Toucher And Rich
The Academy Award winning actor lost his mind Tuesday night in Las Vegas at the NHL Awards. You’ve gotta hear this audio!
John Powers of the Boston Globe is down in Brazil covering the World Cup and he joined Toucher & Rich Tuesday morning to discuss Thursday’s pivotal group play match between the USA and Germany.
If his foot surgery causes him to drop, should the Celtics draft Joel Embiid with the sixth overall? Jon Wallach says it’s worth the risk.
New York Times columnist Juliet Macur isn’t convinced Cristiano Ronaldo’s injury is as serious as it’s being made out to be. She talked about that, plus gave a full preview of USA-Portugal.
Toucher & Rich brought in former Redskins general manager Vinny Cerrato, now a radio host in Baltimore, to sort this whole Redskins name change thing out.
Herald beat writer Jeff Howe called in to talk Patriots OTAs, including Jimmy Garoppolo, Vince Wilfork, Darrelle Revis, Alfonzo Dennard and much more.
The NHL is slowly moving away from the enforcer role. The Bruins electing to let Shawn Thornton go to free agency reflects that trend, which is not a good thing according to CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty.
The New England Revolution head coach called in to talk about Team USA’s win over Ghana, their next match against Portugal, what they must to do advance past the group stage and why they must find their rhythm.
Soccer analyst and retired player Greg Lalas joined T&R Monday morning to preview USA-Ghana and talk about what’s surprised him so far in World Cup play.
The Spurs are champs again, but will Tim Duncan retire? And will the Big Three be back in Miami?