The Luckiest Kid in the World

It’s Friday, so Joe Buck only has one thing on his schedule. He just left Kinko’s, where he gets his gameday boards printed and bound. The boards are 11 inches wide and 17 inches long and spiral bound with opposing teams’ offenses and defenses on back-to-back pages. He’s spent a couple hours each of the … Continue reading The Luckiest Kid in the World

Terriers Drop Barn Burner to Minutemen

BOSTON – In a hockey game that quickly became a track meet, Boston University (10-11-3, 8-6-2 HEA) fell to visiting University of Massachusetts Amherst (20-5, 12-3 HEA) 7-5 on Friday, Feb. 1. The Terriers, who had won their last four games against Hockey East opponents, were without senior captain Bobo Carpenter for the second game … Continue reading Terriers Drop Barn Burner to Minutemen

2016 Missouri Boys Soccer State Quarterfinals Penalty Kicks (Video)

This video was one of my most popular, and it was also the easiest to make, only requiring cutting clips from our live broadcast of the match. I provided the commentary in real time on the broadcast, and, as far as the video is concerned, I added a dynamic scoreboard to the top of the video … Continue reading 2016 Missouri Boys Soccer State Quarterfinals Penalty Kicks (Video)

A Journey Through a Battle of Knights and Lions (Longform)

  Robert O’Loughlin takes a knee during an injury in the Knights game against FZE (Chase Meyer) It is often said that football is a game of numbers. 409 yards; two turnovers. 28 points; 17 penalties. One loss. These are all numbers recorded by the Francis Howell North Knights football team against the Fort Zumwalt … Continue reading A Journey Through a Battle of Knights and Lions (Longform)