Pardon the Interruption

Season 9 Episode 103

March 30, 2010

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Mar 30, 2010 on ESPN
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Tony and Bob Ryan discuss the top sports stories including: should Duke be the favorite to win the National Basketball Championship, among the final four teams that also include Michigan State, Butler and West Virginia; their thoughts on the recent trade rumors that would send Donovan McNabb to the Raiders; their thoughts on Al Skinner being fired as Boston College's head basketball coach. Later Tony and Bob play Toss Up! with topics on: who should be the favorite to win the Masters: Tiger Woods or Ernie Els; surer #1 pick John Wall or Sam Bradford; who will be a better NBA owner Michael Jordan or Mikhail Prokhorov. Brad Stevens, Butler Bulldogs head basketball coach, joins Tony and Bob for Five Good Minutes.moreless

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