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Some people call Mike Francesa the Sports Pope. As of today, everyone calls Argentina’s Jorge Mario Bergoglio the actual Pope – Pope Francis I, to be exact. What happens when the two intersect? A very Francesa moment.
Mike Francesa Is Not Familiar With Us, And Also Some Stuff About How Information Travels On The Internet
Last night, we wrote about a tweet that sparked some major interest in the baseball world re: possible PED-related suspensions of four prominent MLBers – a tweet coming from the same person who reported way before anyone else last year that Melky Cabrera would be suspended. As one might expect, people took an interest in this story… enough that it was eventually brought up by a caller on a certain iconic New York sports talk radio program.
You hear that, Victor? No side. No need to “reinvent the wheel” while you’re down in Florida for Yankees’ spring training. Just get him straight on, up close and personal with that mug. Oh yeah, nestle up right in there. Not too frisky, though. This ain’t no second date.
Somewhere in the recesses of the mind of Francesa, there is a list of the greatest homosexual catchers, ever. Today, a caller asked him where he’d rank Mike Piazza.
Mike Francesa’s Knee Apparently Sets Off TSA Metal Detectors, Leads To 15-Minute, Francesa-Enraging Pat-Down
Over the weekend, sleepy New York radio host Mike Francesa was caravanned on over to the Super Bowl in New Orleans, escorted by a slew of police officers because law-breakers are everywhere. It turns out that the story is sort of not true – but at least we now know that his knee replacement sets off TSA metal detectors, which is fun.
Every year during the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, Mike Francesa holds a trivia contest. Callers must answer four Super Bowl-related questions in a row â one of them usually being an audio clip you must identify of a player or coach speaking at a Super Bowl Media Day â and if they do so, they win a trip to the big game. Chris from New Haven did just that, except Mike forgot how to count to four.
Mike Francesa has lost a step or two. The highest billed sports radio jockey in all the land is having a rough couple of months First he starts falling asleep on air. Then he falls asleep on air again. Now Francesa has confirmed today that he forgot to submit his Heisman vote. Whooooops!
The New York City Marathon will go on, despite the fact that bodies are still being found in parts of the city, and millions of residents are without electricity and water. Mike Francesa, arguably the city’s biggest radio personality, isn’t happy about all this. A good ol’ fashioned rant, after the jump.
One downside to having your own highly-rated radio show? Prank callers. And such callers have been an especially intractable problem for Mike Francesa lately. First it was to make fun of his sleeping-on-air incident, but lately they’ve favored talking about performing unspeakable acts with Artie Lange.