Interviews from WFUV Sports, home to One on One, New York's longest-running sports call-in show: Saturdays 11PM - 2 AM on 90.7 FM and wfuvsports.org, Facebook and YouTube.
ESPN's Brian Windhorst sits down with Sam Davis and Alex Wolz to discuss his unique experience at the Tokyo Olympics and what he's seen from Team USA thus far as they make their run for the gold medal. He also looks back on the NBA Finals and ahead to the biggest names and stories of the offseason. With multiple best-selling books on him, Brian ends by sharing some extraordinary stories from his earliest days covering LeBron James in Cleveland as he's watched his career grow since.
Matt Caputo talks the Stanley Cup, NBA Finals and the Moustache Classic | One on One
Writer and editor, currently the special projects editor for the Rockaway Wave, Matt Caputo joins Andrew Gullotta and Jack Roche to look back at the Stanley Cup Playoffs and what's ahead for the New York Islanders and his perspective on the NBA Finals. Matt also shares the story behind his charitable hockey organization and the Moustache Classic.
Fordham Baseball alum and San Francisco Giants pick Matt Mikulski joins the show | One on One
Coming off one of the best individual seasons in Fordham Baseball history, Matt Mikulski was selected by the San Francisco Giants with the 50th pick in the 2021 MLB Draft. He sits down with Andrew Gullotta and Jack Roche to take us inside his journey to that point, from his constant improvements to his inspiration, and to reflect on his incredible career at Fordham.
John Harrington reflects on coaching and the "Miracle on Ice"
John Harrington, head coach of the Minnesota State Mavericks with the game-winning assist to culminate the "Miracle on Ice" joins the show to look back on the game and the improbable 1980 Olympics run, his coaching career in the time since and the push to erect a statue in honor of the historic team.
Terry Cashman on "Talkin' Baseball" and the state of the game today
Music producer and songwriter Terry Cashman, creator of "Talkin' Baseball," celebrates the 40th anniversary and talks the origins of his iconic hit, along with its numerous interpretations and continued relevance. He also shares his thoughts on which names may fit a modern rendition of the song and the place baseball occupies today.
Bryan Hoch on the state of the Yankees and "The Bronx Zoom" - June 30, 2021
New York Yankees beat reporter for MLB.com, Bryan Hoch joins Michael Calamari and Alex Wolz to discuss his impressions of the Yankees so far this season and what they need to do if they hope to turn things around the rest of the way. He also shares the inspiration behind his latest book, "The Bronx Zoom: Inside the New York Yankees' Most Bizarre Season," and how this year's team compares to those featured in his other novels.