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Verne Lundquist: 2014 Vin Scully Award Winner

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Chris Taggart

It might be easy for Verne Lundquist, who is now in his 50th year of sports broadcasting, to gloat about his long list of radio and television achievements. But that wouldn't be his style.

Truly humbled, and always reverential to his predecessors, Lundquist graciously received the seventh annual Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award at Gotham Hall in New York City on Thursday night.

Verne Lundquist: Coming Full Circle

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV

Verne Lundquist, the 2014 winner of the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award in Sports Broadcasting, is so much more than a great sports broadcaster. He is the most gracious, genuine man you can meet, and it shines through on the air.  Verne Lundquist: Coming Full Circle, showcases just a few of the moments that have defined his career.

One on One with AP College Basketball Writer Jim O’Connell

by Nolan Silbernagel

Flickr || mrdestructicity

Jim O’Connell joined Anthony Pucik and me as One on One got ready for college basketball in March.  O’Connell told us which conference he thinks is the toughest and how far Wichita State will go in this year’s national tournament.  He also told us how he has not lost all confidence in Syracuse despite their recent slide and he gave us his pick for who might be a dark horse to bust some brackets this year (here’s a hint: Fordham has played them!).

One on One Talks NHL Lockout and College Football

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

AP || Mary Altaffer || Wilfredo Lee || Wilfredo Lee

NHL writer for Sporting News Jesse Spector as well as NY Post college football reporter Lenn Robbins dropped by One on One Saturday. Talking to Kenny Ducey and myself, Spector hashed out the landscape of the NHL labor negotiations, explaining the big sticking points and what the lockout thus far has meant New York area teams.