On-Demand Episodes

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The Bruins have won 12 straight games and go for 13 tonight against the Canadiens. Shay visits a familiar phenomenon to explain why. Hint: It's the same principle that guided the Red Sox to the AL's best record last year.
00:19

Shay talks about the excellent documentary "Requiem for the Big East" which aired as part of ESPN Films' "30 For 30" series this past Sunday night.
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to break down the NCAA Tournament brackets. Why are Louisville and Kentucky so low? What major conference teams are vulnerable? Who did Sean Miller pay off to get the easiest draw in tournament history? We'll... more
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to discuss the Patriots' acquisition of Darrelle Revis. Did Bill Belichick catch a break or had he been plotting this for months?
00:43

Shay is joined by Garry to discuss the first day of NFL free agency. Some players have already agreed to deals while the real feeding frenzy gets ready to pick up this afternoon.
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to talk about a mixed bag of topics on a Friday afternoon. They'll hit on the NBA, NHL trade deadline, MLB spring training, NFL free agency, and NCAA stretch run.
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to talk about a hodgepodge of topics. With the Olympics over, we look towards spring training, the NBA draft, NHL stretch run, and other newsworthy topics from around the sports world
00:43

Shay is joined by Garry to revisit the trade that *didn't* send A-Rod to the Red Sox exactly ten years ago this week. ESPN released a 30 For 30 short entitled "The Deal," which reminded us about the wild ride the northeast was taken on... more
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to discuss Peyton Manning's performance in Super Bowl 48 and what it means to his almighty "leagcy." Some say it was tarnished. Some say he should still be considered the greatest. Maybe he just stayed where he is?
00:45

Shay is joined by Garry to wrap up the final game of the 2013 NFL season. The Seahawks proved that in this Golden Age of NFL offenses and video game statistics, a great defense still beats a great offense.

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