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New Names, Same Game

by Eric Mollo

Flickr:: Football Schedule

For the first time in the Jerry Reese era, there’s a free agent frenzy in New York. The cash-strapped Giants cleared enough cap space to improve the offensive line, pluck one of the top free agents on the market from Denver, and totally revamp their secondary and return game. For Giants fans, this isn’t the norm.

Cary and Wholley to Replace Blackwell

by Mike Watts

Fordham Sports Information

After leading the nation in turnover margin last season, Fordham defensive coordinator David Blackwell has moved on after two years on Rose Hill. Multiple sources say Fordham is expected to name Tim Cary and staff newcomer Jon Wholley co-defensive coordinators in the coming week.

One on One's NFL Friday

by Kelly Kultys

Mack & Nolan review the blowout 43-8 Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl victory. The guys break down Peyton Manning's play and legacy. They also praise the Seattle defense, while questioning some of the postgame reactions by the Seahawks players. 

To listen to the entire show, click the link below. 

Three Different Perspectives Behind Super Bowl XLVIII

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV Sports

Mack Rosenberg met up with Rich Eisen from the NFL Network at Media Day on Tuesday to get his views on both Denver and Seattle.  Eisen covered the Super Bowl in its entirety as he is stationed in New York.

DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey sat down with NFL columnist Clark Judge to discuss the Hall of Fame Ballot and of course Super Bowl XLVIII.

John Brenkus of ESPN Sports Science met up with Kenny Ducey at Radio Row to break down the play of Russell Wilson and Peyton Manning from a scientific perspective.

WFUV Alums Preview Super Bowl XLVIII

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV Sports

 WFUV is well-know for producing some of the best broadcasters in the industry. From Vin Scully to Michael Breen to Spero Dedes, the list is extraordinary. Three prominent alums in the media capital of the world joined One on One Live from Radio Row on Thursday and Friday to give their take on a New York Super Bowl as well as what Seattle and Denver must do to take home the prize. 

Radio Voice of Super Bowl XLVIII Joins One on One

by Kelly Kultys

Alicia Montanaro/WFUV Sports

Kevin Harlan of Westwood One stopped by WFUV's One on One NFL Friday edition to talk with DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey. Harlan, the voice of the Super Bowl, gave a broadcaster's perspective of the big game. He offered tips, advice, and insight that can only come from inside the booth. 

Harlan has been calling NFL games since 1991, and also calls NBA and college hoops action. To here Harlan's insights, click the link below.