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"Jay Onrait has finally found a medium in which he stands a chance to succeed. Stick with the books, kid! Television is just not your thing. And get rid of the other guy immediately." — Regis Philbin
"I'm not going to be one of those people who say something mean about Jay Onrait just for a cheap laugh and a chance to get on his book cover. Besides, who the hell is Jay Onrait?" - Peter Mansbridge
"When I first met Jay Onrait, he was essentially an intern at TSN. I would berate him daily and make him do silly dog tricks to humiliate him in front of the staff. But if that is in this book, I will sue his ass." - James Duthie
"There are only a few people who can carry off a Superman unitard in public and Jay Onrait isn't one of them. As I watched security haul him away at the London Olympics, I said to myself: 'Hello, book blurb!'" — Lisa LaFlamme
"Seriously, a book by Jay Onrait is not to be taken seriously. Except by Jay Onrait, who was driven by the need to work on his spelling." — Dave Hodge
"I can't remember if we've ever met or if I've even heard Jay Onrait speak, but I do know that a book from him at this stage must mean he's set to retire... so it can't be all bad, right?" — George Stroumboulopoulos
JAY ONRAIT has been connecting with Canadian television viewers for the past 15 years on outlets such as Winnipeg’s The Big Breakfast, The NHL Network’s On The Fly, CTV’s Olympic Morning, MuchMore’s The Week That Was, and TSN’s Sportscentre—after his failed childhood attempt at becoming an NHL star (note: he never had a shot). Jay won the 2011 Gemini for Best Sportscaster and now, along with Dan O’Toole, is a host for FoxSports1.
Jay writes a hilarious book here - excellent storytellingPublished 3 months ago by Warren loeffelholz
Hilarious and inspiring. Makes me really miss those two up in Canada. I highly recommend this light read. YOURE OFF THE FORCE BOBROVSKY!!!Published 5 months ago by Wilshire
Anchorboy is an excellent and easy read. Jay Onrait provides a humourous look at his career but makes sure not to treat everything as comedy. A good balance.Published 8 months ago by Mike Bauce
I was a big fan of Jay & Dan on TSN, and the podcast that continued after they left for California. This is one of the first books I've actually read for pleasure in a LONG time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Trevor J Appelt
The book chronicle’s Jay’s start in television and follows his career right through to his departure from TSN with Dan O’Toole as the two headed south to work for FOX Sports 1,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Robb C.
I loved the book, was a funny read for vacation and was timely given the stories about past olympics.
Their podcast is also funny so check it out too.