Mike Francesa, whose 12-year simulcast run on the YES Network ended on Super Bowl Sunday, soon will bring his WFAN radio show to Fox Sports 1, a radio industry source with knowledge of the agreement said Sunday. - Newsday
"I wonder if you come in the top three of four, does that mean you have a better chance the next time?" - Mike ‘Sports Pope’ Francesa breaks down selection of Pope Francis, Argentina’s Jorge Mario Bergoglio - NY Daily News
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Through all his gaffes, haughty pronouncements, bogus predictions, laughable alibis and delusional excuses, the Pope, with his own brand of ineptitude, has created a culture of attracting younger callers who love getting under his skin. Call it pranking. Call it goofing. Most importantly, call it hysterical and highly entertaining.
Mike Francesa may not use Twitter, but that doesn’t stop an anonymous duo from mocking him
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Mike Francesa gets pranked twice over falling asleep on air.