Podcasts: Scarlet and White 2×26 – “Ding”

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Men’s hockey might finish second place in Hockey East and DING, we have a trade to announce. This is the trouble with hosting a live recording during the NHL Trade Deadline.

The winds of change are blowing and not just the wind whipping through Boston all day today. A couple trades do break on today’s show, but not any of the big ones (of course).

Andrew Mason talks about his big Senior Day honor before the Women’s basketball team got their first win in conference play by more than ten points since January of last season.

Men’s basketball scratched out a big win to beat Loyola Maryland to cap off a successful Saturday of Terrier sports. Max Wolpoff also comes to a big realization about his lengthy career calling BU sports.

0:00 The winds of change

2:15 Men’s hockey can STILL win 2nd place in Hockey East

8:35 Women’s hockey faces UNH in Quarterfinal Round this weekend

13:40 Senior Day and a big win; Adam McQuaid traded

24:30 Men’s basketball mounts a major comeback to win

28:00 Send wtbusports@gmail.com your questions for the mailbag; Villanova visit

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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