Bob Papa

One-on- One's NFL Friday: Week 1

by Julian Atienza, Nick Logerfo, Mack Rosenberg, Mike Watts

In a jam-packed first episode, Mack and Mike kickoff the season breaking down the Giants loss to the Cowboys on Wednesday night. Eric Mollo gives his weekly Giants report. Special guest Bob Papa joins the guys to give his take on the game and what Giants fans can look forward to this season.

Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello gets Watts riled up, as the guys preview the Bills game on Sunday and everything else Jets. Steve Simineri stops by to give M&M and listerners sage Fantasy Football advice.

Costas and Papa at the 2012 WFUV Gala

by Mack Rosenberg

May 10, 2012 marked the fifth annual WFUV Gala. The event took place in New York City at Gotham Hall.

Al Michaels, this year's winner of the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award in Sports Broadcasting, was unable to attend and asked Bob Costas to accept the award on his behalf.

Bob was kind enough to sit down with me and discuss Al, WFUV, and what becoming a broadcaster today is all about.

WFUV Gala Honors Al Michaels

by Chris Hilk
NBC

Last Thursday night WFUV’s annual Gala honored one of the greats in the sports broadcasting industry as Al Michaels received the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award. Michaels joins Scully, Dick Enberg, Ernie Harwell, and Pat Summerall in the exclusive club.

NFL Friday - Super Bowl Weekend

by Mike Giandomenico

With NFL Friday and the season coming to a close, there was no shortage of star power in the Super Bowl Edition of the show.

Ricky and I had a cavalcade of guests, starting off with Steve Gray’s weekly Giants report. Steve broke down the matchups as he has been doing all season long, including the Giants keys to victory, as well as his prediction.

Bob Papa Talks Giants-49ers

by Amit Badlani
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On One on One, Colin Henderson and Kyle Kesses talked to Fordham-WFUV alum and current Giants play-by-play man Bob Papa about the Big Blue's playoff game against the 49ers tomorrow.

Postgame Report: Xavier 67 Fordham 59

by Ricky Cibrano

With expectations high after knocking off Georgia Tech and #22 ranked Harvard in their last two home games, Fordham came up a little short Saturday afternoon when hosting the team that’s been the class of the A-10 for the past decade, the Xavier Musketeers. In a back and forth game, the young Rams yielded to the Musketeers 67-59, falling to 7-8 on the season and 0-2 in the Atlantic 10.