by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
April 14, 2006
number ten seed Ray Didinger upset number five seed Anthony Gargano to become
the Radio Bracket Champion in our “Sports Broadcasters’ Field of 64.”
Didinger, who is only a part-time host on WIP 610-AM, beat Jody
McDonald of Sports Talk 950, and WIP fulltimers Angelo Cataldi and Glen Macnow
to take the crown. Maybe WIP management should add him to the list of
contenders for that mid-day vacancy.
our other brackets, Harry Kalas (1) won the Announcer bracket over Merrill
Reese (2), Michael Barkann (1) won the Philly TV bracket over Gary Papa (2),
and Joe Buck (1) won the National bracket over Bob Costas (11).
to everyone who participated.
you missed Tuesday’s feature about former Phillie Darren Daulton on HBO’s
“Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel,” try to catch it on the replay tomorrow
at 11 a.m. It’s worth it
just to see the expression on reporter Mary Carillo’s face, when Daulton
explains some of his controversial new theories about life.
to think of it, the well-rounded Carillo could do well in Meredith Vieira’s
job on “The View.”
would’ve thought when Daulton and John Kruk were on “Macho Row,” that it
would be Kruk who would turn out to be the ESPN announcer.
Do You Show a “Poker Face” on the Radio?
Darrow hosts “The Poker Show” on Sports Talk 950 Saturdays from 5:30 p.m.
– 7 p.m. Don Tollefson’s “lovefest” moves to Saturday morning at 10
McNabb will be the subject of the NFL Network series “In Their Words” May
is another announcing category I forgot to list last week for the upcoming
Sports Personality – Sports Event Analyst
Joe Morgan – ESPN
John Madden – NBC
Johnny Miller – NBC
Tim McCarver – FOX
Troy Aikman – FOX
hate to give it to an ex-Cowboy, but Aikman deserves it.