Pushing the Envelope (03/23/2014)

Pushing-the-EnvelopeIt is Sunday, so you know it is once again time for another episode of “Pushing the Envelope”. As I have said before the podcast will air each and every Sunday on CLNSRadio, and can also be heard by going to BlogTalkRadio starting at 10:00 a.m. EST. And if you can not catch the show live, check out ITunes to listen to it whenever you can.

PTE1Selection Sunday has come and gone and today the second half of the teams will play to see who is left for the Sweet Sixteen. If you are the new and larger ACC you can not feel good about what has gone on this year at the Big Dance. Two teams out in the Round of 64, including #3 seed Duke, two more out in the Round of 32, including #3 seed SU, just North Carolina and Virginia remain to hold the flag for the conference. And while both could make it to next weekend, it’s not a given for either to move on. So, yes, once again we will be talking about college ball, and I am sure there is going to be plenty of talking about it when it comes to what used to be the most powerful conference in the NCAA when it comes to hoops.

If along the way something else comes up, I might just talk about it as well, cause we all have to remember, this is “Pushing the Envelope”, where we never sit on the fence on any discussion. If along the way something else comes up, I might just talk about it as well, cause we all have to remember, this is “Pushing the Envelope”, where we never sit on the fence on any discussion.

So before you settle into your Sunday routine, before you start thinking where will my team end up in the Big Dance, come listen to yours truly on another episode of the often opinionated, never underrated “Pushing the Envelope”, and if you want to chime in, please do, at (347) 215-7771.

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