Ian and Mike react to some of the latest news surrounding Major League Baseball as the hot stove starts to heat up. Plus, it's time for our weekly NFL Power Rankings and we also preview Thursday Night Football between the Cowboys and the Bears.
With the release of the 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, Ian and Mike make their Hall of Fame selections. Plus, they react to the Antonio Brown apology and welcome in Brian Snow of Snowman in the Morning to talk LeBron James and the Lakers, Carmelo's debut and much more!
On a Friday edition, Ian and Mike recap Thursday Night Football between the Browns and Steelers and react to what transpire between Mason Rudolph and Myles Garrett in the 4th quarter. In addition, they preview the rest of the Sunday slate.
Ian and Mike preview the Steelers and Browns on Thursday Night Football and react to the latest surrounding the Houston Astros and their alleged actions in 2017. In addition, Antonio Brown is set to meet the NFL today and Kaep calls the NFL's bluff and will workout on Saturday. The guys discuss.
On a Wednesday edition of FPC Radio LIVE, Ian and Mike give their top five NFL teams through 11 weeks, discuss the news surrounding the Astros World Series run in 2017, and they react to the news that the NFL is setting up a "workout" for Colin Kaepernick.
After a four-day weekend, Ian and Mike are back for a Tuesday Edition of FPC Radio LIVE! On this episode, the two tell you what they learned from Week 11 in the NFL and welcoming in Brian Snow of Snowman in the Morning for our crossover segment. The Snowman tells us who the best team in the NBA is. Hint: It's not the Lakers.
It's a special anniversary as Ian and Mike celebrate the debut of 24 from November 6th, 2001. In addition, they discuss the latest from around the sports world, including Cam Newton to I.R., Bruins screwed in Montreal, and LeBron James. Plus, Brian Snow of Snowman in the Morning joins to lend his knowledge on the NBA.
On the Friday edition of FPC Radio LIVE, Ryan Adverderada of FPC 49ers and FPC Cardinals Joins Ian and Mike to recap the 49ers victory over the Cardinals. In addition, Ian and Mike look ahead to the rest of the Week 9 action.
It's Tuesday on FPC Radio Live which means Ian and Mike give their NFL Power Rankings as they list the Top 5 teams through Week 8. Plus, with the trade deadline looming, they discuss all the latest news and notes.
On the Thursday edition of FPC Radio Live, Ian and Mike discuss the potential of Patrick Mahomes and Drew Brees playing this weekend and whether or not it is a smart move for the teams. Plus, what is the future of Cam Newton in Carolina? All this and more.
On the Wednesday edition of FPC Radio LIVE, Ian and Mike react to the flurry of trades in the NFL ahead of the trade deadline next week. In addition, they discuss who is the MVP frontrunner to this point and discuss the Nationals Game 1 victory in the World Series.
On the Tuesday edition of FPC Radio Live, Ian and Mike recap a dominating Patriots victory over the New York Jets on Monday Night Football and react to the early morning news that Mohamed Sanu has been traded to the 7-0 Patriots. Plus, they look ahead to the start of the World Series between the Astros and Nationals and they welcome back Brian "The Snowman" Snow for the latest crossover to discuss the World Series and the start of the NBA season.
On the Tuesday edition of the Snowman Crossover with Brian Snow, Ian and Mike discuss the World Series and ask the Snowman who will win. Plus, how does he see the Western Conference playing out this year in the NBA? Hint: 40 wins may be a CEILING for a certain team in Los Angeles.
On the Monday, October 21st edition of FPC Radio Live, Ian and Mike tell you what they learned from an action packed Week 7 of Sunday NFL action. In addition, they preview the Jets and Patriots clash in the Meadowlands for Monday Night Football.
SEGMENT: On Wednesday's edition of the crossover with Snowman in the Morning host Brian Snow, Ian and Mike chat with The Snowman as he reacts to LeBron's comments concerning Daryl Morey and the NBA's relationship with China.