Podcasts: Scarlet and White 2×18 – “The Rose Rule”

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Are you confused about what “The Rose Rule” is and why it may prevent the Boston Celtics from getting newly-available for trade Anthony Davis? Good, because Scarlet and White has an answer for you.

It turns out that their last episode was NOT the end of the BU sports podcast. Max Wolpoff returns for another semester and gets Andrew Mason fired up about his Los Angeles Lakers potentially going after Davis before the trade deadline.

BU Women’s hockey is also riding a great start to 2019 thanks to excellent play from Jesse Compher and Sammy Davis. Can they translate this run of games into Beanpot glory next week? Men’s hockey had an up-and-down weekend with their visitors from Arizona and face a resurgent UMass-Amherst program before their chance at the Beanpot.

BU Women’s basketball got a clutch second-half performance from Katie Nelson to win a big road test against Navy, and the Men’s team is in dire need of scoring help before the conference tournament.

0:00 It was not the end after all

2:50 BU Hockey starting to win at the right time

13:40 BU Basketball having some scoring woes

18:50 A deep dive on Anthony Davis’s contract situation

32:20 Super Bowl preview on our next episode

Author: Max Wolpoff

Max is in his final undergraduate year, and prefers not to be remembered for his now-infamous viral goal call (https://russianmachineneverbreaks.com/2016/12/12/boston-university-hockey-announcer-channels-john-walton-to-deliver-viral-goal-call/). Between classes, applying for law school, and working for the Worcester Blades, he co-hosts “Scarlet and White” and writes the “This Morning in Sports” column. Max is from the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. Follow Max on Twitter @Max_Wolpoff and on Instagram @maxwolpoff for the latest #MaxWolpoffSuitOfTheGame.

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