Sports radio is a fickle business. You're never quite sure if your favorite hosts will be on-air the same time of day next year or even next month. Sometimes change is good, though, even when it means shaking up a thing you've grown accustomed to. In August 2015, 560 WQAM added former Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder to its popular Hochman and Krantz show, which runs weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m. The results have been tremendous. Crowder — an instant hit with sports radio fans following his playing days — adjusted perfectly to the new surroundings. He plays brilliantly off Marc Hochman's humor, which at times can be, um, special. The pair is salt-and-pepper perfect, with a splash of Krantz for spice. The result is an especially entertaining sports radio show recipe with something extra.