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Hall of Famer Coach Roy Williams talks on why he decided to end his legendary career, Pat Forde looks back at Baylor's dominance over Gonzaga, Dan remembers his father Tom Dakich who passed away seven years ago today
(00:00-23:23) – Thursday’s show begins with Dan looking at Hoosiers that have made their decision as to whether or not they will transfer from the program. Plus, Dan shares his thoughts on Pitt transfer Xavier Johnson choosing Indiana. Later, we look at The Masters Champions’ Dinner and discuss with callers what would be on our menu.
(23:24-38:09) – We return with more conversations on what callers would serve if they were making The Masters Champions Dinner. Also, Dan shares some stories as he remembers the life of his Dad Tom Dakich, who passed away seven years ago today.
(38:10-45:50) – The first hour closes with more Masters Champions Dinner ideas from listeners and a look ahead to the rest of today’s show.
(45:51-1:16:11) – The legendary Coach Roy Williams stops by to share his decision to retire from coaching, tell us some stories, and allow us to celebrate his hall of fame career, which includes (among other honors) winning three national championships at North Carolina.
(1:16:12-1:23:05)– In a quick segment, we reflect on the conversation with Coach Roy Williams from last segment. Plus, Dan talks more on the latest news for the Indiana Hoosiers and the transfer portal.
(1:23:06-1:35:21) – Hour number two ends Dan talking more on the transfer portal news for Indiana and telling us a Coach Bob Knight story.
(1:35:22-1:56:47) – The talented Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated visits the show to share his thoughts on the completion of the NCAA Tournament, Baylor’s dominance in the Final Four and National Title Game, and Gonzaga falling a game short of perfection. Plus, Pat talks on the biggest storylines around college hoops this offseason.
(1:56:48-2:14:13) – After some time off, our friend Mike Wells of ESPN stops by to talk some Colts offseason with the NFL Draft just a few weeks away. Plus, Mike talks with Dan on the Hoosiers and the Indiana Pacers.
(2:14:14-2:21:31) – Thursday’s show wraps up with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus, Dan gives some thoughts on bets for this evening and talks more on the life of his Dad, Tom Dakich, who passed away seven years ago today.
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