Pod: FGCU and the rest of the tourney, too; talking first weekend
OK, we get a moment to breathe here. And so let's get back to the podcast. After no Friday pod (but be honest: you were glued to the TV/Internet for all things hoops, anyway), I run down the entire bracket and results with Tim Burke of Deadspin. You know, the guy who broke the Manti T'eo story.
OK, we get a moment to breathe here.
And so let's get back to the podcast. After no Friday pod (but be honest: you were glued to the TV/Internet for all things hoops, anyway), I run down the entire bracket and results with Tim Burke of Deadspin, who's been on the pod a few times before. You know, the guy who broke the Manti T'eo story. He's also a maniac when it comes to watching sports and grabbing video/GIFs. So you think you watched a lot over the previous four days? You got nothing on Tim. We break the bracket down and give reaction to pretty much every game and region.
By the way, overnight Tim put together the ultimate FGCU dunkfest compilation video and threw it up on Deadspin. It's awesome.
Tourney talk commence:
- From the beginning: Intros and FGCU!
- 13:15: The Midwest
- 21:40: The West/some of my stories from the site in Salt Lake.
- 29:30: Marshall Henderson
- 38:50: The East
- 44:30: The South
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