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March 26, 2015

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The HBS: Too Sweet

by Asti

By: Mike Asti and George Gerbo

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We are now at the sweetest time of madness filled year. Mike “the Buzz-saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo discuss the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 matchups. What have been the storylines that brought us to this point?

ISU

Wisconsin

Is the idea a conferences depth and quality is dependent on how far teams advance actually overblown? Did some early round upsets expose incorrect seeding? Mike and George banter about if SMU got screwed in their loss to UCLA or have only themselves to blame.

Izzo

Sixteen will become eight. Which teams will advance? What is the mindset of an undefeated Kentucky, trying to make history? How does Tom Izzo manage to take Michigan State on deep runs through March seemingly out of nowhere so often?

Dwight Howard

NBA: Golden State Warriors at Dallas Mavericks

While the college kids keep getting asinine, there’s some new developments in the NBA. Derrick Rose might be back (eye roll). Dwight Howard is back. And who will emerge as the real MVP? Does Russell Westbrook not get enough credit for his true value, despite his recent trible-double streak? Could Dwight Howard’s return end up hurting James Harden’s chances?

AP

The war between the Minnesota Vikings and Adrian Peterson makes its presence felt yet again.

How sweet it is to conquer? Just ask the Howitzer and Buzz-saw, as they conquer sports radio, one day, at a time….

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  1. Mar 27 2015

    Reblogged this on Tricycle Offense.

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