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By Bob Long on October 17, 2017
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long and Tyler Gehlhaus, we preview the Whiteout Game between Penn State and Michigan, College Gameday in Happy Valley, and break down the Wolverines. We discuss a wild weekend in college football, including Clemson going down against Syracuse, and three other top 10 losses this weekend.
By Kevin McClernand on October 17, 2017
Bill and Kevin go deep into their predictions for the 2017-2018 NBA season. For each team, they discuss the Under/Over Win Totals, a bold prediction, and the final Conference Standings. Will the Warriors repeat as NBA Champions? How many games can they win in the regular season? Can anyone challenge them in the West? And just how […]
By Kevin McClernand on October 12, 2017
Man, it is already Week 6?!? This season is flying! 1. Just when we think the Steelers have turned the corner they go and get blown out by the Jags. Are the Jags or Steelers more likely to make the playoffs? Kevin: The Steelers have let the Bengals back into the division race, but they […]
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By Bob Long on October 10, 2017
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long and Tyler Gehlhaus, we hand out midseason awards for Penn State, including the Offensive MVP (not named Saquon Barkley), Offensive and Defensive Newcomers, and Defensive MVP (Start-28:50). We then recapped my weekend on the road, at the Swamp in Gainesville, FL for Florida vs LSU […]
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By Kevin McClernand on October 5, 2017
The NFL is off to a WILD start, and therefore the Pick 6 is going to get wild this week also. 1. In 5 years, who will be the best QB in the league? Kevin: There will be a lot new starters 5 years from now. Here’s a list of guys that will most likely be […]
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By Bob Long on October 2, 2017
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long, Tyler Gehlhaus, and Eric Nash, we discuss the team’s 45-14 win against Indiana, and interview Adam Bittner, Sports Digital Media Director of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (4:25-24:55). We broke down in-depth the team’s playcall on 2nd and 3rd and short yardage situations, voicing a concern of […]
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By Bob Long on October 1, 2017
La Salle (4-1) took on Father Judge (2-3) on the Explorers’ Senior Night in a Philadelphia Catholic League matchup. Check out the highlights below as seen on BLS Video, an EXPN Production.
By Bob Long on October 1, 2017
La Salle College High School (4-1) hosted Father Judge High School (2-3) in a Philadelphia Catholic League matchup, on La Salle’s Senior Night. Tune in for the pregame Senior Night festivities and the full broadcast on BLS Video, an EXPN Production.