Pardon the Interruption

Season 11 Episode 178

July 31, 2012

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Jul 31, 2012 on ESPN
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Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on what's the bigger news story for Team USA coming out of the Olympics: the women gymnastics team winning gold or the men's swimming 4 by 200 team winning gold; their thoughts on the MLB trade deadline passing and what was the biggest move; their thoughts on Drew Brees saying that "nobody trusts" NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell; their thoughts on 16-year old Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen winning gold in the 400 individual medley and the speculation from within the media that she possibly used performance enhancing drugs. Later Tony and Mike play What's the Word? Robin Ventura, Chicago White Sox manager, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes.

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