Found January 31, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Mike Francesa
Mike Francesa will be turning 58 in March. My old man is 55, and he doesn’t really understand computers. For some people it is a generational thing and they just can’t get it. Francesa, however, should have a pretty good idea of how the digital era operates by now. He works in radio and sometimes television. He must know that those computers he’s surrounded by all day store information and record what he says, right? Apparently not. According to the NY Post, Francesa blatantly lied about his Super Bowl 42 pick on his show last week to make himself sound better. Last week, Mike Francesa claimed to listeners that before Super Bowl XLII, he picked the Patriots to beat the Giants, 20-17. With the Pats a 13-point favorite, that would have made Francesa a winner. In fact, though, it was with great conviction and authority, that Francesa predicted, on the air, a 35-17 Pats win. The tape must be right there, at WFAN for all to again hear. What’s that? It seems to have disappeared? Not again...

Chris "Mad Dog" Russo Joins Mike Francesa At The Super Bowl

We get better video of Mike Francesa and Mad Dog from the Super Bowl today, we'll post it. You just know even this angled version is getting Neil Best Neil'd Up. **Update, you know how you know that... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Francesa and Russo Remind Audience What They’re Missing

It was like old times on Radio Row at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, as Mike Francesa and Chris Russo reunited on WFAN. Both hosts have struggled to produce a quality product since their breakup in 2008. Francesa has come across lazy, unprepared, out of touch, and curmudgeonly during his solo broadcasts. Russo, as I outlined on this site before, appears to struggle with the dual...

Mike Francesa reunites with Chris Russo

It was a reunion at Radio Row as longtime partners Mike Francesa and Chris Russo joined forces to do what they do best: talk New York sports.

Mike & the Mad Dog Reunite to Bash Mets, Talk Yankees

Radio Row in Indianapolis was abuzz with the reunion of Mike Francesa and Chris Russo on WFAN. It was like old times for the duo, which I analyzed over at Sports Media Watchdog. Like any “Mike & the Mad Dog” show they elected to talk Yankees, bash the Mets, throw in some San Francisco Giants analysis, discuss their families, and do their version of Siskel & Ebert with...

WFAN's Joe Benigno picks Patriots over Giants

Longtime suffering Jets fan and WFAN host Joe Benigno had no problem picking the Patriots to win the Super Bowl over the Giants. He joins former WFAN colleague Chris "Mad Dog" Russo on the Patriots bandwagon while Mike Francesa stands firmly behind the Giants. Bengino thinks the final score will be 27-24.
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