Pod: The future of how we'll watch and experience the NCAA tournament

By Matt Norlander | College Basketball Writer
John Groce and Ohio don't have a shot Friday night ... do they? (AP)

It's a special bonus podcast this week! The most reliable man on the Internet for sports videos, GIFs, screencaps and commentary is back. Deadspin's Tim Burke, who is also the founder of the house of fun that is Mocksession.com, hops on to discuss how much better/crazier/more evolved sports fans will become in the next decade thanks to advancements in both tech and production philosophies on behalf of TV networks.

You think we're going to just watch games and check Twitter five years from now? No, the game will most definitely change. Burke is also an Ohio University alumnus, so his appearance is perfectly appropriate and timely, as he can pom-pom for his Bobcats in advance to their Sweet 16 game Friday night against North Carolina.

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