Bruce Marshall of the Gold Sheet joined STM for a last minute advice segment on how to bet the NCAA tournament. Check it out here:
Mike Trout signed a $430 million deal with the Angels this week, making him the richest athlete in American sports. Is he worth it? Absolutely, even if the Angels never win anything big with him. Also on the show, a history of the 5/12 matchup in the NCAA Tournament and why it is such a … Continue reading “Borkey Show: Mike Trout’s deal isn’t bad for baseball. Quite the opposite, actually”
As we’ve told you many times already this week, both Ole Miss and MSU are in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2002. David Brandt who covers Mississippi Sports for the AP joined STM to preview the opening round matchups
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It’s the podcast version of the Jordan Flu Game – While fighting through an illness, I take a look at the worst ending to a basketball game I’ve ever seen, which happened Saturday night Also on the show, why a viral fight video is a reminder of the worst of sports media
Southern Miss got conference play rolling with a huge sweep over the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech. Scott Berry joined STM to recap the big weekend
Today’s show is our first reaction to Sundays bracket reveal. Ole Miss/MSU make NCAA tournament for the first time since 2002. Our first look at their matchups. A shoutout to CBS. 5 gambling facts. And couple upset and Final Four picks
Conference play in the SEC begins this weekend and who better than Kendall Rodgers to join STM with an in-depth preview. Check it out here…
You may have been distracted by basketball, understandably so, but we do have a couple of important baseball series coming up. Richard Cross and Brian Hadad preview the upcoming weekend
After a quick recap of last night’s hoops action in the SEC tournament – We look at the three new programs under NCAA investigation, what they did, and what it means.
Major League Baseball, in an effort to increase offense and speed up the games, will experiment with some strange new rule changes in partnership with an Independent League. We tell you what those are, and break down whether or not they would actually make a difference.
In the Rebel baseball team’s biggest test to date, they did not rise up to the challenge, dropping two midweek games to Louisville. What went wrong? Borkey and Rippee of STM discuss here: