Top 10 Baseball Distractions

March 26, 2013 | Glenn Clark

4. Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Sweet 16-Maryland vs. UConn (Saturday TBA from Bridgeport, CT live on ESPN)

UConn stinks. So now where do we go from here?

Oh right, I wanted to post a video of Dave Matthews covering John Denver’s song “Take Me To Tomorrow” at some point. This works.

3. Soccer: Team USA @ Mexico (Tuesday 10:30pm from Mexico City live on ESPN)

This happened last week in a WORLD CUP QUALIFIER.

I cannot get over the excellence of this image.

2. College Lacrosse: Johns Hopkins @ North Carolina (Saturday 12pm from Chapel Hill, NC live on ESPNU); Maryland @ Virginia (Saturday 2pm from Charlottesville, VA live on ESPNU); Hofstra @ Towson (Saturday 7:30pm from Unitas Stadium live on Towson Sports Network)

I just got this far into T10BD and then realized I hadn’t addressed the fact that Mr. Feeny is going to be a part of “Girl Meets World.”


I believe this moment requires a “Feeny Call”…

1. College Basketball: NIT-Maryland @ Alabama (Tuesday 7:30pm from Tuscaloosa, AL live on ESPN); CIT-Loyola @ East Carolina (Tuesday 7pm from Greenville, NC live on; NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Marquette vs. Miami (Thursday 7:15pm from Verizon Center live on CBS), Syracuse vs. Indiana (Thursday 9:45pm from Verizon Center live on CBS), Arizona vs. Ohio State (Thursday 7:47pm from Los Angeles live on TBS), La Salle vs. Wichita State (Thursday 10:17pm from Los Angeles live on TBS), Oregon vs. Louisville (Friday 7:15pm from Indianapolis live on CBS), Michigan State vs. Duke (Friday 9:45pm from Indianapolis live on CBS), Michigan vs. Kansas (Friday 7:37pm from Arlington, TX live on TBS), Florida-Gulf Coast vs. Florida (Friday 10:07pm from Arlington, TX live on TBS); Elite 8 (Saturday & Sunday from Verizon Center, Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Arlington live on CBS)

Remember two weeks ago when none of us knew who Andy Enfield or his wife were?

Also, do you remember all the way back when we didn’t know about how much this particular moment would prove to be the most significant in the history of sports?

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…