It’s what many have called the BEST show in Ceraulo Sports Talk history! LIVE from Radio Row at Super Bowl LIV, and I’m all over the matchup we HAVEN’T been talking about all week: Kansas City’s wideouts vs the 49ers secondary. I break it all down PLUS hear from 3x SB champion Mark Schlereth, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood and the best to ever put a headset on, Christopher ‘Mad Dog’ Russo! DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW!
In this Wednesday addition from Radio Row, Joe Ceraulo tackles more on the explosive Chiefs offense, but also how their defense will be key in defeating the 49ers on Sunday. Hear from KC defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo and 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman – PLUS – ESPN’s Mike Golic Jr. and Denver Broncos’ legend, 2x Super Bowl champ, ‘Big Al’ Williams join the show! ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk!
In this Tuesday addition from Radio Row, Joe Ceraulo tackles Media Night, how the stars from each team feel heading into the big game, and of course, some reflection on the sudden, tragic passing of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others on Sunday. Hear from Patrick Mahomes and Richard Sherman themselves, PLUS sports gambling guru Steve Maltepes and 2x Super Bowl champ, former Pittsburgh Steeler, Bryant McFadden join the show! Only on Ceraulo Sports Talk.
ESPN’s Mike Golic Jr joins me to talk the current state of Notre Dame football, bouncing around different professional football leagues and who he thinks will take Colton’s virginity after this season of ABC’s The Bachelor.
3x Super Bowl champ Mark Schlereth joins me to discuss the difficulty of winning the Lombardi Trophy in consecutive seasons, his bromance with ESPN’s Trey Wingo, and…Princess Bride references?!? Tune in.
Former NFL QB, Boomer Esiason, and his co-host, Gregg Giannotti, of WFAN’s Boomer & Gio join me to talk about their first year together, Boomer’s football career and Gregg’s reaction to harsh words from Mike Francesa.
New York Giants legendary radio announcer, Bob Papa, and former offensive lineman, 2x Super Bowl champ, David Diehl, join me to talk about a bus ride that changed the ’07 season, why losing to New England in week 17 that year scared the Pats more than the Giants and the team’s current QB situation.