The guys opened the show discussing the Moncada signing.

[0:09:59] ... I think it's totally fair and I he's OK so Adrian Gonzales Carl Crawford. The jury obviously is still out on sent a ball handler mirrors what routes because steel. Seven and grew only two million ...
[0:15:56] ... whole theater would you agree the problem. Might be a problem as Dustin Pedroia pointed out he was the three hole hitter. You know when they won the World Series. He was bragging about that you ...
[0:18:31] ... you believe the manager they don't need equate Joseph they don't need Cole Hamels he has five number ones not necessary rate. Rug right it's not to be honest with it's not new play you know ...
[0:24:53] ... Irish and he showed up to a great. One of these years David Ortiz is not going to be right. At least now that's that's a legit now what I 47 years old right in reality ...






Today we talk about some of the moments that forever changed our lives as Boston sports fans.

[0:05:28] ... had eight. Seventeen to three lead that quickly became 1717. And if Tom Brady and Charlie Weis and Bill Belichick has done. What John Madden asked him to do and I'm not jumping on mat in the mean you look you look at the circumstances that have ...
[0:06:46] ... a period. You had. Out of those twenty years seventeen years of Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick. As your head coach of course. I think how could you not how could you not be transformed. Having two hall of ...
[0:10:12] ... of famers all that stuff. Think how it changed the legacies of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. I mean those guys alone yeah the hole while it won't what's at target target target target you know all I ran ...





Today we talk about some of the moments that forever changed our lives as Boston sports fans.

[0:05:28] ... had eight. Seventeen to three lead that quickly became 1717. And if Tom Brady and Charlie Weis and Bill Belichick has done. What John Madden asked him to do and I'm not jumping on mat in the mean you look you look at the circumstances that have ...
[0:06:46] ... a period. You had. Out of those twenty years seventeen years of Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick. As your head coach of course. I think how could you not how could you not be transformed. Having two hall of ...
[0:10:12] ... of famers all that stuff. Think how it changed the legacies of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. I mean those guys alone yeah the hole while it won't what's at target target target target you know all I ran ...





National Baseball Writer Jerry Crasnick joins the show to talk about the Red Sox signing Cuban sensation Yoan Moncada.

[0:05:52] ... on. Probable cent of all this to a lot of money on Hanley Ramirez what do you think of this this sudden surge from the Red Sox. Well it's charge you a little bit funny it ...
[0:07:13] ... and that everyone's gonna make the logical leap that he's here replaced Dustin Pedroia has is that what you're saying. You know I think it up on the look at it like with the cubs look ...
[0:11:23] ... as they did. Back in the day when they outbid everybody for Daisuke Matsuzaka and yet hope this works out better than Matsuzaka did. Please while he watches for a couple of years so. For a ...
[0:13:34] ... of rushing prospects mean that there are a couple of big ones Craig Hansen. It is equivalent. Obviously I was the one Callahan and I had the argument about rocker's talent and wanted him here immediately ...






Jim Craig of the 1980 Mens US Olympic Hockey team and the Miracle on Ice team joins the show to talk about the 35th anniversary of beating the USSR team.

[0:05:13] ... collectively. And I think that's the real big part. You know fellow Bill Belichick that good buddy of mine we always talk about the change saying it's your. You get help would be playing and you ...
[0:11:10] ... that could be topped. What you hope that you were for the next generations to have something that is you know. Real and I think the movie miracle that great job of bringing things back and ...
[0:13:36] ... it you know we. We were Americans trying to play in the National Hockey League we couldn't talk about it. And then you know you you can never want talk about how he used to do we ...





National Baseball Writer Jerry Crasnick joins the show to talk about the Red Sox signing Cuban sensation Yoan Moncada.

[0:05:52] ... on. Probable cent of all this to a lot of money on Hanley Ramirez what do you think of this this sudden surge from the Red Sox. Well it's charge you a little bit funny it ...
[0:07:13] ... and that everyone's gonna make the logical leap that he's here replaced Dustin Pedroia has is that what you're saying. You know I think it up on the look at it like with the cubs look ...
[0:11:23] ... as they did. Back in the day when they outbid everybody for Daisuke Matsuzaka and yet hope this works out better than Matsuzaka did. Please while he watches for a couple of years so. For a ...
[0:13:34] ... of rushing prospects mean that there are a couple of big ones Craig Hansen. It is equivalent. Obviously I was the one Callahan and I had the argument about rocker's talent and wanted him here immediately ...






Jim Craig of the 1980 Mens US Olympic Hockey team and the Miracle on Ice team joins the show to talk about the 35th anniversary of beating the USSR team.

[0:05:13] ... collectively. And I think that's the real big part. You know fellow Bill Belichick that good buddy of mine we always talk about the change saying it's your. You get help would be playing and you ...
[0:11:10] ... that could be topped. What you hope that you were for the next generations to have something that is you know. Real and I think the movie miracle that great job of bringing things back and ...
[0:13:36] ... it you know we. We were Americans trying to play in the National Hockey League we couldn't talk about it. And then you know you you can never want talk about how he used to do we ...





I really have to applaud Mike Tyson here, because he’s doing what all great artists must. He’s challenging himself. For a long time now he’s been playing nothing but Mike Tyson. He played Mike Tyson in the “Hangover” movies. He played Mike Tyson in “Rocky Balboa.” He was Mike Tyson on “Entourage.” He’s appeared in a host of other places and always as Mike Tyson.

Don’t get me wrong, he nailed it every time. Mike Tyson is the most convincing Mike Tyson I’ve ever seen. He does the “lovable tough guy boxer with the tribal tat on his face” like nobody else. But still, you hate to see a talent like his go stale. Which why it’s so rewarding to see him branch out, take risks and push the edge of the creative envelope like this.

An action movie where he doesn’t play Mike Tyson, but a Mike Tyson look-alike? You can count me in. This will be like watching Tom Hanks go from “Bosom Buddies” to “Philadelphia.” Just a total departure that will showcase Iron Mike’s true range as an actor.

All I ask is that he never stray too far from his roots. He might be able to play the Mike Tyson look-alike Albania ass-kicker. But no other actor has the chops to portray him in gems like this:

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Lou, Christian and Tim recap the 2015 Academy Awards, talking about some of the night's most memorable moments

[0:01:46] ... I got enough to see Doogie Houser and his underwear. And then Patricia Arquette speech a kind of caught in the middle there but Emma get back to hotel room. I just sort lost interest oh didn't actually put the Patricia Arquette speech for second would you please tip. Every women who gave birth to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation. We. Have ...
[0:02:37] ... say this right you're right definitely it cannot go any luck and Meryl Streep who is going crazy not Maria at least we'll go a little. No facility unethical things could always be better but we ...
[0:04:07] ... get an address at the she was bending overlapping in yellen would Meryl Streep probably at another another quarter inch to other. Quarter and shy guy to halt the eight apocalypse until. He was giant is yes you go goes like OK all right for. Me. I don't know looked better jail lowered Jerryd Leno I mean that they both look really gorgeous and sweet sue you don't. That was slate blue sky blue with the way choose who's good at Joseph please put it also the judge John Travolta indeed amend that last moment that was from last year Bristol is welcome the wickedly talented. When and not only. Attend does ...
[0:05:16] ... best original song are you I mean doing. What was his deal Scarlett Johansson as he was all over her also what is weird face touching ghoulish I'm a boy now but he could. Just coming in that hair yet but only lightweight they're little yet we did what do you what do you what I like there now. What do not like getting out is not a lawyer I've not needed now this I don't know what's that at all. No none and I think they're like Delaware she's still with Scarlett Johansson forgot six. You don't let let's let their flow a little bit early this thing off legit little chill flat top going. ...






I can’t believe UMass fell for this. The old “fake shot clock countdown” gag? Really, Minutemen? This is the oldest trick in the book! It’s like falling for the “I got your nose” bit or “What’s that? Made you look!” thing. It’s the water bucket over the door of basketball, and they walked right into it. You might as well just start catfishing these guys or send them Nigerian money-laundering emails because they’ll fall for anything.

This is not a good look for the once-proud UMass hoops program. I mean, what’s next? Are teams going to start telling the Minutemen their shoe is untied and when they look down dribble by them for the layup? Will there be depantsing? They might as well. If you’re going to play like the Washington Generals, you’re just asking to be treated like them.

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