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.
Michael Kay talks Vin Scully's Legacy | One on One
Ryan Gregware and Sam Davis are joined by YES Network broadcaster and WFUV alum Michael Kay. They cover Kay meeting Vin Scully back in 1999 as well as Scully's lasting impact at WFUV and the sports world.
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Jack Curry on "Swing and a Hit" with Paul O'Neill, the Yankees' success and more
Ryan Gregware and Michael Calamari sit down with Yankees studio host and WFUV alum Jack Curry to discuss his new book, "Swing and a Hit with Paul O'Neill." Curry shares what inspired him to write the story, some of his favorite stories to come out of it, and how it compares to his previous book on Yankee great David Cone. Curry then flashes back to his days at Fordham, describing how his writing background lent itself to the YES Network and to succeed within a changing news cycle, before giving his thoughts on the ceiling for this season's Yankees team.
Talking the NHL Playoffs and all-things hockey with broadcasting great Doc Emrick
As part of the One on One senior show, two of our NHL beat reporters, Thomas Quigley and Chris Hennessy, spoke with broadcasting great Doc Emrick about this year's playoffs, specifically as the New York Rangers' bout with the Pittsburgh Penguins heads to game seven, while sharing some of his favorite memories from recording lines for EA's NHL video games to chronicling the United States' heroics in the 2010 Olympic Games.
Keanon Lowe on Hometown Victory: A Coach's Story of Football, Fate, and Coming Home
On May 17th, 2019, an all-too-familiar scene unfolded as an 18-year-old student walked into a classroom with a loaded shotgun. A little-known high school in Portland, Oregon then made national news. But, this time, for a tragedy avoided, and for the actions of the man who prevented it.
School security guard, football and track and field coach, Keanon Lowe stopped a student set to take his own life, not with force, but a hug and compassion.
The story captured national attention and Lowe became a hero. Every step in Lowe’s journey all brought him home to Parkrose High School, to turn away from a coaching career in the NFL, to a football program that had been on a 23 game losing streak, to transform kids’ lives, and in time, to a moment where he saved them too.
And, now he's telling his story in Hometown Victory: A Coach’s Story of Football, Fate and Coming Home. This is Alex Wolz's conversation with Keanon Lowe on his life, his upbringing and his message of what he wants people to know about his story.
Former NFL wideout Rob Carpenter breaks down a brilliant draft for the New York Jets
Former New York Jets wideout, Rob Carpenter, joins Michael Calamari and Brian Rabacs on One in One for a full NFL Draft breakdown. Carpenter gives his thoughts on the Jets' terrific selections and what to expect from them this season. Then, broadening the lens, the guys also take a look at the other team in New York's picks and who stands out most from the league as a whole. Lastly, Carpenter shares his own experience being drafted and the feeling of getting to play for the team he grew up watching.
Doug Feinberg on Brittney Griner's situation and the state of the WNBA
National women's basketball writer for the Associated Press, Doug Feinberg joins Danny Scott and Annabelle Watson on One on One. Feinberg dissects the complex situation unfolding in Russia involving Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner, along with what it says about the financial situation facing the league's players as a whole. He then pivots into sharing his optimism for the potential growth of the women's game in the future, and the joy of being in person at the WNBA Draft just a few short weeks ago, while of course, giving his thoughts on the direction of our very own Fordham Basketball programs.