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Relatively Speaking Podcast: NCAA Tournament fallout, coaching carousel

during the second half of the Oregon Ducks game versus the Rhode Island Rams in their NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship second round game on March 19, 2017, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA. (Photo by Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire)
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The Relatively Speaking Podcast is going back, back to Cali. Okay. That is a lie. But the podcast is back and Better Than Ezra. That’s right. Eat poop, early 1990s band!

Anyway, the NCAA Tournament’s first two rounds are in the books. Jared and Joseph consumed all the games, over all the days, so they can have all the takes.

What are these takes? Are they best takes? Well, you can ask anybody about the Relatively Speaking Podcast’s NCAA Tournament takes, and you know what they would tell you? That the Relatively Speaking Podcast’s takes are the best takes — and it has huge hands.

Jared and Joseph both agree what the biggest shockers are from the Big Dance. But the dastardly duo do also discuss how the things a lot of people are going bonkers over isn’t all that big of a deal.

As a transparent way to discuss the college basketball coaching carousel, Conspiracies Theories is back! Joseph claims that a certain coach is never going to quit, and will die doing what he loves most — yelling at media and picking his nose in the sideline.

After a very random WCW ramble, which was oddly inspired by Jared, the Relatively Speaking Podcast ends with Absurd Questions.

Again, rather oddly, we learned some pretty neat things about our hosts. Mostly, despite apparently having a crippling desire to mounds and mounds of cocaine, Joseph wouldn’t take the end of the world too badly. As for Jared, he hopes it rains pizza at some point. The key there being, that you should grab the slices that are in the middle if the pizza accumulation.

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