Mariotti Show Replay: Friday, March 14th

Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on March 14, 2014.Kansas_Andrew_Wiggins_2014

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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 14, 2014:

BARKLEY FALLS ASLEEP

– I can’t get away with it, nor can anyone else
– Barkley, Ditka, Francesa all have dozed on air
– I never will doze on tne air
– Material too compelling, always

ANDREW WIGGINS
– Starting to prove why so coveted
– Stats increase dramatically with no Embiid
– Explosive, fall-back j, joy to watch
– Kansas still very potent

MCDERMOTT DOES THE GARDEN
– Not fazed by big city and mecca
– Makes SI cover, all eyes on him
– A scoring machine, and NBA is watching
– Not most athletic player, yet creates shots
– Has two, three players on him, doesn’t matter
– Creighton has steam to do March damage

BIG EAST AT GARDEN
– Not same feel missing familiar powers
– Blame Big Football for conference chaos
– Gonna be hard sell in New York down road

NO. 1 SEED
– Villanova loss sends message: anything possible
– Winner of ACC shindig likely No. 1
– Boeheim-Krzyzewski will be another classic in ACC
– No. 1 seed won’t matter amid March parity
– Any of Sweet 16 capable of winning it all

BOB GLAUBER INTERVIEW
– New York Newsday football writer, NBC analyst
– Impressed by Belichick’s slick Revis move
– Thinks Revis will excel in Belichick scheme
– Broncos had no choice, had to spend big on defense
– Doesn’t expect Incognito to be in NFL again
– NFL not saying anything, wary of legal side
– Loves what Lovie Smith has done in Tampa Bay
– Not sold on Josh McCown
– Thinks Jets may pass on Vick, go with Geno Smith
– Who makes more noise in NYC, Decker or wife?

 

Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 14, 2014:

FLORIDA, WICHITA STATE CO-FAVORITES
– Nation might not know players, yet know Donovan
– Wilbekin, PG, is leader, come far as person, player
– Very deep, different hero each night
– Reggie Miller likes them, says still might lose early
– Wichita, remember, went to national semis last year
– Very scary, versatile team
– Marshall revels in disrespect from “haters”
– Smart people won’t dis Shockers
– Trick will be to pick peripheral team to win it all

METS COACH
– Another month, another poor choice of words
– Do these people not learn from Incognito and others?
– Mets have problems, $88 m payroll
– If owners still impacted by Madoff scandal, sell team
– Can’t operate on cheap in No. 1 market, vs. Yankees

RYNE SANDBERG
– Lays down law, benches Jimmy Rollins
– Trying to awaken dormant former contender
– Phillies got old, still have major talent
– Sandberg once was laid-back, reserved
– Stint as Mariotti’s co-host changed him
– Ripped Sosa in Hall of Fame speech

STEVE NASH
– Does come off as greedy, says won’t retire, wants $9.8 m
– Has rarely played for Lakers, yet will take the money
– Might want to rethink stance, mention charity
– Very well-liked player, two-time MVP
– Doesn’t want to leave game this way
– Lakers want to wipe salary off 2014-15 slate

 

Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 14, 2014:

BARKLEY FALLS ASLEEP
– I can’t get away with it, nor can anyone else
– Barkley, Ditka, Francesa all have dozed on air
– I never will doze on tne air
– Material too compelling, always

ANDREW WIGGINS
– Starting to prove why so coveted
– Stats increase dramatically with no Embiid
– Explosive, fall-back j, joy to watch
– Kansas still very potent

MCDERMOTT DOES THE GARDEN
– Not fazed by big city and mecca
– Makes SI cover, all eyes on him
– A scoring machine, and NBA is watching
– Not most athletic player, yet creates shots
– Has two, three players on him, doesn’t matter
– Creighton has steam to do March damage

BIG EAST AT GARDEN
– Not same feel missing familiar powers
– Blame Big Football for conference chaos
– Gonna be hard sell in New York down road

NO. 1 SEED
– Villanova loss sends message: anything possible
– Winner of ACC shindig likely No. 1
– Boeheim-Krzyzewski will be another classic in ACC
– No. 1 seed won’t matter amid March parity
– Any of Sweet 16 capable of winning it all

BOB GLAUBER INTERVIEW
– New York Newsday football writer, NBC analyst
– Impressed by Belichick’s slick Revis move
– Thinks Revis will excel in Belichick scheme
– Broncos had no choice, had to spend big on defense
– Doesn’t expect Incognito to be in NFL again
– NFL not saying anything, wary of legal side
– Loves what Lovie Smith has done in Tampa Bay
– Not sold on Josh McCown
– Thinks Jets may pass on Vick, go with Geno Smith
– Who makes more noise in NYC, Decker or wife?

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