Friday, September 28, 2012
The great Todd Husak join us next to chat about the HORRIBLE loss by Stanford at Washington in Seattle. He breaks down the struggles of the offense, David Shaw's coaching, and the rest of the schedule against the Pac-12 coming up including a battle in Oregon.
Greg Cosell Senior Producer NFL Films joins Larry and Gary for his weekly visit and broke down the Raiders and Peyton Manning's arm and the delved into the 49ers loss against the Vikings and how they will recover against the Jets,
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Ron Wotus joins us live from the Public House Patio, sans Marty Lurie, to talk about the decision to leave Melky off the roster, what the rotation may look like in the playoffs, who would catch Lincecum and more Marty Lurie talk.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Hank Schulman joins us to break down last nights Lincecum loss, the potential pitching rotation, which catchers which pitchers and the decision by the Giants staff to not bring back Melky Cabrera to the post season roster.
The creator of the Mike Silver memes, Jeff Darlington of the NFL Network, join us to break down the blown call Monday Night, where the negotiations stand now with the replacement refs, if the NFL has damaged its product and if the 49ers can bounce back against the Jets.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Eric Davis joins us fresh off the set of NFL AM to break down his contrarian viewpoint on the events from last night. Eric breaks down the play, the ruling, what he would've called, the overreaction and what this will mean to the league and the NFL going forward. Enjoy!
Kevin Harlan joins us LIVE (from an airport) and gives us his thoughts on the game last night in Seattle with the Packers and the referees. He talks about his initial thoughts on the play, what the refs have done to the game, if he thinks the fans will stop watching and if he thinks the NFL will begin negotiations.
Monday, September 24, 2012
Before he returns to seclusion, Mike Pereira joins us exclusively to talk about the officials getting worse week to week, if they think they will be back to the negotiating table, if some coaches may get fined or suspended for their actions if the players have any faith left in the replacements.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Greg Cosell of NFL Films joins Gary & Larry to talk about the loss of Steve Sabol. He chats about the start of NFL films, Ed Sabol and what they have done from the NFL. Cosell then breaks down the matchups between the Lions and the 49ers, what the 49ers have to do to beat the Vikings and the Raiders oh the Raiders.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Tim Flannery of your SF Giants joins us live from the Public House patio to tell us about running down the third base line, who has a great OF arm, who the best base runner on the team is, how this season compares to 2010 and a tad on Melky Cabrera as well.
Larry Bowa former manager and current MLB Network analyst join Gary and Larry live from AT&T Park to break down all things MLB. He handicaps the A's down the stretch, if he's was surprised it's not working out for the Dodgers, if the Giants have enough to get back to the World Series and if the Giants should welcome back Melky Cabrera. The answer may surprise you.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The great Bryan Brothers join Gary and Larry to talk about their success for eight straight years, their first Olympic win and then playing this weekend and the ESurance Tennis Classic in Mill Valley. Go to http://www.tennisclassic.org/ for tickets. I fun time will be had by two of the best in the history of their sport.
Tim Kurkjian joins Gary & Larry to talk about the pennant races that are coming down to the wire. He tells us who will win the AL MVP, AL Manager of the Year, if the A's will have enough to make the playoffs, if the Giants will make it back to the World Series and if he is smarter than Buster Olney. He is.
Jarrett Bell joins Gary and Larry to talk about his him picking the 49ers starting 0-2. He then breakdowns his plea to the NFL to get the refs back, if the 49ers are glad they didn't sign Peyton Manning, what it was like to sit down for a long conversation with Cowboy owner Jerry Jones and again THEY NEED THE OLD REFS BACK!
The 2nd best TE in 49ers history joins Gary and Larry to talk about all thing 49ers. He talks about the improvement of Vernon Davis, a second year under Jim Harbaugh for Alex Smith, the ever improving defense and his charity with Larry Krueger that doesn't involve hot tubs.
Monday, September 17, 2012
The greatest analyst in the Bay Area, according to our own Larry Krueger, joins us to break down the huge Stanford win over the USC Trojans. He talks about Coach Shaw's signature win, being physical with their offensive and defensive line, what he thinks of Matt Barkley and even touches a bit on the 49ers win.
Mike Pereira has had it. He's done with the replacement refs and wants the old refs back. He talks about some of the exasperating plays from the weekend, more of the missed calls, and refs calling college plays and penalties.
Friday, September 14, 2012
The great Greg Cosell of NFL Films joins Gary and Larry for his weekly hit to break down the game film and all the NFL action. He talks about the 49ers keys to beating the Packers over the weekend. He also looks at the tape from the Lions and 49ers game from last year and tells everybody how they win this time around.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The great Matt Barrows joins us in advance of Harbaugh/Schwartz part deux.He chats about the injury updates at 49ers practice, what the game plan might be against the Lions again, trying to get an interview with Randy Moss (didn't go well) and who would help him if he was stranded with a flat tire.
The loquacious Stewart Mandel joins us live from his palatial estate in Santa Clara to break down the huge football weekend. We talk Stanford USC, Cal Ohio State, Lane Kiffin's and Nick Saban's relationship with the media, and who is off to a bad start this College Football season.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The great Henry Schulman joins us from Denver, Colorado to break down all things Broncos and Peyton Manning. Or not. He talks about the struggling starting rotation, Pablo's meeting with Bochy, a glimpse at tonight's lineup, if there is an issue with Posey catching certain people and who he thinks will make the (if they get there) playoff roster.
David Forst join us live from Anaheim on the heels of another great win by the Athletics. He talks about the expectations of the team heading in, how the media made poor predictions about how many they would lose, an update on Brandon McCarthy's injury and if he's tired of being in Beane's shadow. That question of course from Gary Radnich.
A day late, but still ready to go fresh off his 3am appearance on the NFL Network, Eric Davis joins Larry and Gary for his weekly hit with the guys. He talks about the new job at NFL AM, moving his family to LA, how well the 49ers played in Green Bay, what he thinks they can improve on and if they can be one of the best teams in the NFL.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Mike Pereira joins Gary and Larry for his inaugural show on Monday's at 9:30. He breaks down all the bad calls from the week involving Aldon Smith and Anthony Dixon and gives his perspective from the week in replacement officials.
Friday, September 7, 2012
We intended to have on Jon Sciambi to talk about working at ESPN, Sunday Night Baseball, his thoughts on the league and Giants and the Dodgers but we did not get to any of that. we talked about how he got his nickname 'Boog' the east coast bias of ESPN, and asinine questions. A good time was had by all.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
The great Andy Baggarly joins Larry and Gary on his off day to talk about Pablo's beef, Posey catching everyday, if Belt can play in Left, why the pitchers are gassed, if the bullpen needs a rest and why the Giants are struggling at home. They also discuss who would win a fight in the Press Box. The answer may surprise you...it's not Ray Ratto.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
The great former safety from the Saints, Vikings and Packers joins Larry and Gary to talk about his new job at the NFL Network. He tells us if he thinks the Aaron Rodgers is the best QB in the NFL, what he thinks about the rebuilt 49ers offense, which teams he thinks out there are title contenders and if he will ever visit Green Bay again...he thinks there is not a lot to do there after the season is over.
Scott Miller of CBS Sports joins us to talk about the Republican National Convention and what he thinks about National healthcare. After that, which we really did ask him, we chat about the Dodgers being in a slump after the trade, the Padres playing hot right now, the Giants hot streak since losing Melky and if the A's can make it in over the Rays, Orioles and Yankees for the Wild Card.