February 14, 2014 | Robert Canady
The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) consists of nine teams from Charleston, SC to Boston, MA. Each one of those cities has been pounded by winter storm PAX this week, throwing travel plans into chaos, postponing games and having everyone think about warmer times ahead. Hopefully those warmer times will begin the first weekend in March [...]
February 14, 2014 | Nick Dorsey
It has been two full NFL seasons now for the quarterbacks of the 2012 draft class. Expectations were high going into the April draft that year, but those expectations skyrocketed once they performed at a high level during their rookie seasons. The performances were so overwhelming from some of these draftees, that some were comparing [...]
February 13, 2014 | Nick Dorsey
It is the first time team USA has hit the ice since the 2010 Winter Olympics when they brought home the silver medal from Vancouver. It was a devastating overtime loss at the time, but ever since that moment expectations for this Olympic season are high for the US squad. Team USA is a well-built [...]
February 12, 2014 | Drew Forrester
I assume Kimmie Meissner isn’t skating this time around…yes? no?
February 11, 2014 | Nick Dorsey
After a deflating one goal loss at home to the New York Islanders, the Capitals finished strong before the NHL took its Olympic break. After missed chances and failed opportunities costed Washington two points, they had two more home games to improve upon. Winnipeg was a good test to see how the team would respond [...]
February 11, 2014 | Drew Forrester
Who broke YOUR heart? I’m taking you down the road of heartache and heartbreak of Baltimore sports.
February 10, 2014 | Glenn Clark
Glenn offers his weekly preview, touching on events both inside and outside of the sports world…
February 09, 2014 | Brett Dickinson
Brett & Barry react to headlines like Russell Wilson playing for the Rangers, the Sochi Olympics accomendations and much more.
February 07, 2014 | Marty Mossa
On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. The nation was in a state of shock, disbelief, and deep depression. As the U.S. tried to restore a sense of normality, teenagers in particular struggled to cope, as their disbelief began to be replaced by a personal reaction to what had [...]
February 06, 2014 | Nick Dorsey
Defense wins championships has been a phrase that has stood out in the NFL when talking about the teams who are hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at seasons end. In the modern era of football, it is a league that is tailored to the offense and quarterbacks. Offenses are putting up stats that [...]