The Audible with Stew & Bruce

3/14: NCAA Tournament storylines | Penn State saga continues | More Baylor issues

Episode Summary

No Stew this week as he takes time off after plenty of NCAA Tournament work, so Bruce is joined by the great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports. Bruce and Dan discuss really interesting storylines of the NCAA Tournament, plus they share stories on how college basketball recruiting has changed drastically over the years (5:45) and their craziest Bob Huggins stories (15:00). Penn State is back in the news, as both AD Tim Curley and VP Gary Schultz plead guilty to child endangerment stemming back from the Jerry Sandusky case over 5 years ago (23:00). Why are they pleading guilty now after years of proclaiming innocence, where we go from here with this case, and what does this mean for President Graham Spanier? Bruce and Dan explain. Plus, Baylor is back in the news after an official was let go for sending inappropriate text messages to a teenager - what is going on with the culture at that school? (38:40) And the possibility of a McGregor/Mayweather superfight continues to heat up (49:30).

Episode Notes

No Stew this week as he takes time off after plenty of NCAA Tournament work, so Bruce is joined by the great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports. Bruce and Dan discuss really interesting storylines of the NCAA Tournament, plus they share stories on how college basketball recruiting has changed drastically over the years (5:45) and their craziest Bob Huggins stories (15:00). Penn State is back in the news, as both AD Tim Curley and VP Gary Schultz plead guilty to child endangerment stemming back from the Jerry Sandusky case over 5 years ago (23:00). Why are they pleading guilty now after years of proclaiming innocence, where we go from here with this case, and what does this mean for President Graham Spanier? Bruce and Dan explain. Plus, Baylor is back in the news after an official was let go for sending inappropriate text messages to a teenager - what is going on with the culture at that school? (38:40) And the possibility of a McGregor/Mayweather superfight continues to heat up (49:30).