NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle Richardson: Louisville brought down a tough opponent Duke; Trojans topple Stanford 82-78; plus more

courierjournal.com photo: The Louisville Cardinals Quinn Slazinski (11) does the reverse slam as Duke’s Jordan Goldwire (14) could only watch during Saturday’s game in Durham SC NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle Richardson: #1 Louisville (15-3) got a win over Duke (15-3) on Saturday 79-73. For Louisville four players in double figures David Johnson (19), DwayneContinue reading “NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle Richardson: Louisville brought down a tough opponent Duke; Trojans topple Stanford 82-78; plus more”

Kings down the Knicks 113-92 in the Garden

By Charlie O. Mallonee The Sacramento Kings took the opportunity to build off their first win on Friday night to put victory number two in the book by crushing the New York Knicks 113-92 on Sunday night in the Garden. Teams traveling to the East Coast from the West can sometimes suffer from fatigue andContinue reading “Kings down the Knicks 113-92 in the Garden”

NCAA Football podcast with Michelle: ACC officials fail to put one second on clock in UNC loss; Will bill pass to pay college athletes?; Wazzu win their third straight 31-24

photo from seattlepi.com: North Carolina running back Michael Carter (8) leaps over Wake Forest defensive back Nasir Greer (3) and North Carolina wide receiver Dyami Brown (2) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Winston-Salem, N.C., Friday, Sept. 13, 2019. Wake Forest won 24-18. On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle: #1Continue reading “NCAA Football podcast with Michelle: ACC officials fail to put one second on clock in UNC loss; Will bill pass to pay college athletes?; Wazzu win their third straight 31-24”

Busted Brackets Podcast Episode 2 March 27, 2017: The Sweet 16!

    Your hosts: Vasu Vaddiparty & Charlie O What does your bracket look like? Who is the surprise team in the Sweet 16? Is this truly a “chalk” tournament? Can we expect any upsets in the Sweet 16? If you are investing, who should you put your money on? Who will make the FinalContinue reading “Busted Brackets Podcast Episode 2 March 27, 2017: The Sweet 16!”

Tyler White’s walk-off homer lifts the Astros to a 5-4 victory over the A’s

Photo credit: @astros By Jerry Feitelberg The Houston Astros beat the Oakland A’s 5-4 in the rubber match at Minute Maid Park on Wednesday afternoon. It was a very competitive game as both teams organized come-from-behind rallies to either take the lead or tie the game. The Astros won the game in the bottom ofContinue reading “Tyler White’s walk-off homer lifts the Astros to a 5-4 victory over the A’s”

A’s snap the Astros’ six-game win streak with 4-3 victory

Photo credit: @Athletics By Jerry Feitelberg The Oakland A’s beat the Houston Astros 4-3 at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday night. The A’s snapped the Astros’ six-game winning streak and with the win, moved just 1 1/2 games behind the Astros for first-place in the AL West. The A’s sent Edwin Jackson to do theContinue reading “A’s snap the Astros’ six-game win streak with 4-3 victory”

Astros win their sixth in a row as they trounce the A’s 11-4

Photo credit: @Athletics By Jerry Feitelberg The Houston Astros, who had struggled when they had three All-Stars on the DL, pounded the Oakland A’s at Minute Maid Park on Monday night by a score of 11-4. Jose Altuve, George Springer, and Carlos Correa, are all back in the Astros’ lineup and they showed the A’sContinue reading “Astros win their sixth in a row as they trounce the A’s 11-4”

What just happened? Astros blowout the A’s on Saturday night 11-0

by Charlie O. Mallonee The Oakland Athletics ran headlong into reality at 100 mph as the World Champion Houston Astros reminded the “Green and Gold” who they were playing as they were humbled on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park. The Astros shutout the Athletics 11-0 before a delighted sellout crowd who came to see theirContinue reading “What just happened? Astros blowout the A’s on Saturday night 11-0”

Preview: Weekend series in Houston between A’s and Astros

Photo credit: @OddsShark By Jerry Feitelberg The Oakland A’s, following the blueprint developed by the Houston Astros, will meet the Astros for the first time this season for three games starting Friday night. The Astros, who were terrible and lost over 100 games for three straight years, are now the defending World Champion Astros whoContinue reading “Preview: Weekend series in Houston between A’s and Astros”

New Year’s Eve Nightmare as Kings lose to the Grizzlies 114-96

by Charlie O. Mallonee with Jordan Chapin On New Year’s Eve at the Golden 1 Center, something happened that has not really been heard in the new building. In the third quarter, fans began booing their hometown Kings. They were frustrated with their play and the fact that the Kings were trailing the Grizzlies 90-63.Continue reading “New Year’s Eve Nightmare as Kings lose to the Grizzlies 114-96”