Cinderella story! Leading off, Dave Pallone, former MLB umpire came on and spoke about Jason Collins breaking another barrier when he took the court as a member of the Brooklyn Nets. Pallone was outed by the New York Post more than twenty years ago and is an outspoken individual on gay rights. Our conversation then [...]
2-24-2014: Dave Pallone on Jason Collins and MLB, Michael O’Keefe on Harold Ramis and Caddyshack, Seth Menachem & More!
Making it in the NFL is not easy. The average career lasts less than four seasons. Getting drafted isn’t that easy either. Some teams draft to fill needs. Others tend to pick the best player available regardless of position. A few teams take players completely off their boards for reasons ranging from health to off-field [...]
On February 9, 1964 The Beatles made history in music. Fifty years to the day, Michael Sam made history in sports. The impact of The Beatles on Ed Sullivan is now known. What impact Sam’s announcement will have on sports and society, we will have to wait and see. What did Sam say yesterday? “I [...]
Tonight was all Super Bowl all the time! David Bergman was the kickoff returner and as always, he ran it back to the house for a huge touchdown. David was in Met Life Stadium and witnessed the huge win the Seahawks had over Payton Manning and the Broncos. David was on assignment for Sports Illustrated [...]
72 hours ago Alex Rodriguez had his suspension reduced to 162 games and we enjoyed some really great NFL playoff games. Sit back, relax and strap in folks, because this show is fast and furious with twists and turns, laughs and tears, this is…SILVERMAN: On Sports. First up, Paul Silvi of Seattle’s King 5 joins [...]
11-18-2013: ESPN’s Dave LaMont on College and Miami Dolphins, AJC’s Chip Towers on UGA, CBS’s Michael Coleman on Chiefs & More!
Tonight I brought the journalism pros into the CaddyShack! Leading off was ESPN’s Dave LaMont. Like me, LaMont is a long time South Florida resident and he brought great insight in the Miami Mess (Miami Dolphins that is) as well as a number of issues facing college athletics. On deck was Chip Towers of the [...]
11-11-2013: NFL Great Leonard Marshall on the Dolphins, NFL, College Football, Head Injuries & So Much More!
I have conducted thousands of interviews throughout my career. Tonight, I had a very candid conversation with Leonard Marshall. I found Marshall to be thoughtful, insightful and candid. We covered a tremendous about of ground including the mess with the Miami Dolphins, his career, Joe Theismann’s horrific injury, college football, head injuries and so much [...]
11-4-2013: Sports and News Collide in Florida with Billy Corben, Dovovan Campbell, Mike Bernandino, Barry Barnes & More!
Seems like every time you turn on the news, there is a Florida connection. Lately, seems like every time you turn on sports, there is a Florida connection. Tonight, news and sports collided and with Florida connections. The big story of the day was Richie Incognito being anything but and the reaction by his Miami [...]
10-28-2013: David Bergman on Bon Jovi and Sports, Jason Jackson on the Heat plus Cyd Zeigler & Bruce Udolf
WOW! That one word sums up tonight’s show. I always love when David Bergman is on the show. It had been far too long since his last appearance and that was because he has been jetting around the world with Bon Jovi traveling on a steal horse taking them to six continents. David waxed poetic [...]
What a great day. First, I guest on Jon Leiberman‘s Live at 5 on SiriusXM’s Howard 101 to discuss the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins name then I have the privilege of hosting SILVERMAN: On Sports! First up, I continue my use of the wayback machine and bring Nina Blackwood of MTV fame into the [...]
Ft. Lauderdale Strikers Beat Cross-State Rivals Tampa Bay Rowdies 2-1: Listen to the Entire Game HERE!
Rivalries are awesome. The Ft. Lauderdale Strikers and the Tampa Bay Rowdies first met on the pitch in 1977. Saturday night both clubs met again fighting for valuable points trying to qualify for the November 9 NASL Soccer Bowl in Atlanta. The Strikers still play their home games at Lockhart Stadium. Now their home games [...]
Tonight’s show proved that I am not one-dimensional! I can talk about sports and a bunch of other stuff. I lead off the show with Kenny Anderson. Kenny played fourteen years in the NBA after a stellar career at Georgia Tech. Kenny was very candid tonight about his life, his career and teased that he [...]
The rivalry is renewed. The Ft. Lauderdale Strikers and the New York Cosmos first met in New York on May 15, 1977. The great Pele scored the hat trick and the Cosmos won 3-0. Less than a month later the same two teams met on the pitch in Ft. Lauderdale and soccer was never the [...]
I love to celebrate anniversaries on SILVERMAN: On Sports and tonight was a great party. Today was a great day. First we announced that SoFloRadio.com became the radio home of the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers and that will be doing play-by-play on the broadcasts and then do cap off the day doing this radio show for [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Leo Sarmiento 954-600-6550 Strikers Partner with SoFloRadio.com to Broadcast Select Home Games FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. – The Strikers are proud to announce a home match radio broadcast deal with SoFloRadio.com. SoFloRadio will broadcast two matches this Fall Season. SoFloRadio.com’s first Strikers broadcast will [...]
It’s football season folks! Tonight was all about the pigskin! Troy and I kicked off the show recapping the football from the weekend. Great college games highlighted by the Miami Hurricanes beating the Florida Gators as well as the Georgia Bulldogs over the South Carolina Gamecocks. Throw in the highlights from week one of the [...]
Tim Tebow was released Saturday by the New England Patriots. In celebration of the end of his NFL career, again, I go deep into the archives and give you this story originally published on SILVERMAN: On Sports: January 11, 2012: Now Tim Tebow haunts my slumber. I rarely watch David Letterman anymore but tonight I [...]
Everyone that listens to my show knows I love to have fun and tonight I might have had one of the best times ever on the air. I am a huge baseball guy and have been a student of the Negro Leagues for years. Tonight, I had the professor of the Negro Leagues, Bob Kendrick. [...]
8-19-2013: Throwing at Alex Rodriguez, NFL Football is Back & A Marine Gets the Best of NCAA & More!
Tonight was baseball heavy. Alex Rodriguez heavy to be specific. With A-Rod playing while on appeal, anger toward the Yankee slugger is at an all-time high. Sunday night Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster took the “law” into his own hand and hit Rodriguez sparking a debate on whether hitting a batter on purpose is kosher. [...]
I am going to make this short and sweet folks. Tonight’s first call was to Dave Schofield live in Letterbarrow, Ireland. Yes, we made the call across the pond to visit one of my favorite guests to talk football, soccer style, Gaelic Football and the Trenton Thunder. Dave is the official photographer of the Yankees [...]
I love to talk baseball and unfortunately these days, talking about baseball means talking PEDs. So to bring the entire PEDs story into focus, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press made his SILVERMAN: On Sports debut tonight. Mike is one of the most well-respected baseball writers in America. We talked Alex Rodriguez, Ryan [...]
It’s hard to be a baseball fan today. America’s past time has past its time and its a self-inflicted wound. Performance Enhancing Drugs are overshadowing the season. Since The Miami New Times exposed Biogenesis as a South Florida drug store catering to some of Major League Baseball’s biggest names, we have been waiting for suspensions [...]
I thought today was going to be a slow sports day, it turned out to be a big night in sports. The show started with Nick Masuda of Golfweek Magazine talking about Lefty’s win across the pond. We discussed the tournament and its highs and lows. We talked about how surprised we were about Phil’s [...]
Tonight’s show features three of my favorite guests! Do you like beautiful unique sparkleponies? Who doesn’t right? Well, Chris Kluwe, the Bad-Ass Punter of the Oakland Raiders has a few things to say about sparkleponies and a lot more. I love having Chris on the show because he is never at a loss for words, [...]
Sometimes shows are just fun and tonight’s was one of those shows! I started the show with something more than just sports. Tom Cotter from the 2012 season of America’s Got Talent joined me. He is one of the funniest and most talented comics on the circuit today. We talked about his AGT experiences, years [...]
Tonight we got ready for Game 7 between the Heat and Pacers. Thanks to Tommy Shoegler of Indiana’s New Center for joining me to talk about the first six games and to break down the decisive game. We also took a step back to discuss the controversial last game in Indiana, Roy Hibbert’s dumb comments [...]
Tonight the prodigal son, Josh Appel returned to the show. Josh returned to join me in the Caddyshack for the first time since we moved the show to the new studios. It was fun to have him back on the show. We had a great time catching up and had no problem mixing it up [...]
5-13-2013: Tiger Woods, The Players Championship, Athlete Ally, Homosexuality in Sports & A Little More!
Tonight I kept it simple and sweet. Two topics, golf and homosexuality in sports. Thanks to Nick Masuda of Golfweek Magazine for coming on the show and having an awesome conversation about Tiger Woods and The Players Championship. Tiger has been so dominant and we explored how much he has improved. So much has happened [...]
Tonight, in a SILVERMAN: On Sports EXCLUSIVE, great friend to the show, Chris Kluwe discussing how he was put on waivers by the Minnesota Vikings. The bad-ass punter discussed, football, gay rights, Jason Collins, his rock music and love of video games. For the entire conversation, listen here! As always, Kluwe is candid and awesome! [...]
4-29-2013: Jason Collins Comes Out as the First Gay Athlete in Team Sports with Chris Kluwe and Cyd Zeigler & a Little More
Tonight I am going to let the show speak for itself. History was made as the the last domino toppled when NBA veteran Jason Collins wrote, “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.” in the May 6, 2013 issue of Sports Illustrated. I am one of the few broadcasters on radio or television [...]