Podcasts: Beantown Banter Ep. 2 – “Are things back to normal for the Patriots?”

Patrick Donnelly (@PatDonn12) and Brady Gardner (@BradyDGardner) are back this week with Episode Two of the Beantown Banter podcast. This week the guys recap an exciting Sunday for the Patriots, preview this Thursday night’s matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, discuss the Red Sox and the bullpen ahead of the ALDS, preview the Bruins’ opening night roster, and give their thoughts on the start of training camp for the Celtics. The guys also discuss the United States’ flop at the Ryder Cup and even look at the end of a disappointing season for the Revolution. As always you can watch the simulcast on Brady G TV on Youtube, and be sure to check out WTBU Sports (sportswtbu.com and @WTBUSports on Twitter).

0:00 Patriots crush the Dolphins, are they back? Looking ahead to Thursday night

6:04 What will the final playoff roster look like for the Red Sox? AL Wild Card game, who would you rather face? Oakland or New York? Looking towards the ALDS

19:10 Projecting the Bruins’ opening night roster, discussing expectations for the season-opener Wednesday night

31:05 First impressions of the Celtics’ training camp and early preseason games, what do we make of Michael Felger’s comments on Gordon Hayward?

34:31 What happened to the U.S. at the Ryder Cup?

38:17 The State of the Revs after a disappointing year

42:20 Final thoughts, what are we looking forward to in the next week?

Author: Patrick Donnelly

Patrick is a freshman studying journalism at Boston University’s College of Communication. A graduate of Malden Catholic High School (’18). Patrick is a huge Boston sports fan and avid golfer, his favorite teams and athletes include, the Boston Bruins, the New England Patriots, Rory McIlroy, and Tiger Woods. Co-host of the podcast, Beantown Banter, at WTBU Sports. Covers the PGA and Boston Bruins in columns for WTBU Sports. Formerly co-hosted podcasts and wrote for the blogs, 617 Sportsnet, Beantown Sportshub, and Game Time Sports Network. He aims to one day be a sports-talk radio host in Boston. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @PatDonn12.

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