Tag Archives: Kentucky Wildcats

3-Man Weave episode 138: Upset City

DeSalv, LeMar, and Brian Waddell debate the most likely unlikely scenarios in college sports and the referee scandal that targets John Calipari. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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3-Man Weave episode 124: Walkin’ Back Through That Door

LeMar, Brian Waddell, and Kodis O’Shay talk about favorite NCAA hoops programs, teams to watch, and storied programs that are overdue a return to greatness. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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3-Man Weave episode 77: Adult Diaper Dandies

Special guest and Kentucky Basketball diehard Brian Waddell joins LeMar, DeSalv, and Kodis O’Shay to preview the NCAA men’s basketball season and talk most memorable players since 2000. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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MMP#173 – 3-Man Weave episode 49: New Day? More Like BOO Day

LeMar, DeSalv, and Kodis O’Shay reflect on Wrestlemania 31 and the WWE Raw that followed. Plus, they discuss the NCAA men’s Final Four. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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MMP#149 – The McLean DeSalvo RePort episode 34: LeBron Cena

Kodis O’Shay rejoins DeSalv and LeMar to talk about Kentucky’s platoon offense, the most over babyfaces in the NBA, and Survivor Series 2014. Related Links Fundraiser for James Harris (AKA wrestling’s Kamala)

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MMP#147 – The McLean DeSalvo RePort episode 33: One Kodi Don’t Stop No Show

LeMar and DeSalv hold it down in Kodis O’Shay’s absence despite his favorite player looking like a disco leprechaun. They discuss Mark Cuban’s suggestion that the OKC Thunder shut down for the season, whether the Kentucky Wildcats could beat the 76ers, Steve Nash’s legacy, and which terrible team LeMar would pay to watch. Download The […]

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Michael Jordan Fires Team, Buys Kentucky Wildcats

In an unprecedented front office move, Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan secured the draft rights to the NCAA champion Kentucky Wildcats. Most well known as the greatest basketball player of all time, Jordan’s reputation as a sports executive has been nothing short of disastrous. Reporters, wondering how NBA Commissioner David Stern could concede such a […]

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