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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec preveiw the Wisconsin Badgers vs. Duke Blue Devils.
John and Dan continue previewing the 2014 ACC football season, focusing on the Duke Blue Devils this week. Other topics include (but are not limited to): the renewal of the SU-Georgetown series, last year's Duke-SU basketball games and beer.
That's right CWholics, Matt Rury and Calvin Chamberlain are live tonight at 9:30 PM EST on CLNS Radio taking your calls about last night's Duke-Wisconsin men's national title game. Puke! What a terrible show this is going to be. Throw your best apple, hurler!
Spoiler alert...Rury doesn't want to hear about the Duke Blue Devils!
More up his alley will be Celtics talk, and whatever else Calvin brings in his bag of tricks.
Call 347-215-7771 and follow @CLNSRadio on twitter or you will be frowning.
ChabDog Radio checks out the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Final -- Wisconsin Badgers vs. Duke Blue Devils
Guest commentator Rene Betts will be joining the blogcast, along with braketologist extraordinaire Stephanie Brackett
Can the Badgers complete their journey to the promised land for the first time since 1941 or will this be yet another title for the Dukies?
NBA and NHL playoff preview
MLB update/opening day recap
The Duke Blue Devils are your national champions, and there were plenty of intriguing storylines along the way. Did Coach K outcoach Bo Ryan? And how about those Wildcats that couldn't close out the perfect season? We touch on all the Final Four takeawys and get you ready for the upcoming spring games this weekend in college football. Listeners are welcome to call in for questions and discussion.
BangTheBook writer Adam Burke is joined by Expert Handicapper Kyle Hunter to go in-depth on the two Final Four matchups and project lines for the NCAA Tournament Championship Game. The Kentucky Wildcats face the Wisconsin Badgers and the Duke Blue Devils take on the Michigan State Spartans in the Final Four from Indianapolis on Saturday. Adam and Kyle will break down every angle on each game and look ahead to the national championship game on April 6. This is your home for college basketball betting odds and picks against the spread.
March Madness is here and we have ZagsBlog.com / SNY.tv basketball insider Chris Russell to help us breakdown the brackets. Can John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats stay perfect? Can the Duke Blue Devils and Virginia Cavaliers bounce back from devastating losses in the ACC Conference tournament? Is Jay Wright annd Villanova for real? Will Wisconsin bore us to death en route to a title? Who are the dark-horses and potential Cinderellas?
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap all of the Elite 8 games. Four teams were cutting down nets, as they won they region: Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, and the Duke Blue Devils.
Wisconsin struggled shooting, once again, in the first half. The second half was a different story, as it seemed, the Badgers could not miss from behind the arc. Arizona stayed in this game by getting to the foul line; 30 times, and out rebounding the Badgers by one. Sam Dekker iced the game, with a high arching three pointer with 20 seconds left, making the score 84-76.
Kentucky remained perfect, only after Andrew Harrison made two free throws, with 6 seonds left. Jerian Grant missed a three pointer from the corner, as time expired. In a back and forth game, Kentucky outlasted the Irish, 68-66.
Tom Izzo is going back to the Final Four, for the seventh time. Louisville and Michigan State gave the fans, an extra five minutes, of basketball. As the media talked to Travis Trice, Denzel Valentine, and Brandon Dawson, without sharp shooter Bryn Forbes, the Spartans may have been watching the Final Four, from Lansing, MI. Forbes made 4 or 6 three pointers and finished with 14 points.
All-American Jahill Okafor was held to 9 points, on 4 of 10 shooting. However, the other four starters all scored, in double digits. Led by Justise Winslow and Matt Jones, with 16. Like Forbes, the Blue Devils should be putting the microphone, in Jones corner. He buried 4 of 7 three pointers, and the Blue Devils took control of this game late, and never looked back.
What a great week of Spring sports we’ve seen and we’re involved in, with everyone’s favorite golf tournament, The Masters just getting underway.
But, The Frat House Gang sticks with the just concluded NCAA Tournaments with winners in the Duke Blue Devils and UConn Huskies women. One of our favorite teams here though are the LaSalle Explorers and we are thrilled to be joined by the men’s head coach Dr. John Giannini giving us his insight on the challenges of recruitment; the “one-and-done”; and, the future of the NCAA.
A couple of Atlanta Hawks players are in trouble with the law; the Atlanta Falcons got in trouble with “Noise-Gate”; and, the Atlanta Braves are in trouble even before the season began. We’ll be joined and commiserating about bad sports cities with Seth Harp from ESPN 102.1 in Savannah, George
As usual, we’ve got one fast-moving program taking in as much as possible . . . so be sure to jump in with “The Frat House Gang” – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon – by bringing your talk as well to 347 – 826 – 9964!
We'll be recapping yesterday's Phillies-Sox opener at Citizen's Bank Park, as well as recapping the NCAA tournament championship game between # 1 seeds Duke and Wisconsin.
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Chad Wilson talks whatever comes to mind in the world of sports. Some topics may include:
- Duke wins 5th NCAA Championship under Coach K
- Urban Meyer wants recruiting to slow down
- My 1st Round AFC East What they really need mock draft
- Local Dade County HS football
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Legendary coach Bobby Gonzalez did pick Duke in last night's NCAA Championship game, in large part because he felt Wisconsin won a sort of national championship of their own on Saturday night when they beat the 38-0 Kentucky Wildcats.
Duke cruised into the final after a 20-point win over Michigan State, and it really showed last night in final stretch of the game as Duke had a little more in the tank to close it out.
In this interview with Robin Lundberg on ESPN Radio in New York, Gonzo talked about the breakout star performance -- and a name for the future -- with freshmen Grayson Allen coming in and saving the day by igniting the Duke team with his 16 huge points, his heart and hustle when they were down 9 points and Jahlil Okafor and Justice Winslow were on the bench with foul trouble. Allen and Amille Jefferson's defense on Frank Kaminsky was enough to get them in striking distance, then freshmen point guard Tyus Jones took the game over and put on a show for the ages of some of the most clutch plays you will ever see from a freshmen in the title game.
Last, Gonzo and Lundberg spoke about how Bo Ryan handled the Badgers' defeat, and where this 5th national championship now puts Coach K. (I wrote about it in my column for SheridanHoops back when he went over the 1,000 win mark.)