Pardon the Interruption

Season 11 Episode 203

September 12, 2012

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Sep 12, 2012 on ESPN
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Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell willing to meet with Jonathan Vilma, Scott Fujita and Will Smith, who were suspended because of the Saints' bounty program and what will Goodell will do following the meeting; their thoughts on Notre Dame leaving the Big East for the ACC in all sports, except for football where they remain as an independent but will play five games against ACC opponents. Later Tony and Mike do Role Play! Peter King, Sports Illustrated columnist, joins Tony and Mike for Five Good Minutes to recap the first week of the NFL season.

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    Not a bad show today, but they dismissed Notre Dame basketball, and ACC basketball in general too quickly. There are a lot of good teams there now, not just Duke and UNC.



    Peter King I usually tune out, but there was nothing wrong with his weekly interview today. I still disagree with him on most NFL issues though.

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