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Golliver: Warriors Have "Eerie Kind Of Calm Confidence To Them"
Gardner: What Rest Of NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Lacks In Cinderellas, It Has In Competition
Are The Astros On The Path To Win The World Series By 2017?Ben Reiter from Sports Illustrated joined Mad Radio and they discussed his story that has the Houston Astros winning the World Series in 2017. Reiter had insider access to the Astros during the draft and talks about what went into the selection of Brady Aiken.
The NFL May Be In Health Litigation For The Unforeseeable FutureHow much trouble is the NFL in with another, possible class action, law suit pending in the courts? Legal professor Michael McCann joined us to discuss.
Bridgewater Much Better Than ManzielChris Burke from Sports Illustrated joined MaD Radio to talk about the draft, the head coaching carousel, and who he would take with the first pick in the NFL draft.
Should The Texans Draft Another Quarterback?Greg Bedard, from Monday Morning Quarterback, joined MaD Radio to discuss how impressive Case Keenum has been as well as what the young quarterback needs to do to prevent the Texans from spending their first round draft pick on another quarterback.
Matt Schaub May Be On The Carson Palmer PathChris Burke from Sports Illustrated joined MaD Radio to discuss the state of the Texans as well as who the Texans might be interested in one the draft rolls around in May.
Arian Foster Talks 'Schooled' Documentary And Calls NCAA 'Bullies'
UNC's Fedora: Okla. State Allegations 'Shocking' North Carolina coach Larry Fedora says he never saw signs of alleged rules violations reported by Sports Illustrated while an assistant at Oklahoma State.
Weeden Calls Oklahoma State Allegations 'Comical'Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden called Sports Illustrated's allegations of widespread corruption within Oklahoma State's football program "comical" and said one of the magazine's reporters has an agenda against the school.
Les Miles: Administration Of OSU Was 'Done Right'LSU coach Les Miles said those making allegations in Sports Illustrated of academic fraud at Oklahoma State, or improper payments to players from boosters, "weren't there long enough to figure it out," because they were dismissed from the program.
Report: Ok St Players Took Thousands From BoostersGov. Mary Fallin says allegations of impropriety within the Oklahoma State University football program are "disturbing and disappointing" and that she is confident the school's administration will investigate the charges thoroughly.