Tom Moore Joins The Farzy Show with Marc Farzetta | Friday, April 22nd, 2022

Happy Earth Day! The Farzy Show with Marc Farzetta is back again talking about all things Philly Sports, joined today by Bucks County Currier Times basketball correspondent Tom Moore. 


Marc wastes no time discussing the Eagles’ decision to move JJ Arcega-Whiteside from Wide Reciever to Tight-end?! Given his size, speed, and ability to block, Farzy will give the polarizing former early-round draft pick the benefit of the doubt for now… 


Then, Farzy points out a brilliant tweet of Alaa Abdelnaby staring down a crowd of 20,000 Canadians after the brilliant final shot by Joel Embiid in Game 3 of the first round. The Sixers go for the sweep on Saturday at 2 pm in Game 4 against the Toronto Raptors. 


Next, on the Rothman Orthopedic Guest Line, Farzetta talks to Tom Moore of the Bucks County Currier Times regarding the Sixers’ impending playoff sweep of the Toronto Raptors. Moore discovers that the Sixers have not swept a playoff series since 1985! Which is crazy for a team that often makes the playoffs. Marc and Tom get into the career move made by Villanova Men’s Basketball coach Jay Wright stepping down and what it means for his career. Is there an NBA job or a return to Wildcats Basketball in his future? Only time will tell. 


Afterward, Marc takes a deep dive into his new obsession with $12 cheese on his first visit to Costco, which changes his outlook on the grocery shopping experience. He thinks, “the only thing Costco needs is a Lazy River and a humidor.”  


Steak and Main help us check in on all the happenings on Social Media, answering all the fans’ comments and talking all things Philly sports. Farzy has a song stuck in his head in this chat check, and the audience reminisces on the 1980s. Sky Motor Cars bring you everything you should know on the Morning Rush, highlighting Andrew McCutchen’s return to South Philadelphia with his new team, the Milwaukee Brewers; catch the game at 7:05 pm tonight. 


On a final note, Marc pays tribute to the late great Sid Mark, a nationally syndicated DJ of Frank Sinatra songs, and describes meeting the icon and his love for Sultan of Swoon’s music. All will miss Sid.


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