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April 10: Believe In The Warrior

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If you know nothing else, know the warrior spirit lives on forever. The spirit of the late great Ultimate Warrior now shines over Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo, as your favorite sports genius' keep bringing radio gold to the people. 

While the NBA and NHL are gearing up for the post-season, golf is just beginning their calander. THE MASTERSSSS symbolizes the change of the season and the hope. Unfortunately, the PGA's hope has been diminished a bit. Tiger Woods is missing a major championship. How much does this hurt golf in general? Does golf need a new face of the sport? Phil Mickelson is too old and too inconsistent. Is the pressure now on Rory McIlroy to be "the guy?" 

Just like golf, baseball is in the early stages of a season. After a couple weeks of games, has the expected landscape of MLB changed? It's been an asinine ride for instant replay? Is their a fix? 

Teams are preparing for the Stanley Cup playoffs gauntlet. Which low seeds can cause havoc? Who are the most vulnerable high seeds? Is the most pressure all on the shoulders of the Pittsburgh Penguins? Even though the Undertaker lost at WrestleMania, the Red Wings streak has not been snapped. Detroit has reached the post-season for the 23rd consecutive year. Mike feels a roller coaster Red Wings season resulting in a playoff birth should make Mike Babcock Mr. Jack Adams. George presents Patrick Roy as his COY.

Uconn has won its fourth national title since 1999. Has Connecticut reached college basketball's elite programs? 

DeSean Jackson's NFL gang drama is played forward with a prediction for the winner and loser. 

Bad times don't last forever. But bad guys do. Yup, the Buzz-saw isn't going away. 

Believe in the warrior. Believe in the Howitzer and Buzz-saw. Conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....