The Georgetown women’s basketball team dropped consecutive decisions on the road in New York City, losing to the Columbia Lions on Friday and falling to the Fordham Rams on Sunday. Their offensive struggles continued, as they were held to 49 and 54 points, respectively. The Hoyas faced off against Columbia (5-3, Ivy League) in their…
Nathan and Sky offer their thoughts on both the men’s and women’s basketball teams after their first few games. They focus on the women’s competitiveness and defensive edge as well as the men’s successful weekend in New York at the 2K Empire Classic. Image Credits: Margaux Fontaine
First time caller and long time listener Katie calls into the show and the gang discusses issues in women’s sports from equal pay to revenue generation and much more.
I’m not even kidding when I say that there are exactly three people who caused the Nationals to win the World Series: Joe Paquette, Nico Bocock, and the girl wearing a José Lobatón jersey at Wednesday night’s watch party. Okay, maybe I’m kidding a little bit. I mostly wrote that first bit just to talk…
Get ready for the upcoming season with the first episode of Full Court Press! Nathan and Aaron preview both the men’s and the women’s seasons, providing predictions for where they will end up. Image Credits: Margaux Fontaine
Tracking the evolution of James Akinjo’s freshman season is easy: look at what he did against Marquette. The first time Georgetown squared off against the Golden Eagles, on Jan. 15, Akinjo forced difficult shots throughout, including an ill-advised layup in heavy traffic that he missed down the stretch. The result was an ugly 1-for-10 performance….
So my Stephen Strasburg take is looking pretty good…. And here we are. This is the biggest sporting event that the nation’s capital has been a part of since Super Bowl XXVI, played twenty-seven years ago. This is the biggest baseball game the nation’s capital has been a part of since Game 7 of the…
There are very few times in your life where you can legitimately say that everything you have ever worked for has come down to one moment: right here, right now, what are you going to do going forward? For Stephen Strasburg, that moment comes at 7:08 CST tonight, when he takes the mound against the…
Stephen A. Smith is one of the most recognizable personalities in sports today. His rants are the stuff of legend, spawning countless memes on Twitter and Instagram. There are just so many priceless moments to choose from, which was the unenviable task that we had to undertake. Finding such moments were easy: we listed twelve…
The guys venture around the NFL, NBA, and NHL. Oh yeah, and they ponder the fate of Nathan’s beloved Nationals in the World Series. “It’s painful playing in a nuclear radioactive waste dump, and it’s painful to have no direction.” -Nathan, about 27 minutes in