In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, which airs every Monday evening from 7-9PM on Bob Long Sports, we began by discussing Penn State THON, the 46 hour dance marathon and the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, which raised over $10.6 million to fight pediatric cancer (Start-20:20). Then, we discussed college basketball in depth, and gave the listeners a full and detailed analysis of the first three quarters of the college basketball season. We also previewed the rest of the season, and went team-by-team and conference-by-conference analyzed postseason potential and power rankings (20:20-1:39:20). We continued by analyzed the phenomenon that has become Lin-sanity, articulated the many name-word combinations using “Lin,” and previewed how the Knicks would fare when Carmelo Anthony returned to the lineup (1:39:20-1:50:40). We discussed the Detroit Red Wings record-setting 23 game home winning streak, Manny Ramirez to the A’s, and Buster Posey told not to block the plate by his manager, Bruce Bochy (1:50:40-Finish).
By Bob Long on February 21, 2012
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