February, 2011

Pregame Blogs

Pregame Blogs
Videos are just the START of the conversation. Each show has a dedicated blog post with show notes, links, and pics. Plus, the host and guests continue the conversation in the comments section!

Larry Ness

  • NBA Update: Part 2 (Eastern Conference)

    As Gerald Ford once said back in 1974, “Our long national nightmare is over.” Updating to the NBA circa 2011, the Nuggets, like Ford did for Nixon, ‘pardoned’ Carmelo Anthony. The story reads like this; The New York Knicks have acquired Carmelo Anthony...
  • NBA Update (Western Conference)

    The Celtics went 66-16 on their way to the team's 17th NBA title in the 2007-08 season, the first season of the team’s current “Big 3” of Allen, Garnett and Pierce. Boston went 62-20 the next year, the East’s second-best record next to the Cavs, who...
  • CBB Notes (BracketBusters & More)

    The BracketBusters started back in 2003 with the intention of helping out the little guy. The theory being that mid-major schools would get an opportunity to face a quality opponent with a chance of hopefully improving its at-large status. However, in...
  • CBB Notes Part 2 (Feb 7-13)

    The week opened with the nation’s No. 1 team, Ohio State, as its lone unbeaten at 24-0 and Centenary (Summit League) as the lone winless team at 0-25. The Buckeyes’ lone game this week is at Wisconsin (No. 13 in the AP and No. 14 in the coaches’ poll...
  • CBB Notes (Polls, the Unbeatens & the Winless)

    Duke, last year’s national champs, opened No. 1 in both major polls and remained there while stretching its winning streak to 25 games until losing 66-61 at Florida State on January 12. When the polls came out on January 17, Ohio State was the nation...
  • Super Bowl XLV Preview Part 2

    The Packers vs the Steelers make for quite a Super Bowl, as they comprise the first Super Bowl matchup of teams more than 75 years old. The Packers have been in business since 1919 and a part of the NFL since 1921 (hold the distinction as the only NFL...
  • Super Bowl XLV Preview Part 1 (The QBs)

    If someone would have told me that the winning QB in the NFC championship game would have a 55.4 QB rating and that the winning QB in the AFC championship game would have a 35.5 rating and asked me to pick predict the Super Bowl XLV matchup, I would have...