Socci: Is Michel a Bust Already? (AUDIO)

‘The Huddle’ was joined on Thursday by the Voice of the New England Patriots, Bob Socci, as we talked about the Patriots matchup with the Eagles this weekend. We discussed the Pats debut of N’Keal Harry potentially,

Report: Cora Helped Devise Astros Sign Stealing

Current Red Sox manager and former Astros bench coach Alex Cora helped devise the Astros intricate sign stealing system, per reports. Ken Rosenthal on Twitter Three major-league managers are connected to #Astros sign stealing in 2017. Story

‘Cats Shungu Re-Aggravates Hamstring Injury

University of Vermont men’s basketball had a new starting line-up on Wednesday against Boston University as junior Ben Shungu was replaced by sophomore Robin Duncan. And we know why Shungu didn’t start — and didn’t play at

Lamb’s Career Night Leads UVM to 3-0 (VIDEO)

The University of Vermont men’s basketball team moved to 3-0 on the young season with a 62-47 win over visiting Boston University at Patrick Gym. Senior Anthony Lamb led the way with 15 points and a career-high

E-Rod Finishes 6th in AL Cy Young Voting

Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez finished sixth in the American League Cy Young voting, with the award being given to Astros ace Justin Verlander. NBC Sports Boston on Twitter Eduardo Rodriguez took a huge step forward for

What Are Realistic Expectations For UVM? (AUDIO)

After receiving criticism of our coverage and fan support of UVM, ‘The Huddle’ discusses what proper expectations are for the Catamounts and the program. LISTEN HERE: Remember you can follow the station on Twitter @1013TheGame or you

Olney: “No Way” Sox Trade Mookie to Yanks (AUDIO)

‘The Huddle’ talks with ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney on Wednesday to discuss the idea that the Sox could trade Mookie Betts to the Yankees, how to handle Dustin Pedroia this offseason, the Yankees needs this offseason

Former Catamount Star Ernie Duncan Joins Us (AUDIO)

‘The Huddle’ is joined on Wednesday by former UVM basketball star Ernie Duncan, who talks about why he stuck in the area after graduation and didn’t go to play overseas, what realistic expectations are for this program