The 53rd annual ECAC tournament kicks off tomorrow, and rolls on through the next three weekends. RPI, who secured themselves a 7th seed with a solid regular season, will face 10th seeded Dartmouth in the first round as they try to make a deep run.
Earlier on Joe & Brix, RPI Head Coach Seth Appert joined the program to talk about his team and their prospects heading into the weekend. During their conversation, Appert shed some light on his team’s 14-14-6 season, their chances in The Dance, what his team learned for their earlier, highly publicized fight with the Union Flying Dutchmen.
Check out the interview below, and as always, make sure to listen to Joe & Brix, weekdays from 3-7 on 104.5 The Team.
It was a big day for the New York Rangers today, as the organization pulled off a monster of a trade, sending Captain Ryan Callahan and two draft picks to Tampa Bay for Martin St. Louis. The move was executed just hours before the trade deadline and it has been met with quite a mixed response from fans, players and media alike.
Earlier today former Rangers Captain Dave Maloney hopped onto Joe & Brix to break down what this deal means for the Blue Shirts. During their conversation, Maloney discussed the impact ofSt. Louis, the departure of Callahan and the difficulty of replacing a team leader in the locker room.
Check out the interview below, and check out Joe & Brix on 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio.
After wilting to the miserable Detroit Pistons, it’s official: The Knicks have hit rock bottom. The team lacks effort, looks dejected and plays virtually no defense. They are destined to miss the post season, they don’t have a first round pick, and Carmelo Anthony may leave as a free agent. Things aren’t looking too good.
Today on Joe & Brix, Ian Begley of ESPN New York hopped on to discuss the current state of the club. During the conversation, Begley shared his insight on Melo’s free agency, J.R. Smith’s playing time and his opinion on Adam Silver’s new age restriction for incoming players.
Check out the interview below, and as always, check of Joe & Brix on 104.5 The Team, weekdays 3-7pm.
When the Giants opened their 2013 campaign with six straight losses, everyone knew the season was over. They weren't going to make a run, they weren't going to the playoffs, they weren't going anywhere.
The Oscars were yesterday, and of course that meant that the fashion police were out in droves. But actresses in stylish Gucci dresses weren’t the only statements being made over the weekend, the sporting world decided to get in on the action too.
Normally the month between the end of the NFL and the beginning of March Madness are void of great sports content. This year has certainly served as an exception to that rule. From local product Jimmer Fredette being bought out, to 'Cuse losing to Duke, this has been a jam packed week here at The Team
In recent years, the line between player and fan has become increasingly blurred. Not, of course, in the minds of those who actually matter, but certainly in the minds of the fans. "We have an impact on the game, it's our duty to get involved in the action as much as possible," they'd say. "We paid good money for their sets, we deserve the right to say and do whatever they want to the opposition," they'd continue.
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