On this episode of Roll The Tape, Afi Ahmed and Kyle McLaren take a look back at notable sports moments that aren’t the flashiest or most memorable of highlights, but still hold a significant place in the sports zeitgeist.
- Dominic Thiem vs Rafael Nadal, 2018 US Open [1:04]
- Alabama vs Utah, 2009 Sugar Bowl [8:32]
- George Mason University, 2006 Final Four run [18:10]
- Canada/USA Women’s Winter Olympics Ice Hockey [30:17]
- Hot Take Corner [41:17]
- Alabama’s reign keeps making the ’08 Utes look good. The Salt Lake Tribune.
- A Last Stand for the Golden Age of Men’s Tennis. Wall Street Journal.
- Tennis used to be dominated by kids — here’s how Federer, Nadal and Djokovic changed that. Fox Sports.
- North American Dominance in Women’s Hockey an Olympic Problem. Time.
- Canada, U.S. are powerhouses of Olympic women’s hockey. Is parity on the way? Globe and Mail.
- Mason Madness: Inside the most unlikely run in NCAA tournament history. Washington Post.
- Loyola will cash in on Final Four run. Just ask George Mason and VCU. Chicago Tribune.
- 10-year anniversary of George Mason’s Final Four run. NCAA.
- Golden revenge for Canada as women win ice hockey final. The Globe and Mail.
- 2002 Salt Lake City: Men’s and Women’s Hockey. CBC Archives.