PODCAST: The Jerry Sullivan Show_062419

Today on this packed Jerry Sullivan Show we brought you ALL around the sports landscape in our “Headlines”! Touching all around the NHL, NBA, NFL offseason and more!

THE COLUMN with Sully kicked off the show as always!

From Channel 4, WIVB Sports was Josh Reed, who joined us up first to update us on what hes been up to as well as get his most recent takes on all of the happenings in sports around Buffalo.


From FootballZebras.com/@FootballZebras, Ben Austro called in the first hour to talk about the NFL rule adjustments to PI, replay/review and more!


Sal Maiorana from the Rochester D&C joined us for his weekly segment to complain about the Yankees and fill us in on the latest things he’s heard surrounding the Bills and the NFL offseason.


Kevin Massare of Trainwreck Sports covering the Bulls and BPNY Crew, a NY Yankees WNY backer gave us a ring. Visiting to talk some recent UB Bulls recruitment news as well as breakdown the current streak of 7-1 in the last 8 games for the NY Yankees.


Mike Cairns of Spectrum Sports 360 in Tampa covering all things Tampa Bay sports gave us his take on the most recent news surrounding the Rays. This regarding their potential ability to be a two-city tram dividing their home games between Tampa and Montreal.


We also had the phone lines open and buzzing, taking calls and comments on many of these very inviting topics. All we ask is that you BRING IT!!!!!!! Our ‘Sports Update” also kept us up to date as far as locally and nationally.

Don’t forget about the poll! We tend to! Updates on said poll happened throughout. When we wrapped it up, the results were shocking, to say the least. Be sure to vote every day and retweet to spread the show!

Obviously Jerry was extra-super salty in his SALTY SULLY!

Our THERMOSTATS were peppered throughout the show and we satisfied the waiting ears with some very tantalizing stats regarding what the guys feel are OUT OF THIS (SPORTS) WORLD! Back TOMORROW at 9!

We also heard, as we do every day, the guys SHOUTOUTS and acknowledgments to some great sports stories.