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John Rooke and Scott Cordischi take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week's hot topics. Southern New England is still pumped up about Deflategate, listen to John talk about what it was like to be at Gillette Stadium all week and Scott explains why he is fed up. They invite you to join them for Super Bowl XLIX predictions. Mr Mint calls in to clue us in on the state of Patriots collectibles. We celebrate the life of Ernie Banks in ” Three Things".
Erik Scalavino, @Patriots journalist and writer for Patriots Football Weekly takes his victory lap on predicting a playoff picture without Peyton Manning and the Broncos. He breaks down the Pats victory over Baltimore, Harbaugh and his sour grapes, Stork’s absence, performance of the O line and how the New England weather will affect the running game. Other questions are whether Jonas Gray will be activated and the future of Wilfork. We all can identify with the bizarro world of growing up a Patriots fan years ago.
Scott Cordischi is solo in studio as John Rooke joins us from Omaha. They take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week's hot topics. We look back on the Patriots victory over the Baltimore Ravens and look toward the AFC Championship against the Indianapolis Colts in Foxboro. The PC Friars are in Omaha Nebraska to battle Creighton, John briefs us on that. It’s an NFL centric "Three Things"
Erik Scalavino, @Patriots journalist and writer for Patriots Football Weekly takes time out to join us while he waits for road service! He gives us some insight into the Pats playoff matchup with the Baltimore Ravens and looks ahead to a possible playoff picture without Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
The Voice of the Georgetown Hoyas (10-4, 2-1), Rich Chvotkin joins us to break down this afternoon's matchup with the PC Friars (12-4, 2-1) at The Dunk.
John Rooke and Scott Cordischi take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on this weeks hot topics. We listen to you sound off on this afternoon's full plate of big games. The Patriots play this afternoon in Foxboro against the Ravens in a playoff battle and PC Friars men's basketball tips off against the Georgetown Hoyas at The Dunk. Pedro Martinez takes a HOF victory lap in "Three Things"
Providence Journal Sports Columnist, Jim Donaldson joins Scott to talk all things New England sports as we start the year 2015. He explains why regional fans should be optimistic about our teams and predicts that the Red Sox will go from worst to first again! We discuss where Darelle Revis will end up, why Tom Brady is the man and whether Bill Parcels will go into the Hall of Fame.
Welcome to Southern New England Sports Saturday, John Rooke and Scott Cordischi return in the new year-2015 with a new show! We start the the year much like the last, Scott’s in studio while John’s on the road. He calls in from Wisconsin as the Providence College Friars men’s BB takes on Marquette. They take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week’s hot topics. Everyone is talking Patriots playoff scenario’s and Rajon Rondo’s transformation as he returns to Boston in a Dallas Maverick uniform. Rajon graciously joins us for “Three Things”, which we are grateful for because he’s tired.
John Rooke and Scott Cordischi are in studio for Go Local Sports one last time in 2014. They take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week’s hot topics. We look back on the year’s highlights and not so highlights. Patriots are going into the playoffs as the AFC Division leaders and #1 seed. Scott gets into it with the callers, maintaining that Bill Belichick was spot on concerning Edelman vs Welker and why the Buffalo Bills will be playing all out for the Pats final regular season meeting. It’s a New Year’s Eve countdown to “Three Things”. Tune in next Saturday for a surprise!
Joining us to discuss the Patriots is Erik Scalavino @Patriots journalist & Patriots Football Weekly writer. Erik and John break down the keys to surviving the remaining regular season game against Buffalo and what to expect going into the playoffs as the AFC Division leaders and #1 seed, thanks to Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.