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Relatively Speaking: March Madness, Saul Goodman, no more NBA people

March 12, 2016: Kansas Jayhawks celebrates after winning the NCAA Big 12 conference mens basketball tournament championship game between the West Virginia Mountaineers and the Kansas Jayhawks at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas won the Big 12 Tournament by defeating West Virginia 81-71 (Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire)
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Jared and Joseph have recorded yet another episode of the not yet realized to be your favorite podcast, Relatively Speaking. Even better, it is a March Madness edition of the show.

After getting through introduction minutia, the boys quickly jump right into fan-favorite segment Bad Tweets. However, there’s a twist to this week’s segment, as it actually turns out to be Bad TV. Moreover, why Jared and Joseph don’t love the idea of having NBA personalities at the forefront of college basketball’s biggest event, the NCAA Tournament.

The boys discuss good and bad seeds. Furthermore, Joseph attempts to tell you why the First Four is far better than given credit for, discusses UNC Asheville as if the program was the John Wooden led UCLA Bruins, and a new song is sort of made up for Stony Brook’s eater of worlds, Jameel Warney.

An entire portion of the podcast discusses possible upsets, too. While neither guy feels like there will be a 12 upsetting a 5 this season, both like a couple of 13-seeds, and Joseph manages to pick a 15-seed to take down a two-seed.

Absurd Questions has been replaced this week with Jared and Joe Talk TV. Better Call Saul is the final topic of discussion. While it is agreed upon that it is not Breaking Bad — but really what is — the duo thinks it is the finest show on television today.

https://soundcloud.com/joseph-nardone-65826737/relatively-speaking-march-madness

You can follow Jared on Twitter @JMintzHoops

You can also follow Joseph on the mean streets of Twitter @JosephNardone

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