Tiger Sports Nation is the first D3TV production I’ve watched after becoming an
official DePauw student. Sometimes the misconception when hearing the statement,
“student ran production”, is that it’s not up to par with a normal production, a.k.a
poorly produced, which is not the case for TSN.
Once the cameras were rolling, you
could tell the individuals involved had a passion for what they were doing.
After sitting in tonight watching Tiger Sports Nation live all I have to say is if you
haven’t watched them yet, you buggin’.
“Browns fans, I love you, but you buggin’,” a quote tonight from Robert Sherman.
Towards the end of the show Grant Walters, Robert Sherman and Michael Jennings
opened with a segment of “You Buggin”. All commentary in this segment, and others,
is worth giving a watch. Sherman started the segment off by highlighting how back
and forth Browns fans are with quarterback Johnny Manziel, who is also known as
Last Sunday, Manziel was given a second chance to redeem
himself after a disappointing prior game, but as the game progressed his
performance went downhill. Sherman pointed out fans were loyal to Manziel in the
beginning, but not so much in the end with social media as proof.
Moving onto the statistics part of the night for Tiger Sports Nation, the men and
women’s soccer teams here at DePauw had a rough week; nonetheless, they put up a
good fight and that’s all that really matters. On the men’s side they had a brutally
long no-scoring tie in Kalamazoo, Michigan, while the women lost 4-1 against
Centre. Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams have had strong starts to their
seasons, as well as the field hockey team with a few minor set backs. Men’s tennis
individuals placed, although no official team scores and the women’s side faces
Butler this Saturday. Field hockey’s current season is 2-2 with matches this
Even if you’re not a huge fan of sports, give TSN a view. The commentary and
updates on DePauw sporting events, and professional leagues can give you a great
conversation starter. As they say, knowledge is power!