Monthly Archives: July 2016

How I’d Make the Olympics More Exciting by Sterling Pingree

The Olympics are coming up in Rio, allege. There might not be police, the venues might not be done and oh yeah the train system is scheduled to be done 4 days before the opening ceremonies. I want to get excited for the competition though, I really do. But with so many athletes bowing out […]

The Drive AUDIO: Eric Frede & Trenni Kusnierek

Business is about to pick up on the sports landscape. NFL Training Camp is underway, the Red Sox are heading to the West Coast for an 11-game road trip and then there’s that matter of the Summer Olympics. On Thursday, we welcomed in Eric Frede and Trenni Kusnierek from Comcast Sports Net New England to […]

The Drive AUDIO: Kevin Duffy

FOOTBALL IS BACK! How do I know? Because people asked Belichick questions today and he responded with “We’ll see what happens.” Isn’t it great! To talk about the goings on at Day 1 of Patriots training camp, we welcomed in Kevin Duffy of to talk about how the team will split first team reps […]

The Drive AUDIO: Adam Kaufman 98.5 The Sports Hub

During a time of year that is typically the slowest, with the Boston teams there are rarely a dull moment these days. With an update on the Patriots, Celtics and Red Sox, it’s Adam Kaufman of 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston, joining Jim Churchill, Ernie Clark and Mark Paulette to preview Patriots camp, the […]

The Drive AUDIO: Chris Price 7/26/2016

Patriots training camp begins this week and who better to talk to than Chris Price of He previews the important story lines heading into the beginning of the 2016 NFL season.       Catch The Drive weekdays 4pm to 6pm on 92.9fm The Ticket and stream The Drive live at Follow us […]

The Drive AUDIO: Peter Abraham Boston Globe

  Heading into the Red Sox 2-game series with the top team in all of baseball, the San Francisco Giants, we welcomed in Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe. Peter joined Aaron Jackson and Sterling Pingree to discuss Koji Uehara’s usage out of the bullpen, Jake Peavy’s return to Fenway, the futures of Michael Kopech […]

The Drive Audio Chad Finn Boston Globe

  The Major League Baseball All-Star game, whether or not it should determine who gets home field advantage in the World Series, is the best All-Star game in sports. It’s the only game that actually feels like a competition. The NBA has a glorified pick up game where defense is a dirty word and nobody […]