Sunday, July 10, 2011

This week's radio segments (The Sports Reporters, The Gas Man)

Wednesday I joined The Sports Reporters in the normal 5:30 ET time slot. Click the permalink, then the link below, to listen to the segment from this week. This week virtually the entire time was spent on a back and forth discussing Tiger Woods, including his injury status and thoughts on his future.

Click here to listen to the segment (due to a technical glitch, you need to scroll down until July 6, John Feinstein): The Sports Reporters


I also joined The Gas Man, out of Seattle, for my weekly spot at 5:35 PT. Click below for the audio of this week's segment.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Gas Man

1 comment:

deepvalue said...

Regarding soccer penalty kicks. In soccer you play for 90 minutes. Extra time is 30 minutes - or 33% more "real" soccer. In baseball you get as little as 1 more inning - 11% more baseball. In football it can be over in one play - that's just random. In basketball you get five minutes - 12% more hoops. In hockey you play in shifts and could go all night unlike soccer where there is limited subbing and fatigue is a major factor. In golf it depends on the tournament, but in sudden death it can be one hole - or about 5% more golf. Frankly, soccer ties are decided more legitimately than most other sports!