Category: Touchdown in the Sports Zone

Warriors vs Cavaliers II

By: Peter G. So we’re at this point once again. The NBA season is winding down and there is only one more series of games to be played. Two teams will clash for a few weeks and then one of those teams will come out on top. One […]

Deflategate 2.0

By: Peter G. So we are at this point once again in the Deflategate saga. Tom Brady’s suspension of four games due to the suspicion of his tampering with NFL game balls has been put back in place after the case was taken to the U.S. Court of […]

March Madness in DHS

By: Peter G. and Ben B. March is upon us which means college basketball is as well. People all around the country flock to their couches to sit and watch as the NCAA basketball tournament unfolds. One huge part to the madness of March is filling out a […]

Red Sox Nation Revitalized

By: Peter G. The 2015 season for the Boston Red Sox can pretty much be summed up as a disappointment. Newly signed player like Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez weren’t playing up to their standards and prospects weren’t growing into good players. To add the cherry on top […]

Hawkeyes Here To Stay

By: Peter G. Wow, what an amazing year of college football. From some of the most thrilling moments to ever occur on a college playing field to the moments where you questioned if there were anyone with a brain on the sideline you were rooting for (same goes […]

Chasing 18: The 2015-16 Boston Celtics

By: Ben B. Ah, November in New England.  A month where the days get shorter, the weather gets colder and families come together. In the Boston sports world of today, November is synonymous with Brady, Belichick, and Brandon LaFell.  Through the majority of the NBA’s 70 year history, […]

Always Winning : 2007 vs. 2015

By: Peter G. One thing is always expected and always followed through with in New England, winning. In 2007, the New England Patriots finished with a record of 18-1 and fell just short of another Super Bowl championship in Foxboro. 2015 is not too different, with a record […]