Ryan, Safe, Chris, and Jake look back on the week that was, talk a little March Madness, and get you all set for the upcoming slate. This is quite generic but trust us, it's a good discussion.
#1 Albany beats #2 Maryland, Johns Hopkins 18-7's Syracuse, the Ivy League has the upper hand against B1G teams, and a lot more to make sense of between Ryan, Safe, and Chris on this edition of College Crossecast.
Ryan, Safe, Chris, and Adam look back on a week of upsets, get you all set for a jam packed weekend with #1 Albany at #2 Maryland, Duke-Loyola, Denver-Notre Dame, and a little matchup between Johns Hopkins and Syracuse, and give you some takes on The Oscars.
Ryan, Safe, and Jake cover the fun of last week's games, try to dissect Penn State's situation, some fun ones in Syracuse-Army and Penn-Duke, and Ohio State's escape in DUUUVAAAAALLLLL. We also get you set for a packed weekend with Maryland-Notre Dame, Virginia-Syracuse, and (#3) Johns Hopkins-(lost 18-7 to unranked) Princeton on the docket. Jake and Ryan also bring to the forefront a million dollar idea for schools and TV: SATURDAY NIGHT LACROSSE! Oh, and Ryan gets a credit card.
Ryan, Safe, and Chris tackle a weekend filled with close games, Duke closing it out against Denver in a top 5 duel, plenty of #WhitneyInOT, and Loyola beating down Hopkins while Albany decimated Syracuse. Ryan attempts story time again and the crew picks their winners for the upcoming week.
Adam & Safe preview Hopkins vs. Towson this weekend, JHU apparently re-upping their TV contract with ESPN, JHU’s new Under Armour uniforms, Lord Belichick rocking Hop colors at the Super Bowl, and more.
Ryan and Jake get things back in the lacrosse direction with a preview of the Patriot League and Big East, a discussion of the start of the season being.. this weekend?, and previewing this week's big games. Plus, the Winter Olympics and the Emmy-grabbing amazingness that is 'This is Us'
Safe and Chris spare everybody else by getting all the Eagles Super Bowl stuff out of the way and save the next episode from being 3 hours long with an hour and a half being dedicated to the Eagles and then rushing the Big East and Patriot League previews into 10 minutes.
Oh yeah, the Eagles won the Super Bowl if you haven't heard.