Blue Hen Sports Cage
Notre Dame, Stanton, Ohtani, Women’s Basketball
With the Fightin' Irish set to visit Newark this weekend, Teddy Gelman, Ahmed Qadri and Jake Lampert discuss the significance of the game, the chances of Delaware keeping it close and their expectations for the sell-out crowd. Brandon Holveck joins later to talk MLB hot stove, including possible landing spots for Giancarlo Stanton and Shohei Ohtani, and Delaware women's basketball. The team also breaks down the jam packed NFC playoff picture. 1:02 - Delaware Basketball vs. Buffalo 7:36 -...
Ahmed Qadri and Jake Lampert dish on the Los Angeles Lakers' new "Lavar Ball" rule, the impact of Stephen Curry's injury on the Golden State Warriors, unsportsmanlike play between AFC North division rivals, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, the Ben McAdoo news and the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night loss at Seattle. The guys introduce two new segments: story time and tweet of the week. Plus, buns or mad buns rounds out the show.
Eli, NFC Playoffs, Delaware Football & Basketball
After Thanksgiving break, the full crew of Ahmed Qadri, Jake Lampert, Teddy Gelman and Brandon Holveck returns to put a bow on the Delaware football season. The team also discusses the New York Giants benching Eli Manning, the tight NFC playoff picture and who the favorite is in the AFC South. Plus, a breakdown of Ryan Daly's early season performance and a game of "overreaction theater" to analyze Delaware women's basketball's first seven games.
Uncaged: Make Lavar Great Again
Jake Lampert and Ahmed Qadri return to discuss when it is appropriate to start playing christmas music, Lavar Ball & Donald Drumpf's feud, Tyrod Taylor getting benched, touchdown celebrations in the NFL, why NFL teams would always beat college teams, Baker Mayfield, Kyrie Irving and the grim reaper, LeBron's cross-country trek to the basket joining other legendary missed traveling calls and more. Plus Buns or Mad Buns returns and a special announcement.
Delaware Football Roundup: Game Eleven
Ahmed Qadri and Brandon Holveck recap and analyze Delaware's 28-7 season-closing loss at Villanova. With Delaware's playoff status in question, Ahmed and Brandon discuss what went wrong Saturday, takeaways from Danny Rocco's first season and next season's quarterback situation. In part two of the show, coming Sunday morning, Brandon and Michael Baumohl will react to the FCS playoff selections, which will be announced Sunday at 11am on ESPNU.
Trusting the Process, Football Playoffs, Basketball Openers
Brandon Holveck and Jake Lampert hold down "The Cage" as Teddy Gelman and Ahmed Qadri prepare for the Delaware women's basketball home opener at the Bob Carpenter Center. Brandon and Jake discuss the Philadelphia 76ers' big night against the Los Angeles Lakers, Delaware football's regular season finale at Villanova, Delaware field hockey's NCAA tournament loss to Penn State and the home openers for Delaware men's and women's basketball. Plus, Quinn Ludwicki joins The Cage to break down...
Uncaged: Barstool UD
Victor from Barstool UD joins Ahmed Qadri and Jake Lampert to discuss the Philadelphia Eagles, fights in the NFL, the Cleveland Cavaliers' early season struggles and, as always, buns or mad buns.
Delaware Football Roundup: Game Ten
Michael Baumohl, WDSD on-site producer and WVUD Sports broadcaster, joins Teddy Gelman to break down Delaware's 22-3 victory over Albany. With a win at Villanova next week, Delaware (7-3, 5-3) will likely reach the FCS playoffs, for the first time since 2010.
Stadium Renovations, Albany, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball
Hours after the "Delaware First Festival", Teddy Gelman, Brandon Holveck, Ahmed Qadri and Jake Lampert discuss the university's "Delaware First" campaign and its impact on athletics, including a new athlete center and renovations to Delaware Stadium. The team previews a must-win game against Albany, field hockey's NCAA tournament first and second round matchups and the beginning of the women's basketball season and the Natasha Adair era.
Delaware Football Roundup: Game Nine
Teddy Gelman and Brandon Holveck break down Delaware's 31-17 victory in Portland, Maine against the Maine Black Bears, including the resurgence of Joe Walker.