Inspired by Tony Romo’s recent run of success as an NFL broadcaster, the fellas jump into a conversation about the art of broadcasting and colour commentary. From Bob Cole to Jack Armstrong, legends of the mic are this episodes focus.Continue reading
The boys break down quite possibly the most boring championship game in the history of sports, touching on the endless ‘is Tom Brady the best of all time’ debate, some of the best commercials from this year, and Maroon 5’s attempt at a half time show.Continue reading
Ryan leads 2019’s first episode of the Bar89 Sports Hour diving into the Raptors at the halfway mark, the enigma that is Kyle Lowry, the NFL playoffs, the pressures of being a kicker, and the un-yielding pressure that faces our players at the World Junior tournament.
Also be sure to support Kyle Lowry and Kawhi Leonard’s push for All Star recognition by voting for them here. Continue reading
With Seattle being awarded the newest franchise in the NHL, Steve leads the lads through a conversation about what their name should be (hint – Seattle Rain), what cities could be next to receive professional sport franchises and expansion franchises in sport overall. Continue reading
With some help from the community of Bar89 listeners, the lads discuss some of the rule changes they’d like to see in sports today. Some are practical while others are practically insane. Shout outs to Michael McLeod, Cliff Tindall and Peck Puleghini, thanks for your great ideas! Continue reading
With the increase in resting star athletes over the last few years, Ryan leads a conversation with Steve and Dan about how much times have changed, whether this is good for teams or fans and how we may never see the likes of Cal Ripken Jr. again. Continue reading
Steve leads a conversation with the lads surrounding athletes who demand trades. Can a player be justified in wanting to relocate in the middle of a contract or should they honour their commitment and play it out? Continue reading
With the recent injury to Atlanta Braves up-and-coming superstar Ronald Acuña Jr. from being thrown at by Jose Urena, Steve leads Dan and Ryan through a chat about cheap shots in sports, supposed codes, and what really defines a ‘sucker punch’ in today’s era of professional sports.