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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. 

Ryan Ruocco Talks Brooklyn Nets and NBA Playoffs

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Flickr :: Karlnorling 

 

Another Game Seven is upon us.

In an unprecedented first round of NBA Playoff action, the Brooklyn Nets are making sure they’re a part of the drama. Ryan Ruocco, Nets play-by-play announcer for ESPN and the YES network, and WFUV alum, joined One on One to break down Brooklyn’s Game Six victory. He also commented on the immense amount of nose-to-nose playoff basketball and gave his opinion about Zach Randolph’s Game Seven suspension against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Ryan finished by giving his picks for three Game Sevens tonight.

Listen to the full interview below! 

Interview: Billy Corben

by Jake Kring-Schreifels, DJ Sixsmith

WFUV talks to Billy Corben at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival | Flickr :: Rakontur

If you are a sports fan that loves controversial and underexplored stories and topics then you must get to know the work of documentarian Billy Corben. A longtime resident of Miami, Florida, Corben has directed and produced several engaging and mesmerizing films that look into the often dark and hidden underworlds and cultures of college sports, drugs, and money. His biggest features to date are Cocaine Cowboys, The U, and Broke, the latter most recently premiering last fall as part of ESPN’s ongoing crop of “30 for 30” features.

ESPN 30 for 30 Premiere: "Broke"

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Courtesy ESPN Films

Many professional athletes make millions of dollars, but many lose it in a heartbeat. How is this possible? Why does this happen? Along with producer Alfred Spellman, Billy Corben directs his latest film Broke- which I had the opportunity to cover at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier in April- that attempts to answer these questions. Talking heads of current and former athletes narrate this story, providing anecdotal commentary and cautionary tales on their liquid state of compensation.