In hour three, listeners are furious with Hoch, Crowder and Solana for not knowing new Carolina Panthers head coach, Frank Reich, had a long NFL career. Bam has undoubtedly taken his game to new heights. Then, we get Rob Pizzola's picks for Sunday's NFL action.
In hour four, we read a survey about McDonald's french fry lovers on the best way to eat their fries but Hoch and Crowder passionately disagree. Then, we revisit the definitive list of the top 10 foods on a stick.
In hour two, we discuss who the best QB in the NFL is right now - Burrow or Mahomes? Hoch, Crowder and Solana are fascinated by a ruling from the National Hot Dog and Sausage council about hot dogs so we get Joe Zagacki to weigh in.
In hour one, Crowder fills us in on how his second appearance on the Tamron Hall show went today. Hoch details his love for PB&J sandwiches. Then, we learn Oronde Gadsden will go to the movie theatre just to buy popcorn.
In hour three, both Hoch and Solana are suckers when trying to repair anything car related. Crowder doesn't think there's any chance Mahomes misses the AFC title game. Then, during 15 minutes of Heat, we go over the latest NBA Mascot power rankings.
The show is shocked when the Bengals, in a matter of hours, went from 1 point dogs in KC to road favorites. Hoch and Crowder both likes the Bengals on the road but Solana argues it's unlikely the Chiefs lose to them again this season.
The former NFL QB joins Hoch and Crowder to look ahead to NFL Championship weekend and discusses how impressed he's been with the Bengals and Joe Burrow since Halloween but still believes Mahomes can be effective even with the injury.
In hour three, Hoch, Crowder and Solana share how much they hate game nights with their wives (or girlfriends) friends. Somehow, Hoch draws comparisons to mini golf and chutes and ladders. Then, Hoch tries his best to convince John Crotty to bring him home spicy ketchup packets from a Whataburger in Dallas.
Wrapping up our coverage of the cheeseburger salad debacle with Mike Cugno. We do our best to learn how to properly pronounce new Marlins addition Luis Arráez's name. Hoch, Crowder and Solana share how much they hate game nights with their wives (or girlfriends) friends and Hoch somehow draws comparisons between mini golf and chutes and ladders.
In hour three, Solana is afraid of Hoch's return tomorrow after costing the show big money in their worst gambling defeat maybe ever. We're hyped to hear Ken Dorsey is being interview by the Panthers. Then, is health enough for the Heat?
In hour three, we discuss why Bam gets no love from the fan voting for the NBA all star game & Hoch claims he feels bad for LeBron's situation in LA. Then, with the show desperately seeking a major turnaround in our gambling endeavors, we turn to Rob Pizzola to help us find some winners in the NFL this weekend.
In hour four, the latest update regarding the Dolphins defensive coaching staff that was let go today. Plus, Hoch and Crowder are still in disbelief with Solana ordering a cheeseburger salad but he doubles down on his decision.
In hour one, Crowder and Donno (filling in for Hoch) discuss the future of the Dolphins QB position and whether Miami should consider looking beyond Tua. Then, O.J. McDuffie joins the show to recap the season.
Hoch and Crowder share their thoughts on the loss in Buffalo. Oronde Gadsden joins the show and makes it clear he would've caught the passes Waddle and Tyreek dropped on Sunday. Does Hoch have Antonio Brown?
In hour one, Hoch and Crowder share their thoughts on how the Dolphins season ended on Sunday and their reaction to the clock issues Miami faced. We have our early picks for the NFL divisional round this weekend. Then, Oronde Gadsden joins the show to talk about the loss to the Bills.
In hour three, Hoch and Crowder talk more about McDaniel's issues with clock management in Buffalo. We learn Hoch follows Antonio Brown on snapchat. Then, how realistic is it that the Heat can put together a run to compete for the top four seeds in the East.
In hour one, Hoch and Crowder prepare for any possible scenario for the Dolphins to somehow beat the Bills on Sunday despite it being unlikely. Ripping Solana for not showing up to the show because he's at a 9am cruise-wedding. Then, Mike Cugno of CBS4 joins the show to preview the game.
In hour two, Hoch and Crowder are confused by Solana still not arriving for the show if he was supposed to be at a 9am wedding. Lee Sterling joins the show and gives us his pick for the Dolphins-Bills game. Plus, the latest Dolphins injury report for Sunday.
In hour two, Hoch and Crowder are caught off guard by a report on TV that Tom Brady to the Dolphins is a possibility this off season. Clay Ferraro joins the show, gets trolled by the show, and then helps us discuss the future of the Dolphins QB situation.
In hour one, Hoch recaps the chaotic scene at the radio station today starting with Solana and his sports coat on a zoom call followed by Crowder rolling in with his motorized suitcase. Then, we talk to Josh Appel about the Dolphins chances to compete with the Bills on Sunday.
In hour three, Hoch is excited to share that Solana accepted his invite to go watch Barry Manilow on Friday night. Discussing what's next for Dewayne Dedmon and the Heat after he threw a massage gun onto the court last night. Then, why would anyone go to a hibachi restaurant if they didn't want the hibachi experience.
Hoch and Crowder both hope Miami can pull off a miracle in their Wild Card matchup vs Buffalo but the reality is with what we saw from Skylar Thompson last Sunday vs New York, the likelihood of Miami winning is extremely low.
In hour three, we have the updated line of the Dolphins @ Bills game. Hoch and Crowder read through numbers of the Dolphins season that prove this was their best statistical season in decades. Then, a midseason report card for the Heat at their halfway mark.
In hour two, Hoch explains to Crowder and Solana how different it used to be for fans wanting to attend live sporting events and what buying a ticket used to be like before the interment. Then, we're joined by Canes Women's Basketball Head Coach Katie Meier.
In hour one, we discuss last night's blowout NCAA Championship game and Hoch & Crowder laugh at Solana for his confusion of Sandy Alcantara Day in Miami. Then, Hoch quizzes Oronde Gadsden on the Dolphins last playoff victory in 2000 - a game he played in.
Welcome to another episode of Fratello On Air. In this installment, Balazs and Mike hit on two topics. We start with the fact that Swatch Group has no intentions of following Rolex into the CPO market. Next, we talk about a recent article highlighting concerns about a questionable auction that took place in 2018. Sit back and relax while we work the mics.Yes, it's another week and that means another podcast. This time we're talking more about CPO programs and a questionable auction. Balazs is taking care of business in Karlsruhe and Mike has literally just arrived back in Frankfurt. The two kick off with a number of topics. Balazs mentions the upcoming Lego Ford GT, which features a working engine. Balazs also mentions that he's decided to bite the bullet and purchase the Adidas Stan Smith Lux. Hoch leben! Finally, we discuss TV. Balazs is watching BMF and Mike just finished season 2 of The White Lotus.Handgelenks KontrolleBefore hitting the main topics on used watches and a questionable auction, we go through our Handgelenks Kontrolle. Mike is wearing his cherished Rolex Datejust 1600. This time, however, he has it on a new-to-him folded Oyster 7836 bracelet with 258 end links. He recently picked it up in Florida during a visit with our friend, Eric Wind. Will it stay on or will the Jubille return? Time will tell. Balazs is sporting his newly received Grand Seiko SBGA439. He loves it but is having a tough time getting the bracelet to fit and is also struggling with reflections during photographs.A questionable auction and Swatch Group stays away from CPOWe kick off the main section with a brief mention that Rolex is increasing prices yet again. Apparently, the increase is capped at "around" 2.5%, but that brings prices up by roughly 20% since the beginning of the pandemic. Yikes! Next, Balazs discusses an article about Swatch Group and that Nick Hayek will not be following Rolex into the used market any time soon. We think that's smart! Finally, we discuss a questionable auction that took place in 2018 related to the so-called "Unicorn" Rolex Daytona.As always, thanks for listening. If you have any suggestions for a future episode, please feel free to let us know!
In hour two, Hoch and Crowder credit McDaniel for saving the season and finding a way to still get the team into the playoffs despite injuries. Did Jimmy Butler get fouled in last night's final play vs the Nets? Solana refuses to accept no as an answer. Then, we're joined by Ben Volin to discuss the end of the regular season and how the AFC East looks moving into next season.
In hour one, Hoch and Crowder celebrate the Dolphins victory over the Jets clinching their way into the post season. After, Will Manso joins the show to discuss McDaniel's first season as head coach and whether the Dolphins matched expectations by getting into the post season.
In hour one, Hoch and Crowder celebrate the Dolphins victory over the Jets clinching their way into the post season. Will Manso joins the show to discuss McDaniel's first season as head coach and Ben Volin gives us his outlook of the AFC East at the end of the season. Then, we relive the worst montage ever made to hype ourselves up for tonight's College Football National Championship game.
Hoch and Crowder are joined by Will Manso of Local 10 in Miami to discuss the Dolphins season and whether the final result of the regular season was beyond expectations, below expectations or right around where we expected them to be at.