BSU Basketball COVID Update

This week, I had the pleasure of chatting with legendary BSU basketball coach, Joe Farroba, about his plans to prepare for an unprecdented season. Last season ended when the bears lost to Salem State in the late February MASCAC Tournament Quarterfinal. Despite finishing with a 10-15 record, the team was 7-5 in conference play although […]

BSU Football COVID Update

When head BSU football Coach, Joe Verria, found out back in early July that his team would not have a season this upcoming fall, he was concerned about how the school and his players would respond. After talking to coach on Zoom today, it was clear he could not be prouder of his guys. After […]

NBA Finals Week 1

The NBA Finals are finally here. Usually in June, the Finals are being played later due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is the first time that the games are played in a neutral location at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.   The finals matchup is between the Los Angeles Lakers and […]

Celtics Conference Finals

This week, the Celtics appeared in the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in four years. They faced the Miami Heat, but this time in a bubble at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. To keep athletes safe and prevent further spread of coronavirus, a sports bubble is created where all matches are held in […]

NFL Week 1 Recap

The 2020 NFL season has just begun. A season in which many stadiums will have no fans because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A season that gave teams less preparation due to an off-season cut short and a cancelled preseason.  A season in which the players protest the national anthem for social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement. A […]

Spreading Good News

Most of us are stuck at home with limited contact to our friends and family while the repetition of “six feet!” is costing us our sanity. It’s not easy to stay home while bombarded with what feels like constant negativity from pandemic media coverage, social media or the radio. In these difficult times, it can […]

The Days Sports Took a Backseat

About a month has passed since the world of sports stopped after the spread of COVID-19. The lasting image in my mind and fans everywhere is the caution tape covering the floor in Oklahoma City after the announcement that Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus just minutes before tipoff. After that day, […]