photo: The Atlantic We chat with John Fanta of the Big East digital network about the surprise start by Seton Hall, how far St John’s can go and who is still the team to beat in The Big East! Listen Up!
It’s Podcast time! This week we’re talking about Seton Hall’s win over Rutgers in the Garden State Hardwood Classic, the Giants “season” coming to an end, and whether or not the Knicks are in full ping pong ball accrual mode. Photo: www.shu.edu
Who are the sleepers? Who are the early-season favorites? How will Seton Hall and Rutgers do this year? Matt Loughlin and John McAleavey talk college basketball with DraftKings hoops expert Greg Ehrenberg. Featured Image: draftkings.com
Rutgers, despite a strong showing from the defense, can not capitalize on a down year at Penn State and falls at home to the Nittany Lions. They prep for the season finally, a tough road trip to Michigan State. photo: nj.com
Chris Carrino, veteran play-by-play announcer for the Brooklyn Nets, is our guest for this week’s Podcast. He tells us that there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel for Nets fans. How you ask, listen and find out. Photo: NetsDaily
On Sunday, I experienced exactly what the great Jim McKay used to proclaim on ABC’s Wide World Of Sports: the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Only for me, it happened in reverse order. Photo: Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
A deep-dive into the New York Giants with Pat Leonard, the Giants beat writer for the New York Daily News. Who’s to blame for the 1-5 start? Has Eli lost the locker room? Is there any hope left this season? Featured Photo: nypost.com
On this week’s Podcast, John and Steve are talking Week 5 in the NFL. The Jets looked good on both sides of the ball in beating the Broncos, and the Giants lost to the Panthers on a 63-yard Graham Gano game winner at the gun. Photo: Sporting News