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Today on the show: Bryce and Aaron yapp about college basketball, the Masters, and the NBA. - First, they yapp about John Calipari winning his first NCAA title as coach after Kentucky beats Kansas. - Bryce throws out some ideas for the NCAA and NBA concerning what they can do to solve the one and done problem. - The guys yapp about the Knicks and Jeremy Lin’s injury and who the current favorites are in the East and West. - Bryce throws out some ideas for the NCAA and NBA concerning what they can do to solve the one and done problem. - Riots were started and couches were burned in Lexington, Ky., after Kentucky won the NCAA title on Monday. Bryce shares why he thinks people lose their mind when their favorite team wins a championship. - Bryce shares a spiritual lesson that can be learned from something John Calipari said after last night’s game. Play in new window | Download | Subscribe in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher

Tebowmania in New York Last night, the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets finalized a trade to send Tim Tebow, and subsequent Tebowmania, to New York.... Now with the Jets, Jeff Darlington of NFL.com writes that Tebow has the biggest platform in America, New York City... Ohio State's Aaron Craft The Ohio State Bukeyes play the Cincinnati Bearcats tonight in the Sweet 16, but for the Buckeyes Aaron Craft, basketball is only a part of who he is. "I choose to be a Christian, a student and then an athlete," Craft said. (thelantern.com) Craft is involved in Athletes in Action at Ohio State, attending bible studies and weekly meetings... Louisville's Peyton Siva "Stop being selfish," Siva said to his dad. "He saved my life," Peyton Siva Sr. said. (Seattle Times) Louisville and Michigan State play tonight in the Sweet 16 but Cardinals point guard Peyton Siva's biggest assist in life was to his dad; who was contemplating ending his life before Peyton Jr. boldly said those words... Christian Athletes in the Headlines: Namath on Jets trading for Tebow: 'I think it's just a publicity stunt' (NFL.com) Tim Tebow and the Jets: What could possibly go wrong? (Washington Post) Tim Tebow: King of New York? (ESPN.com) Drew Brees is befuddled, wants an explanation for Payton’s suspension (Yahoo Sports)

Today on the show Bryce and Aaron are joined in studio by Greg Arnold to breakdown the NCAA Tournament. -Find out what surprising sleeper all three guys agree on. -Listen to Bryce’s very risky Final Four pick. -Greg picks every team from his home state of Ohio. -Aaron makes a bold prediction and gives Bryce a hard time about the team he thinks will knock off Duke. -Hear who we think will win the whole tournament. -The guys talk about some of their favorite March Madness memories. Play in new window | Download | Subscribe in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher

What is "Mini-Madness?" Is this the end for UCLA's head coach Ben Howland? And what conference tournaments should you be watching this weekend? Find out in this week's Old School... The end for Ben Howland? UCLA has had it rough lately, going just 53-42 in the past 3 seasons. A recent report in Sports Illustrated suggests that head coach Ben Howland has lost control of the team... March Madness Word of the Week Mini-Madness (noun) Definition inside... Conference Tournaments This weekend and next will be the appetizer to the main course. The bigger conference tourneys mean more for seeding and positioning in the NCAA tournament, but for most teams across the land, the conference tournament championship is the only ticket into the big dance. With so much on the line with dreams simultaneously shattering and coming true, any conference tournament is a good watch. But in case you can’t watch every single minute of the action, here are the tournaments you should make a point to watch this weekend...

Fearing the future can be like a small flame that ignites into a fire. But that’s a barbecue Butler University senior co-captain Ronald Nored would rather forgo. And it’s an inferno he’d rather extinguish with the lessons of his past...

During this year’s men’s NCAA basketball tournament, I heard an interesting argument re- garding Butler’s postseason success. Bob Kravitz, Indianapolis Star columnist, said one of the keys to their success is their conference, the Horizon League, a conference that most likely won’t get any at-large bids and therefore must be won to advance to the Big Dance. Every game was a “must win” game and significantly affected Butler’s hopes of making the tournament. That’s why, when Butler did make the tournament, the players’ attitudes didn’t change. They’d been playing “do-or-die” all year...

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