Sportmentary and The Comish wrapup the 2012 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Season. The show is dedicated to the late, great, Tyrone Jones. The Bombers ended the season with a win against Montreal. The pair discussed the important issues facing the Blue Bombers in the offseason.Visit Sportmentary.com for sports commentary and opinion.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced that they were bringing GM Joe Mack back for another year. Sportmentary and The Comish convened for a special edition of their weekly Big Blue Recap podcast to discuss the matter. As expected, Sportmentary was outraged by the decision and didn't hold back at all. This was his most volatile show to date. Thankfully The Comish was there to calm him down and be a level headed element to the show.Visit Sportmentary.com for sports commentary and opinion.
Sportmentary and The Comish recap a disappointing game at Iver Wynne stadium in Hamilton on Saturday afternoon. Once again Sportmentary makes his case for GM Joe Mack being fired. While Sportmentary has refrained from mentioning Mack's name on the podcasts, he had a slip towards the end of the show when he actually named the GM by name. He quickly recovered.
Sportmentary and The Comish recap week #5, which produced a victory for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Sportmentary was all ready to rejoice in victory but The Comish believes that Edmonton's Steve Jyles handed the Blue the victory.
Another week and another loss for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Sportmentary and The Comish talk about the Bombers latest loss to the Toronto Argonauts on Wednesday night. These days, The Comish is also playing therapist as Sportmentary is having a hard time dealing with loss after loss.
This week Sportmentary and The Comish actually agree but do have some light-hearted moments. They needed them as they recpap a gut wrenching loss to the Edmonton Eskimos. The Comish actually had to motivate Sportmentary as Sports was totally demoralized after last night's loss.
This week Sportmentary and The Comish look back on the first 2 weeks of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers season. The Comish is angry and doesn't like management's decision to go with a youth movement. For the first time, it's Sportmentary who has a cooler head. Sportmentary tries to get The Comish riled up and it works.portmenthttp://www.sportmentary.com
What starts off to be an innocent topic turns to an argument. Sportmentary knowing that The Comish isn't much of a fan about post Stanley Cup championship celebrations, suggests that the pair talk about the LA Kings celebration after their game 6 victory and first Stanley Cup. The argument turns to one of; Should former LA Kings players have taken part in the celebration?
Is horse racing a sport? That's the question that Sportmentary and The Comish debate in tis week's Face-Off. The question is relevant, since The Belmont Stakes is being run today. As usual, the debate gert's lively between the pair.
This week Bud Selig announced that Major League Baseball didn't have plans to expand replay. The Comish and Sportmentary debate if Major League Baseball should expand replay. The debate starts off relatively calm but as usual, The Comish finds a way to get Sportmentary riled up.Vote for the winner of the debate at http://www.sportmentary.com/2012/05/face-off-podcast-should-mlb-expand.html
This week Sportmentary and The Comish debate if coaches press conferences provide value to sports fans. Once again, these two can't seem to agree. Sportmentary argues that some of these press conferences turn into meltdowns. The Comish believes that these meltdowns provide the fan with entertainment value.
Ron MaClean recently made comments comparing Washington Capitals and New York Rangers players to 9/11 first responders. Sportmentary & The Comish debate if those comments were ridiculous.Vote fort he winner of the debate at http://www.sportmentary.com/2012/05/face-off-podcast-were-911-first.htmlFor sports commentary visit http://www.sportmentary.com
Two guys argue about whether professional athletes are treated like garbage. It;s a pretty heated debate. The topic started when one of the debater's believed that his favorite Winnipeg Blue Bombers player Obby Khan (CFL) was forced to retire.