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ESPN unveils slightly excessive NCAA tournament coverage
- Updated: March 16, 2010
Pictured above are a slew of ESPN hoop analysts, often referred to as "the Badboys of Bristol." From left to right, we have Tim Welsh, Mark Gottfried, Adrian Branch, Andy Katz, LaPhonso Ellis, Jimmy Dykes, Fran Fraschilla, Steve Bardo, host Scott Van Pelt, and for reasons unknown, no Sam The Eagle, whose trademark seat next to the gigantic "Bracketology" bracket remains hauntingly vacant.
In lieu of watching the rest of ESPNU?s 89 consecutive hours of vengeful college basketball coverage, we highly recommend humping your bracket.