Over the past few months, the news has been consumed with stories regarding past and present players and their inability to stay out of trouble. Ear...
It was a bittersweet week for Big Blue. No, it had nothing to do with injuries or PSLs or draft picks, it had to do with the lasting memory of greatn...
I typically don't comment on extramarital affairs, paternity matters, or who-was-seen-out-with-who-where-doing-what stuff. This Tiki thing is different.
On this episode of the podcast, we welcome back childhood friend (and American ex-pat in Paris) Fox, who shares some stories about his time in Vancouver while working in television for the Winter Olympics.
Oh well. So much for that Olympic hockey afterglow. NHL ratings have gone down since the end of the Vancouver games.
You don't see this every day: Seattle Mariners pitcher Cliff Lee got ejected from an exhibition game for throwing pitches at Arizona catcher Chris Snyder.
In this episode, in addition to some G-Men talk, we address the recently concluded 2010 Winter Olympics, Saved By the Bell, and our ongoing social commentary on TV commercials.
This is the third Olympics held in Canada. How many gold medals have the Canadians won in Olympics they've hosted? None.
In this Super Bowl XLIV preview, we discuss our plans for the game and, ultimately, call who we like and why. And ironically, we spend more discussing the G-Men.
According to a Marist Poll, the most annoying Super Bowl sportscaster cliche is, "it's too bad somebody has to lose."
Knicks Hall of Famer Dick McGuire has died at the age of 84. He's been in the Knicks organization for 53 years. He's the older brother of the late Al McGuire.
In this episode, we discuss Paul Shirley's insensitive remarks relating to Haiti, Tim Tebow's controversial Super Bowl ad, and Greg Oden's embarrassing (or impressive?) photos on the internet.
In this episode, we discuss the virtuosity of Darrelle Revis, the surprising and timely adequacy of The Sanchise, the choke-job by Nate Kaeding, and the questionable decisions made by Norv Turner.
Get psyched for another great weekend of exciting playoff football.
In this Wildcard Weekend Preview, we welcome back our resident Dallas Cowboys expert to reflect on Texas's loss in the BCS and on the Cowboys upcoming rematch against the Eagles in Dallas.
In the first episode of The NYGMen Podcast post-2009 NFL regular season, we discuss the Jets, Eric Mangini, Bill Belichick and his disciples, and the death of Casey Johnson.