This week's post has a little Olympics flare to it with focusing on The Price of Gold. The documentary chronicles Tonya Harding and the attack on Nancy Kerrigan. This film is an interesting look on the high price that comes with going for a Gold medal and the tough world of figure skating. Tonya Harding … Continue reading How Far Would You Go for Gold?
This week's 30 for 30 is focusing on Big Shot, which chronicles the National Hockey League team the New York Islander and a man that goes by the name John Spano. This documentary is especially interesting because it highlights my beloved hockey, but also it's mind boggling that something like the events chronicled in the … Continue reading That Time the NHL Got Conned
Welcome to a new weekly series, where I will discuss one of ESPN's 30 for 30 documentaries. First up is I hate Christian Laettner. From the title alone, I Hate Christian Laettner, everyone should be able to guess what this ESPN 30 for 30 documentary is about; obviously a lot of people hate this Christian … Continue reading I Still Don’t Hate Christian Laettner
ESPN, the worldwide leader of sports, released a 30 for 30 Short film on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York City that hits viewers right in their souls. "First Pitch" is about more than just Yankees Baseball, it's a reminder that sports have a way of bringing people together in their time … Continue reading “First Pitch” Hits it Out of the Park
The NCAA announced that they were suspending Syracuse Basketball coach Jim Boeheim for nine conference games next season and vacating more than 100 of his wins as coach. This decision comes after an investigation of academic fraud that started back in 2005, which raises the question what took so long? The NCAA announced that Boeheim … Continue reading Who Dropped the Ball in Syracuse?