In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, with Bob Long and Kevin McClernand, we began by recapping the semifinal games on Saturday night in Atlanta, Louisville vs Wichita State then Michigan vs Syracuse (Start-25:20). We then moved on to a discussion of the “Dome Theory,” the belief that the concept of basketball games being hosted in football domes impacts the ease of shooting and the quality of play (25:20-39:10). After the break, we dove into multiple controversial issues, including the Rutgers Mike Rice/Tim Pernetti scandal, our opinion on the issue may surprise you (41:00-1:04:38). We then continued the controversial segment with a debate on whether Geno Auriemma’s 7 titles and counting in women’s college basketball can be compared to John Wooden’s 10 championships in men’s college basketball (1:04:38-1:11:13). We then discussed Mark Cuban’s statement that he would consider drafting Brittany Griner in the second round (1:11:13-1:17:50), Minnesota’s hiring of Richard Pitino (1:17:50-1:31:55), and closed the show with a Master’s preview (1:34:00-Finish).
By Bob Long on April 9, 2013
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