Retired general James Marks brought up Kentucky's one-and-done players on CNN while discussing airstrikes against Syria.

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James Marks makes reference to Kentucky basketball “one-and-done” players while discussing the United States missile strikes on Syria

This was probably not the best way to go about analyzing a very serious situation.

“This is not like Kentucky basketball one-and-done. This is the start of a series of operations.”

Jim Nantz calls Sergio Garcia’s Masters-winning putt

Denver Pioneers goaltender drops F-bomb on ESPN after winning national championship

The Denver Pioneers won their eighth national championship in hockey with a victory over Minnesota Duluth. After the game, DU star goaltender Tanner Jaillet spoke with ESPN’s Quint Kessenich, and casually dropped an F-bomb:

My favorite part of this is how Kessenich just smoothly keeps going on like nothing happened (and perhaps he missed it).

The Phillie Phanatic brought John Kruk a lot of hot dogs

The former first baseman — and current CSN Philly analyst — didn’t seem to care much for the gesture:

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