The Sports Junkies
The Junkies are four buddies from PG County, MD, who blew up on the WJFK airwaves starting in the summer of 1996. John Auville (Cakes), Eric Bickel (EB), Jason Bishop (Lurch) and John-Paul Flaim (JP) started a cable access tv show in Bowie in 1995 and since then they’ve taken over the coveted morning drive slot on 106.7 The Fan!
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – NFL reporter Jason La Canfora has been on steady Washington Nationals troll patrol this summer, picking up where he left off Monday as Washington and Baltimore concluded their initially rain-delayed Battle of [...]
Matt Williams hammered reporters yesterday for taking liberties with his comments, with regard to possibly sending Bryce Harper to the minors to work through his struggles. Here’s how that speculation ran amok.
The internet has fallen in love with Ashley Bongiovanni, who was caught on camera in CBS’s WGC Bridgestone coverage last weekend as Rory McIlroy set up for a shot.
Matt Williams says “it’s go time” for the Washington Nationals, who have a 3-game lead in the NL East with 51 games to play and the next 8 games against divisional opponents.
Marcin Gortat retweeted a porn site over the weekend, leading to the discovery that he follows a ton of porn stars on Twitter.
Kevin McCarthy continues his run of popping up on late-night television programs, this time with a surprise cameo on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.”
Brian Kenny continued MLB Network’s assault of the Nationals, telling the Junkies, “no disrespect to Denard Span,” but Bryce Harper needs to be playing center field.
One of the worst fears for radio hosts, hosting in-studio guests, was realized by the Junkies Wednesday, when their repeated attempts to dismiss the visiting Redskins cheerleaders from the studio weren’t recognized by the Redskins cheerleaders.
Although Bryce Harper has struggled this last month, manager Matt Williams warns, when he returns to normal form, “pitchers are gonna pay.”
As the line between radio and podcasts continue to blur, comedian Marc Maron finds himself at the forefront of a golden age of podcasting, with advertisers quickly following.