Thursday, December 16, 2010

This week's radio segments (The Sports Reporters, The 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 talking about the Washington Capitals before moving on to other topics, including Ralph Friedgen and the Maryland football coaching situation.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Sports Reporters

This morning at 11:05 ET I joined Tony Kornheiser in his newest version of The Tony Kornheiser Show.  This week we talked about musicals, the Washington Capitals, Michael Wilbon and several other topics as we usual do.

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


Paul said...


The radio link to Kornheiser's show is the one from last week. Just thought I would let you know. I enjoy listening to these so it is a bit of a disappointment. Probably some technical messup or something.

HenryFTP said...

You make an interesting point about big-time college coaching but it would be even more interesting for you to follow up on its implications -- if a college coach like Friedgen has to have a long-term contract in order to recruit effectively, how do public universities ever avoid getting stuck with large indemnity payments when the time does come to make a change? If the coach is becoming advanced in years, like Friedgen, doesn't such a system create incentives to install "heir-apparents", which you have rightly criticized? This is a system only Dan Snyder could love.

FOTB said...

Paul - thanks for letting us should be fixed now.