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Daily Dose: 9/13/16

Edward Snowden is going big with the requests

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Adam Jones supports NFL protests

Orioles outfielder calls baseball ‘a white man’s sport’

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Daily Dose: 9/12/16

Hillary Clinton’s health becomes an issue on the campaign trail

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

LeBron James’ empire grows in the TV world

He’s got another show on deck

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Daily Dose: 9/9/16

Brandon Marshall in support of Colin Kaepernick

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

An ode to Serena Williams

My favorite athlete of all time

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Allen Iverson is late to Hall of Fame news conference

Then reminds the world of exactly who he is

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Airbnb: Sorry for being racist

But we’re not changing the major problem

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Team turns its back on Megan Rapinoe

Washington Spirit moves up national anthem to prevent her protest

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.

Daily Dose: 9/8/16

Ryan Lochte gets his comeuppance

1:00 PMWe’ve got another Locker Room Lawyer for you this week, talking about the protests of the national anthem we’ve seen around the NFL and elsewhere, lately. Check it out.

Edward Snowden is having a big week. There’s a movie coming out about his life in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays him, and now he’s getting chesty and saying that he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama. Mind you, the question of whether Snowden is nothing more than a hacker with an ego or an actual American patriot is still up for debate in most polite circles. Running to Russia didn’t help his cause from a sympathy standpoint, either. ABC News reports on the former National Security Agency contractor’s request.

North Carolina keeps taking L’s. Because of House Bill 2, more colloquially known as the “bathroom bill,” more companies have been pulling their business out of the state. The NBA pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte and now the NCAA is doing the same. Two rounds of the men’s basketball tournament will be relocated, among other sports, too. Needless to say, Republicans in the state aren’t happy about it. Their clapback was rather epic, even if many saw it as misguided. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

College is a very different world from what it was 20 years ago. What used to be considered a relatively spartan experience in terms of living has now turned into something more along the lines of luxury, for those who can afford to live in on-campus facilities. Heck, half of those places are nicer than most of the apartments I’ve lived in. But that’s not the reason why the cost of education is skyrocketing. FiveThirtyEight’s Doug Webber explains what is causing tuition prices to be so high.

Things got real on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. Noted liar and suspended swimmer Ryan Lochte, a contestant on the show, was rushed by two men during a live airing of the show. Two dudes are still unhappy that he’s on the program at all, considering the stunt he pulled during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that embarrassed everyone involved. Bum-rushing someone on a TV set is a bold move, though. The dudes even had anti-Lochte T-shirts on, which is next-level wild. ESPN’s Michael Rothstein reports.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Playing sports with one’s eyes open is hard enough, for most people. Just like standing upright and trying to run and throw things are difficult, too. Now, imagine trying to do all that with a blindfold on. That’s exactly what goalball is and they’re playing it at the Paralympic Games in Rio right now. This sport is awesome.

Snack Time: Don’t run onto the field if professional athletes are playing. Just don’t do it. You will get wrecked and you will get arrested. But if you’re watching, it can be hilarious. Luckily, the world has Kevin Harlan in it.

Dessert: Watch this. Trust me.