(0:38) March Madness
(19:00) NFL Offseason
(33:38) St. Patrick’s Day (Barstool story at 39:50)
(45:18) Sporcle Challenge: Naming MLB players who hit 35+ home runs and 120+ RBIs since 2000
(54:56) This or That:
Guinness v Jameson v Bailey’s
St. Patrick’s Day v Halloween v Homecoming
It’s almost the one year anniversary of this video.
It was surreal to even be a part of the experience.
Also we have less than an hour until our March Madness tourney Bracket Challenge closes so contact one of us before it’s too late!
This is hopefully the beginning of a beautiful new segment where the DJ’s at Bench Life semi-regularly deliver playlists to the starving public. Seeing as it is the beginning of March with the Madness just around the corner, I’ve compiled a list of songs that I feel could inspire history’s first perfect bracket.
As an avid listener of the BS Podcast, Bill Simmons has been calling for an NBA playoff reform for years. This potential change that’s linked to in the ESPN tweet above has been thrown around for a couple of years now. The idea is that the NBA would eliminate Conference seedings and determine playoff spots with just the 16 best teams. If we’re being honest I don’t hate the move. Read more
Valentine’s Day is all about showing some love, and that includes our favourite athletes too. Bromances are everywhere, but there are a few that stand out a bit more than others. Every sport has them, and whether intentional or not, they’ve became a part of what fans love to see.
NBA: Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan
Sorry for the super clickbaity headline but it’s rolls off the tongue a lot better than “The 5 Worst Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks of the Past Two Decades (since 1998) sorted by Quarterback Rating (Football Reference not ESPN)”. Either way, if you’re a fan of any of these teams or any of these quarterbacks, this is an unbiased look at the 5-worst regular seasons by a Super Bowl winning quarterback based on Quarterback Rating. So don’t take too much stock in this. Regardless of any unflattering numbers or words surrounding these players is easily dismissed with the “shut up and count the rings” argument.
I always find the Calder Memorial Trophy to be one of the most intriguing award races throughout the course of an NHL season. Rookie players are volatile and predicting their value at the start of the campaign is incredibly difficult. This is why we see some rookies come straight out of the draft to enjoy immediate success, others develop in the minor leagues until properly seasoned, some are hidden gems from the college ranks or overseas, and some just frankly come out of nowhere. Every hockey player dreams of having their name etched on a trophy that has been won by Barret Jackman (2002-2003) and Andrew Raycroft (2003-2004) so without further ado, let us take a look at the top rookies in the NHL so far this year. Read more
With the World Juniors around the corner and Olympics closely following, Canadian hockey fans are waiting on bated breath to see who will represent us in Pyeongchang…
Without the NHL’s participation in the Olympics, one of the most anticipated international hockey tournaments of the year will likely turn into the Spengler Cup with better media coverage.
With the potential exclusion of Russia at the Olympics the field could be wide open. The Americans will send an NCAA all star squad, while Sweden and Finland will scrounge from their professional leagues to fill out their rosters. But given the sheer volume and reach of their hockey program, there are plenty of options at Canada’s disposal.