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Tuesday, April 3, 2012
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Kentucky Wildcats celebrate
The Kentucky Wildcats celebrate after winning the NCAA title over Kansas.

Colin Cowherd breaks down Kentucky coach John Calipari's recruiting style. Calipari is always on a honeymoon. If one of his players is a diva, he only has to deal with him for one season and he moves on. Listen

ESPN college basketball analyst Jimmy Dykes breaks down Kentucky's win in the NCAA title game. Listen

New Tulsa coach and former Kansas assistant Danny Manning says Kentucky forward Anthony Davis is a huge talent and will have a great NBA career. Plus, Manning talks about what he has learned from Kansas coach Bill Self and how he will run his program at Tulsa. Listen

Former NBA player Steve Kerr shares his thoughts on the one-and-done rule and says Kentucky forward Anthony Davis could be an NBA MVP one day. Listen

Boston Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino says the collapse last season was due to a deficiency in pitching. Plus, Lucchino says he can't compare former manager Terry Francona to current manager Bobby Valentine, but Valentine is the right man for the job now. Listen

ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer says the Jets are walking a dangerous line with quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. Their relationship is going to be difficult because Sanchez has to see Tebow as an obstacle. Plus, Dilfer says NFL draft prospect Andrew Luck has as good of an arm as any QB in the NFL right now. Listen

Colin Cowherd envisions what another season of "Hard Knocks" would be like with the Jets. Listen

Colin Cowherd spans the globe in New Orleans, MLB and New York. Listen

Two for the Road - Colin Cowherd shares two stories that made him laugh. Listen