3/25 ESVN #76 – ‘Sweet 16’ Preview; Kim Mulkey Exposé Coming? NFL Bans Hip Drop Tackle & NHL Playoff Race

March 25, 2024

It’s ESVN Week #76! Emma and Bradley break down the weekend of college basketball as the NCAA tournament rounds into the Sweet 16. They also touch on the potential bombshell investigation from the Washington Post coming out about LSU women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey, the state of the NHL regular season, and the NFL officially banning “hip drop” tackles.

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2:46-22:48-March Madness! GREAT weekend of basketball, ESPECIALLY Texas A & M-Houston & Iowa State-Stanford in the women’s bracket

22:49-33:21-LSU women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey MELTS down before Washington Post publishes a piece about her

33:22-36:23-Allegations against Shohei Ohtani’s interpreter STEALING from him, allegedly to pay off gambling debt

36:24-47:20-NFL BANS “hip drop” tackle-what does this mean for gameplay going into the fall?; and, of course, Emma & Bradley discuss Saquon on the Eagles AGAIN

47:21-1:07:32-NHL season recap! Who do Emma and Bradley trust going into the playoffs? Who are paper tigers?

1:07:33-1:17:30-Your IM’s! And the report that Washington might take JJ McCarthy with the 2nd overall pick…

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