ALDLAND Podcast

Coaching changes are happening everywhere these days, and by everywhere we mean in Detroit and San Francisco or Oakland or wherever the heck Golden State is. And since they are happening, ALDLAND is going to talk about them. But we haven’t forgot college hoops, as we touch on the biggest story of 2014, coming out of New Haven, CT. Come for the basketball, stay for the soccer, which is also here in this podcast too.

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ALDLAND Podcast

Are you a basketball fan? Is it March Madness? Then why don’t you come down to ALDLAND’s Podcast Warehouse. We have a comprehensive podcast discussing the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight games as well as our predictions for the final weekend of college basketball before you have to watch baseball all summer (your mileage will vary on how much you enjoy that). You know what they say: come for the discussion of the Final Four, stay for the discussion of the Frozen Four. Will the nerds from Yale (pronounced Yah-Lay) win? How about the total bros from Qunnipiac? Or maybe that other school? Did you know there’s a school called UMass-Lowell? Well now you do.

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ALDLAND college football weekend update, part 1

As announced, Brendan will be attending and (has already begun) live-tweeting The Game. If you want to follow along, make sure you’re following ALDLAND on Twitter (@ALDLANDia), something you probably should be doing anyway.

Although I am indeed in the midst of a relocation project, I’m taking a break to attend senior day in Ann Arbor, where the Wolverines will be hosting the Iowa Hawkeyes. Key questions include: 1) Will Michigan senior QB Denard Robinson play a meaningful snap, and if so, at what position? 2) Will the mobile reception situation be as bad as it was last time? and 3) Without my charger, will my phone battery even last long enough to make the answer to question (2) relevant? Strategic packing during a move is difficult.

For live coverage of both games, follow @ALDLANDia on Twitter.

ALDLAND goes to The Game

Blog founder and fearless leader AD might be in the process of moving to Hotlanta, but that doesn’t mean that ALDLAND will stop bringing you exciting content.  This weekend, yours truly will be heading to the biggest rivalry around.  That’s right, The Game.  Harvard.  Yale.  The Bulldogs vs. the Crimson.  These two nerd factories have been going at it since 1875, so there’s been a lot of time to build up bad blood.  Yale is looking to break a five game losing streak to its bitter rival, but it won’t come easy, as this year’s edition of The Game is in Cambridge, MA (or Lamebridge if you are a Yale grad).  Yale is sitting at 1-5, but any Bulldog would tell you that it will be a great season if they can beat the Crimson.  As with any rivalry game, you can throw out the record books when these two rivals take the field at Harvard Stadium.  Look for more content in the coming days, as ALDLAND live tweets the gameday experience and brings you a full recap next week.  Maybe we will even snap some pictures with Handsome Dan himself.

Name Harvard Yale
Established 1636 1701
Nickname Crimson Bulldogs
Mascot John Harvard Handsome Dan
Fight Song Ten Thousand Men of Harvard Down the Field
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