Pardon the Interruption

Season 8 Episode 72

February 12, 2009

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Feb 12, 2009 on ESPN
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Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: between UCONN and North Carolina, who is the most impressive team and who would win if the two were to play; will Bud Selig hand down a punishment on Alex Rodriguez, following his admission to using steroids; if MLB gives amnesty to players who come forward, to those who admitted to using steroids, how many would come forward; is tennis' new drug testing rules now too stringent, considering that it is now an Olympic sport; their thoughts on Drew Rosenhaus e-mail NFL teams saying that his clients (Anquan Boldin, Plaxico Burress and Chad Johnson) are all available for trades. Jeff Capel, Oklahoma coach, joins Tony and Dan for Five Good Minutes.moreless

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