Category Archive: Sports

Bosa and San Diego Throw Down

By: Connor Lenahan So, how’s that whole Joey Bosa holdout going, Chargers? This is an actual release from the San Diego Chargers that was tweeted from their official account today. In pulling their… Continue reading

Football Christmas 2016

By: Connor Lenahan In mid-August every year from 2007 on a wonderful day has come again and again. The annual fantasy football draft for the XFL, filled with members of my family and… Continue reading

Rest Easy, John Saunders

By: Connor Lenahan One of my dad’s favorite shows to watch every week is The Sports Reporters on ESPN, and as I grew to be a bigger sports fan I would watch with him… Continue reading

Olympic Badminton? Olympic Badminton

By: Connor Lenahan And now we go to Olympic Badminton. Ah yes, the least exciting sport of the weirdest sporting contest ever to exist. You are probably asking yourself why we are even… Continue reading

Football Is Cancelled, Nevermind

By: Connor Lenahan Are you ready for some football? Because the grounds crew at the Hall of Fame stadium isn’t! The 2016 Hall of Fame Game and NFL Preseason should have just kicked… Continue reading

Football Time At Last

By: Connor Lenahan Ah the Hall of Fame game, easily the worst yet most exciting preseason football game of all. Nothing better than watching two teams that want nothing more than to protect… Continue reading

Why Hello, Stanley Cup

By: Connor Lenahan Earlier this year the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup under the guidance of Boston University alum Mike Sullivan, and thanks to the play of BU’s Nick Bonino. Coach Sullivan… Continue reading

Makoto Nagano: Ninja Warrior Legend

By: Connor Lenahan American Ninja Warrior is one of the more entertaining competition shows on television today, but it doesn’t have anything on the Japanese show that it’s based on. Sasuke, or Ninja Warrior… Continue reading

Josh Gordon’s Second Chance

By: Connor Lenahan The NFL announced today that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been reinstated into the league after sitting out all but a few possessions of the last two seasons.… Continue reading

The Teams Are Ready…

By: Connor Lenahan Last night came with sad news. Longtime public address announcer for Boston University Hockey Jim Prior passed away. He’s a voice that’s tied to Terrier hockey more than most anyone… Continue reading