Tobin, Manso, and Beast: Buffer in the House
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Tobin and the crew recap the first day of March Madness. Beast has an issue with Michael Buffer needing to get paid everytime someone says his famous phrase. Producer Robbie drops a hot take that St. Patricks day ruins March Madness because the sports bars don't care about what games are on their tvs. Beast comes up with an idea in which bars subscribe to a channel guide and Tobin thinks nobody would buy that which leads into a very heated debate. Tobin and Will Manso break down the Dwyane Wade injury and wonder if the Heat would have been better if he was still on the team. Michael Buffer joins the show and talks about how it never gets old doing what he is doing with the upcoming GGG-Daniel Jacobs bout
Tobin and Will Manso talk about the concluded investigation involving the death of Jose Fernandez and all the mixed emotions surrounding it. Beast compares his emotions for a Canes NCAA tournament game compared to a Canes Football game. Tobin says he won't as bummed with a Canes loss as would be with a Heat loss tonight. Tobin says that if Jim Larranaga gets the Canes to the Sweet 16 again that there should be 16 statues of him on campus that when someone walks by one it starts dancing. Erik Spolestra and Goran Dragic react to Dwyane Wade's season ending injury hoping he recovers soon. Manso reveals the time almost got in a fight in Dallas in 2006 during the NBA Finals. The guys try to figure out what they are going to do for St. Patrick's Day.