In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed the NCAA Tournament first weekend storylines, starting with the Norfolk State upset of Missouri in the first round (Start-8:22). Next, we analyzed the US Basketball Writers’ selections for Coach of the Year and Player of the Year (8:22-16:55), the Lehigh upset of Duke (16:55-20:10), the injury to Kendall Marshall and how it affects the North Carolina (20:10-33:30), and the early exit of the Connecticut Huskies and what the future of the program holds (33:30-39:25). Next, we talked to a few callers about the NCAA Tournament (39:25-48:17), the Fabrice Muamba collapsing situation in the FA Cup Soccer Match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bolton (48:17-1:02:35), and Peyton Manning choosing to play in Denver (1:02:35-1:27:30). We continued with the Peyton Manning-Tim Tebow discussion (1:27:30-1:35:00). We then filled out a mock bracket on-air to decide the best jerseys in all of college football (1:37:40-1:57:20) and closed the show with predictions for the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament (1:57:20-Finish).
By Bob Long on March 19, 2012
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