What would I name the bowl game at Fenway Park

 

Folks, it’s happening.

Similar to what Yankees Stadium has been doing, Fenway Park will host a college football bowl game starting in 2020.

“The name of the new bowl is not yet known”

Chris Cotillo, MassLive

Now the question is: what do you name it?

For reference, the bowl game held at Yankee Stadium is known as the “Pinstripe Bowl,” a homage to the uniforms of the Bronx Bombers.

One thing is for certain: Dunkin’ Donuts HAS to be the official sponsor of this game. If not, then what are we doing?

Anyway, here are my suggestions, NCAA. Continue reading “What would I name the bowl game at Fenway Park”

Who To Watch (April 19 – April 25)

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WELCOME BACK!

If we’re being honest, we may have just witnessed one of the best weeks in sports in a LONG time since we last met. Tiger Woods stayed in competition all weekend, and he FINALLY WON A MAJOR, over a decade since his last major championship. Congrats on number 15, Tiger! In the NBA, we have seen some great games thus far. Kyrie Irving had a great performance in Game 2 to help the Celtics take a 2-0 series lead. Damian Lillard has been phenomenal as the Trail Blazers have gone ahead 2-0 on OKC. The Clippers completed the biggest comeback in playoff history to tie their series going into Game 3, but the Warriors won last night to regain the lead. The Sixers lead Brooklyn 2 to 1, the Spurs lead Denver 2 to 1, the Rockets and Bucks are ahead 2 games to none in their respective series, and Toronto and Orlando are tied.

In the NHL, we saw one of the greatest upsets in sports history, as the Columbus Blue Jackets won their first playoff series EVER, sweeping the President Cup winning Tampa Bay Lightning, the same team that tied the record for the most wins in NHL history this season. The New York Islanders advanced as well, sweeping the Pittsburgh Penguins. Colorado leads Calgary three games to one (shout out to UMass defenseman Cale Makar, who joined the Avalanche this week after the Minutemen reached the NCAA championship game). The rest of the series in the league are currently competitive, with St. Louis and Las Vegas leading theirs 3 games to 2, and the remaining two series tied at 2 games apiece.

In baseball, the reigning World Series champs look awful (more on that later), and Tampa Bay seems to be taking the league by storm this season, as the currently stand at 14-5.

Enough recaping, lets look ahead now.

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