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With the 2014 NFL year ending tomorrow (Tues 3/10), we take a look at what went down this past weekend during the "legal tampering period" and what could go down tonight, tomorrow, and the rest of the week. Will the Patriots retain... more

Shay is joined by Garry to run over a final few topics before the Super Bowl on Sunday. We'll go less heavy on Xs, Os, and matchups, and more on prop bets, karma, entertainment, and what to look for Sunday night.

Shay is joined by Garry to discuss Super Bowl XLIX. Of course, a brief detour to Deflategate-land is necessary and will surely result in some salty language and pointed words towards the endless parade of media hacks currently poisoning... more

The Patriots have secured the top spot in the AFC Playoffs. Homefield advantage is nice, but hasn't always mattered in recent seasons. Also, how much will the stars play in the finale against Buffalo? Shay is joined by Deen to discuss.

Red Sox sign Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez. Shay is joined by Deen to discuss.

Shay and Garry preview the 2014 NBA Draft. No one knows what's going to happen, so let's break it down using some common sense and wishful thinking. What will Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Philly do? What will be the fates of... more

Shay is joined by Garry to talk about what, if anything at all, Kevin Love's visit to Boston last weekend meant. They'll also dicsuss the feasibility of Carmelo Anthony coming to Boston, as has been rumored lately. Will Danny Ainge be... more

Shay examines this weekend's Donald Sterling controversy. In light of the owner's racist remarks surfacing, it's necessary to wonder why such a public and media-driven outcry like this one hasn't happened before. Sterling has been a... more

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.

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.

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