“The Beacons Shall Be Lit, The Experiments Shall Be Plenty, The Test Subjects Shall Be Rolling In, and “The Mad Scientist’s Sports Lab” Shall Be Open to ALL!”

Good morning Inscriber fans and friends, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Nick Ficorelli, and I am known as “The Mad Scientist of Sports”. It is with great honor and privilege that I have become a part of The Inscriber family, and am bringing “The Mad Scientist’s Sports Lab” to the airwaves starting July 11, 2015 on “The Inscriber Radio Network”

To give everyone a sample of what is to come, here is a link to, and a summary of one of my episodes:


Welcome to “The Mad Scientist’s Sports Lab”, hosted by “The Mad Scientist of Sports” Nick Ficorelli. This is not the average everyday sports show he is bringing to the air waves. “The Mad Scientist” has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. And this time, he is bringing in his top apprentice to help him run the lab – “Stat Boy” Andrew Gluchov, formerly of WTMY 1280AM Sarasota and The Sports Chronicles Radio Network. Be prepared for “mad science” sports talk at its best.

Tonight is another jam-packed episode as we talk about MLB and The Pete Rose Saga/Tragedy, Football, NBA Draft Review and much more. At 10pm,we have Chris Mitchell and Tony Cincotta of RotoExperts joining us to talk about the Pete Rose saga, and whether or not the nail in the coffin to his HOF chances was given, and a little fantasy talk as well. At 10:30pm, we welcome back Robert D. Cobb and Steven Pearce from The Inscriber, to talk some NFL – training camps, OTAs, and any other interesting stories out there. At 11:00pm, we welcome FanSided’s Mike Pendleton to give his review of the NBA Draft – Winners, Losers, Shockers, Sleepers, et al.. And, at 11:30pm, we welcome Mark T. Wilson of TruLuvSports to give his take on the NBA Draft as well.

So friends, be ready for Mad Science in the realm of sports at its best.

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