Kevin on the Cape joins Dave for another edition of "Dave in the City." On the show: Thanksgiving Recap, Conference Championships in College Football, "The Twilight Zone," and much more.
Entries from November 2011
November 30th, 2011 · Comments
November 28th, 2011 · Comments
On this week's Monday Night Postgame show: The showdown between the Giants and Saints, the return of the NBA after a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, Urban Meyer joins Ohio State, Bernie Fine Fired at Syracuse, USC puts UCLA to bed 50-0, UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel fired, AND reviews of a $2,694.75 cable. All this plus a call from "A Couple Quickies" on "Dave in the City," MNF edition.
November 22nd, 2011 · Comments
On a special Thanksgiving Week Edition of "Dave in the City", we hear from Kevin on the Cape as we talk about Thanksgiving in earnest and dig into a special Thanksgiving Themed "Random Questions." For one night we talk Turkey, Family, Football, the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, and much more!
November 21st, 2011 · Comments
This week on the Monday Night Football Postgame Show: Can the Patriots keep it rolling against a struggling Chiefs offense at Gillette Stadium? Will Tyler Palko put up a good fight against the Patriots' improving pass rush? Is there an upset to be had with the Patriots favored by 16.5 points? This and much more PLUS: a recap of the Oklahoma State and Oklahoma Upsets in College Football and a look towards GB/DET and MIA/DAL on Thanksgiving. Guests: Andrew Jacobsen, Chris in Syracuse, and Jacob Rosales.
November 17th, 2011 · Comments
This week, more complaints from Dave on the shambles of NBA Labor Negotiations PLUS a meager upcoming NFL weekend, AND our "Random Questions" with Kevin on the Cape. This week we discuss: giving a helping hand, Thanksgiving, Coach K's record setting win, are the football Giants for real, and much more. John in Stamford joins Dave in the first hour.
November 14th, 2011 · Comments
This week on the MNF Postgame Show: A look at the Green Bay Packers as they avoid the "trap game" against the Minnesota Vikings. How hot will Aaron Rodgers be with his arm against the woeful Vikes? Can Green Bay continue to roll with the surging Chicago Bears not far behind? Can the Vikings and Adrian Peterson put up a fight against what many believe to be the best team in the NFL? All this PLUS a review of the NFL's Week Number 10, thoughts on Giants/49ers, and much more.
November 9th, 2011 · Comments
It's the 2011-12 "Dave in the City" College Basketball Preview featuring Tom in NJ and Chris in Syracuse. On the show, we look at the favorites to win the ACC, Big East, Pac 12, and Big Ten, among others. Who are the teams to beat? Who will be the mid majors to watch? Will North Carolina go for 30 wins? Can Duke return to prominence as usual? Will Butler make a run at yet ANOTHER Final Four? What will come of VCU? Will UCLA be a dark horse team for the Pac 12? All this PLUS: a look at the up and coming freshmen in the NCAA -- Anthony Davis, Andre Drummond, and more. ALSO, Kevin on the Cape joins Dave for this week's "Random Questions" along with commentary on the state of Penn State University, Joe Paterno's ousting, and much more.
November 7th, 2011 · Comments
Tonight on a Special "Dave in the City," we investigate former Penn State Coach Jerry Sandusky and his long series of charges of sexual child abuse at Penn State and elsewhere. How did it go unreported? How was Joe Paterno and other officials at Penn State willfully ignored the signs and didn't properly report Sandusky's illicit, vile, awful, deplorable actions to the authorities. A look at one of College Athletics worst tragedies of modern time, preceded by a quick recap of Bears/Eagles on Monday Night Football. Tony Jiminez joins Dave to look at the how, why, and what of Saundusky's despicable actions.
November 2nd, 2011 · Comments
This week: Dave complains about the NBA Lockout to date and the lack of games on what would have been opening night. ALSO on the show, a preview of Jets/Bills and Giants/Patriots AND Random Questions with Kevin on the Cape. ALSO a very quick look at LSU/Alabama