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College Football with Joey Lucci

We learned a lot about schools in September but we also learned there are a lot of unanswered questions that may be answered in October. I think we all can say that Oregon is a bit overrated and that Utah is pretty good. What is going on with Auburn and could Kentucky be a force in the SEC East? The ... Read More »

New York Sports with Mike Lalor

Week 4 Preview: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins (in London) …and around NY sports Following their first loss of the 2015 NFL campaign, the New York Jets (2-1) traveled to London and will take on their long-time AFC East rival, the Miami Dolphins (1-2) this Sunday, at famous Wembley Stadium. Without starting RB Chris Ivory and starting WR Eric ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

It’s Dan Mount and I’m back to blogging for the show. This week I’m busting out the new blog called Three Periods, where I go over three important things you need to know about the NHL. (In the offseason, I’ll change it up for you.) Let’s get started. First period Not even the best Hollywood script writer could come up ... Read More »

Former NY Giants Linebacker Brian Kelley to Sign Autographs at Stop & Shop in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY

Brian Kelley is coming to Lake Ronkonkoma. Here are the facts: WHO:              Brian Kelley, Former NY Giants Linebacker WHAT:            Meet and Greet Brian Kelley. Shoppers get autographed photos and pose for pictures with NY Giants legend. WHERE:         Stop & Shop – 449 Portion Road Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 WHEN:           Saturday, October 3, 2015 12:00pm – 1:30pm Brian Kelley ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

9/26/15 Everything that can be said has already been written about the passing of Yogi Berra. A true legend, all star player and tremendous person has moved on. I find it fitting and romantic that he passes just in time for his wife Carmen’s birthday so they can spend it together in Yankee heaven. The greatest living Yankee is no ... Read More »


By Jared Mintz, Guest Columnist courtesy of Re·build rēˈbild/ verb build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed. When Phil Jackson was named as President of the New York Knicks towards the end of the 2013-14 season, it really wasn’t to bring the organization a quick turnaround. It was to rebuild a roster that was damaged, and in return, set in place ... Read More »

Fingers are pointing…at the dysfunctional NY Giants

The Tom Coughlin era of the New York Giants has seen some highs including two Super Bowl championships but also many lows featuring dysfunctional teams that point the finger at each other. The bad times are always magnified and often include memorable poor decision making especially in critical game moments. The most recent example is last Sunday night in Dallas ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

9/19/15 Luis Severino pitched really well following his first real “bad start” of the season. This is another strong quality that the youngster has now shown which exemplifies why he may be the Yankees hottest young starting pitcher in many generations. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. The Yankees are an organization that have always relied on ... Read More »

5 Apps to Earn Extra Cash for the Holidays (and Beyond)


With back-to-school in full force and the holidays fast approaching, budgets may be feeling squeezed and pinched to the max. To help make the impending gift giving gauntlet easier on the bank account, here are 5 free apps that could help you earn a few extra bucks this season…and have some fun in the process! OfferUp It’s essentially a yard ... Read More »

Suffolk County Marathon w/Pics

New York Sportscene was on hand at the first ever Suffolk County Marathon on Sept. 13th! The inaugural race featured a fast, flat 26.2 mile course which included the downtowns of Sayville, Bayport-Blue Point, and Patchogue. Each town offered their own unique spectator events and live entertainment throughout the day. The end of the race passed through Great South Bay into world-Famous ... Read More »