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The morning after game five of the NBA Finals, Luke and Caleb bring on Producer Danny Murphy for some NBA talk. Tune in to hear them discuss the next season of the NBA, from Giannis' free agency to Golden State's resurrection.Hosted: Caleb Burlingame, Luke Gremban, Danny Murphy
With the 2020 NBA season officially concluded and the NBA Draft only about a month out, mock drafts have been flying out across all major sports outlets such as ESPN, CBS, and Bleacher Report. This draft is unique in the fact that it will come in November, which is normally the beginning of an NBA season. The NBA announced on Wednesday, Oct. 14, that they’re aiming for another season starting around Martin Luther King Day and ending in July 2021, which would put them back on their normal season schedule of October through June.
With 959 digs, 310 spikes, and 803 kills in three years, Franki Strefling, an outside hitter on Eastern Michigan University's volleyball team, is an all-around excellent player. After offering some tips on playing the game, Franki shares what her life as a D1 athlete is like off the court. Franki, Caleb, and Luke talk about everything from stats, to body image, to the recent launch of her YouTube channel.
With MAC football now confirmed to return, schedule’s have been dropping left and right for the Mid American Conference teams that are ready to get back in the hunt for a MAC title and bowl game contention. Among these teams are our beloved Eagles, and although I’m happy to see them return, I am disheartened by their schedule.
EMU and the MAC recently announced that football is expected to return Nov. 4, sans-spectators. Luke and Caleb discuss the risks and the potential impact on performance quality. As of recording time, a schedule had yet to be announced.
On this week’s episode of the Podcast, Luke and Caleb lay bare their thoughts on the Lion’s week one performance against the Bears. Next, they preview the NBA Eastern and Western Conference finals along with keys for success for each team as well as their series predictions.
The Big Ten shocked the world last week when it announced that it was going to return to play an altered eight game season after cancelling their scheduled season in August due to COVID-19 concerns. The Big Ten season will run late October through early December, and end a week before the Big Ten title game. Since football is back in the midwest, could this mean the MAC will return too?
Luke and Caleb debate which NFL teams could overperform and underperform in the 2020 season, drawing on stats from ESPN's Seth Walder as well as Vegas Insider's Super Bowl betting odds.
Last week I wrote an article about three teams I thought could over perform during the 2020 NFL season. I wanted to also include three teams I thought could underperform, but after thinking about it for a while, I decided that this topic deserved it’s own article. We talked about optimism and positivity last week, but now it’s time for a bit of pessimism with the teams I’m going to discuss.
Former Sports Section Editor Chas Post joins us to talk NBA reffing debacles and the future of the Philadelphia 76ers.
The 2020 NFL season is set to get underway Thursday, Sept. 10, when the defending Super Bowl Champions, Kansas City, take on the Houston Texans. A full slate of NFL games will follow on Sunday and Monday night, which has me almost drooling. Fans, including myself, have been so starved for football that this Thursday feels like an actual holiday.
On Aug. 26, the Milwaukee Bucks announced that they would not play their upcoming playoff game in order to protest the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Soon, other teams followed suit, postponing all three playoff games scheduled for that day. Luke and Caleb discuss the impact of the boycott, as well as recent results of both the Eastern and Western Conferences.
With the first round of the NBA postseason coming to a close, it’s time to look ahead to the second round. There are 14 remaining teams in contention for the illustrious Larry O’Brien trophy, and I predict a wildly entertaining second round. Since the Western Conference won’t start the second round until next week sometime, I can only predict the Eastern Conference matchups in front of us.
It's Fantasy Football season! Luke and Caleb invite Hayden Vassar, host of the NFL&U podcast, to talk about their top five sleeper picks.
In our long absence of football, I have found there’s much larger buzz around the fantasy football scene.
Caleb balances out Luke's forecast of the spring football season with some more hopeful predictions. Then, Luke poses the top three questions for the top three NBA teams in each division.
The NFL season is almost upon us, and with it comes another season of fantasy football. Whether you play with friends or with strangers, fantasy football is a fun way to stay involved with players around the NFL while trying to build the greatest team possible. I’ve been grinding fantasy seasons out for the past 12 years, and have honed the art of drafting a team into somewhat of a skill. In order to put my experience to good use, I’ve put together a comprehensive list of a few sleeper picks I think could really help you out in the upcoming fantasy football season.
Caleb lays out his All-NBA picks! If podcasts aren’t your thing, be sure to check out his article here.
With the MLB back up and rolling, I figured it was time to talk about the Tigers. I’ve written articles berating the Pistons and Lions for being so bad for so long, but the Tigers are a little bit of a different story. Yes, the Tigers haven’t made the playoffs since 2014, but they’re certainly headed in a better direction than the other two major Detroit sports teams. Personally, I think the Tigers are closer to playoff contention than the Lions and the Pistons. Let me tell you why.
With the NBA restart coming to our living rooms, I thought it would be fitting to name my selections of the All-NBA first, second and third teams. It was a tough process due to the nature of the 2019-2020 season, due to only being able to judge off of ¾ of a full season. Nevertheless, I narrowed down the 15 players I decided were deserving of all-NBA selections.