Fred Toucher and Rich Shertenlieb are radio guys, they don’t often do public service announcements — but when they do they come every so often in a segment they like to call “Know Your Armpits Of America.”
One AFC North coach compared Teddy Bridgewater to “Steamin’” Willie Beaman, Jamie Foxx’s character in Any Given Sunday, which led Keefe to discuss in the latest installment of Keefer Madness.
The Sports Hub’s promotions manager came back to his desk to find a slice missing from his pizza, so he checked the surveillance camera.
Whether on air or in print, Jonny Gomes has said some pretty crazy things in the past. But when you read the quotes on paper, you can’t tell if it’s him speaking or a pro wrestler from the 1980′s.
Maybe calling basketball games just isn’t Rondo’s forte, but what would he sound like calling other sporting events? What would his reaction be to Vinatieri splitting the uprights? Or ‘The Miracle On Ice’? Find out!
Everyone’s favorite call screener was down at the TD Garden last week for ‘Smackdown’, and before and after the show he interviewed several wrestling fans.
While traveling the world exploring the science of what makes things funny, we stumbled on an important question: What makes a good comedy club? According to many of the comics we interviewed, a “good room” is one that’s dimly lit, densely packed, with hard chairs, low ceilings, a red curtain, and nothing at all that’s blue.
Torey Krug is a rookie defenseman on the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Bruins, but when he reads hair metal lyrics a capella he turns into ‘Mötley Krüg.
Belichick is sad, and coaching is pain.
Scott Zolak knows what it takes to get drafted, so he decided he would train Adolfo following his poor showing in the 40-yard dash.