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March 27: Nonsensical Reality

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In a sports world that is always humorous and rarely makes any sense, some of the news of the past week actually provided some shock, asinine shock, but shock none the less. Who better to discuss asinine sports news than Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo. 

Look no further than the madness... In a tournament always dominated by madness, the 2013 NCAA Tournament has become perhaps the most maddening in history. Some 12 over 5's - sure. A 14 over a 3 - alright. A 15 over a 2 - damn. Almost a couple 16's over 1's - wow. And that was just the first weekend. There's still some usual suspects around, but they're joined by La Salle, Wichita State, and FLORIDA GULF COAST?! A program not even in existence a decade ago is in the Sweet 16! March Madness is alive and well. 

While the on-court action is exciting, the off-court college basketball stories are equally as entertaining. Eliminated UCLA and Minnesota (ironically the team that ousted the Bruins) fired their prominent stellar head coaches. Which one of these moves was more nonsensical and ridiculous? Where do these programs go from here? 

Tiger Tiger Woods, ya'll! The man, the myth, the legend has finally reclaim his thrown at top of the golf mountain. Does Tiger Woods spot as golf's number one player in the world mean he's back? Mike angrily explains how this entire notion is unreasonable at this point in Tiger's career. 

A hockey team is in the midst of a historic streak AGAIN and the NHL trade season has officially begun. The Pittsburgh Penguins and the rumor mill conclude with a hockey legend another gold star show. 

Nonsensical reality may be abundant, but the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer regardless, by conquering sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

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