Saturday, July 12, 2008


After listening to the show the last two days, a casual observer might surmise that Mike and the Mad Dog are back in a groove. Belittling callers, sucking up to guests, making uninformed comments, displaying their unique mix of hysterical cluelessness and unsubstantiated arrogance. You know, business as usual. Be Careful. This whole idea that they're back doing shows together and all of a sudden the tension is gone, is absurd. The die might already be cast. Maybe Mike has already signed his deal with the NFL Network and starts as soon as that first pigskin flies through the air. Maybe Chernoff has promised Russo the morning slot along with his new host, Max Kellerman. I can't go too crazy after a couple of shows. Talk to me in August.


KBilly said...

If the Angry Puppy got mornings, how could he stay up to watch the SF Giants? I would be very happy with my 1:00-6:20 gig if I were him.
And is it just me, or does the Fox Mets/Rockies broadcast have no announcers? I can hear everything, the planes flying overhead, the crowd, but no Joe Buck droning on.

gabagool said...


Bobby Murcer. My favorit Yankee. My first hero.

Really #1.

Anonymous said...

Russo and Kellerman? A know-it-all smartass and a know-nothing smartass; a biased Yankee fan and a Yankee hater; a biased NY Giants fan and a guy who doesn't give a rat's ass about football but gives his opinions anyway. Might be interesting.

Anonymous said...

P.S. Bobby Murcer was The Man.