Pardon the Interruption

Season 9 Episode 17

November 13, 2009

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Nov 13, 2009 on ESPN
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Tony and Dan LeBatard discuss the top sports stories including: should the Bears be worried about Jay Cutler, after throwing five interceptions, in their loss to the 49ers; should Chris Paul be upset that the Hornets fired Byron Scott, without his consent; should the NBA listen to LeBron James' request to retire the number 23, league wide, in honor of Michael Jordan; their thoughts on the Tennessee student, who was held up wit a pellet gun, by three college football players, saying he doesn't charges filed against them and they should still be playing for the Volunteers; how important is the Patriots/Colts game; should an undefeated TCU play in the National Championship game, over a one loss SEC school; is there any excitement for the Pacquiao/Cotto fight.moreless

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