Host John Balletta and panelist Peter Bransfield round the bases of sports news. Highlights include recaps of Princeton crew and track, an unbelievable first round of the NBA playoffs, a look at the NHL playoffs, and final expectations before the 2014 NFL draft.
Host John Balletta and panelist Stephen Li break down the past week of sports news, including the halfway point of the NBA Playoff’s first round, Donald Sterling’s comments, and Michael Pineda’s pine tar suspension. The show ends with a stirring debate about the greatest sports bust of all time.
Host John Balletta touches base on the week’s happenings in sports, including Princeton baseball and lacrosse, the arrival of the NBA Playoffs, and Michael Pineda’s pine tar controversy.
Host Peter Bransfield and “partner-in-crime” Will Egi go through the latest sports news, primarily a look into the NCAA Tournament Finals between UConn and Kentucky in the Men’s and UConn and Notre Dame in the Women’s. Also on hand, thoughts on the concluding NBA season and more NFL free agency.
Host John Balletta and panelist Peter Bransfield zero in on college basketball as the NCAA tournament whittles its way to a finish. Also featured is a concluding recap to Princeton basketball and general thoughts on the most recent NFL transactions and free agency decisions.
March Madness is in full swing in the RTB studio, as host John Balletta and panelists Peter Bransfield and William Egi break down the college basketball action and break down in tears over massacred brackets. Making a guest appearance on the show is the Assistant Sports Editor at the Daily Princetonian, Eddie Owens, who makes his case for Princeton’s T. J. Bray as the Ivy League Player of the Year and looks ahead to next season.
Host John Balletta and panelist Stephen Li spend nearly all the time on college basketball! Tournament talk features prominently in this edition of the show, sandwiched by Princeton basketball and early MLB predictions.
Host John Balletta and panelist Peter Bransfield dig into a week’s worth of sports, starting with Princeton Men’s and Women’s Basketball before moving into the regional tournaments of college hoops. NBA news is also discussed, including Phil Jackson’s return with the Knicks, the ups and downs of the Lakers, and opinions on the real Mount Rushmore of professional basketball.
Host John Balletta and panelists Peter Bransfield and Francis Adu discuss the Super Bowl, Princeton basketball, and, well, mostly football. Because, after all, the Super Bowl is the Super Bowl.
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.