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One on One

One on One Previews Final Four with Jim O'Connell

by Julian Atienza

Sixsmith || WFUV Sports

Jim O'Connell, national college basketball writer for the Associated Press talked with Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Watts about the strengths of each of the FInal Four teams. He discussed Kentucky's impressive freshmen and how the team is just hitting its stride. Jim also broke down the keys to UConn's unlikley run. Finally, he gave his thoughts on who his thinks will win it all.

Gary Cohen One on One: Amazin Preview

by Julian Atienza

Flickr || slgckc

Gary Cohen play-by-play man for the Mets on SNY stopped by One on One to discuss the upcoming season for the team. Gary addresses the biggest questions coming out spring training including: the offense, the bullpen and the first base competition. He also evaluates the organizational rebuild and what needs to happen in order for the Mets to have a winning season.

One on One with Verne Lundquist

by Mike Watts

Mike Watts :: WFUV

Verne Lundquist, winner of the 2014 WFUV Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award in Sports Broadcasting and one of the voices of March Madness for CBS, joined us on One on One to talk about championship weekend and the upcoming NCAA Tournament.

WFUV Remembers: Dr. Frank Jobe

by Nolan Silbernagel

Orel Hershiser one of the most famous patients of Dr. Frank Jobe (Wikimedia Commons)

Dr. Frank Jobe and former pitcher Tommy John joined Mack Rosenberg and me on July of 2013 as part of our 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Edition of One on One. Dr. Jobe made a substantial impact on the game of baseball by pioneering Tommy John surgery in 1974.  The surgery helped repair ligament damage in Tommy’s elbow and it was the first kind of this type of procedure.

MSG's Sam Rosen Talks NHL with One on One

by Anthony Pucik

Wikimedia Commons

Days after the NHL trade deadline, Nolan and Anthony talked with MSG's Sam Rosen, the television voice of the New York Rangers.

First, Sam discussed the what the loss of Ryan Callahan meant to the Rangers and why exactly a deal was not reached. He also talked about Martin St. Louis, what he brings to the Rangers from the Lightning and how New York's offense has improved as a result of him being in the lineup. 

Fordham Focus: March 1st, Tom Pecora

by Matt Moro

Sean Hahner :: WFUV Sports

Mack Rosenberg and Chris Marasco talk to Fordham Men's Basketball Head Coach Tom Pecora about the team's latest loss against VCU and discuss the matchup with the La Salle Explorers.

Afterwards, Mack and Chris stick around with Matt Moro and Kelly Kultys to discuss the issue of fan support at the Rose Hill Gym after Coach Pecora saying that he was disappointed with the crowd turnout at the VCU game.

ESPN's Buster Olney Talks MLB with One on One

by Matt Moro

Flickr :: Keith Allison

As spring training kicks off, Kelly and Matt were joined by ESPN The Magazine senior baseball writer and network contributor Buster Olney to discuss the upcoming baseball season.

First Buster broke down the upcoming seasons for the two New York squads, including an outlook on Masahiro Tanaka for the Yankees and who on the Bronx Bombers might make the biggest impact, and also the eventual call up of Noah Syndergaard of the Mets and Sandy Alderson’s claim that the Amazins could win 90 games.

Marc Berman Weighs in on the Troubles of the Knicks

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr :: Keith Allison

Kelly and Matt kicked off One on One this week by chatting with Marc Berman, Knicks writer for the New York Post, about the recent Knicks struggles.

Marc talked about the Knicks’ latest home loss to the Warriors and broke down the seemingly disheartened approach New York has been playing with in their recent games.

Marc also gave his take on the struggles of Raymond Felton this season, including Felton’s recent legal troubles, and how that affects his own play and the play of the Knicks.

Doc Emrick Talks Olympics and NHL Trade Deadline

by Matt Moro

Flickr :: clydeorama

One on One was joined by not only the voice of the NHL on NBC and NBC Sports, but a member of WFUV, Doc Emrick.

Doc shared his experience in Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympic Games, including the job Russia did as a host country and the level of play that he saw on the ice during the Games.

Shifting back to the U.S., Doc talked about the Ryan Miller trade to the St. Louis Blues from the Buffalo Sabres, and addressed the deadline concerns of the three local teams, the Rangers, Devils, and Islanders.