What’s up, fam? It’s been a bit of time since Gabe and I talked about sports on the airwaves, so tonight we talked about sports on the airwaves. And this was sort of a slow week in terms of on-the-field (or court) action, but it certainly wasn’t slow in the realm of rules violation and [...]
On this week’s edition of the podcast we welcome the one and only Sam “The Ush” Usher to the studio for a breakdown of last week’s Superbowl and an attempt to put the Jeremy Lin explosion into proper perspective.
Other topics include: Ahmad Bradshaw- lap top thief, the life and times of Bear Pascoe, Adam confusing [...]
I’m Adam, and my friend, colleague, and philanthropist Gabe and I are starting a podcast. You know, one where we talk the sports we love, make jokes, just throttle everything, and get you to dig on it. So won’t you join us? Join us. JOIN US.
This week? We’re talkin’ [...]
On this week’s edition of the AWARD-WINNING Sports Rundown, J-Load and HT (sitting in for Gabe) discuss:
1. Who will the Patriots take with their first round draft pick?
2. Where will Tim Tebow fall in the NFL Draft?
3. Do the Celtics have any shot of winning the NBA Finals?
4. Will the Celtics beat the Heat in [...]
Today, on the Sports Rundown….
1. The US Olympic team is dominating the competition in Vancouver.
2. Do the Celtics have enough spark to make a playoff push?
3. The Raiders LOVE their kicker and punter THI$$$$$ MUCH.
Have a nice week, and check on the blog daily for updates from Gabe and Adam on the scene at Sox [...]
The Providence Friars came extremely close to pulling a major upset on Saturday afternoon after closing an seven-point deficit to one with 56 seconds left. However, a desperation Vincent Council three-pointer clanged off of the rim as time expired, giving the Marquette Golden Eagles a 82-79 victory.
The Friars (12-11, 4-7) got off to a hot [...]
In hockey, after a red-hot month of December, the Bruins cooled off a little from their sizzling beginnings. After the all-star break, they put together mixed wins and losses in February and the beginning of March. Nonetheless, they heated up again for the second half of March until the end of the season in April, [...]
The Red Sox won 95 games, good enough for the Wild Card behind the Yankees. The Sox lost to the Angels in the American League Division Series. This winter, the Red Sox have signed pitcher John Lackey, outfielder Mike Cameron, and shortshop Marco Scutaro to avoid falling short in 2010. Here’s Rachel with a lookback [...]
The highlight of RI College basketball was when PC upset then #1 Pitt, but there was a lot more to 2009. Fred has the story.
This piece originally aired as part of the Year in Review, which aired on New Years Day at 11 am.