PODCAST: The Jerry Sullivan Show_080719

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 ensued!

Joining us was Joe Buscaglia fresh off the last day of Bills camp in Rochester. He gave us a full breakdown and some takeaways from all of camp and previewed the Bills/Colts game tomorrow night at New Era Field.


Matt Parrino of NYUpstate right in Rochester called us in the first hour as well! He was also camped out with the Bills at SJFC and he had many thoughts on camp and what he expects as we inch closer to the regular season.


From Newsday in New York covering all things NFL, Bob Glauber called us to go around the NFL and its most interesting and intriguing headlines thus far into early pre-season.


Paul Peck of Buffalo Sports Page and the Voice of UB Football called in the second hour. He got into some stuff he has observed from the Bills as of late as well as helped us breakdown UB Football which began its early season practices last week!


Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald came by in the third hour to talk some Red Sox baseball with us and help Sully cope with their latest skid and fall-back in the division.


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.