Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Jesse Korzen debate which of the seven Kentucky players should’ve stayed in school. How far can the Chicago Bulls go in the playoffs with a healthy Derrick Rose? Massachusetts Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Ross Gienieczko stops by to talk some UMass baseball. And if the season were to start today, which teams in the AFC East would finish first through fourth?
Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Tim pick out the best, worst and most shocking games from the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Kevin Durant is out again. Will this hurt the Thunder’s playoff chances? Anthony Chiusano joins the desk to talk some UMass men’s lacrosse. And the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will now be played in the winter. Good move?
Today on Inside the Park, host Marc Jean-Louis examines the NCAA Tournament Bracket. Which teams got the best positions, which teams are lucky to be in the field at all and which teams got cheated from the tournament. Also, Massachusetts Daily Collegian editor-in-chief Nick Canelas joins the show to talk how the UMass men’s basketball team’s season came to an abrupt end.
Today on Inside the Park, Jesse and Marc discuss how Major League Soccer avoided their first work stoppage in league history. The Connecticut and Princeton women’s basketball teams are both on 29-game winning streaks. Which one will end first? Massachusetts Daily Collegian women’s basketball correspondent Arthur Hayden sits down to recap the UMass Minutewomen season. And scoring in men’s college hoops has been going down. Cause for concern?
Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Tim discuss the freshman ineligibility proposal from the Big Ten Conference. Which injury hurts more? Patrick Kane’s or Derrick Rose’s? Massachusetts Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk UMass hockey as the Hockey East tournament rounds the corner. And what will Josh Hamilton’s legacy be in Major League Baseball following his most recent drug and alcohol relapse?
Today on Inside the Park, host Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst Tim Dennehey discuss what one can expect from Peyton Manning in the 2015 NFL season. Who were the winners and losers in this MLB offseason? Massachusetts Daily Collegian editor-in-chief Nick Canelas sits down to discuss the UMass men’s basketball team and if they will make the NCAA tournament. And which team will win that eighth spot in both the NBA Eastern and Western Conferences.
Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Jesse discuss whether the ban should be lifted from Pete Rose’s Hall of Fame candidacy. Can George Karl lead the Sacramento Kings to the NBA playoffs within the next four years? Massachusetts Daily Collegian women’s basketball correspondent Arthur Hayden joins the show to talk about the UMass Minutewomen’s season. And can anyone take down the Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball team?
Today on Inside the Park with Marky Mark, host Marc Jean-Louis looks back at the last play of Super Bowl XLIX. Is Manchester United’s offseason spending spree paying off this season? Massachusetts Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Andrew Cyr joins the show to recap Signing Day for the UMass football team. And is Syracuse University’s self-imposed postseason tournament ban legitimate or just a cop-out?
Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst John Andersen recap the Patriots Super Bowl over the Seahawks. Does the All-Star in sports really mean anything anymore? Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk about the recent performance of the UMass hockey team and their upcoming games against Northeastern and No. 10 UMass Lowell, as well as the surge of Brandon Montour. And No. 2 Virginia lost their first game against No. 4 Duke this past weekend. How?
Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly producer Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan recap the Patriots 45-7 rout over the Colts. Who would you draft? Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota? Where would they go? Massachusetts Daily Collegian football correspondent Andrew Cyr joins us to to talk UMass football. And is the Atlantic 10 a true power conference in college basketball?
22 points from Kim Pierre-Louis and 18 from Cierra Dillard bump the Minutewomen back up to 0.500 as they defeat American University 71-61 at the Mullins Center on Saturday.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian sports web producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly producer Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan team up to discuss North Dakota State football, professional sports playoff formatting, African Americans in Major League Baseball and the controversy of NFL policy through the fining of Colin Kaepernick.
Seven players score in double digits as the Minutemen cruise by the American International Yellow Jackets 120-71 in their season exhibition.
Goals by Alyssa Fratarcangeli and Jackie Bruno lead UMass past St. Bonaventure at Rudd Field on Friday 2-0.
Marc Jean-Louis discusses the state of Michigan football: its current state of decline and what led to it.
The Minutemen lose their Atlantic 10 conference opener to St. Joseph’s 1-0 on a rain-drenched Rudd Field.
UMass gets off 11 shots, but can’t find the back of the net as they drop their second straight.
UMass football played their first home game at McGuirk Stadium since 2011. Here’s what the fans think about the return.
The UMass men’s cross country team place 4th in their season-opening home meet. Behind Vermont, Boston College and Maine and in front of Amherst College and Sacred Heart.