In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we made a major announcement about the site of our next live remote (Start-3:42), discussed the thrilling Louisville vs Florida Elite 8 game and the brutal officiating of the weekend (3:42-11:57), analyzed the Ohio State vs. Syracuse game, which led into a preview of the Kansas vs. Ohio State Final Four matchup and an analysis of Kansas’ victory over North Carolina (11:57-23:08). We then analyzed Kentucky’s victory over Baylor in the Elite 8 and previewed the Kentucky vs. Louisville Final Four game (23:08-47:30), previewed Kansas vs. Ohio State (47:30-54:25). We then talked about the AP 1st Team All American selections (54:25-1:02:15), analyzed Kevin’s NBA Mock Draft (1:02:15-1:17:15). After the break, we discussed Tiger Woods’ first victory in 28 months at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and what it means for the Masters in two weeks (1:19:55-1:39:17). Next, we debated the move of Tim Tebow to the Jets and the possibility of Bill Parcells coaching the Saints for this year in Sean Payton’s absence (1:39:17-1:53:08). Finally, we previewed US U-23 National Soccer Team’s win or go home matchup against El Salvador in its fight for an Olympic bid (1:53:08-Finish).
By Bob Long on March 27, 2012
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