Tag Archive: Basketball

Basketball Christmas

By: Connor Lenahan Much like the NFL there is a night where the league schedule¬†technically begins. This would be the first Thursday Night Football game for the NFL or last night’s “opening night”… Continue reading

Missing Lacey

By: Connor Lenahan A few weeks ago, right around the beginning of the NCAA Tournament, I saw a video start to get shared around on Facebook. The video told the story of Michigan… Continue reading

Spirit

By: Connor Lenahan If you follow this blog at all, you’ll know I am throughly obsessed with Boston University basketball. I won’t shut up about it. I refuse to apologize for it either.… Continue reading

Forever

By: Connor Lenahan I didn’t believe the news when I first read it. It shocked me. It made everything else in my life irrelevant. This morning word came out that Maurice Watson Jr,… Continue reading

End of the Road

  By: Connor Lenahan You know, at this point, it might just be Parkland High School. Tonight my high school, Abington Heights, played DJ Irving’s old stomping grounds, Archbishop Carroll, in the second… Continue reading

One More Game

By: Connor Lenahan Earlier today I sat down to watch my brothers on the BU basketball team take on Army. We had previously beaten Army twice this season, however, both games were nail… Continue reading

The Article

By: Connor Lenahan BU Today ran the story pictured above on me today. I am still crying. It’s a life highlight. Thank you to Erik Duda and Amy Laskowski for your wonderful work.… Continue reading

My School

  By: Connor Lenahan There’s no way for me to rationally talk about Boston University. I’ve been trying for a while now to try and collect my thoughts in an organized manner. Something… Continue reading

Senior Day

By: Connor Lenahan Tomorrow is going to be a sad day. Tomorrow Boston University plays host to Bucknell in BU‚Äôs final home game of the regular season. It is also senior day. So… Continue reading

Victorious

By: Connor Lenahan It was a prize fight. It was tense. It was frustrating. It was incredible. It was exactly what I wanted to see. Tonight was a big win for Boston University.… Continue reading