Mondays Through Fridays 5:30 PM - 7 PM
Listen to Past Shows
- Full Show, 09-22by Brady Farkas on September 22, 2021 at 6:45 pm
Brady is back on a Wednesday answering a great listener question about what he really thinks of Mac Jones. He also talks with ESPN's Freddie Coleman and discusses his main worry about Chris Sale heading into the playoffs.
- Freddie Coleman of ESPN Radio, 09-22by Brady Farkas on September 22, 2021 at 3:23 pm
Brady is joined by ESPN Radio's Freddie Coleman to discuss the commentary around Mac Jones after two weeks of the NFL season and Tom Brady Sr.'s comments on his son's departure from Foxboro. Is Brady Sr. petty to hold a grudge like this?
- Full Show, 09-21by Brady Farkas on September 21, 2021 at 6:29 pm
Brady is back on a Tuesday, discussing the claims that the Patriots aren't developing Mac Jones in the proper way and he talks about why it's OK that Jones is being conservative right now. He also talks with the Voice of the Patriots, Bob Socci about the direction of the team right now and he makes a big announcement about another weekly contributor to the show!
- Patriots Broadcaster Bob Socci, 09-21by Brady Farkas on September 21, 2021 at 3:36 pm
Brady sits down with the Voice of the Patriots, Bob Socic, to talk about the claims that Mac Jones is too conservative and that this is the wrong way to bring a QB along. He also talks about if the new members of the Patriots are possibly upset at not getting the ball enough in the conservative offense. And they talk about how Nick Folk has solidified the kicking position and Julian Edelman's legacy -- as the team will honor him on Sunday.
- Former UVM Hoops Coach Tom Brennan, 09-21by Brady Farkas on September 21, 2021 at 3:18 pm
Brady sits down with former UVM hoops coach Tom Brennan to discuss the departure of UVM assistant coach Kyle Cieplicki, who has left for Pitt. Is it a better job for him? And Cieplicki was always tabbed as the "next up" if John Becker ever left UVM -- so does his departure mean that Becker is now likely to stay longer?
- Full Show, 09-20by Brady Farkas on September 20, 2021 at 7:26 pm
Brady is back on a Monday discussing the Patriots 25-6 win over the Jets in Week 2 and he has a revelation about the conservative nature with which Mac Jones has played so far. He also "Unpacks the Patriots" and gives his takeaways from the win. We also discuss that Bill Belichick likes the NFL's enforcement of the new taunting rule and Brady talks with Jets broadcaster Bob Wischusen about the game, and he discusses how the MLB's new playoff COVID-vaccine rules are nothing more than "COVID cosmetic theater."
- New York Jets Broadcaster Bob Wischusenby Brady Farkas on September 20, 2021 at 3:36 pm
Brady sits down with New York Jets broadcaster Bob Wischusen to talk about the Patriots beating the Jets 25-6 in Week 2. Was it more about Zach Wilson playing poorly or more about the Pats defense being good? They also discuss what he saw from Mac Jones and if the Jets ability to run the ball reflects poorly on the Pats.
- Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focusby Brady Farkas on September 20, 2021 at 3:31 pm
Brady sits down with Pro Football Focus national writer, Doug Kyed, to talk about the Patriots Week 2 win over the Jets and much more, including Mac Jones's conservative nature at QB and just how good is JC Jackson? Could Cam Newton latch on with the Dolphins and what do we think of the new taunting rule that's being enforced in the league?
- Inside Groove Host Nick Mumleyby Brady Farkas on September 20, 2021 at 3:28 pm
Brady sits down with Nick Mumley of the "Inside Groove" to talk about the Championship night at Thunder Road this past Friday. We talk about Jason Corliss's dominance in the Late Models, the family affair in the Flying Tigers and the young dominance of Kaiden Fisher in the street stocks.
- Full Show, 09-17by Brady Farkas on September 17, 2021 at 6:14 pm
Brady is back on a Friday, discussing if Sunday is a must-win for the Patriots or not, and he talks with Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston about the matchup ahead of Pats-Jets. He also discusses what he wants to see from the Pats, gives his score prediction and is the AFC East better than it's given credit for?