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The Reggie Jackson episode of the Sports Underground. I have a lot to weigh in on in this show. What a week for Rick Pitino huh? It's only one week folks...you can climb down off the ledge if your baseball team isn't on track. Also, a fan base that should panic.

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If you aren't enraged by the way CNN covered the Steubenville rape trial, you just don't know. A jump into the madness of March including some first round information that you MUST hear before filling out your bracket. They're Heating up...okay, they've been on fire...but how do the Miami Heat rank with the greatest teams of all time?

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The problem with PED's in baseball and football continues and why is congress involved? The folly that is the World Baseball Classic and my theories as to why it doesn't work. Which NBA team reeks of desperation right now? The answer might surprise you.

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Covering the topics of the day. Including the question of sexuality in sports.

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The first broadcast from the new Bedrock studios. The NFL combine confirms what we've mostly suspected. Which team has the most to play for in the NBA? And why College Basketball and the Oscars have more in common than you'd think.

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Baron weighs in on the Paterno thing, he's dead, why can't we let this story die? A rare compliment for Kobe Bryant. And WTF Cleveland? I either love the Indians or it's the dawn of the apocalypse...I can't decide.

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Baron and Ron do a postmortem on the Super Bowl, discuss the demise of College Basketball, and squawk about Mark Teixeira's admission that he is paid to much.

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Baron and special guest, San Francisco faithful, Ron Geren Discuss the upcoming Super Bowl.

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Catching up with the NFL. The big reason that Notre Dame can't compete with Alabama. The Major League Baseball Hot Stove report rolls on in the NL West.

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Breaking down the NFL. What do Kent State and Notre Dame have in common? (Spoiler Alert: Neither one impresses me) And what does the landscape of the National League Central look like?

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