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Seth Greenberg thinks UCLA shoplifting trio should be suspended all season, Jay Williams says “stop that!”
An unexpected fairly heated exchange took place between Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams at halftime of ESPN’s Duke-Michigan State broadcast on Tuesday night. Rece Davis explained how UCLA basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill returned to Los Angeles after being arrested in China last week for shoplifting.
So Davis asked the analysts about how UCLA should discipline these players, and Williams said they should be suspended “a couple of games.” Greenberg very much disagreed with that, and said he thinks they should be suspended for the entire season.
On the topic of the UCLA shoplifting trio, Bill Walton apologized “on behalf of the human race” for their actions
UCLA legend Bill Walton was very embarrassed by the shoplifting incident and apologized at tipoff of UCLA’s opener in China “on behalf of the human race for this travesty.”
Walton also talked about how much he loved going on the Pirates of the Caribbean and Tron rides at Shanghai Disney.
Never change, Bill.
Cris Collinsworth raves about Brock Osweiler, right as Osweiler throws a terrible interception
Cris Collinsworth had an amazing announcer jinx during the Broncos-Patriots game on Sunday Night Football.
“It was Osweiler who talked about Hue Jackson in Cleveland and said “I have nothing bad to say about him. My fundamentals needed work and Hue Jackson did great work. And I’ll tell you, he looks better, he looks sharp out here tonight.”
And, Brock Osweiler interception.
Dickie V is very excited to have college basketball season back
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