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Podcast: Masters Recap, Russell Crowe Divorce Sale and Whose (Stat) Line Is It Anyway?

https://tunein.com/embed/player/p1106426/ On today’s episode of Pod is Life Brennan and Harry discuss all things Masters from the dominance of winner Patrick Reed to Tiger’s troubles and Augusta’s awesome concession stands. This week in Pop Culture the Stranger Things creators are... Continue Reading →

Podcast: Villanova wins it all, The Weekend is back and Will Smith meets a robot

On the second episode of Pod is Life, Brennan and Harry tie up all March Madness loose ends with a full recap of the Final Four and Championship game for both the men's and women's brackets, with a few Sister Jean... Continue Reading →

Kemba Walker’s Historically Good & Bad Night

March 28, 2018 was a complicated day for Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker. Against the backdrop of a 13 point loss, the fans in Charlotte's Spectrum Center rose to their feet to give their talented point guard the standing... Continue Reading →

Why Every Team in the Final Four Will (and Won’t) Win It All

A little over two weeks ago 68 teams set off on this wild ride known as the NCAA Tournament with hopes of being the last team left standing when the confetti falls and one shinning moments begins to play. Today... Continue Reading →

Cooking up an NCAA Champion

Award winning cooks may have different personalities, experience and skills that set them apart from each other but they all bear a uniting common thread, a set of tools that lets them do their job. Whether a baker is making... Continue Reading →

The ABCs Of Finding Out How Much Trouble Your College Basketball Team Is In

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is going to change the landscape of College Basketball as we know it. Working in tandem with the NCAA, the FBI has been slowly building their case against some of the top programs in the... Continue Reading →

3 Things You Didn’t Know About the Morris Twins

Marcus and Markieff Morris were both born on September 2nd, 1989, played college basketball together at the University of Kansas and were drafted into the NBA 7 mins behind each other. To say the pair is close would be a... Continue Reading →

Meet the Programs with More Wins than Louisville from 2011 – 2015

If you went straight into a bunker following the 2013 NCAA Championship Game between Louisville and Michigan and just came out today you would be very confused. Here are a few questions you might be asking yourself : Leonardo DiCaprio... Continue Reading →

The Unannounced Rebuild of the Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago sports fans are all too familiar with the “rebuild”. The Cubs seemed to be an eternal rebuild for the better part of 108 years (albeit with a few strong teams scattered in). The White Sox, notice they are not... Continue Reading →

The All-NBA Injury Team (Volume: II)

We. Are. Back. Injuries suck, which is why we're here to turn a negative into a positive. With the recent string of high profile NBA injuries and the All-Star Game on the horizon we are answering the questions every other... Continue Reading →

Trade Deadline Recap: Cleveland

THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS ARE OWNING THE TRADE DEADLINE.  Simply put, the Cavaliers completely blew up their team.  They have traded everyone they signed/traded for this summer and starting completely over.  Is this enough to get LeBron to stay?  Who knows,... Continue Reading →

Unpacking the Super Bowl + Offseason Questions

Tom Brady and Patriots got the ball back with 2:21 left in the forth quarter down by 5 points. It seemed like another last second comeback was inevitable. But then the unfortunate fate that seems to befall everyone other than... Continue Reading →

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