April 21, 2010
    April 21, 2010
    Episode 114
    4/21/10
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspending Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for six games; their thoughts on the reports that have the Steelers shopping around Ben Roethlisberger for a top ten draft pick in the 2010 NFL Draft; with the Lakers leading the series 2-0, against the Thunder, do the Thunder have a chance to win a single game. Later Tony and Mike play Report Card! Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • April 20, 2010
    April 20, 2010
    Episode 113
    4/20/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should the Cavaliers' narrow win against the Bulls, at home, concern the team for future series'; their thoughts on the reports that have Donovan McNabb lobbying Redskins management to reunite him with Terrell Owens; their thoughts on the Steelers instituting a zero tolerance policy, for off the field issues; is there a bias against Toby Gerhart, going into the NFL Draft, because he is a white running back. Later Tony and Mike play Fortune Teller! Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic center, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to talk about the Magic's playoff run.moreless
  • April 19, 2010
    April 19, 2010
    Episode 112
    4/19/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is Kevin Garnett being suspended, for game two of the Celtics/Heat series, after he elbowed Quinton Richardson in the head, during a scuffle between the two teams; their thoughts on Kevin Durant's performance in the Thunder's game one loss against the Lakers; will the Sharks be able to come back from a 2-1 series disadvantage against the Avalanche. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time! with topics on: is Ubaldo Jimenez' no-hitter a sign that he will be a new young ace; Tony LaRussa saying he would have pitched Rick Ankiel in the Cardinals 20-inning game. Mel Kiper, Jr., ESPN NFL Draft Analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to preview the 2010 NFL Draft.moreless
  • April 16, 2010
    April 16, 2010
    Episode 111
    4/16/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will there be any 1st round upsets in the NBA Playoffs and should the NBA move from the best of seven series, back to a best of five series; their thoughts on the sexual assault allegations against Ben Roethlisberger becoming public and if it will make a possible suspension become more likely; their thoughts on the NBA fining Phil Jackson for his comments were he said the referees are favoring Kevin Durant. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • April 15, 2010
    April 15, 2010
    Episode 110
    4/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Steelers management saying Ben Roethlisberger will be punished, for his off the field actions and that the punishment will fall in line with the NFL's guidelines; was it smart of Kevin Durant to respond to Phil Jackson's comments, where Jackson said that Durant gets too many foul calls; if the Capitals do not win the Stanley Cup this season, would the season be a failure; their thoughts on John Calipari saying he doesn't like being labeled a "one-and-done" coach. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers! Chauncey Billups, Denver Nuggets point guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • April 14, 2010
    April 14, 2010
    Episode 109
    4/14/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say Bulls General Manager John Paxson and the team's head coach, Vinny del Negro, were involved in a shoving match, because of playing time for certain players; their thoughts on the Broncos trading Brandon Marshall to the Dolphins for draft picks; their thoughts on Doc Rivers saying he's done coaching in the NBA after the 2009-2010 season; should a video of Jerry Jones talking about Bill Parcells and Tim Tebow, while appearing to be intoxicated, be a big sports story. Later Tony and Mike play Report Card! Barry Melrose, ESPN NHL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to preview the upcoming NHL playoffs.moreless
  • April 13, 2010
    April 13, 2010
    Episode 108
    4/13/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if Ben Roethlisberger should be suspended, for his off the field actions, by either the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell or the Steelers management; is it surprising that Larry Brown is leaving the Bobcats to re-join the 76ers; their thoughts on if LeBron James' sitting out the final four games of the Cavaliers regular, to rest up for the post-season, should hurt his NBA MVP voting. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up! with topics on: what's better for the NBA: Lakers or Thunder winning in the first round; likely to win the U.S. Open: Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson. Donovan McNabb, Washington Redskins quarterback, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to talk about if he was surprised the Eagles traded him, within their own division; the opportunity to play for Mike Shanahan; will he be booed or cheered when he returns to Philadelphia to play the Eagles and his thoughts on why the Eagles traded him.moreless
  • April 12, 2010
    April 12, 2010
    Episode 107
    4/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Phil Mickelson winning his third Masters Tournament; their thoughts on if Tiger Wood's return at the Masters, was a successful one; is it fair that journalist are playing up the morality angle in Phil Mickelson's win at the Masters, over Tiger Woods. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time! with topics on: Joe Girardi saying he would have pulled C.C. Sabathia if he would have continued his no-hitter; could Barry Bonds be accepted back into MLB.moreless
  • April 2, 2010
    April 2, 2010
    Episode 106
    4/2/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: would Butler beating Duke in the finals of the NCAA Basketball National Championship Tournament be the perfect way to end the NCAA season; their thoughts on the NCAA wanting to expand the Basketball National Championship Tournament to 96 teams; their thoughts on John Wall saying he's not sure if he wants to leave Kentucky for the NBA yet; should DePaul give consideration to hiring Isiah Thomas for their basketball head coaching job. Later Tony and Dan play Over/Under! with topics on: three uncomfortable moments for Tiger Woods at the Masters; a 23 point win for UCONN Women's over Baylor; and 100 wins for the Yankees this season.moreless
  • April 1, 2010
    April 1, 2010
    Episode 105
    4/1/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Kevin Garnett's expletive riddled tirade about Kevin Durant allegedly getting favorable calls from the refs in the Celtics loss to the Thunder; are the Bucks a better team than everybody thought, following their loss to the Cavaliers by only three points; their thoughts on LeBron James not opting to play for Team USA at the World Championships. Later Tony and Dan play Oddsmaker with topics on: the chances the Lakers do not make the NBA Finals; chances that Colt McCoy being the best quarterback in the 2010 draft class; chances that Jason Heyward lives up to all the hype. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Blue Devils head basketball coach, joins Tony and Dan for Five Good Minutes to talk about the ongoing NCAA Basketball National Championship Tournament.moreless
  • March 31, 2010
    March 31, 2010
    Episode 104
    3/31/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on what would happen to the landscape of NCAA Basketball, if Butler does win the National Championship; their thoughts on Geno Auriemma saying that nobody wants UCONN to win the Women's NCAA National Basketball Championship Tournament; their thoughts on Hedo Turkoglu being demoted from the Raptors starting lineup; their thoughts on the Dolphins asking the NFL to have the Dolphins home games to be played a 4pm est, due to the heat in Miami. Later Tony and Dan play What's the Word? Padraig Harrington, PGA golfer, joins Tony and Dan to talk about the upcoming Masters Tournament.moreless
  • March 30, 2010
    March 30, 2010
    Episode 103
    3/30/10
    0.0
    Tony and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: should Duke be the favorite to win the National Basketball Championship, among the final four teams that also include Michigan State, Butler and West Virginia; their thoughts on the recent trade rumors that would send Donovan McNabb to the Raiders; their thoughts on Al Skinner being fired as Boston College's head basketball coach. Later Tony and Bob play Toss Up! with topics on: who should be the favorite to win the Masters: Tiger Woods or Ernie Els; surer #1 pick John Wall or Sam Bradford; who will be a better NBA owner Michael Jordan or Mikhail Prokhorov. Brad Stevens, Butler Bulldogs head basketball coach, joins Tony and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 29, 2010
    March 29, 2010
    Episode 102
    3/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tom Izzo leading Michigan State to the Final Four of the NCAA Basketball National Championship Tournament, for the sixth time in twelve years; is the Final Four better, because Duke beat Baylor to advance to the round of four; is it fair to call Butler a Cinderella team, after they've beat Syracuse and Kansas State to make it to the Final Four; is West Virginia the favorite to win the National Championship, following their win over the #1 overall seed of the tournament in Kentucky. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time! with topics on: the Steelers telling Ben Roethlisberger not to come to conditioning camp; can Brittney Griney and Baylor take down UCONN.moreless
  • March 26, 2010
    March 26, 2010
    Episode 101
    3/26/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Gilbert Arenas pleading guilty to felony gun possession, where he received 2 years of probation and 400 hours of community service; is it shocking that #5 seed Butler beat the #1 seeded Syracuse in the NCAA Basketball National Championship Tournament; was the Kansas State/Xavier game, where Kansas State won, the best game of the National Championship Tournament so far; what happened to Cornell in their loss to Kentucky; their thoughts on if Northern Iowa and Saint Mary's can beat the teams they face next (Michigan State and Baylor). Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers with topics on: chances that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are paired together at the Masters; the Vikings would pick Donovan McNabb over Brett Favre; Manu Ginobili would leave the NBA for the European League. Jay Bilas, CBS and ESPN NCAA basketball analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to discuss the on-going NCAA National Championship Tournament.moreless
  • March 25, 2010
    March 25, 2010
    Episode 100
    3/25/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is the Kentucky and Cornell game, who are meeting in the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Basketball National Championship, which is being dubbed as the "Jocks vs. Nerds" game, being over blown; was Urban Meyer out of line when he confronted a columnist, after he reported that Deonte Thompson said that he was excited to play with John Brantley, the Florida Gators' new quarterback; will Tiger Woods' press conference on April 5th, be bigger sports news than Major League Baseball's opening day and the finals of the NCAA Basketball Championship Tournament. Later Tony and Mike play Fortune Teller.moreless
  • March 24, 2010
    March 24, 2010
    Episode 99
    3/24/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will injuries to West Virginia, Michigan State, Purdue and Syracuse's top players, lead them to being eliminated following the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Basketball National Championship Tournament; their thoughts on NFL head coaches complaining over the NFL's overtime rule changes for playoff games; is it surprising that the Eagles are willing to trade either Donovan McNabb or Kevin Kolb; does the NHL have a steroid problem, following reports that have a Washington D.C. doctor selling steroids, while he was treating players for the Capitals. Later Tony and Mike Role Play!moreless
  • March 23, 2010
    March 23, 2010
    Episode 98
    3/23/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it impossible to think that Northern Iowa, Cornell or St. Mary's could win the NCAA Basketball National Championship; their thoughts on Nets fans wearing bags on their heads, then being confronted about it by the team's CEO. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up!, with topics on: who'll have playoff success: Bucks or Thunder; who would they like to see win the NCAA Tournament: Bob Huggins or Frank Martin; who has more of global impact Lionel Richie or Lionel Messi. Tom Izzo, Michigan State Spartans head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike to discuss the on going NCAA Tournament.moreless
  • March 22, 2010
    March 22, 2010
    Episode 97
    3/22/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: where does Northern Iowa's win over Kansas, in the NCAA Basketball Tournament, rank among the all-time greatest upsets; which Cinderella team has the best chance to advance to the Elite Eight: Northern Iowa, St. Mary's or Cornell; what happened to all of the Big East teams, after most of the teams from the conference were eliminated in the first two rounds; who is the favorite to win the NCAA Basketball National Championship, from the teams left in the Sweet Sixteen; will Tiger Woods' five minute interviews with ESPN and the Golf Channel appease people wanting to know what happened to him the past winter; their thoughts on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wanting to have a meeting with Ben Roethlisberger. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless
  • March 17, 2010
    March 17, 2010
    Episode 96
    3/17/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if Ron Washington should have been fired by the Texas Rangers as their manager, after he tested positive for cocaine before last year's All-Star break; will any of the top seeds in the NCAA Tournament (Kansas, Kentucky, Duke and Syracuse) lose in the opening round; would it be a good thing for the NCAA to ban teams from playing in the NCAA Tournament, if teams do not have a graduation rate higher than 40%; is it surprising that Tiger Woods is being picked as the favorite to win the Masters. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? with topics on: crotch punching going on in the NIT Tournament; Tim Tebow's performance at his pro day workout; and Lance Mackey winning the Iditarod.moreless
  • March 16, 2010
    March 16, 2010
    Episode 95
    3/16/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Wooods' officially announcing that he will return at the Masters; should the Jets have the right to be upset, because the New York Giants are going to open the new Meadowlands stadium; is it fair that people are blaming the poor performance of the Raptors on Chris Bosh; should Pete Sampras accept Andre Agassi's apology, following Agassi's comments that Sampras is cheap. Later Tony and Mike play Odds Makers with topics on what are the chances John Calipari win his first NCAA Championship, the chances of a Ryan Howard for Albert Pujols trade, and what are the chances that Mike Tyson's pigeon racing reality show does well in the ratings. Barry Melrose, ESPN NHL analyst, joins Tony and Mike to talk about the recent hits to the head in the NHL.moreless
  • March 15, 2010
    March 15, 2010
    Episode 94
    3/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Kansas getting a perceived harder route to the Final Four, in the NCAA Tournament, than Duke is perceived as getting; did Mississippi State get snubbed from the Tournament; should the NHL suspend Alexander Ovechkin, following his hit on the Blackhawks' Brian Campbell, that will leave him out for the rest of the season with a broken collarbone; their thoughts on Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi taking pot shots at one another at charity tennis event. Later Tony and Mike play Mail Time! with topics on Manny Pacquiao beating James Clottey, LaDainian Tomlinson signing with the Jets, the Browns trading Brady Quinn and bringing in Jake Delhomme. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse Orangemen head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike discuss the NCAA Tournament.moreless
  • March 12, 2010
    March 12, 2010
    Episode 93
    3/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should Kentucky's John Wall or Ohio State's Evan Turner be the NCAA's player of the year; their thoughts on the new reports that say Tiger Woods is returning at the Masters and not the Arnold Palmer Invitational; their thoughts on the released videotapes of former Texas Tech football head coach Mike Leach's rants directed toward his players, at the half-time of games; what does it mean that Gilbert Arenas is changing his jersey number from 0 to 6. Geno Auriemma, UCONN Women's head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 11, 2010
    March 11, 2010
    Episode 92
    3/11/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is Syracuse still favorites going into the NCAA Tournament, after they lost their first game, against Georgetown, in the Big East Tournament; their thoughts on the reports that Tiger Woods are setting his sights to return to the PGA at the Arnold Palmer Invitational; their thoughts on Torii Hunter's comments toward Dominican Republican Major League Baseball players. Reggie Miller, TNT NBA Analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 10, 2010
    March 10, 2010
    Episode 91
    3/10/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: with the Clippers firing Mike Dunleavy as general manager, is it a sign that the team will be making an offer to LeBron James in the off season; their thoughts on Major League Baseball officials contemplating a floating realignment, that would factor in a number of different statistics and would put teams in different divisions every year; was it fair of Derek Anderson to rip the Browns fans, following his release from the team; their thoughts on Marion Jones signing with the Tulsa Shock of the WNBA. Freddy Roach, trainer for Manny Pacquiao, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 9, 2010
    March 9, 2010
    Episode 90
    3/9/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: with NCAA basketball teams starting their own conference tournaments, do they really matter right before the NCAA Tournament; would it be a good thing for the NCAA, if UCONN women's basketball teams goes undefeated this season; why wasn't Carl Edwards suspended for intentionally crashing Brad Keselowski, instead of being put on three race probation; is P.J. Carlesimo a good candidate for the Oregon head basketball coach; their thoughts on SpikeTV's Pro's vs. Joe's putting on a three on three basketball game, that will feature past NBA All-Stars and present NFL Pro-Bowlers. Jay Wright, Villanova head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 8, 2010
    March 8, 2010
    Episode 89
    3/8/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Ben Roethlisberger being accused of sexual assault by a female college student in Georgia; did Carl Edwards cross the line when when he bumped Brad Keselowski's car, causing him to crash; should the Lakers be worried, following their three game losing streak; their thoughts on Stephen A. Smith's reporting that claims Allen Iverson has both alcohol and gambling problems.moreless
  • March 5, 2010
    March 5, 2010
    Episode 88
    3/5/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: how optimistic should the Bears and it's fans be, following their free agent signings of Julius Peppers and Chester Taylor; did the Chargers trade Antonio Cromartie to the Jets, because of his off the field issues; did the Panthers make the right move by releasing Jake Delhomme and will Delhomme be able to find another starting job; were the Giants being petty for hitting Prince Fielder, following an over the top home run celebration that was at the end of the 2009 MLB season. Richard Justice, columnist from the Houston Chronicle, joins Mike and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 4, 2010
    March 4, 2010
    Episode 87
    3/4/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: should Maryland be considered a tournament team, following their win over Duke; their thoughts on Tiger Woods' caddy, Steve Williams, going on New Zealand television and talking about Tiger Woods' recent headline making news; would their be any interest in the rumored Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield III fight; their thoughts on John Daly posting the phone number of a golf writer, from the Florida Times Union, on his personal Twitter page; is NASCAR's ratings dropping because of Jimmie Johnson's dominance.moreless
  • March 3, 2010
    March 3, 2010
    Episode 86
    3/3/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on how far the Thunder would be able to make it in the NBA Playoffs; their thoughts on Michael Vick saying he wants to play for the Panthers, because of the team's jersey color and the fact they play the Falcons twice a year; should NBA fans be skeptical that the Wizards and Gilbert Arenas are talking about a possible return to the team; should FIFA officials ban the paradinha kick move, where the shooter fake kicks, during a penalty shot, causing the goalie to move prematurely. Floyd Mayweather joins Mike and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • March 2, 2010
    March 2, 2010
    Episode 85
    3/2/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: did the Knicks hurt their chances of signing LeBron James as a free agent, when the Cavaliers beat them handily; how will the Penguins fans react to Sidney Crosby, following his game winning goal, leading Team Canada to beat Team USA in the gold medal game at the 2010 Winter Olympics; after taking ownership of the Bobcats, should Michael Jordan rename the team; should the Jets worry about the players reaction, following the team's release of Thomas Jones.moreless
  • March 1, 2010
    March 1, 2010
    Episode 84
    3/1/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Team Canada beating Team USA, to win the Olympic gold medal in hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics; is Syracuse the best NCAA basketball team, now that they're ranked #1; their thoughts on the NFL proposing overtime rule changes, for playoff games, where both teams would have the chance to have possession of the ball; with Michael Jordan buying a majority interest of the Bobcats, will it force him to be more involved with the team. Bruce Pearl, Tennessee head basketball coach, joins Mike and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 26, 2010
    February 26, 2010
    Episode 83
    2/26/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: is Team USA now the favorites to win the gold medal in hockey at the 2010 Olympics, following their blowout win against Finland; their thoughts on if the Cavaliers are better when Shaquille O'Neal sits out; their thoughts on Baset Chaudhry from Trinity College withdrawing from the championship tournament, following criticism of his outburst at a Yale squash player; is their any chance that Hasheem Thabeet being demoted to the Grizzlies development league team, could lead to him getting better; how can NFL teams and scouts criticize Myron Rolle for wanting to be a neurosurgeon, after he retired from the NFL and also for graduating from Florida State a year earlier than expected.moreless
  • February 25, 2010
    February 25, 2010
    Episode 82
    2/25/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: does Julia Mancuso and Lindsay Vonn have a bad relation, because Mancuso thinks Vonn is the face of the 2010 Olympics; their thoughts on Ozzie Guillen starting his own Twitter account; are Jay McGwire's new allegations about his brother, Mark McGwire, something that is newsworthy; their thoughts on Wayne Bridge not playing for England in the World Cup, following his teammate Rob Terry having an affair with his girlfriend; is Team Canada now the team to beat in the Olympics, following their blowout wins over Germany and Russia; if the NHL shuts down for two weeks during the Winter Olympics every four years, is it really a good thing thing for the NHL; why did the NBA ban players from chewing on straws, when Caron Butler has been doing it his entire career without incident.moreless
  • February 24, 2010
    February 24, 2010
    Episode 81
    2/24/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: with Kobe Bryant coming back from injuries and leading the Lakers to a buzzer beater win over the Grizzlies, does it make him the MVP of the NBA; their thoughts on Ivan Rodriguez saying that Steven Strasburg's fastball reminds him of Nolan Ryan's; their thoughts on UFC fighter Frank Mir saying he wants to break Brock Lesnar's neck and make him be the first death in the octagon; with reports stating that Brandon Marshall is haunted by the murder of Darrent Williams, should that change the way fans look at him; should the Yankees break their own rule by giving Derek Jeter a new contract offer, in the final year of his current contract.moreless
  • February 23, 2010
    February 23, 2010
    Episode 80
    2/23/10
    0.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: if the 76ers release Allen Iverson, would the team have public relation problems, since they granted him indefinite leave to take care of his ailing daughter; will LaDainian Tomlinson and Brian Westbrook be able to find jobs in the NFL, after having slumping season; is it surprising that the head of the Team USA's hockey division said that the team isn't playing up to their expectations in the Winter Olympics; is it a big deal that only one team from the ACC, Duke, is ranked in the Associated Press' Top 25 Rankings.moreless
  • February 22, 2010
    February 22, 2010
    Episode 79
    2/22/10
    1.0
    Mike and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: was Team USA beating Canada in the preliminary round of the Winter Olympics, in hockey, a major moment for USA hockey or just a fun win; does the Cavaliers three game losing streak mean anything at all; is the NBA trying to stop Žydrūnas Ilgauskas from returning to the Cavaliers, after his contract will be bought out by the Wizards; their thoughts on Bode Miller winning gold medal in skiing at the Winter Olympics; their thoughts on Randy Moss saying his next season with the Patriots will be his last, because the team doesn't pay their players enough; with Tim Tebow changing his throwing mechanics, will NFL teams and scouts change their mind about drafting him; is the Oregon football program in trouble, following four arrests of the team's players.moreless
  • February 19, 2010
    February 19, 2010
    Episode 78
    2/19/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods press conference where he apologized for his numerous affairs, if Tiger Woods will be able to regain his standing with the American public and their thoughts on when Tiger Woods will return to the PGA tour; are the Knicks fans and media setting themselves up for disappointment, by thinking that LeBron James will sign with the team in the off season; did Evgeni Plushenko get robbed of the gold medal in the Winter Olympics, when Evan Lysacek ended up winning the gold in figure skating. Isiah Thomas, Florida International University head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 18, 2010
    February 18, 2010
    Episode 77
    2/18/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what stands out the most in the three way trade between the Knicks, Rockets and Kings, that sent Tracy McGrady to the Knicks; are the Cavaliers favorites to win the NBA Championship now, following their acquisition of Antawn Jamison from the Wizards; is it fair for Ernie Els to criticize Tiger Woods for holding a press conference and their thoughts on NBC, CBS and ABC broadcasting Tiger Woods' press conference; their thoughts on both Shani Davis and Shaun White winning gold medals at the Olympics; why would the Bulls trade players to the Bucks and Bobcats, when they're barely beating those teams in the Eastern Division standings.moreless
  • February 17, 2010
    February 17, 2010
    Episode 76
    2/17/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods calling a press conference to take place on 2/19, where he will talk about what happened with his wife, his future in golf and to publicly apologize; their thoughts on Lindsay Vonn winning the gold medal at Vancouver, in the downhill; were the Mississippi State fans out of line when they threw water bottles on the court, following Mississippi State's loss to Kentucky; their thoughts on George Karl announcing that he'll continue to coach the Nuggets, while battling throat cancer. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 16, 2010
    February 16, 2010
    Episode 75
    2/16/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is all the trade talk going on in the NBA a good thing, even if they're just floating rumors and not actual trades; is it fair for the NFL players to criticize how much NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is making; would it be a good thing for the NBA and the Bobcats is Michael Jordan owned the team outright; why is Jimmy Johnson doing commercials for male enhancement and ED pills. Christine Brennan, columnist for USA Today, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 15, 2010
    February 15, 2010
    Episode 74
    2/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should NASCAR be embarrassed that the Daytona 500 was delayed twice by a pothole on on the track; was the NBA's All-Star weekend a positive when 108,00 fans attended the game or a negative when the league's collective bargaining agreement began it talks; did the Olympic officials do the right thing regarding the death of luger Nodar Kumaritashvili; why is Floyd Mayweather comparing himself to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, when he stood up for drug tresting in boxing.moreless
  • February 12, 2010
    February 12, 2010
    Episode 73
    2/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Yahoo! Sports reporting that the Nets are trying to hire Mike Krzyzewski for their head coaching job; is Shaquille O'Neal just playing head games with Dwight Howard, when he said that it's a joke when Howard calls himself "Superman"; why is NBC kicking the Olympic hockey games to their cable channels, when they are broadcasting ice dancing in prime time on NBC; is Danica Patrick's stock car racing debut overshadowing the Daytona 500. Charles Barkley, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 11, 2010
    February 11, 2010
    Episode 72
    2/11/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the New York Daily News reporting that Rick Pitino may be interested in the Nets coaching job; their thoughts on the end of the Capitals 14-game winning streak, following their loss in overtime to the Canadiens; will Reggie Bush play for the Saints next season, or will the team cut him; why are both the Big Ten and the Pac 10 trying to court Texas to join their conference. Jimmie Johnson joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 10, 2010
    February 10, 2010
    Episode 71
    2/10/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: if the Capitals go on a 17-game winning streak, will the two week layoff for the Winter Olympics ruin their chances of having a record breaking season; their thoughts on the Pac 10 talking about expanding their conference and which schools could be included; is there any interest in the Duke/UNC game; their thoughts on Missouri University wanting to have a live tiger at their games for a mascot. Kevin Love, Minnesota Timberwolves' power forward, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 9, 2010
    February 9, 2010
    Episode 70
    2/9/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on former UCLA player Ed O'Bannon suing the NCAA for using the likeness of past players to make a profit off of them; is Vince Carter making a comeback, after he scored 48 points against the Hornets or is it just a one-and-done nght; could this weekends' sports offering with the NBA All-Star Game, the start of the 2010 Winter Olympics and the Daytona 500, be greater than the Super Bowl XLIV weekend; their thoughts on New Orleans police cracking down on the female flashers during the Saints' Super Bowl parade. Avery Johnson joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 8, 2010
    February 8, 2010
    Episode 69
    2/8/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: was Peyton Manning's interception, that was returned for a touchdown, the deciding play of Super Bowl XLIV; with the Saints winning the Super Bowl, what does it mean for the city of New Orleans; where does Drew Brees rank among the NFL quarterbacks, after winning his first Super Bowl; was Peyton Manning's legacy hurt by throwing the game winning interception and losing the Super Bowl.moreless
  • February 5, 2010
    February 5, 2010
    Episode 68
    2/5/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their picks on who will win Super Bowl XLIV between the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints; is LaDainian Tomlinson's NFL career over, or his his career with the Chargers over; their thoughts on Jaguars' offensive lineman saying Tim Tebow isn't a good quarterback and that the Jaguars' shouldn't not draft him; is it ok for Lane Kiffin to get a verbal commitment from a 13-year-old to attend and play for USC; their thoughts on Matt Millen saying he wants to try his hands at MMA, follow the success of Herschel Walker. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 4, 2010
    February 4, 2010
    Episode 67
    2/4/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on former Colts head coach saying that the Saints will be blown out by the Colts in the Super Bowl; how should West Virginia officials punish students and fans, who were caught throwing debris onto the court, during their game with PITT; how big of a deal is Phil Jackson passing Pat Riley to become the Lakers' all-time winning-est head coach; their thoughts on Jerry Jones saying that he wants 100,000 fans to attend the 2010 NBA All-Star game, that's being held in the new Texas Stadium in Dallas. Deion Sanders, NFL Network analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 3, 2010
    February 3, 2010
    Episode 66
    2/3/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: how much pressure is Peyton Manning facing, to win the Super Bowl against the Saints; does Kevin Durant have any chance of winning the NBA's MVP; their thoughts on if there is any interest in a Herschel Walker/Jose Canseco MMA fight. Warren Sapp, NFL Network analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • February 2, 2010
    February 2, 2010
    Episode 65
    2/2/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Kobe Bryant passing Jerry West to become the all-time Lakers scoring leader and if the team was distracted from Kobe Bryant's attempt to breaking the record; is the NCAA expanding the Championship Tournament to either 68 or 96 teams inevitable; their thoughts on the NFL backing away from their cease and desist orders on local New Orleans clothing stores that are selling shirts with the saying "Who Dat" on them.moreless
  • February 1, 2010
    February 1, 2010
    Episode 64
    2/1/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: how big of an impact will Dwight Freeney's injury have on the Colts' defense in the Super Bowl against the Saints; how seriously should Kentucky fans take John Wall's comments, where he said he wasn't having fun anymore playing basketball; with Roger Federer winning the Australian Open and Rafael Nadal being injured, is it possible he can win the Grand Slam; does Rex Ryan deserve to be punished for giving fans the one-fingered salute, at a Strikeforce event that was held in Miami. Peter King, Sports Illustrated columnist, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 29, 2010
    January 29, 2010
    Episode 63
    1/29/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Kurt Warner announcing his retirement from the NFL and if there is any chance he would pull a Brett Favre; their thoughts on the NFL sending cease and desist orders to clothing stores in New Orleans, claiming that the league owns the saying "Who Dat" that appears on the clothing stores' shirts; is Phil Mickelson cheating, as Scott McCarron is claiming, when Mickelson is using banned Ping wedges; their thoughts on Eastern Washington University's football team starting to play on a red field, similar to Boise State's blue field; was the NBA's $25,000 fine on LeBron James excessive, when he kicked a water bottle into a Gatorade container, that sent paper cups flying into the stands.moreless
  • January 28, 2010
    January 28, 2010
    Episode 62
    1/28/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it smart for the Saints to announce that they'll go after Peyton Manning and knock him out of the game, in order to win the Super Bowl; why are schools and district court houses closing in New Orleans the day after the Super Bowl; if Kurt Warner retires, should the Cardinals be confident in Matt Leinart. Myron Rolle joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 27, 2010
    January 27, 2010
    Episode 61
    1/27/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say NBA Commissioner David Stern will suspend Gilbert Arenas for the rest of the '09-'10 NBA season; who is being more hard headed when NFL management is forcing players from the Saints and Colts to attended the Pro Bowl, but then the individual teams management are making the players fly back to their respective cities so the players can fly back to Miami as a team; is Kentucky's loss to South Carolina a surprising loss and will it hurt their chances to win the National Championship; did Greg Oden need to apologize for nude pictures of him appearing online; why are Michigan State students and alumni so outraged over the Spartans new logo. Herschel Walker, 1982 Heisman Trophy recipient and current MMA fighter for Strikeforce, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 26, 2010
    January 26, 2010
    Episode 60
    1/26/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will the NCAA Basketball National Champions come from the current top four teams (Syracuse, Kansas, Kentucky and Villanova); will Rafael Nadal's on going knee injuries shorten his tennis career; why are the Bears having so much trouble finding an offensive coordinator; their thoughts on Tim Tebow appearing in a pro-life/abortion ad, that will run during the Super Bowl. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse college basketball head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 25, 2010
    January 25, 2010
    Episode 59
    1/25/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what is the top story coming from the Saints' overtime win against the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game; will Brett Favre come back to play for the Vikings next season; their thoughts on the Colts beating the Jets in the AFC Championship Game; will the Senior Bowl be able to raise Tim Tebow's draft status; their thoughts on a marketing firm trying to institute a national championship for high school sports.moreless
  • January 22, 2010
    January 22, 2010
    Episode 58
    1/22/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: do the Jets have any chance of beating the Colts in the AFC Championship Game; will Reggie Bush be the difference, if the Saints beat the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game; their thoughts on Prince releasing a fight song for the Vikings; should Allen Iverson play in the All-Star Game, when he plays for a bad team and has missed half of the season so far; was it fair for Kobe Bryant to rip his Laker teammates, when they lost their second and final game of the regular season to the Cavaliers; their thoughts on the recent rule changes that are taking place within NASCAR.moreless
  • January 21, 2010
    January 21, 2010
    Episode 57
    1/21/10
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: are the Jets heading into the AFC Championship Game with a quarterback mismatch, starting a rookie quarterback in Mark Sanchez against the Colts and arguably the best quarterback ever in Peyton Manning; is the NFL losing star power in the Pro Bowl by moving the game to a week before the Super Bowl; is the Lakers/Cavaliers game a significant one, as the Cavaliers have already beaten the Lakers once this season. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 20, 2010
    January 20, 2010
    Episode 56
    1/20/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what is the best possible match-up for the Super Bowl from the four remaining teams (Jets, Colts, Saints and Vikings); why are the Raiders interviewing for a new head coach, when Tom Cable hasn't been fired; their thoughts on Shaquille O'Neal's proposal for a slam dunk contest featuring LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Vince Carter with proceeds going to that Haiti Relief Fund. Charles Barkley, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 19, 2010
    January 19, 2010
    Episode 55
    1/19/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will it be shocking if the Jets don't win against the Colts and advance to the Super Bowl; is it surprising that the Bills hired Chan Gailey as their new head coach; why did the Chargers extend offer Norv Turner a three year extension; was Kansas State's win over the #1 ranked Texas an upset. Troy Aikman, FOX NFL analyst and color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 18, 2010
    January 18, 2010
    Episode 54
    1/18/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: did the Jets beat the Chargers or did the Chargers choke away the game; how surprising was it that the Vikings blew out the Cowboys; does the Colts win over the Ravens justify their choice to rest the starters the last two weeks of the regular season; will the Saints blowout win over the Cardinals silence the critics of the team; their thoughts on who may retire, ranging from Kurt Warner, Ed Reed and Brian Westbrook; should Leslie Frazier, the Vikings defensive coordinator, want the Buffalo Bills' head coaching job.moreless
  • January 15, 2010
    January 15, 2010
    Episode 53
    1/15/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: which of the remaining eight NFL teams face the most pressure to win and advance to the conference championship games; their thoughts on Gilbert Arenas pleading guilty to a felony of carrying a pistol without a license and what's next for him being with the Wizards; their thoughts on Jerome Bettis saying Bill Cowher is holding out for the New York Giants head coaching job. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 14, 2010
    January 14, 2010
    Episode 52
    1/14/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Washington D.C. district attorney bring felony charges up on the Wizards' Gilbert Arenas, stemming from him bringing handguns into the team's locker room; is Lane Kiffin going to run a clean football program at USC, even when he's telling his Tennessee recruits to not to enroll early; their thoughts on Braylon Edwards' father calling his own son out, for getting a reputation of dropping passes; will NFL teams be weary of selecting Colt McCoy at the draft, following his injury in the BCS Championship game; is it a good idea for the NBA to have "dunk-in" during the Rookie/Sophomore game, where the winner will be entered into the real slam dunk contest.moreless
  • January 13, 2010
    January 13, 2010
    Episode 51
    1/13/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Lane Kiffin leaving Tennessee to become the new head coach of USC; are the Chiefs morphing into the Patriots, after hiring former Patriot coordinators Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel; their thoughts on the reports that are saying Blake Griffin will miss his entire first season with the Clippers, due to a knee injury. Pat Forde, columnist for ESPN.com, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 12, 2010
    January 12, 2010
    Episode 50
    1/12/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Mark McGwire's interview with Bob Costas, where he apologized for using steroids; with it coming to light that the Seahawks offered Tony Dungy it's president job, should the organization take less heat for circumventing the Rooney Rule; will Flip Saunders instituting a discipline policy within the Wizards team, will it ultimately make them better. Ken Whisenhunt, Arizona Cardinals head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 11, 2010
    January 11, 2010
    Episode 49
    1/11/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Mark McGwire admitting to using steroids in his baseball career, including several times in the 1990's and during the 1998 season, when he broke Roger Maris' single season home run record; was the Cardinals victory over the Packers a legitimate win, after replayed showed Aaron Rodgers had his facemask pulled after fumbling the ball that decided the game; is the Patriots current era finished, following being blown out at home by the Ravens; is Andy Reid making the right call, by saying that Donovan McNabb will be the Eagles starting quarterback next season, despite his poor performance in the Eagles loss to the Cowboys; what's the bigger story coming from the Jets/Bengals playoff game: the Jets backing up Rex Ryan's big talk or the Bengals inept offense; their thoughts on the Seahawks interviewing Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, to comply to the Rooney Rule, then hiring USC head coach Pete Carroll; is USC heading for a downfall, after they may face sanctions from the NCAA and losing their head coach.moreless
  • January 8, 2010
    January 8, 2010
    Episode 48
    1/8/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it possible that Pete Carroll could leave USC, to coach the Seahawks, following the Seahawks firing of Jim Mora; was Alabama's win over Texas in the BCS Championship game an impressive win; should fans of the Longhorns be saddened from what happened to their quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Garrett Gilbert in the BCS Championship game; why was Nick Saban acting to stiffly, following Alabama's winning the BCS Championship; their thoughts on if the NBA should ban in-team gambling, stemming from the Gilbert Arenas/Wizards gun ordeal. Tony Dungy, NBC NFL Analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 7, 2010
    January 7, 2010
    Episode 47
    1/7/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is Texas the underdog, heading into the BCS Championship game, against Alabama; is their more trouble in the future for the Wizards, since reports surfaced that say Marcus Crittenton brandished a loaded firearm, in the same dispute that got Gilbert Arenas indefinitely suspended; their thoughts on who's to blame for the cancellation of the Manny Pacquiao/Floyd Mayweather fight; their thoughts on New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan saying that the Jets should be the favorites to win the Super Bowl; their thoughts on Tony LaRussa saying that if the Cardinals make the playoffs, he would consider putting Mark McGwire on the Cardinals active roster. Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN NCAA football analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 6, 2010
    January 6, 2010
    Episode 46
    1/6/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern suspending Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas indefinitely, for carrying guns into the Wizards locker room; is Mike Shanahan getting too much authority as the Redskins new head coach; which is the bigger baseball story: Randy Johnson retiring or Andre Dawson being elected to the Hall of Fame; does Mark Cuban have a right to be upset at the NFL for scheduling a Cowboys playoff game against a Mavericks home game. Peter King, columnist for Sports Illustrated, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 5, 2010
    January 5, 2010
    Episode 45
    1/5/10
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: could Boise State be ranked #1 at the start of next season, after beating TCU in the Fiesta Bowl and returning 21 starters from this seasons 14-0 team; their thoughts on Al Sharpton injecting himself into the Gilbert Arenas/Wizards situation and saying he should suffer a harsh punishment, for carry handguns into the teams locker room; is it fair for Bill Belichick to blame Wes Welker's injury on the Texans' playing field; who would be a better choice to be the Bills head coach: Mary Schottenheimer or Jim Harbaugh; will the launch of ESPN 3D in the summer be something that catches on. Bart Scott, New York Jets linebacker, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • January 4, 2010
    January 4, 2010
    Episode 44
    1/4/10
    6.7
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Jets a dangerous team heading into the playoffs and beating both the Colts and Bengals; are the Patriots in trouble, after Wes Welker will miss the playoffs, because of an injury he suffered in the Patriots loss against the Texans; why did the Colts coaches leave in Dallas Clark and Reggie Wayne to get 100 catches, when they wouldn't leave them in the previous game, for the team to go undefeated; should the Eagles be as cocky as they are, after they were shut out by the Cowboys; will Mike Shanahan make a big difference, if he is hired as the Redskins head coach; what will David Stern do to Gilbert Arenas and the Wizards, after he was arrested for gun possession at the Wizards arena; did USC discipline their basketball program in order to save the football side of the school.moreless
  • December 23, 2009
    December 23, 2009
    Episode 42
    12/23/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: was the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao really called off, as the promoters alleged; could the tension between Brett Favre and Vikings head coach Brad Childress derail the season for the team; would it be possible that both Dwayne Wade and LeBron James could play on the same team; was BYU winning the Las Vegas Bowl, over Oregon State, a big deal; should Serena Williams' rant at the U.S. Open, disqualified her from winning the Associated Press' Female Athlete of the Year.moreless
  • December 22, 2009
    December 22, 2009
    Episode 41
    12/22/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: with their win over the Redskins, is there any chance that the Giants will be able to make the playoffs; their thoughts on the bizarre fake field goal the Redskins ran against the Giants; should Vinny del Negro be fired as Bulls head coach, following their loss to the Kings, where the Bulls blew a 35-point lead; should athletes be worried about TMZ talking about starting up a TMZ Sports bureau; will Mike Holmgren be able to build up the Browns franchise, like he has with his past teams; why is Nick Saban upset about the media asking questions about the National Championship Game; their thoughts on scalpers selling tickets to a free skate at Fenway Park.moreless
  • December 21, 2009
    December 21, 2009
    Episode 40
    12/21/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Vikings fading as one of the top NFL teams, following their loss to the Panthers and dropping two of their last three; was the Saints first loss of the season, against the Cowboys, just one loss or a sign as something serious wrong with the team; did the Steelers save their playoff hopes with their last second win over the Packers; will any of the 7-7 teams from the AFC (Jaguars, Dolphins, Jets, Steelers, Titans and Texans) be able to make the playoffs; are the Chargers the favorites to make the Super Bowl from the AFC. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 18, 2009
    December 18, 2009
    Episode 39
    12/18/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: do the Colts have a chance of going 16-0, after coming from behind to beat the Jaguars; which team has more at stake in their game: the Saints and the pursuit of 16-0 or the Cowboys looking for a way into the playoffs; how good of a fit would Mike Shanahan be as the Redskins head coach; is it alright for Bob Knight to take a shot at John Calipari, for still coaching while his two former schools suffer from recruiting violations; their thoughts on the Paul Pierce saying the NBA needs to raise the rim three inches; is it surprising the NHL is starting to look into past and present players getting concussions.moreless
  • December 17, 2009
    December 17, 2009
    Episode 38
    12/17/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the death of Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry; will the Colts beat the Jaguars to remain undefeated; is it a good move for the Big Ten to add a 12th team to the conference; could Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson beat Usain Bolt in a foot race. Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins linebacker, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 16, 2009
    December 16, 2009
    Episode 37
    12/16/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it ok for the Associated Press to name Tiger Woods as the athlete of decade; their thoughts on Roy Williams back tracking on his comments, that the Cowboys would win against the Saints; why are the Wizards allowing fans to send in ideas for inbound play, that the team would incorporate into a game; should Oregon State get credit, for taking on TCU in their opening game of the 2010 NCAA football season. Michael Irvin, NFL Network analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 15, 2009
    December 15, 2009
    Episode 36
    12/15/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the New York Times reporting that Tiger Woods had a relationship with a doctor, who was arrested for distribution of human growth hormones; can the Cardinals be trusted as a credible playoff threat, following their loss to the 49ers; their thoughts on NBA Commissioner David Stern talking about legalizing gambling on the NBA games; should the mushers from the Iditarod be drug tested. Kevin McHale, TNT NBA Analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 14, 2009
    December 14, 2009
    Episode 35
    12/14/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: should the Colts and/or the Saints rest their starters and save them for the playoffs, or should they both play to go undefeated; what's the biggest story coming out of the Cowboys/Chargers game: the Charges continuing their winning ways or the Cowboys still losing in December; following their win over the Giants, are the Eagles the 3rd best team in the NFC, or are the Giants bad; do they agree with Panthers defensive back Chris Gamble, when he said that Randy Moss quit on the Patriots in their win over the Panthers; their thoughts on Tiger Woods' indefinite leave from the PGA Tour and when he might come back. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 11, 2009
    December 11, 2009
    Episode 34
    12/11/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what is wrong with the Steelers, following their loss to the Browns and falling to a 6-7 record; should the Cincinnati football players have the right to be upset, after head coach Brian Kelly, left the team to take the vacant Notre Dame head coaching job; their thoughts on Adalius Thomas speaking out about being sent home from Patriots practice, after showing up late; should Tiger Woods make a public statement, following the endless allegations from women, that he had affairs with them. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame head football coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 10, 2009
    December 10, 2009
    Episode 33
    12/10/09
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: how excited should the Notre Dame fans be, now that Brian Kelly was hired as their new head football coach; does Mac Brown deserve his two million dollar raise, from Texas, for getting the team to the National Championship game; is Richard Seymour right to criticize Bill Belichick's recent coaching calls; their thoughts on Serena Williams saying that she was fined for her role in screaming at a line judge, simply because she is a woman. Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 9, 2009
    December 9, 2009
    Episode 32
    12/9/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Congress debating a bill, that would forbid the NCAA to use the term "National Championship Game" for the BCS, unless the National Championship Game was played under a playoff; why is Tennessee being investigated for sending female students to meet with possible recruits; was Bill Bellichick right for sending four players home, after they failed to show up for practice, due to snow storm; could Tim Tebow be an every down traditional NFL quarterback; do they agree with Rasheed Wallace, when he says referees are biased against certain NBA players. John Calipari, Kentucky head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 8, 2009
    December 8, 2009
    Episode 31
    12/8/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: where do the Packers fall in the NFC's pecking order, following their win over the Ravens; their thoughts on Allen Iverson's debut with the 76ers; could Nebraska's defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh win the Heisman trophy; should Notre Dame hire Cincinnati head coach Brian Kelly so early after firing Charlie Weis, or wait until after the Bowl games; would it be a good move for the NCAA to expand the March Madness tournament to 96 teams. Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts defensive end, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 7, 2009
    December 7, 2009
    Episode 30
    12/7/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: who had the most impressive win to remain undefeated: the Saints winning in overtime against the Redskins or the Colts beating the Titans; is time to write off the Steelers and Patriots, following their losses to the Raiders and Dolphins; was the Vikings 30-17 loss to the Cardinals a sign of things to come for the team, or just one bad game; is Texas and Alabama playing in the BCS championship game a satisfying result; is Greg Oden's career in jeopardy, after he broke his knee cap and will miss the rest of the Blazers' season. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 4, 2009
    December 4, 2009
    Episode 29
    12/4/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: did Team USA get lucky in the FIFA World Cup drawing, by being in the same group as England, Algeria and Slovenia; did Mark Sanchez do anything wrong when he was injured, sliding head first, to get a first down, in the Jets game against the Bills; how moving was Allen Iverson's press conference, when he was introduced as signing with the 76ers. Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN NCAA football analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 3, 2009
    December 3, 2009
    Episode 28
    12/3/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: do the New Jersey have a shot at being the worst team in NBA history, after starting the season 0-18, the worst start in NBA history; is it a smart move for Alexander Ovechkin to keeping playing his reckless style, when it gets him injured, suspended and many NHL players calling him a dirty player; does Wade Phillips deserve more praise, for his winning record with Cowboys, than he is getting; why would MLB extend the Divisional Series round of playoffs from best of five, to best of seven; who would win a 40-yard dash Titans running back Chris Johnson or Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo. Troy Aikman, FOX NFL color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • December 2, 2009
    December 2, 2009
    Episode 27
    12/2/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is it surprising that Tiger Woods admitted to being unfaithful in his marriage; do athletes deserve the right to privacy, even though they are public figures; will Tiger Woods' fans be able to forgive him for his transgressions; is it fair for FIFA to punish Thierry Henry for his handball, when the referees didn't make the right call; should people be excitied for the Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight; was it a good move for the 76ers to sign Allen Iverson.moreless
  • December 1, 2009
    December 1, 2009
    Episode 26
    12/1/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods being fined $164 for his car accident; is it alright with the way that Bobby Bowden is retiring as Florida State's head coach; what does the Saints 38-17 win over the Patriots say about that team; what should Urban Meyer do to Carlos Dunlap concerning his play in the SEC Championship game, following his arrest for drunk driving. Peter King, Sports Illustrated columnist, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 30, 2009
    November 30, 2009
    Episode 25
    11/30/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what is next for Charlie Weis and Notre Dame, following Weis' firing as Notre Dame's head coach; does the story of Tiger Woods crashing his Escalade into a fire hydrant have any significance to the sports world; how impressive was Vince Young and the Titans, on their final and game winning drive against the Cardinals; was Hines Ward criticizing Ben Roethlisberger for sitting out the Steelers overtime loss to the Ravens, because of a concussion. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 25, 2009
    November 25, 2009
    Episode 24
    11/25/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: which is the most intriguing NFL game on Thanksgiving: Packers/Lions, Raiders/Cowboys or Giants/Broncos; is it surprising that the Steelers will play Ben Roethlisberger, following his suffering a concussion, after the NFL has said they're taking further precautions to limit head injuries in the league; is Charlie Weis' Notre Dame coaching job done, since Notre Dame's athletic department canceled his scouting trips; should the Warriors be praised for their win over Mavericks, after only playing six players, or should the Mavericks be embarrased after losing to six Warriors on three days rest. Phil Jackson, Los Angeles Lakers head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 24, 2009
    November 24, 2009
    Episode 23
    11/24/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Titans capable of running the table and winning ten straight games, after they started the season 0-4; is the reason why Vince Young is playing better this season, is because he had matured in the past year; should the Bears or Texans fire their head coaches, after reports are saying that Bill Cowher would be interested in those jobs; will Joe Mauer stay with the Twins, after his contract is up in 2012. Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee Bucks point guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 23, 2009
    November 23, 2009
    Episode 22
    11/23/09
    6.5
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Steelers in trouble, because of their loss to the Chiefs and also because Ben Roethlisberger suffered a concussion and their back-up quarterback, Charlie Batch, was also injured; are the Bengals back to their old ways, after fumbling away a win and losing to the Raiders; are the Saints and the Colts the two best teams in the NFL, after both teams remain undefeated; if the NFL season was over after week 11, would Brett Favre be the MVP; what was Les Miles thinking, when he told his LSU quarterback to spike the football with only one second left. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 20, 2009
    November 20, 2009
    Episode 21
    11/20/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will Ricky Williams be able to carry the Dolphins to the playoffs, like he did in last night's win against the Panthers; is it surprising that the Knicks changed their mind on signing Allen Iverson; how long will Stan van Gundy be nicer to the Magic's players, after he had a meeting with Dwight Howard, where he told him to be nicer; is David Beckham living up to the hype, now that the Galaxy is playing for the MLS Championship; how will the Patriots defense respond to Bill Bellichick's going for it, on 4th & 2, in their game against the Jets; has Mark Mangino made it worse for himself and his job as Kansas' football coach, when he defended himself, after players accused him of being verbally and phsyical abusive towards them.moreless
  • November 19, 2009
    November 19, 2009
    Episode 20
    11/19/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: what should FIFA do, in the wake of replays showing that a player on France touched the ball, on the game winning goal in a World Cup qualifying match between Ireland and France; would a big name coach, like Mike Shannahan or Bill Cowher, go and coach the Buffalo Bills; is it ok for the Bears players and coaches to turn down interviews with Bob Costas, that would air in the pre-game show of the Bears/Eagles game; would a loss against Ohio State end Rich Rodriguez's run has Michigan's head coach. Charles Barkley, TNT NBA analyst, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 18, 2009
    November 18, 2009
    Episode 19
    11/18/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: was it ok for Rex Ryan to cry, while addressing the Jets, following their loss to the Jaguars and saying that he believes in his team; is it a good move for the NFL to ban helmets at practice and limit contact, in order to curb the increase in head injuries; would the Knicks be a good fit for Allen Iverson, following his release from the Grizzlies. Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns point guard, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 16, 2009
    November 16, 2009
    Episode 18
    11/16/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is Bill Belichick to blame for the Patriots loss to the Colts, by going for it on 4th & 2 and the Patriots failing to convert, which led to the Colts scoring a touchdown and ultimately winning the game; will Bill Belichick be able to regain the confidence of the Patriots defense, after it showed he didn't, by going for it on 4th & 2; where do the Bengals rank among the NFL teams after sweeping their season set against the Steelers and going to 6-2; was it a smart move for Jaguars head coach Jack del Rio to have Maurice Jones Drew kneel down on the one yard line, instead of scoring a touchdown, then run the clock down and kick the game winning field goal; what should the NFL do to Titans owner Bud Adams, after video surfaced of him flipping off the Bills fans, following the Titans win over the bills. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 13, 2009
    November 13, 2009
    Episode 17
    11/13/09
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: should the Bears be worried about Jay Cutler, after throwing five interceptions, in their loss to the 49ers; should Chris Paul be upset that the Hornets fired Byron Scott, without his consent; should the NBA listen to LeBron James' request to retire the number 23, league wide, in honor of Michael Jordan; their thoughts on the Tennessee student, who was held up wit a pellet gun, by three college football players, saying he doesn't charges filed against them and they should still be playing for the Volunteers; how important is the Patriots/Colts game; should an undefeated TCU play in the National Championship game, over a one loss SEC school; is there any excitement for the Pacquiao/Cotto fight.moreless
  • November 12, 2009
    November 12, 2009
    Episode 16
    11/12/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will the loser of tonight's Bears/49ers game, be eliminated from the playoff hunt; is it surprising that Byron Scott was fired as Hornets head coach; their thoughts on LeBron James saying he won't be answering any more questions about being a free agent next season; their thoughts on three Tennessee college football players being arrested for attempted armed robbery; their thoughts on Mike Tyson allegedly assaulting a member of the paparazzi. Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals quarterback, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 11, 2009
    November 11, 2009
    Episode 15
    11/11/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is tonight's Cavaliers/Magic game, must win game for LeBron James and the Cavaliers; should 49ers wide reciever, Vernon Davis, be trash talking the Bears' defensive line; their thoughts on the reports that said, Bobby Bowden lost track of the score in Florida State's loss to Clemson; is it surprising that Steve Kerr said he would trade his NBA career for Steve Nash's NBA career. Cedric Benson, Cincinnati Bengals running back, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 10, 2009
    November 10, 2009
    Episode 14
    11/10/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: after beating the Broncos, where do the Steelers rank in the NFL's top teams; are the Broncos in trouble after losing two straight games; if Charlie Weis loses either of the two remaining Notre Dame games, will he be fired. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse head basketball coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 9, 2009
    November 9, 2009
    Episode 13
    11/9/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: are the Cowboys legitimate contenders for the Super Bowl, after beating the Eagles and improving their record to 6-2; what's the bigger story coming out of the Ravens/Bengals games: the Ravens being 4-4 or the Bengals being 6-2; is the Giants season now over, after losing to the Chargers and falling to 4-4; what was the biggest upset of the weekend, Iowa losing to Northwestern, Navy beating Notre Dame or Oregon losing to Stanford. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 6, 2009
    November 6, 2009
    Episode 12
    11/6/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: did LeBron James deserve a foul call, in the closing seconds of the Bulls win over the Cavaliers; should the Knicks players be upset that management is more focused on the offseason free agency, instead of this season; which NFL undefeated team is more likely to lose: the Colts or the Saints; is suspension enough for New Mexico's Elizabeth Lambert, when she was playing overly aggressive, during a soccer match; their thoughts on Urban Meyer being fined $30,000 by the SEC.moreless
  • November 5, 2009
    November 5, 2009
    Episode 11
    11/5/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: does Joe Girardi deserve the credit for the Yankees winning the World Series, after people were criticizing his choice of using his starting rotation on short rest; has Alex Rodriguez's legacy been changed, after he won his first World Series; do they agree with some Phillies players, who said they're better than Yankees, despite their losing in the World Series; with the Yankees winning their 27th World Series, is this year's win the start of another Yankee dynasty; why is Roy Williams complaining that Tony Romo isn't throwing the ball perfectly to him; and their thoughts on Andre Agassi admitting to not wearing any underwear when he played tennis, late in his career.moreless
  • November 4, 2009
    November 4, 2009
    Episode 10
    11/4/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: who will pitch the best in game six of the World Series: Pedro Martinez on five days rest, or Andy Pettitte on three days rest; how big of loss is Syracuse's loss to a division two team, in preseason college basketball; are Dan Snyder and Randy Lerner truly sorry for the way both the Redskins and Browns are playing. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver, FOX commentators for the World Series, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • November 3, 2009
    November 3, 2009
    Episode 9
    11/3/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: is the Yankees' plan to start there rotation on a short rest, backfiring on them, following their game five loss in the World Series and the Phillies making the series 3-2; should the Phillies be concerned, when Cole Hamels said he can't wait for this season to be over; with the Saints winning close games, does it give the team more confidence; does PGA golfer Doug Barron testing positive for performance enhancing drugs, really matter to the PGA's fans; should the Raiders fire Tom Cable, after allegations of domestic abuse from his ex-wife and ex-girlfriend; what should the Grizzlies do with Allen Iverson, after complaining about his playing time, after only one game with the team.moreless
  • November 2, 2009
    November 2, 2009
    Episode 8
    11/2/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: will the Yankees close out the World Series tonight and beat the Phillies in game five; their thoughts on Brett Favre leading the Vikings to a win over the Packers, in his return to Green Bay; who will win the NFC East, even if none of the teams look particular impressive; was the Broncos' loss to the Ravens a significant one; who should get the credit for starting Vince Young and leading the Titans to their first win of the season. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 30, 2009
    October 30, 2009
    Episode 7
    10/30/09
    0.0
    Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: who has the advantage in the World Series, after the the Yankees tied the series at 1-1; why is Alex Rodriguez struggling in the World Series, going 0-8 with six strikeouts; who should NFL fans be rooting for in Brett Favre's return to Green Bay, in the Vikings/Packers game; do they agree with Martina Navratilova's comments, when she said Andre Agassi is just as bad as Roger Clemens, because he used crystal meth when we was playing tennis; could the UFL's Tuskers beat the NFL's Buccaneers.moreless
  • October 29, 2009
    October 29, 2009
    Episode 6
    10/29/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: how impressive was Cliff Lee's performance in game one of the World Series and leading the Phillies to a 6-1 win over the Yankees; should baseball fans be excited for Pedro Martinez starting game two of the World Series; is it panic time for the Cavaliers after they lost their first two games of the season; their thoughts on the details of Tim Donaghy's cancelled book being leaked out; could congressional hearings lead the way for the NFL to change the way they deal with head injuries. Craig Jennings, Green Bay Packers wide receiver, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 28, 2009
    October 28, 2009
    Episode 5
    10/28/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: do they agree with the Phillies' shortstop, Jimmy Rollins, that the Phillies will win the World Series in five games, over the Yankees; was the Celtics' win over the Cavaliers a significant one, even if it was on the NBA's season opener; is Reggie Bush prematurely talking about the Saints going undefeated; what does Andre Agassi gain from, when he admitted to using crystal meth during his tennis career; are the Redskins censoring their fans, by banning homemade signs. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver, FOX commentators for the World Series, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 27, 2009
    October 27, 2009
    Episode 4
    10/27/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: were the Redskins performance worse than expected, in their loss to the Eagles; does the SEC have a problem with their referees, after not calling penalties for the conference's top teams; are the Celtics going to be in this because of Rajon Rondo's contract dispute and injuries to both Kevin Garnett and Glen Davis; is Blake Griffin injury prone, following him breaking his knee cap, which he'll miss the first two months of his rookie season. Bill Simmons, columnist for ESPN.com, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 26, 2009
    October 26, 2009
    Episode 3
    10/26/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: following their come from behind win, against the Dolphins, is this going to be a special season for the Saints; what did the NFL fans learn from the Steelers win against the Vikings; what happened to the Bears in the blowout loss to the Bengals; does Florida and Alabama really look like they deserve to be the two topped ranked BCS teams; will their be any excitement for a Phillies/Yankees World Series. Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst and Monday Night Football color commentator, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 23, 2009
    October 23, 2009
    Episode 2
    10/23/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: can the Angels come back to win the ALCS, against the Yankees, following their game five win; is Tom Cable legal troubles over, after the Nappa Valley District Attorney dropped all charges against him, following allegations of him breaking an assistant's jaw; will Stephan Curry come out of shooting slump, before the NBA's regular begins. Doc Rivers, Boston Celtics head coach, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
  • October 22, 2009
    October 22, 2009
    Episode 1
    10/22/09
    0.0
    Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports from Jackie MacMullan's book When the Game Was Ours, that say Ervin Johnson's and Isiah Thomas' friendship was ruined, because Johnson thought Thomas was spreading rumors about him; with the Phillies advancing to the World Series, are they better than the Yankees; is Cedric Benson telling the truth, when he says the Bears tried to blackball him from the NFL. Jackie MacMullan joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.moreless
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