By Bob Long on February 21, 2012
In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, which airs every Monday evening from 7-9PM on Bob Long Sports, we began by discussing Penn State THON, the 46 hour dance marathon and the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, which raised over $10.6 million to fight pediatric cancer (Start-20:20). Then, we discussed college basketball in […]
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By Bob Long on May 30, 2011
On this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we talked about Jim Tressel’s resignation from Ohio State (Start-26:20), the concept of bowling over catchers in baseball after the injury to Buster Posey (26:20-46:45), and the prospect of expanded instant replay in Major League Baseball, after the controversial call in today’s Tigers vs. Twins game (46:45-1:00:00). […]
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By Bob Long on November 23, 2010
Title: 11/22 Sports Blitz This Bob Long’s Sports Podcast analyzes the MLB Awards, the FCS Playoffs, the big College Football games this week, Pennsylvania High School Football, and a short piece about Penn State Basketball. With Chris Pierangeli and Kevin Long.
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By Bob Long on November 2, 2010
Title: Sports Blitz In this Bob Long’s Sports Podcast, Chris and I discuss the Penn State Michigan game, and analyze the 2010 World Series.
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By Bob Long on October 5, 2010
Title: 2010 MLB Playoff Predictions In this podcast Chris and I give our playoff predictions from the division series to the World Series. Also, our first “Rooftop Report” was instituted in this podcast. Finally, we played America’s Favorite Game, “Name that Molina.”
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By Bob Long on August 30, 2010
Title: 2010 MLB Awards Part 2 of the MLB Series podcast, in which Chris Pierangeli and I discuss the end of the season MLB Awards, including Cy Young, MVP, Rookie of the Year, and Coach of the Year.
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