Just ten hours after Wisconsin lost on a heartbreaking buzzer-beating three, Jimmie has to regroup to speak of his pride for the Badgers despite a disappointing finish to the game in the Sweet 16. Mike Heller and Brian Posick, iHeartMedia staff sports psychologists, help Jimmie cope with the loss. Also on the show, Barneveld boy's basketball coach Jim Myers, who led his squad to the Division 5 state title, and David Murray, who is one of the organizers of the Tecmo Super Bowl championships held right here in Madison.
TOP TEN AT TEN
Things that feel better than losing in the NCAA Tournament on a buzzer beater
10. Stubbing your toe
6. Papercut under the fingernail
2. Literally being punched in the stomach
1. Knowing your team just concluded a fantastic four-year run in basketball
Number of Saturday shows skipped for no apparent or valid reason
Gatorades consumed during show:
Jimmie: 1 (10.5 lifetime)
Will we hear this person as the producer/host of the 6-8am morning show for the near future?
Joel: Yes, because setting alarms for 3am is awesome
Jimmie: No, because one-year-olds are alarm clocks that randomly pick a time to go off
Co-hosts celebrating holidays next weekend:
Joel's Fool's Day, April 1
Jimmie: Happy 32nd birthday you old geezer, April 2
Next week, Jimmie celebrates his last day as a 31-year-old by doing the same stuff he was doing at 11 years old: playing video games, drinking chocolate milk, and annoying the people in charge of him. Meanwhile, Joel will bother to show up and we'll talk about Opening Day or something. Ten to noon on The Big 1070.
Hot Takes Below.
The entire #Badger season we wondered if free throws would kill them.— Joel Finkelman (@JoelFinkelman) March 25, 2017
Literally logging on just to say #dukesucks— Jimmie Kaska (@jimmiekaska) March 20, 2017