Pardon the Interruption

Season 10 Episode 160

June 28, 2011

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Jun 28, 2011 on ESPN
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Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on Tiger Woods saying he has "many years ahead of him" and that he's not 65, when asked if Rory McIlroy is passing him by; their thoughts on Tigers manager Jim Leyland's rant, following the first base umpire's late out call, that ultimately lead to him being ejected from the game; their thoughts on the death of Lorenzo Charles and his legacy as he helped the Jimmy Valvano coached North Carolina State win the NCAA National Basketball Championship in 1983 over Houston; their thoughts on if the Red Sox/Phillies series is an important one; their thoughts on John Calipari signing a contract extension with Kentucky through the 2019 season. Later Tony and Mike play Good Cop, Bad Cop!moreless

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