Coverage of the New York Giants win from the NY Post


Writer Paul Schwartz penned his story with the following introduction, “At the end, Tom Coughlin did not need to push and prod his Giants, did not need to preach “All In” any longer, did not need to insist and demand and plea for his players to please, please, just “Finish.” “All he needed to do […]

Best and Worst of Super Bowl Halftime Shows


Most people don’t remember that the halftime show was not really a rock/pop/hip showcase until the early nineties, when producer The Walt Disney company trotted out New Kids on the Block. Early incarnations of the halftime event consisted of marching bands, drill teams, and “Up WIth People,” a group of singer made of young adults […]

Dorf on Sports – 2/1/12


with Andy Dorf and Fred Wallin On this edition of Dorf on Sports Fred and Andy talk all about the Super Bowl between The Giants and The Patriots. They break down all of the match ups, and take calls from listeners with their opinions of whats going to happen this weekend. Comedian/ actor Paul Rodriguez […]

Matthew Broderick Reprises Ferris Bueller for Super Bowl


Here it is. The commercial people have been talking about all weekend. Actor Broderick spoofs his own “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” in the ad for Honda that will appear in the Super Bowl.  The extended version has a ton of references to scenes from the movie.  Enjoy!

Dorf On Sports – 1/25/12


with Andy Dorf and Fred Wallin The Dorfman and Fred talk about tennis and the Australian Open. Then they move into the matchup for Super Bowl XLVI and spent the rest  of the show talking about it. They take calls from listeners as well. To be part of the show listen online at Wednesday […]

Giants Victory Coverage from the NY Post


Here is the lead story from our friends at the New York Post SAN FRANCISCO ­— On the road. In the NFC Championship. In overtime. The Patriots, already in, awaiting the winner. Harsh weather affecting every move. A draining, physical battle. A field goal to win it. It was all so eerily familiar. “Everything that […]