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I think that Chris Lambert is going to announce that Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, and Duke are going to the B1G in 2017. He’s been hinting about this for a while now. The guy isn’t very credible though. His Twitter handle is TheDudeofWV.
Your article about Rupp expansion was hilarious. You and your two friends from college must have gotten a big laugh. I guess you should just stick to Friday evening sports writing.
Love your show!! But where is the rest of my prize pack (won last friday)?!! You owe me a free facial (that I subsequently promised to my lady friend) and some Indy Eleven tix (I think). I’ve got nothing!!! You got me over here looking bad guys!!! Can ya hook me up?!!!
You are such a loser. Why do you spend your whole life being a fanboy?
what your article?
I HAVE $1500 CASH IN MY HAND THAT I’M DYING TO SPEND! WHY CAN’T I GET ANY HELP AROUND HERE?
Really using the term asshole in a professional article, is that the real life metaphor of the kettle calling the kettle black? But the real question is whether Bob Knight was merely an asshole to sports scribes and you have the last written word. Your ratings ended with that lack of professional objectivity. Which by the way is a judgment by someone who has written sports by lines and continues to teach.
Bob Knight was an asshole – a word I used because I am not aware of a better word to describe his behavior – because he demanded loyalty, but exhibits none, and would relentlessly demean those with whom he did business simply because he could. Sure, he treated the media like crap, but that doesn’t bother me much. There are those in the media I don’t care much for either.
I would rather take Bob Knight’s word than read your third grade tripe. Wallow in mediocrity.
I would rather take Bob Knight’s word than read your third grade tripe.
Until a week or so ago I didn’t know you existed and then the Star wrote a piece about there being 3 drive time sports radio shows and I learned you were on 1430. I gave your show a try and immediately liked the format. I’ve never liked the highest rated show because, except when Rake is filling in, there just isn’t enough sports content for my tastes. I don’t get in my car every day, but when I am driving in the afternoon, it is your show that is on my radio.
Which is not to say that I agree with everything you say. I am not off the Crean bandwagon yet although I don’t agree with everything he has done either. I know his job is to win college games, but I think if he wants to recruit five star players with pro potential, he needs to tell them that at IU they will be able to play their pro position. Playing 4′s at 5 and 2′s and 3′s at 4 isn’t job training.
And I don’t believe for a minute that you’d take a 2 million dollar pay cut to coach at Purdue instead of IU. It’s real money. Would you turn down a 2 million dollar raise to be on talk radio in New York instead of here? Fish bowl or not you’d pack your bags. To say otherwise would be like saying you’d tear up a winning lottery ticket rather than subject yourself to the publicity of claiming your winnings.
Thanks for listening. I appreciate your trust. We try to earn it.
As far as my claim about cash – how much money is enough? You don’t mess with happy. If you are in a stable environment with kids, that counts for a lot to me, and would keep me from making the jump to New York, regardless of the cash. I like Indianapolis, and have turned down several opportunities to leave for more cash. On the other hand, I moved to St. Louis for a couple of years because of extenuating circumstances – the company, assets available to continue to grow the station, and management with who I believed I could build a great sportstalk station. I left there to come back to Indianapolis because home is where my wife and I wanted to be, and this is home. I had no job when I left there, and missed the money a little bit, but some things are more important than money.
I would never tear up a winning lottery ticket, but I’m pretty damn happy right now. Hope I’m smart enough not to mess with it.