Author: Sam Robb O'Hagan

Men’s Basketball: Terriers win fifth game behind dominant second half at Merrimack

By Sam Robb O’Hagan Mid-way through the second half at Lawler Arena in North Andover, BU senior guard Ethan Brittain-Watts drained a corner three to give the Terriers an eight-point lead. A blown kiss to home fans in the front row followed. There was no looking back for Boston University Men’s Basketball (5-4), who silenced […]

The B-Gap: It’s time for the Arizona Cardinals to get serious

By Sam Robb O’Hagan “There is no more time to f— around.” Those were the words of Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury in his team’s first meeting following their nail-biting Week 8 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, revealed to the world in the first episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks: In Season, which aired on […]

The B-Gap: Davante Adams trade mired in regret

By Sam Robb O’Hagan Lost in the on-field fireworks of the last month of the NFL season has been history off the field. When the 2022 trade deadline elapsed on the Tuesday afternoon after Week 8, 20 players had been traded midseason — the most in NFL history — and on the Tuesday of the […]

The B-Gap: Mike Vrabel’s Titans keep winning, but best is yet to come

By Sam Robb O’Hagan There’s a cliché in the NFL that is almost as old as the sport itself. A true football thing: There are no moral victories in football. Well, in reality, there are.  The Tennessee Titans’ overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football in Week 9 was brimming with […]

The B-Gap: PJ Walker doesn’t bring certainty to Carolina, but he brings hope

By Sam Robb O’Hagan On Sunday, following the Carolina Panthers’ surreal divisional defeat against the Atlanta Falcons, Patrick Mahomes went to Twitter to claim PJ Walker’s game-tying 62-yard touchdown pass to DJ Moore with 23 seconds left in regulation as the “best throw of the year and not even close.”  From a Pro Bowl, All-Pro […]

The B-Gap: Geno Smith and the Seahawks still not writing back

By Sam Robb O’Hagan Geno Smith has been through it. There’s a fine line that every young, highly touted NFL quarterback nervously creeps along when they first enter the league: Where the dream becomes the nightmare, the promise becomes the disappointment, the stud becomes the bum. Geno can tell you all about it. As a […]