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March 27: A Sweet Circus

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Well most of your brackets are undoubtedly busted. This can mean only one thing: we're now halfway through the NCAA Tournament. As March's Madness turns to April, Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo try to weed through all the asininity. 

It's the Sweet 16! We've got a bitter rivalry, some low seed darlings, and some lehendary coaches. What more could you people want? In the main event, Louisville and Kentucky renew their rivalry. Is this perhaps the toughest matchup Louisville has on their road back to the Final Four? How much better is Kentucky than their 8 seed says? Dayton is still dancing to the Elite Eight. Can Dayton be a roadblock to the heavy favorite Florida? Has Virginia actually become an underdog as 1 seed? Will UCONN be able to use the MSG home court advantage? All we know, Mike has already locked up defeating George. Nothing new here. 

Beyond the tournament, a coach is making news for lying on his resume. Steve Masiello thought he could use his success at Manhattan to land a major level job like USF. Apparently Masiello has been coaching for years lying that he had a college degree. This lie already cost him his new job. Will it cost him his current one too? How absolutely retarded is this man? 

Should college athletes be paid? Northwestern athletes have won the right to unionize. What does this mean for college athletics as a whole? Mike rants on a potential communistic situation this could create. And how allowing players to profit from their likeness may be the best solution. 

Miggy Miggy can't you see? Sometimes your money hynotizes me. Miguel Cabrera broke the bank with a new contract extension. The resume is there, but will it continue through his new deal? 

They're all about conquering. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

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