In his weekly podcast for Dolphins.com, Hank Goldberg catches up with CBS’ Greg Gumbel to get his thoughts on Jason Taylor, Matt Moore and the rest of the Dolphins team prior to Sunday’s Jets-Dolphins game, which Gumbel will call on CBS. Also, make sure to listen for Gumbel’s stories about the early days of ESPN, where he worked in the 1980s.
Hank calls-in to the program to talk about his podcast’s with Bob Griese, Larry Little and Garo Yepremian, as they looked back at the longest game in NFL history, a 27-24 Dolphins victory over the Chiefs on Christmas Day in the 1971 playoffs. Listen-in as Goldberg gives us his keys for a Dolphins victory in New England.
In his weekly podcast for Dolphins.com, Hank Goldberg takes a look back at the longest game in NFL history, a 27-24 Dolphins victory over the Chiefs on Christmas Day in the 1971 playoffs. Hank discusses the game in an entertaining fashion with Bob Griese, Larry Little and Garo Yepremian, who all played pivotal roles in the classic game:
- Hall of Fame guard Larry Little
- Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese
- The man who kicked the game-winning field goal: Garo Yepremian
In his weekly segment for Dolphins.com, Hank Goldberg chats with coaching legend Howard Schnellenberger to look back on his tremendous coaching career, spanning 6 decades including a key role on the 1972 undefeated Miami Dolphins team. Make sure to listen for Schnellenberger’s memories of Don Shula, “Bear” Bryant, Jim Kelly, Sam Madison and others that he worked closely with over the years.
In his weekly segment for Dolphins.com, Hank Goldberg catches up with Raiders Legend and NFL Hall of Famer Ted Hendricks to discuss the Raiders, past and present. Make sure to listen as Hendricks shares his insight on what the keys have been for the Raiders to get to the top of the AFC West this season.
In Hank Goldberg’s weekly segment, he interviews former Giants Pro Bowl linebacker, Carl Banks, who currently serves as the Giants radio analyst. Make sure to listen for Banks’ insight on how Tom Coughlin and the Giants organization have been able to maintain success, going six straight years without a losing season.