Papa Joe always brings the party and this is a little sample of Papa Joe’s National Championship Party and Instant Replay last Monday. Live Network Broadcast, Miller Girls, New Papa Joe T-shirts, and the best Men’s NCAA Championship Game of All Time! Don’t miss our next Papa Joe Party!
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Since 1985, Jim Nantz has been the face and voice for CBS Sports, for which he served as a play-by-play announcer and/or studio anchor for a number of events including the NFL, the NBA, college football and basketball, the Masters and PGA Championship golf tournaments, the US Open tennis championship, and the Winter Olympic Games.
Nantz has teamed with Billy Packer to call the NCAA Final Four men’s basketball finals continuously since 1991, and on this busy week he sat down with Papa Joe Chevalier to talk March Madness, The Masters in Augusta, and the Legend of Papa Joe! Click Below to hear Jim Nantz of CBS on Papa Joe Talk!
Brett Favre is the NFL’s only three-time MVP, and leads the league with 442 touchdown passes, 61,655 yards passing and 160 career victories. He started 253 consecutive regular-season games, more than any other quarterback in history.
Favre also holds the more dubious mark of 288 interceptions — an indication of the wild streak that only made him more human to the fans who adored him. He retired today after 17 seasons. There will never be another like him. NFL writer, Cliff Brown sits down with Papa Joe to remember Brett Favre, click below to hear the interview from www.papajoetalk.com
Sen. Barack Obama survived defeats in three primaries Tuesday with his lead in the delegate race essentially intact. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton netted only a 12-delegate pickup, despite winning primaries in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island. Susan Ferrechio, terrific Washington journalist with the DC Examiner made time for Papa Joe to sneak peek into the Primaries to come!
Ryan Mallett is a 6-7, 253 pound QB who was recruited to Michigan by Lloyd Carr.
When Carr resigned and possibly retired, Ryan Mallett declined to stay in Ann Arbor and soon he transfered to the University of Arkansas. Fresh start for Ryan? Not so, he won’t be able to play until 2009 because of an NCAA rule that doesn’t make reasonable sense.
Chris Bahn, Editor and Writer for ArkansasSports360.com explains the complications with Ryan Mallett.
It’s almost 10 a.m. in room 2154 of the Rayburn Building, and just about every seat is filled. There are 15 reserved chairs for the Roger Clemens’ entourage, seven for Brian McNamee. Also, for whatever reason, one for the FBI and two for the IRS.
We are grateful for the time of acclaimed USA Today Columnist and Gannett Writer, Mike Lopresti. He made time for Papa Joe while he was waiting to take off at the airport. Click Below to listen to Mike and Papa Joe discuss the implications of Andy Pettitte’s testimony before Congress.