Podcasts: Scarlet and White 2×35 – “Competitive Puzzle Solving”

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Things get a little weird on this episode of Scarlet and White.

Both Andrew Mason and Max Wolpoff confess to some strange laundry stories, Max floats the idea of a new competition, and neither seems to understand the new name for the Los Angeles Chargers stadium.

Softball beat out the setting sun to get out-of-conference wins against UMass-Lowell. For Max, these two games today were his last scheduled broadcasts for WTBU Sports. That still had not hit him by the time of recording.

Andrew has plenty to tell Max about the first week of action in the NBA Playoffs, and Max dissects the historic upset in Columbus from a variety of perspectives. What does Andrew think of the choice to return to powder blue for his Chargers? Hit play to find out.

0:00 Bad laundry stories

2:00 Softball wins Max’s last calls for WTBU

10:20 Initial NBA Playoff storylines

24:00 What went right in Columbus and the rest of the NHL Playoffs

37:40 Assorted thoughts about the NFL schedule, uniforms, and stadiums

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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