KSN Podcast: Super Bowl XLIX preview with Ross Tucker, Jon Ritchie and Bob Flounders

January 30, 2015

The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks clash in Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Ariz., in a highly anticipated matchup of arguably the NFL’s two best franchises. The Seahawks are coming off a Super Bowl title, while the Patriots will play for a championship for the sixth time in 14 years. The Keystone Sports Network has a “correspondent” in the field in former NFL lineman Ross Tucker, who checked in…


KSN Podcast: Super Bowl 49 craziness, ‘DeflateGate’ and more with correspondent Ross Tucker

January 29, 2015

Super Bowl correspondent Ross Tucker checks in live with the Keystone Sports Network from Glendale, Ariz., where media attention is picking up, DeflateGate won’t go away and Super Bowl 49 is set to be played on Sunday. The carnival-like atmosphere is moving in, and media events bring “minutia” for the players involved. “One game in my whole life I felt nervous before, and it was the Super Bowl,” Jon Ritchie…


KSN Podcast: An interview with Penn State grad and Seattle Seahawk Garry Gilliam

January 24, 2015

Garry Gilliam helped swing momentum back into the Seattle Seahawks’ favor when they needed it most in the NFC championship. The offensive tackle hauled in an improbable 19-yard touchdown on a fake field goal to help cut into a 16-0 deficit in an eventual 28-22 overtime Seahawks win over the Green Bay Packers. Gilliam plowed through all types of adversity to earn a spot on the Seahawks’ roster as an…


KSN Podcast: Assigning credit, blame in Seahawks’ comeback win over Packers

January 22, 2015

The Seattle Seahawks punched their ticket to Super Bowl 49 in dramatic fashion with a 28-22 overtime win over the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field. Seattle needed an onside kick and a fake field goal touchdown to overcome a 16-0 deficit and return to the Super Bowl for a second straight season. The Seahawks’ offense overcame five turnovers and capped the game with a winning 36-yard strike from Russell…


KSN Podcast: Breaking down Patriots-Colts in the AFC championship game

January 15, 2015

The New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts are on to the AFC championship game after impressive wins in their respective divisional-round matchups. Young Andrew Luck unseated Peyton Manning and the Broncos, an outcome that Keystone Sports Network analyst Jon Ritchie predicted, while the Patriots fended off the Ravens in a matchup that generated controversy over coach Bill Belichick’s deceptive substitution practices. Tom Brady and the Patriots are again heavy favorites…


KSN Podcast: Breaking down Packers-Seahawks in NFC championship game

January 14, 2015

The Green Bay Packers survived a questionable call and rode the late heroics of quarterback Aaron Rodgers into the NFC championship, where a date with the top-seeded Seattle Seahawks awaits. The ‘Hawks are big favorites behind the NFL’s best rushing attack and a stifling defense that can render even the best quarterbacks ineffective. Green Bay toppled Dallas in the NFC divisional round, while Seattle took care of business against the…


KSN Podcast: Previewing Carolina-Seattle, Dallas-Green Bay in NFC divisional round

January 9, 2015

Two NFC teams will punch their tickets to the conference championship game this weekend, with both the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers entering the week as heavy favorites in their respective matchups. The defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks are 11-point favorites over the Carolina Panthers, and the Packers are six-point favorites over the visiting Dallas Cowboys. Can the Panthers or Cowboys spring an upset after pulling off surprises in…


KSN Podcast: Breaking down the Philadelphia Eagles’ 24-14 loss to Seattle Seahawks

December 9, 2014

A week after putting together arguably their most crucial win of the season, the Philadelphia Eagles suffered their most lopsided defeat in a 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle ran 85 plays to Philadelphia’s 45 and used a dominant defensive effort to limit the Eagles to just 139 total yards, nine first downs and little more than 18 minutes of possession. Turnovers were again a story for the Eagles…