Jeff Bauman joined us to discuss his testimony yesterday.

[0:00:15] ... and Bowman joins us now. A moment what's happened. And blow here. Nice job by all accounts nice job yesterday how in European out of ago what did you feel what you think you did. In this big moment. All of ...
[0:02:56] ... pace with everybody's arguing that ship surrounded role to stand on the table. Tennis that there. How long we on the stand to have. There. And you've got to tell your story which in my opinion ...
[0:08:05] ... just some people said you wore shorts into the court. Show your prosthetic legs to be more dramatic and trust me I got no problem with that whatsoever be ready different explanation. Was there any indication ...
[0:16:51] ... got me like that witness in the in a civil action when Robert Duvall looks sentences. This person can not read agnostic and I we cannot go to trial case we cannot go to term this ...






Michele discussed the heart wrenching testimony of Bill Richard.

[0:00:40] ... ones. You used trek from the Boston local already got to continuously Cora Lee is back to the so called liberals. Why did god that you always have to generalize. Our our the bad guys and ...
[0:02:57] ... spent. Last week you don't spent three days whining. About a lot Brian Williams because he's a liberal that we should take and he is this an ugly spell right. OY January having not spent read ...
[0:11:22] ... a lot of that is that they wanted to dump one gate Ike Taylor played some other cases and there's a sellout paperwork. I mean remember Whitey ball about it and in order to gain at ...
[0:13:34] ... o'clock 3 o'clock there should back nine which is probably at some. Art museum cocktail reception for some abstract artists at the Jews Christians books. I said. Until we also Coronado. Right out and I politician ...






The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

[0:01:27] ... periods. Getting back to LaGuardia Airport attack on the phone is Larry Donald Lee tight ends of the New York Giants he was on the plane joins me now by phone. How Larry efforts and how ...
[0:04:09] ... for a little bit cheaper we have a couple. Which is what Harrison Ford said yesterday early deaths of the two year old Harrison Ford crashed is about World War II point to slow to pull into a plane that's important for the par fours the of ...
[0:08:48] ... him and when these things all all hell fire up a bit Grady Little. Left him in the game the ground we get yet the ground burn that's a good point you never truly wrap our ...
[0:09:25] ... would appear that the plane shot down by a blast away from Howard Stern's ass. So it would appear that the plane was shot down can you tell us anything war from your military training. What ...






The guys opened the show by discussing the latest in the Marathon Bombing trial.

[0:00:06] ... of England and some the United States was lamenting the end of Vince Wilfork patriot career. And citing the toughness the abject toughness. Is brought to the middle that patriot defense. Big Vince was one up big Vince which trumped. By the remarkable toughness resolute toughness and heartbreaking testimony of bill Richard on the marathon bombings and I'll speak for yourself the into. Am sure agree access via the do you think Richards. More brave Vince Wilfork are yes yes plays football offer which he tree covered more resolute Boyd and so he says. Lean months strong athlete. Who pulled that off are you know on you know Bill Richardson was so group. I read verbatim everything he set but you weren't there you do receive video and see pictures which Thomas ...
[0:06:45] ... inch thick of this there's going to be and I assume does The Beatles Solis. Lawyer Judy Clarke will eventually get to this. Haven't we seen enough. Violence enough death enough blood. We really want more ...
[0:08:43] ... lesser of two weevils and not even much less if you look Boston Public Library side of the street. Walking down there in just one stance would under the stands kept walking burst to stay there for ...





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FRIDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NBA: Celtics at Pelicans, 8 p.m. (CSNNE)
NBA: Suns at Nets, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
College basketball: Yale at Harvard, 7 p.m. (NESN)
College basketball: Akron at Kent State, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
College basketball: Morehead State vs. Murray State, 7:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Texas Tech at Baylor, 9 p.m. (ESPN2)
College basketball: Belmont vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
College hockey: Minnesota at Ohio State, 5 p.m. (ESPNU)
College hockey: North Dakota at Miami (Ohio), 6:30 p.m. (CBSSN)
College hockey: Denver at Saint Cloud State, 9 p.m. (CBSSN)
MLB exhibition: Yankees at Phillies, 1 p.m. (MLB Network)
Soccer: Women, United States vs. Norway, noon (FS1)

AROUND THE WEB:

Curt Schilling acknowledged he was concerned how his daughter would feel when he decided to go after the Twitter trolls who made vulgar comments about her. Any hesitation on her part, however, appears to have subsided.

“It means a lot that [my dad] defended me, but that’s just what father do for their daughters,” Gabby told People.com. “He has been, and always will be, there for me no matter what.”

Schilling’s wife, Shonda, said it was “devastating” to see Gabby return home from school in tears Monday after learning of the comments.

“I was stunned that anyone would say these things, knowing people would see them,” Shonda told People.com. “Then angry they ever felt it was OK to ever say those things to my daughter. … No one deserves this! It’s never OK to speak to anybody like that, especially a 17-year-old girl.”

The backlash against the Twitter harassers has been severe, with suspensions and widespread humiliation for the offenders, allowing the Schillings to take some solace that a strong message has been delivered.

“I’m very glad that this all happened,” Gabby said. “The amount of awareness that’s being spread right now about cyberbullying and bullying in general from this situation is incredible. I’ve had girls and parents and adults reaching out to me saying, ‘Thank you so much for what you and your dad are doing, spreading awareness to these kids about what their words can do and what consequences they have.’ ”

Gabby said she has mixed feelings about how much the harassers have been punished.

“I do and I don’t feel bad,” she said. “It’s really sad that one thing they said could cost them their entire career on a sports team or their job, but I think it’s even sadder that they don’t think that should have happened. … They think, ‘Oh, it’s just social media. It’s just a tweet.’ People don’t realize how serious social media is.”

— The NBA acknowledged Thursday that its on-court officials erred in not calling a foul with four seconds remaining in Wednesday’s game in Houston, when Rockets guard James Harden was hit on the arm as he drove to the basket by Grizzlies big man Zach Randolph.

On the Grizzlies‘ ensuing possession, Marc Gasol hit a 10-footer with less than a second remaining to give his team a two-point victory.

Rockets coach Kevin McHale was incensed after the game, yelling at the officials at midcourt and then slamming a water bottle against a table during his postgame press conference.

“We drove hard to the basket,” McHale said. “We did what we wanted to do. We wanted to get to the rim, and they didn’t call a foul.”

Harden said he was “grabbed on my arm and nothing was called.”

“At the end of the game, I think everybody is watching the ball,” Harden added. “Everybody in the entire crowd, everybody in the gym is watching the ball. I don’t know what to say. It’s frustrating, man, when you fight so hard to come back and you have an opportunity to win the game and it’s frustrating.”

— Longtime TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager returned to the air Thursday night after receiving treatment for leukemia for almost a year.

“I’m 60 yards shorter off the tee, but I fee good,” he told The Associated Press upon arriving at the United Center for the Bulls’ game against the Thunder.

The 63-year-old Sager, known for his loud outfits, has been with the network for 34 years and hopes to resume his busy workload.

“It’s not just the games. It’s the people,” Sager said when asked what he missed most. “The NBA is such a family. I try to get there three hours before the game, talk with the ushers and the security guards, the coaches and the fans. … I just missed the whole atmosphere. I like being there.”

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On March 6, 1986, which Bruins forward recorded his 600th NHL point with two goals in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Nordiques at Boston Garden?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I’m in a good place. I will take my time think things through take into consideration many things but mainly my family and see where life goes from there. … But regardless remember I will always remain a New Englander a Patriot forever.” Vince Wilfork, announcing that the Patriots will not pick up his option for 2015, making him eligible to become a free agent

STAT OF THE DAY: 8 – Years since the Flames had last scored a goal in Boston, before they scored in the first period Thursday night en route to a 4-3 shootout victory

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Former Celtic E’Twaun Moore hits a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left to give the Bulls a 107-105 victory over the Thunder.

A Trail Blazers fan wins a car by hitting a halfcourt shot during Thursday’s game.

Bulls guard Jimmy Butler offers to donate an additional $10,000 to Chicago’s Phoenix Military Academy if student Jabaree White can hit a one-handed 3-pointer, which he does.

MMA star Ronda Rousey delivers a crushing blow to web show host Aaron Tru after he asks to be thrown.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Charlie Simmer

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Mary Wilson, best known for her days with the Supremes before she went solo, was born on this day in 1944.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Spar
Jeff Bauman joined us to discuss his testimony yesterday.

[0:00:15] ... and Bowman joins us now. A moment what's happened. And blow here. Nice job by all accounts nice job yesterday how in European out of ago what did you feel what you think you did. In this big moment. All of ...
[0:02:56] ... pace with everybody's arguing that ship surrounded role to stand on the table. Tennis that there. How long we on the stand to have. There. And you've got to tell your story which in my opinion ...
[0:08:05] ... just some people said you wore shorts into the court. Show your prosthetic legs to be more dramatic and trust me I got no problem with that whatsoever be ready different explanation. Was there any indication ...
[0:16:51] ... got me like that witness in the in a civil action when Robert Duvall looks sentences. This person can not read agnostic and I we cannot go to trial case we cannot go to term this ...






The guys talk about Claude Julien's thoughts on shoot outs and Lyndon Byers from WAAF stops by to set up a challenge between Christian and the BC Women's Hockey Team.

[0:02:45] ... that's accurate the other day to active these US. Yes it women's hockey league I get it on the guy I have you know I like I don't like women playing with men like that they. ...
[0:05:36] ... The ball will listen today to the girls for a student go Patrice Bergeron last time make it simple make it effective enough to those guys in the wash one caller whatever his uncle slumped going ...
[0:16:27] ... you report. Levels you know it's funny is did you see that Florida Panthers are really doing this there now on to a promotion where they're gonna let people try out to be the emergency goaltender ...





The guys talk about a passionate Eagles fan's reaction to the McCoy trade, a story about Mike Tyson and Harrison Ford's plane crash.

[0:00:45] ... NFL and and obviously the tree view of the day between the Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles. Got some people little uptight because Osama Cole is important LeSean McCoy is a stud and they traded him to buffalo for ...
[0:02:12] ... say yes state I have ever. This guy needs to have a cooking show with a girl equity. Comment I don't know if something hits in the house you keep saying simply what these are so ...




Michael, Dale and Jerry reflect on the career of Vince Wilfork with the Patriots, and wonder if it's really final... whether there's any chance at all that Vince could return to the Patriots.

[0:00:31] ... None of us thought that the patriots were gonna we're gonna have Vince Wilfork on the roster under the contract. That was currently in place. But I think it's it's two different things are in the right thought he was gonna play forward and eight million dollar plus I kept it. For the from the picture right respect he would have done at the patriots say no way but. If you didn't think he was gonna play for that maybe you thought a nice restructuring was in place but not a good bye letter that was goodbye from from Vince Wilfork. Well and what we don't know it's heeded necessarily Telus was whether they had offered exactly what you just. Offered up you ...
[0:01:38] ... this tip number one tip number two major right now. And so Vince Wilfork is not gonna say. C'mon say hey they wanted me to do this they wanna do that because that that turns it. ...
[0:02:39] ... and he's back here. I think that there will be suitors for Vince Wilfork absolutely positively he had a very very good year this past year. The question is gonna become whether you know it's worth ...
[0:05:41] ... was a Teddy bear said this before. You if you don't know Vince Wilfork you actually do know that's what you probably have somebody in your life. Who was a Vince Wilfork tight fisted all around. It. Affected you need it he joked. It's been cold weather lately. Cars in the driveway won't turn ...