Brett Chaves of Fansided.com and Alex Green of the 643 podcast join me to react to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs and look ahead to championship weekend. We also discuss the latest on Deshaun Watson wanting out of Houston.
Brett Chaves of Fansided.com and Ben Pope of the First and Goal: Dean Gridiron Podcast join me to react to Super Wild Card weekend. We also preview the Divisional Round and discuss Deshaun Watson being unhappy in Houston and the Eagles firing Doug Pederson.
Ben Pope of the First and Goal: Dean Gridiron podcast, Brett Chaves of Fansided.com, and CJ Medeiros of http://www.cjspatriotsopinions.com join me to preview wild card weekend in the NFL. We also talk about Doug Pederson deciding to take out Jalen Hurts vs Washington and we look ahead to the offseason for the Patriots, Giants andContinue reading “NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview”
Bryce Gelman of the B ‘n E podcast and WAER Sports in Syracuse joins me to preview the 2020-2021 NBA season.
As the NBA season is about to get underway, James Harden has been making it known publicly that he is not happy in Houston and would like to be traded away, preferably to either the Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks, or Miami Heat. The problem that Harden faces is that he does not haveContinue reading “Best Landing Spots For James Harden”
Watch my discussion with Noah Black and Steven Mazza as we preview the biggest storylines to watch for in the NBA this offseason.
Jake Cohen and Jacob Gannon join me to preview the first round of the NBA Playoffs and make our finals predictions.
As a sports broadcasting student, a lot of people ask me who my favorite sports broadcaster is. However, it is not an easy question to answer. One of my favorite sports broadcasters is Ian Eagle because he is very informative while also bringing humor to his performances. I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity toContinue reading “My Favorite Sports Broadcasters”
ST. PETERSBURG Fla.– The Yankees dropped three of four over the weekend to the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. New York lost a heartbreaker back on Friday by a 1-0 score after a good pitching duel between the two bullpens. The Bronx Bombers then split a double header on Saturday and lost another heartbreakerContinue reading “Yankees Have a Weekend To Forget At The Trop”
If you thought that there couldn’t be another bad situation during a global pandemic you’re surely mistaken. Major League Baseball started this circus show back in February when the players association and owners couldn’t agree on a new collective bargaining agreement. This set up an ugly public battle between the players association and owners, duringContinue reading “Major League Baseball Is The Mess That Keeps On Giving”