Episode 6: The Warriors

On an outsized, nearly-two hour “Tuesday Night Quarterback,” Mike Pavlichko returns with some big interviews.

A look at how the Top Ten fared includes postgame reaction from Watchung Hills’ comeback win over Phillipsburg, their first-ever win over the Liners, 21-20, with Cornell-bound quarterback Chad Martini and receiver John Bechtle, as well as head coach Rich Seubert. And Mike tracks down legendary sportswriter Harry Frezza – who covered the game – at a diner in Bound Brook to talk about it.

Union head coach Lou Grasso weighs in on his team’s shutout win over ranked St. Joe’s of Metuchen, and Somerville head coach Dallas Whitaker talks about avenging last year’s defeat at the hands of Summit with a come-from-behind win in Week Four.

Dom Savino has potsgame reaction from defensive back Jelani Devonish-Wynter, QB Frankli Garbolino, and head coach Mike Cipot following North Brunswick’s thrilling 21-20 win over Edison Friday night, in the Big Central Game of the Week powered by Bellamy & Son Paving.

Matt Bastardi of Elite QB Football Training Academy discusses how he got into the business of training quarterbacks, including his time growing up in Texas and playing career at Delaware, in the first of a three-part series.

We debut a new segment with Tom Luicci of SI.com and TMG Sports (The Media Guys), where the former Rutgers and national college football beat writer for the Star-Ledger and NJ.com continues his “College Football Plus” column. Tom is our first Scarlet Knights-related guest on “Rutgers Recap,” as we look back at the week gone by in RU football.

Bryan DeNovellis of News12 New Jersey Sports – and a voter in our Big Central Media Poll – talks about how they cover so many games in one night, and the best teams he’s seen in the Big Central and even the Shore Conference in 2020.

The new Central Jersey Sports Radio Top Ten and Big Central Media Polls are unveiled, with a good deal of changes after four teams – Old Bridge, Phillipsburg, St. Joseph-Metuchen and Cranford all lost.

Finally, Mike explains why this year could be a test drive for future playoff structure changes.

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