Found February 20, 2013 on
Why did ESPN have Magic Johnson working last night’s Michigan State-Indiana game with Dickie V. and Mike Tirico? Because that’s what you do in mid-February to make a #1 vs. #4 much more important. The Hoosiers won, 72-68, and now have the inside track to a Big Ten title.
Who, besides dorks at Indiana, give two ***** about a Big Ten basketball title? Yeah, you get to hang a banner and come back to campus 20 years later for some stupid awards presentation at center court.
By the way, why’s Magic acting like a dick to Dickie.? The guy just wants a kiss.
(You know who cares about Big Ten basketball titles? This dork.)
You know who cares about Big Ten titles? This guy.
Been working out, bro?
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As for the Boston College student section at last night’s game against Maryland… (via @gamblingkings)
Finally, we shut it down with a look at the Post and it’s amazing sports cover.
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EAST LANSING, Mich. Magic Johnson was home Tuesday night.
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