As we turn the corner into March Madness, it is time to delve into the college sport that everyone is talking about…Football! The Penn State program is at a bit of a crossroads here and is transitioning to a new group of faces to lead the team into the future. Jimmy has been recruiting like there is no tomorrow,...
Amir Johnson has played the fewest minutes of an NBA season in the last 10yrs. After playing 12 minutes Friday night against the Rockets, in Houston, Johnson once again made the trek 30miles south to play in Delaware for the Blue Coats. The desire to just play the game on the part of a 14yr NBA veteran...
Shake Milton and Norvel Pelle each have the physical profile of modern NBA players. Milton has good size and length for a wing. At 6'6" with a reported 7' wingspan and excellent shooting and scoring mechanics, Milton is thriving for the Delaware Blue Coats as a rookie.   The Sixers continue to struggle in terms of bench scoring and...

The Chosen One

December 15, 2010 The lights flash on and my mom calls out, "Austin, get up! Get ready for school." I roll over and check my phone as I do every morning while my body wakes up. This freezing Wednesday morning was not like most, though.  "Breaking: Phillies sign Cliff Lee" I read from numerous apps as I scroll through...
On this episode, Jason Blevins sits down with the Mayor of Wilmington Delaware to discuss the economic and cultural impact and opportunities around the new 76ers Fieldhouse.  Mike Purzycki has been Mayor of Wilmington since 2017 and prior to that lead the Wilmington Riverfront re-development project for 20 years.   Partnership with the 76ers, Blue...
Perhaps no one in all of process lore is more universally beloved than Jakarr Sampson. PFO was able to catch up with Jakarr on Wednesday night in Delaware.  Sampson's Windy City Bulls visited the 76ers Fieldhouse in for a late January game.  https://twitter.com/JBlevinsPFO/status/1090750047996788737 Sampson is arguably on the Mount Rushmore of Process history.  Along with more widely known NBA...
The Delaware Blue Coats hosted the Memphis Hustle in a Tuesday night contest. After a back and forth game, the Memphis Hustle won 110-106. Entering the brand new building was an exciting experience for anyone in attendance. The arena still smelled new, and there was a very positive atmosphere surrounding the game.  The game actually started off slow, with...
The Delaware Blue Coats are a story six years in the making. The team formerly known as the 87ers has played in Delaware since 2013 and has boasted many admirable accomplishments. What the team has never had, however is a place of its own to call home. Until Wednesday, the team has played...
Jason Blevins has a sit down with Larry Meli, president of the Blue Coats.
Villanova is not Duke or Kentucky. It doesn't have the luxury of bringing in 3-4 5-star freshmen to replace the players that left in the past summer's draft. So, when Mikal Bridges, Donte DiVincenzo, Omari Spellman, and National Player of the Year all left The Main Line to embark on their respective careers in professional basketball, things...
Monday morning basketball? The Delaware Blue Coats sleepwalked their way into a 19 point deficit against the Westchester Knicks before storming back to force overtime on a pair of Shake Milton free throws with 9.5 seconds left. Unfortunately, the Knicks regained control by hitting a few tough shots in the 2 minute OT period to take the win 112-107 in...
First off, we would like to give a GIANT thank you to the Delaware Blue Coats. We were beyond blessed to have a presence at the Blue Coats' home opener on November 13th at the Wells Fargo Center. With media passes and Joel Embiid bobbleheads in our hands, we had an unforgettable time covering the Blue Coats and celebrating...