My name is Bob Long (Twitter: @boblongsports), and I am the Founder and President of Bob Long Sports. I am the primary writer, reporter, and Radio Show Host for boblongsports.com. I began this sports website in December of 2009, and have been running it ever since. Bob Long Sports features Opinion Articles, News Stories, a Live Radio Show, Top 25 rankings for both College Basketball and College Football, and much more. I have experience covering every type of sports event or story, including: College Basketball, College Football, MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA, and much more. If you love sports and are seeking interesting opinions about the hottest current sports issues, you will enjoy this website. The site’s contents are tailored to any type of sports fan, and I hope you enjoy reading.
By Bob Long on December 16, 2017
La Salle College High School (2-1) took on defending 6A PIAA State Champion and undefeated Reading High School at Albright College in the Hoop Group Showcase. Check out the podcast of the broadcast.
By Bob Long on December 13, 2017
La Salle College High School (1-1) hosted Constitution (1-1) in a non-league matchup in the home opener for La Salle. Check out the podcast of the broadcast.
By Bob Long on December 12, 2017
In this week’s Villanova Basketball Report, with Bob Long and Tom Trainer, we discuss the previous week in college hoops, including Villanova’s wins over Gonzaga and La Salle. We previous the Big Five Finale for Villanova against Temple on Wednesday, as well as discuss the importance of the Big Five rivalries to Villanova basketball.
Posted in College Basketball, Featured, Podcast | Tagged Big East, Big Five, Georgetown, Jalen Brunson, La Salle University, Marquette, Mikal Bridges, Penn, Phil Booth, Providence, Seton Hall, St. Joseph's, Temple, Villanova | Leave a response
Video: La Salle vs. The Haverford School Basketball Game Broadcast – Don McBride Classic Championship
By Bob Long on December 10, 2017
La Salle College High School earned its spot in the championship of the Don McBride Classic, and faced off against the home Fords of The Haverford School. Check out the podcast of the Video broadcast.
By Bob Long on December 9, 2017
La Salle College High School opened its season with a neutral site matchup against St. Paul’s School in the Don McBride Basketball Tournament at The Haverford School. Tune in to the Video broadcast of the game.
By Bob Long on December 3, 2017
Swarthmore, ranked #12 in the country, the highest ranking in school history, took on Muhlenberg in a Centennial Conference matchup. Check out the highlights of the game!
By Bob Long on December 3, 2017
Swarthmore College, ranked #25 in the country to open the season, took on Hood College in the home opener. Check out the video highlights here!
By Bob Long on November 28, 2017
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long and Tyler Gehlhaus, we discuss Penn State’s regular season finale against Ohio State, as well as the possibilities for a New Years 6 bowl game selection (Start-3:20). We then dove into a discussion about the College Football Playoff selections, the possible scenarios throughout Championship Week […]
Posted in College Football, Featured, Penn State, Podcast | Tagged ACC, Alabama, Auburn, Big Ten, Big XII, Clemson, College Football Playoff, Greg Schiano, Joe Moorhead, John Currie, Miami, Michigan State, Ohio State, Pac 12, Penn State, SEC, Tennessee, Wisconsin | Leave a response
Video: Nittany Lion Sports Report: Thank You Seniors, Penn State Undefeated at Home Two Consecutive Years
By Bob Long on November 20, 2017
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long and Tyler Gehlhaus, we discuss the Penn State win over Nebraska in the season finale, capping the second consecutive undefeated season at home. We ponder the impact this senior class has had on the program and evaluate the talent of Penn State moving forward. We […]
Posted in College Football, Featured, Penn State, Podcast | Tagged Alabama, Auburn, Big Ten, College Football Playoff, Florida Gators, Georgia, NCAA, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State | Leave a response
By Bob Long on November 14, 2017
An efficient Mikal Bridges is a dangerous thing. Bridges scored a game-high 23 points on 7 of 11 shooting, with four blocks, six rebounds, four assists, and five steals. He is every tool in the box, and perhaps his best development has been shooting the basketball. He went 4-7 from 3-point range, including a tough […]
Posted in College Basketball, Featured | Tagged Big East, Collin Gillespie, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, Donte DiVincenzo, Eric Paschall, Jalen Brunson, Jay Wright, Jermaine Samuels, Mikal Bridges, Nicholls State, Omari Spellman, Phil Booth, Villanova, Wells Fargo Center | Leave a response