Former Jets DB Marcus Coleman

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Host Andy Suekoff begins the show discussing the Vikings incredible victory over the Saints to advance to the NFC Championship game against the Eagles. In the second half of the show, Andy talks with Marcus Coleman, former defensive back for the New York Jets.  

Rangers/Isles; Jets/Giants; NFL Playoffs

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Hosts Derek Wasiak and John Sweeney talk about the Rangers and Islanders, as well as the end to both the Jets and Giants seasons. The guys also discuss the upcoming NFL playoffs.    

Jets/Giants; Mets/Yanks Hot Stove

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Host Jason Nazario discusses the Jets and their loss earlier in the day to the Saints, the Giants and there loss to the Eagles, as well as some other NFL matchups across the league in week 15. Later Jason talks about the Mets front office ineptitude, as well as some Yankees hot stove.  

Former Isles Forward Derek King

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Hosts Gary Harding, John Panarese and John Sweeney welcome former New York Islanders forward Islander Derek King, who discusses his career in the NHL, along with his coaching duties in the AHL, and the life lessons he received along the way. Later the guys discussed the state of New York sports, including the Jets/Giants debacles,…

Rangers Hockey; Jets/Giants Talk

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Host Andy Suekoff welcomes Greg Kaplan from Blueshirts Breakaway to the show and discuss the New York Rangers strong play, his podcast and the age old question “is a hot dog a sandwich?” (Andy was outvoted) Later, Andy recaps the latest Giants disaster, the Jets leaving their offense at baggage claim, and his ASU Sun Devil…

Jets Football; Rangers/Islanders Talk

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Hosts Derek Wasiak and John Sweeney discuss the New York Jets and their big win against the Chiefs earlier in the day, gave their college football predictions, and talk Islanders and Rangers hockey with Scott Charles, AP Sports contributor and Editor-in-Chief of Isles Insight.  

Guest Co-Host Sean Little; NFL, Jets/Giants Talk

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Host Andy Suekoff celebrates one year at WGBB by welcoming his ASU co-host Sean Little to the program, who’s currently hosting No Ketchup Chicago. The two recapped the Packers-Bears game and the process that goes into the makings of the podcast. Later, Andy goes over the Jets falling into the trap and getting beat by…

Talking Jets, Sound Tigers

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Hosts Gary Harding, John Panarese and John Sweeney begin the show talking with Luis Tirado, Jr. from The Jet Press. Luis gave his thoughts on the team after team collapsed in the 4th quarter against the Dolphins earlier in the day, and later talked about some potential Jets prospects and Todd Bowles future with the…

Yankees Lose, Jets Collapse, NHL

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Hosts Gary Harding, John Panarese and John Sweeney cover a lot of ground in the hour, beginning the show discussing the Yankees and the prospect for their future. Then the guys talked about the Jets 4th quarter collapse earlier in the day in Miami. NHL hockey took focus in the second half of the show,…

Yankees AL Pennant Chase; Jets, Giants

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Host Andy Suekoff begins the show taking some time to bask in the glory as his alma mater Arizona State scored a huge upset victory over #5 Washington on Saturday night. Later, Andy talks about the importance of game 3 of the ALCS between the Yankees and Astros at Yankee Stadium, the egregious call that…

Ernie DiGregorio, Mark Gastineau

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Host Bill Donohue begins the show welcoming former Providence star and 1973–74 NBA Rookie of the Year Ernie DiGregorio, followed by former New York Jets defensive end and member of the famed “New York Sack Exchange,” Mark Gastineau.    

Rod Gaspar, 1969 Mets/Jets/Knicks

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Host Bill Donohue kicks the show off welcoming 1969 Miracle Mets outfielder Rod Gaspar. Then Bill moved into a discussion of the world champion Mets, Jets and Knicks of 1969 with author Bert Flieger, who also discussed his new book, The Wonder Year: The Championships of the New York Jets, Mets, and Knicks Were Only Part of the…