Thursday, November 11, 2010

This week's radio segments (The Sports Reporters, Tony Kornheiser Show)

Wednesday I joined The Sports Reporters in the normal timeslot (5:25 ET on Wednesday's). Click the permalink, then the link below, to listen to the segment from this week.  We started out the discussion on Navy's big win at East Carolina, then followed it up with a lot of talk on Shanahan-McNabb-Mortensen and all things Redskins.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Sports Reporters

On Thursday morning, I joined Tony Kornheiser on his newest The Tony Kornheiser Show in my normal 11:05 ET timeslot. This week we talked about Tony finding ESPNU on his TV to watch College of Charleston vs. Maryland, discussed the upcoming BB&T Classic triple-header and other aspects in college basketball before finishing with the Cam Newton situation.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Tony Kornheiser Show


George said...

I love you writing, John. However, to insinuate that people who are fed up with the federal government's grab for more power over individual citizens and the prospects for unsustainable deficits under this administration voted as they did because Pres. Obama is black is absolutely ridiculous and insulting. I am a 63-year old white, Catholic, conservative Cajun physician who is still a registered Democrat; but who has never voted for a Democrat for president and who classifies himself as Conservative. I will not be like others who would say that I will never read your blog again. As I said, I love your writing...on sports. Your politics seem to be with the Olberman party. I welcome a black president with conservative principles who would get the boot of the federal government off the necks of the citizens of this country. Yes, the federal government is repressive to the citizenry. Some just cave it to the many riciculous regulations faced daily, and some object. That was the reason for the recent vote. It was a fed-up citizenry vote, not a racist vote.

Purplebari said...

Feinstein on the Brink? More like Feinstein unhinged. I'm a huge fan and have contributed to your income by purchasing many of your books, read more from the library, and your response to me is to call me a racist because I disagree with the policies of the President? I enjoy your work too much to walk away, but I will show my displeasure by boycotting "The Rivalry."