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The Bridge w/ John Lund

Weekdays @10pm ET. Originating in Scranton, PA, John Lund is a master of Q&A. Here you can find interviews with the most recognized names in sports media! John asks the questions that you've always wanted to know and even some you didn't know to ask.

Well, That’s Awkward!

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On June 21st, 2022, DT Larry Ogunjobi signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is an excellent signing for their defensive line. However, it might bring...

USC & UCLA to the Big Ten

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We thought the dust had settled. But that is not the case. College realignment is back in the spotlight. USC and UCLA, two of...

The Curious Tale of Kevin Durant & Kyrie Irving’s Time in Brooklyn

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Since the NBA season officially ended, all the talk has been about the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving's status on opting back with the...

When Will Lamar Jackson Sign?

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Lamar Jackson is approaching his last year under his rookie contract deal, and all the talk this off-season has been about the Baltimore Raven's...

Carter Stewart- The Start of a New Trend?

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The story of Carter Stewart is an interesting one. Stewart, then a 19-year-old, had agreed to a six-year, $7M deal with the Fukuoka SoftBank...

Well, That’s Awkward!

On June 21st, 2022, DT Larry Ogunjobi signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is an excellent signing for their defensive line. However, it might bring...

USC & UCLA to the Big Ten

We thought the dust had settled. But that is not the case. College realignment is back in the spotlight. USC and UCLA, two of...

The Curious Tale of Kevin Durant & Kyrie Irving’s Time in Brooklyn

Since the NBA season officially ended, all the talk has been about the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving's status on opting back with the...

When Will Lamar Jackson Sign?

Lamar Jackson is approaching his last year under his rookie contract deal, and all the talk this off-season has been about the Baltimore Raven's...

Carter Stewart- The Start of a New Trend?

The story of Carter Stewart is an interesting one. Stewart, then a 19-year-old, had agreed to a six-year, $7M deal with the Fukuoka SoftBank...
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