I like to think of myself as a Cowboys fan. I go to as many games as I can – even if the tickets are crazy at the Death Star – but I do not think I have or will ever be at @JohnShango ‘s level. I first heard this when I was listening to 1310 The Ticket (I am a P1) on my way home from work. Then I received an email from my friend showing me the link (Dallas), then my step-sister (New York), then my brother (Nashville). Video has gone viral.
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Posted by Asher Feltman | July 20th, 2012 at 11:45 pm
The long awaited free agency summer of 2012 started with a bang. But not the traditional bang, more like a shot straight to the junk. But as Kelly Clarkson told me on Saturday Night Live, ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,’ the swings and misses from the Dallas Mavericks on Deron Williams, Jason Terry and Jason Kidd did not kill the team or the front office in charge of its very contstruction. (Fans and EVERYONE at ESPN 103.3 FM Radio are another story)
The fallout from the unfortunate events in week one of this year’s free agency was quite dramatic locally. The Monday’s after Cowboys games are referred to as “Overreaction Mondays,” when Tony Romo is either finally turning a corner or being threatened by call-in listeners.
Posted by Asher Feltman | July 9th, 2012 at 11:28 am
For the last eight seasons, Jason Eugene Terry has called Dallas home and the Mavericks his team. For the last eight seasons #31 jerseys have filled the local setting and the sound of a plane taking off – or a jet – became as iconic of a noise in the city of Dallas as, well, Dallas.
Over a dozen headbands and wristbands fill my desk drawer, all game worn and none ever, ever washed or even rinsed with the smallest amount of soap or water, despite my mother’s best efforts.
Posted by You+Dallas | February 28th, 2012 at 1:55 pm
YouPlusMedia, owner of www.youplusdallas.com, has created a totally unique web and mobile platform designed to generate crowd-sourced content for television. American sportscaster and radio personality, Dan Patrick, the driving force behind The Dan Patrick Show and The Box Score, and DIRECTV, are collaborating with YouPlusMedia on this groundbreaking project.
For the first time, avid sports fans in Dallas and around the country will be able to audition to be part of The Box Score television segments produced by YouPlusMedia. Sports fans can “audition” to be on the show from any sports bar, office, or their own living room, via The Box Score app.
Download the free iPhone app by visiting the iTunes store. Once the app downloads to your mobile device, you are ready to answer a variety of sports questions. Don’t have a smart phone? You can also answer questions by visiting the Dan Patrick Channel on YouPlusDallas.com.
Patrick currently hosts The Dan Patrick Show, which is a nationwide radio broadcast on Premiere Radio Networks. He can be heard on Dallas station 1310 The Ticket at 9pm CST Monday through Friday, on Austin station 1300 The Zone at 9am CST Monday through Friday, and seen on television on The Audience Network for DIRECTV subscribers. Patrick also co-hosts NBC‘s Football Night in America, and serves as a senior writer for Sports Illustrated.
The Box Score, which airs Monday through Friday at noon EST on DIRECTV channel 101, will be the primary test ground for this effort. The Box Score features the “Danettes”: executive producer Paul Pabst (“Paulie”), director of operations Patrick “Seton” O’Connor, talent coordinator /”guest wrangler” Todd Fritz (“Fritzy”), and official show blogger/Sports Illustrated writer Andrew Perloff (“McLovin”). Patrick is an important and regular contributor to The Box Score.