Host Peter Bransfield and panelists Kevin Zhang and John Balletta recap the NFC and AFC Conference Championships, discuss Super Bowl predictions, detail storylines in the NBA, and debate the position of quarterback and legacy.
Host Michael Bruschi and panelists Pat Harrel, John Balletta, Will Egi, Christian Perry, and McKervin Ceme recap Princeton football’s first victory of the season over Georgetown, review the MLB regular season in its final week of action, attempt to separate the contenders from the pretenders in a heated NFL week 4 recap, and debate in this week’s Final Segment about future potential rule changes in sports.
Host Michael Bruschi and panelists both old (Pat Harrel and John Balletta) and new (Peter Bransfield, Will Egi) preview Princeton football’s season and opening game against Lehigh, recap the action from NFL’s week 2, make playoff and award predictions for the MLB, and debate in the Final Segment about the most underrated/underappreciated athlete of our generation.
Host Michael Bruschi and panelist John Balletta discuss Princeton softball’s weekend doubleheader against Cornell as they put together their winningest season in seven years, recap the action in the first week of NBA playoffs, discuss the NFL draft (with special attention to Princeton’s Mike Catapano, who was drafted by the Chiefs in the 7th round), preview the MLB season for the Phillies and the Red Sox (who would eventually win the World Series in the fall), and debate over the best sports movie of all time in the Final Segment.
Host Michael Bruschi and panelists John Balletta and Pat Harrel review March Madness happenings and preview the Michigan-Louisville title game from later that same night, discuss how the Heat will fare in the NBA playoffs, make their bold predictions about the upcoming MLB season and the Masters tournament, and discuss in the Final Segment how the MLB has changed since 2000.
Host Pat Harrel and panelist John Balletta lament over Princeton men’s basketball’s two weekend late-season losses to Yale and Brown, knocking themselves out of ivy league title contention. The duo also discuss how Princeton’s women would fare in their NCAA tournament 8-9 seed first-round game against FSU. In the NFL segment, they discuss recent trades (with focus on the Percy Harvin and Anquan Boldin trades) and the free agent situation.
Host Michael Bruschi and panelists Pat Harrel and John Balletta discuss Princeton men’s basketball successful ivy league weekend (with wins over both Columbia and Cornell), preview the upcoming March Madness season, make their NBA playoff predictions, and debate in the Final Segment over the most exciting NCAA tournament game of all time.