Programming Alert for Home Field Advantage

We’ve realized recently that the posts seem to be lacking in frequency (I know this because I’ve gotten less complaints about the blog blowing up people’s mini-feeds on Facebook).

So, with the 2011 Spring Semester coming to a close here, we thought we’d take this time to map out what we have in store.

This week, we are covering Seattle. Though there are only two major four sports franchises calling Seattle home (the NFL’s Seahawks and MLB’s Mariners), we will look into their biggest hole: the loss of the Seattle Sonics. We will have an interview this week in some way, shape or form. Our LA interview never called into our show three weeks ago, the entertaining interview with Mike Aurigemma for Boston never recorded properly to post it online, and we didn’t have a show last week.

Following Easter Sunday, we’re breaking out the big guns. We plan on spending the two weeks after Seattle analyzing everything that makes up the sports community Kaiti and myself call home: New York. We will have extensive coverage on the all six of the franchises and at a perfect time, too.

Now, in terms of our school-related capping project, New York will be our last graded week. However, over the last semester, we have really had a great time running this blog and we’ve enjoyed a good deal of success. So, we will continue with city coverage after New York, starting with Dallas.

Dallas is our last scheduled city, so we can go about this one of two ways. Either you, the readers, can e-mail us at, or contact us on twitter, and tell us what city we should cover next. In case we don’t get the response we are looking for, we will comprise a new list of cities and post the updated city list along with the originals.

Either way, thanks again to all of our readers that keep this site flowing. We look forward to more posts this week and in the weeks to come!


About Home Field Advantage
We are two senior Sports Communication majors at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. We have launched this blog as part of our senior year capping project, with the goal of creating a comparative analysis and multimedia approach to the differing sports cultures in America.

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