Francesca, nicknamed the "Sports Pope," is leaving his spot at the mic at the end of the year, and Christie, whose term is up in 2018, is a candidate to replace him in his regular afternoon drive time slot.
However, Christie doesn't feel that he was given a fair shot.
On Tuesday, the final day of his two-day audition, Christie complained to his co-host Evan Roberts.
"These are the two worst sports days of the year," Christie said on air. "They gave us the 10th and 11th of July. It's ridiculous. I think they're trying to say to us, 'If you guys can be good then, you can be good any time.'''
Christie was referring to the fact that even though baseball season is in full swing, he had little to talk about since baseball teams were off because of the All-Star break.
The New Jersey governor felt that the radio station had "raised the bar" for him and his co-host.
"They screwed us here," Christie told Roberts.
Meanwhile, the Christie audition popped up on the Don Imus Show Tuesday morning on crosstown WABC 770 AM