The Wild side #350 4/24/18 - Prager University’s Will Witt joined Tyler Salk and Scott Rotondo to discuss everything around the message the Prager team shares with their almost 1.4 million YouTube subscribers, including his exclusive interview with Ben Shapiro.
Paul Roselli also stops by to discuss his campaign to become the next governor of the state of Rhode Island. Despite being a Democrat, how is he different from Gina Raimondo?
990WBOB personalities Michael Parente and the GOAT David Clyde also stop by to discuss the latest news surrounding the world.
Psycho Sports #261 4/24/2018 - Host Tyler is joined by Patriots Football Weekly and WBOB's own sports editor, Michael Parente, in studio. The duo breakdown and discuss what your New England Patriots should be doing during the draft.
Joining them in their discussion are Meredith Gorman, Patriots Official Team Reporter, and Jake Levin, NBC Boston Writer.
Who should the Patriots draft? What are the positions of need? What are positions they should hold off on? Should the Patriots draft another QB to sit behind Brady? You better tune in to find out the answers to these questions and more.
Wild Side #341 1/30/18 – The student-teacher saga continues here on the Wild Side with Tyler Salk and Bob Guisti. Between California outlawing straws, gun scares at CCRI, and the fallout of the Grammys having only one woman artist winning an award, there seems like there is no shortage of news that the duo don’t covered.
Joining them first is plethora of guests.
First is WBOB Sports Editor Michael Parente to give his take of the revival of the XFL. Is the XFL gonna benefit from a weakened NFL or is this going to be another financial disaster like the last time?
Following sports, is political insider and longtime friend of the show, Doreen Costa, to give an insight of the political scene in Rhode Island. What are the important RI political races should you pay attention to the most? If Lincoln Chafee wins the Democratic primary, will that drastically change the RI Gubernatorial election? Doreen discusses those questions plus more.
Then, Craig LeBeau, gun instructor and writer for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children, joins the show to talk about the recent tax reforms and the truth behind it. Are the Democrats full of lies when they say that these new reforms will ‘kill’ Americans? Who benefits from them? Craig discusses those questions plus giving an insight of the gun industry, including a recent business boom in that field.
Finally, the duo are joined by Giovanni Feroce, former Alex + Ani CEO and gubernatorial candidate seeking the Republican nomination for RI Governor joins the show. What led to Feroce's run for the highest office in the state? What are his background and qualifications? What are Giovanni's plans as RI Governor -- should he win this election and what does it mean for Rhode Islanders? Feroce answers those questions and more.
Psycho Sports #250 1/30/18 – We’re just days away from the big day in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII. You have the Philadelphia Eagles representing the NFC and your New England Patriots representing the AFC.
Tyler Salk is joined in-studio by WBOB Sports Editor and Patriots’ Football Weekly’s own Michael Parente to breakdown the big game. How did the Patriots get here after going 2-2 and having the worse defense in the first quarter of the season? What changed in their gameplay since them? Which players were key contributors? Can the Eagles replicate the Jacksonville Jaguars game plan and build off where the Jaguars failed? The two discuss those topics plus more.
Then joining them to give a Philadelphia perspective is SB Eagles Nation writer Dave Mangels. How will the Eagles defense fare against the likes of the Tom-Brady led Patriots offense? Which Eagles offensive player (WR Alshon Jeffery, RB LeGarette, RB Jay Ajayi) will have a big impact on the game? Can QB Nick Foles build off his big NFC Championship game against the Patriots defense? Who is the X factor for the Eagles chances for success? Mangel answers those questions and more here on Psycho Sports.
Psycho Sports #247 12/19/2017 - It's the final show of the year with Psycho Sports. So Tyler and Ryan decide to look back at the Top 9 Sports Moments of 2017. What moments did they choose? How did they each react to each of the selection? Tyler, Ryan, and even Michael Parente of Patriots Football Weekly chimes in.
Then joining the show later on is Matt Monacelli of 90.1 WDCE to talk about the future of the New England Patriots. With the upcoming game against the Buffalo Bills, will TE Rob Gronkowski getting targeted for his dirty hit back in Week 13? How do the Patriots stack up to the other top teams in the AFC Conference (the Pittsburgh Steelers & Jacksonville Jaguars)? Will the loss of RT Marcus Cannon affect the Patriots going forward? Can the Buffalo Bills & New York Jets (in Week 17) knockoff the Patriots and cost them the #1 Seeding in the AFC? Matt & Tyler discuss those questions.
Psycho Sports #242 11/14/2017 - Well there's a big happening in the world of baseball. All this week, Major League Baseball has been distributing awards to the best players in each of their categories. However the Holy Grail of awards, the MVP award, has yet to be given but there are some pretty impressive names on each list: Jose Altuve, Aaron Judge, and Jose Ramirez for the AL MVP and then Paul Goldschmidt, Giancarlo Stanton, and Joey Votto for the NL MVP. Tyler and Ryan discuss each candidate in the awards race as well ad break the news of the NL Manager of the Year winner.
Then joining in the second half is PFW and WBOB's own Michael Parente to talk all things Patriots. With a Week 10 Showdown in Mexico with the Oakland Raiders, Parente and Tyler discuss a multitude of topics such as what players on both sides that could play an impact in the game, can Stephon Gilmore have another successful day against Michael Crabtree or Amari Cooper like he did against Demariyus Thomas in Week 9, will WR Chris Hogan and DT Malcolm Brown play or miss this game as well, and more.
Psycho Sports #227 7/31/17 - The last few days have been like Christmas if you are a fan with baseball. It's the MLB Trade Deadline as a lot of teams were active. Tyler and Ryan discuss which player got moved where, which team were 'winners' and which were 'losers,' how did the Red Sox and their eternal rival, the Yankees, do this time, and much more.
Joining the duo is Patriot Football Weekly and WBOB's own Michael Parente talks about the status of Pats in training camp. How is the state of the secondary? What is the state of the Pats' defense with the retirement of OLB/DE Rob Ninkovich? What's the status of the offense, especially the running game? Parente discusses those topics with Tyler & Ryan plus a few extra ones as well.
The Cafe #299 5/17/17 - In a special edition of the Cafe host Pal was joined by popular WBOB host Wild Side David Clyde. In between a tennis match of verbal insults the duo welcomed personality Tony Jones to discuss a myriad of issues including the recent R.I. cannabis regulation rally. CES boxing matchmaker Michael Parente stopped by to preview their June 9th card at Twin River Casino. If all that wasn't enough Matt from the band Guilty Giraffe gives the audience an inside look at their first album.
Psycho Sports #215 5/1/2017 - It was a big weekend series victory for the Boston Red Sox over the world champion Chicago Cubs, including an impressive offensive outing at the plate. What was the turnaround for the Red Sox after they had offensive struggling to score a run against the New York Yankees? Did moving Dustin Pedroia down in the lineup help or hurt? And will they continue the same success against the Baltimore Orioles. Tyler and Ryan discuss.
Joining the show in the second half is Patriots Football Weekly and WBOB’s very own Michael Parente to recap the New England Patriots 2017 NFL Draft. Who did the Patriots draft? Did Belichick snag a diamond in the later rounds? Were QB Jimmy Garappolo and CB Malcolm Butler really on the table for trades?
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