Rob Long: Let's Keep The Politics Out Of SportsAthletes have used their celebrity to voice their political agendas. They've used the sports forum to speak out against political and social issues as well as race.
Wayback Wednesday: Former Sportscaster For WJZ John BurenFormer sportscaster for WJZ John Buren joined Norris and Long for this week's Wayback Wednesday.
Rob Long: Despite His Success, Owners Want To Cut Goodell's SalaryWith the amount of money the National Football League is making, you would think Roger Goodell's current salary is more than justified.
Rob Long: Opening Day Had That 'Orioles Magic'Opening Day lived up to the hype Monday at Oriole Park At Camden Yards.
Rob Long: American League & National League PredictionsThe Cubs are the defending World Series Champs and are expected to do it again. I don't think so. The Cardinals win the National League and advance to the World Series to battle the Indians with Cleveland finally winning.
Rob Long: We Wish You A Merry Opening Day & A Happy New 'Sports' YearThe first Monday in April is the equivalent of NASCAR's Daytona 500 meaning the biggest day is at the beginning of the season.
Rob Long: New Blood Vs. Blue BloodGonzaga is making its first appearance in the national semi-final game. They will face the lowest seed remaining in the field #7 seed South Carolina Gamecocks.
The Norris & Long Show Best Of - Week Of March 25thThe Norris & Long Show Best Of - Week Of March 25th
Rob Long: Machado Wows In The World Baseball ClassicThe World Baseball Classic has provided lots of great moments this year.
Rob Long: A Few Potential Free Agency Receivers For The RavensIt seems to be a routine of the Baltimore Ravens to look for a veteran free agent wide receiver ever three or four years to make up for not addressing the need for a number one pass catcher through the NFL Draft.
Rob Long: Women's Basketball Is Being Taken For GrantedBrenda Frese and the women's basketball team at College Park have put together a run that is nothing short of remarkable.
Rob Long: It's A Senior Farewell At MarylandWhether you like it or not, now, more than ever, it's anyone's guess who will play on that final Monday of the NCAA Division I college basketball season. It's truly madness.