Reading Time: 3 minutesOhio State was a team that disappointed everyone come March, but where exactly did their season take the wrong turn? On February 14th, they ranked a season high 4th in the country, but it was all downhill from there. After beating Penn State by 10, and improving to 18-4, Ohio State hit the hardest part of their season. In their final 4 games, they would have to play the three best teams in the Big Ten and it was not going to be easy. Going into their first game against Michigan, Ohio State was the hottest...Read More
Author: Adam Giglietti
Reading Time: 2 minutes5. Bryce Callahan While Bryce Callahan has only played 10 games this year, he has been one of the most impactful players on the field this year. Callahan emerged as one of the top slot corners in the league, holding his opponents to a completion percentage of just 54.4%. Along with this, Callahan was able to rack up a pair of interceptions as well as 5 PDs. When Callahan was on the field this year, he was by far a top defender on the Broncos, and when healthy this secondary can be scary with him, Justin...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs a Denver Bronco fan, this past week has really pushed me to my limits. Watching the Broncos get blown out 37-12, behind poor quarterback play, really made me question the future of Drew Lock. This week, Lock was not just bad, but he had one of the worst quarterback performances in Denver Broncos history, which really brings up the question, is Drew Lock the future of the Denver Broncos? Say what you want, there is no exception for throwing 4 interceptions, and completing under 50 percent of your passes. Lock ended his 2019 run, winning...Read More
Interviewing ESPN’s Jay Bilas — Part II: Preparing For Broadcasts, Christian Laettner, G-League and More!
Reading Time: 2 minutesQ: How do you prepare for a game? A: It’s a job that Jay and his colleagues are all immersed in. It’s something he has basically been doing his whole life and he has been studying the game as a broadcaster for the past 25 years. He already had great prior knowledge from playing and coaching in college. Over time he has done lots of studies on the history of the game. You can’t just cover one aspect, you need to be able to cover the entire landscape of the game. Before games, you need to...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesRecently, I had the pleasure of interviewing highly regarded College Basketball broadcaster, Jay Bilas. Below, is the full Q & A with Bilas! What is the hardest part of being a sports analyst? “Well, there’s nothing hard about, there are just challenges to it, but that comes with every job. You just have to be prepared, but to me the hardest thing about my job is travel. Covid-19 is the longest I have ever gone without going on a plane. Before the virus there was not a time where I would go more than one night...Read More
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