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One on One

The First Giants-Jets Game

by Bob Ahrens

From the WFUV Sports Archives

The first Giants-Jets game. August 17, 1969...Yale Bowl, New Haven, CT.

The Jets were coming off a Super Bowl victory and needed to prove their victory over Baltimore wasn't a fluke. The two teams and the two leagues did not like each other...and that's putting it nicely.

One on One Sits Down with SNY's Gary Cohen

by Kelly Kultys

Bob Ahrens : WFUV Sports 

It was a busy day for Kris Venezia, Nick Logerfo, and Matt Moro, hosting One on One live from Citi Field, but they had the chance to catch up with the legendary Gary Cohen. Cohen, currently the TV Voice of the Mets for SNY, has called the Mets games since 1989 on both TV and radio. He told the guys what it's like to broadcast the Mets through their ups and downs as well as his insights into their season this year. To listen to the interview, click the link below or download on iTunes. 

One on One Previews the World Cup Final with ESPN's Tommy Smyth

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr: Creative Commons

ESPN lead soccer radio analyst Tommy Smyth breaks down the remaining two matches left in the 2014 World Cup: Argentina v. Germany for the cup and the 3rd place matchup between Brazil and the Netherlands. Kris Venezia and Nick Logerfo discuss the stories leading up to the big game with Smyth. To listen click the link below or download on iTunes. 

Mets Exclusives: WFUV Talks to Mets Stars

by Mike Watts

Matthew D. Britt | Flickr

With extensive inside access to Citi Field during One on One, the crew caught up with some of the Mets best players.

Matt Moro caught up with OF Curtis Granderson, C Travis d'Arnaud, RP Vic Black, SP Zack Wheeler, and RP Jenrry Mejia.  Outfielder Eric Young Jr. called into the show and joined Moro, Kris Venezia, Nick Logerfo as well.

Listen to the exclusive interviews below:

A Son's Dedication Honored to Wrap Up Hope Week 2014

by Matt Moro

Matt Moro : WFUV Sports

When looking back on the amazing stories and gestures that come together during HOPE week, its not really fair to compare each one. But what is fair to say, is that the story of Quai and Vaida Jefferson may be one of the most inspiring stories you will ever hear.

When Quai Jefferson was just 6 years old, his mother was diagnosed was Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that affects the central nervous system. This is devastating news for any family, but is especially tough when it affects a single mother and her young son. For Quai, his mother was everything to him.