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March 19: Asinine Madness

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March's Madness is upon us. It's an all hardwood edition of the show with the most asinine analysis imaginable. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo share their brackets and overthink the NCAA Tournament, a tournament their grandmothers probably have just as good of a shot at predicting accurately. 

Before college basketball owns the sports world, your favorote sports genius' cover some news from the professional ranks. The NBA is not be ignored, as the New York Knicks have hit the headlines, and not for embarassong drama. Phil Jackson brings his championship pedigree to the franhise he once won championships with as a player. Can Phil be a legendary executive, like he was a coach. How tall of a task does the Zen Master have ahead of him? Will Phil Jackson's presence influence Carmelo Anthony's impending free agency decision? Does Mike still want Carmelo to sprint the Hell out of New York? 

The field is set for another memorable NCAA Tournament. Wichita State is undefeated, but got the toughest bracket for a number one seed. Did the Shockers get screwed? Louisville is the defending champion and red hot, yet are a four seed. Could this be a blessing in disguise? Is Syracuse on serious upset watch, after crawling through the end of the season? Which low seed could make a run? How dangerous are historic giants like Kentucky, North Carolina, and UCLA, despite entering as underdogs? Will George ride a bandwagon cursing a team? With much under the radar tournament success, can Michigan State respond to finally being a sexy pick? 

Expect the cream to rise to the top of March Madness, just like the Buzz-saw will rise above the Howitzer (as always). 

They conquer brackets better than Obama. And the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

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