Best Drama - 2008
Greg Williams versus Mike Rhyner
Next to Jimmy Johnson vs. Jerry Jones, and Mark Cuban vs. Don Nelson, the divorce of Dallas' most popular sports talk radio duo proved one of the most compelling in recent memory. Williams initiated the destruction with Rhyner—his longtime host on The Ticket's The Hardline—via habitual lying and drug use. But the dismissive treatment of Williams by station management and former co-workers escalated the story from a regional phenomenon into national news. The feeding frenzy was unprecedented, generating almost 400 reader comments on our Web site. Or, about 400 more than the following week's dissection of the Rangers. In the final analysis, Williams ruined his career, a radio show and almost his life through reckless, selfish actions. But 15-year friends ignoring him only inflamed the situation. And two wrongs don't make a right. They just make us all sad. For everybody involved.
the "hammer" made this mess,so i dont think you can put any blame on "the boy's" as you put it. the hardline is doing just fine.....
wonder how the other guy's show is going......is it even going?
This, in my oponion is all the doing of "Sweet Clean Greggo" how can anyone on the Hard Line be to blame,all of these men have families they have to look out for, no one in there right mind would want to hang around someone who stoops to doing coke of a toilet seat at his own job , give me a break quit blaming the boys on the Hard Line they are only doing what is best for themselves .