PodcastPodcast: Paul Hewitt Paranoia

Tommie and Donnie, not to be confused with the Boston morning zoo radio show of the same name, recap an eventful week which saw Dayton take down two A10 foes. The gentlemen tackle the bloody pink-socking against arch rival Saint Louis before delving into UD’s revenge game against La Salle. Ryan Kish, of GMUHoops.com, joins the power couple, discussing the current state of George Mason’s program and where he sees it going under new head...

Tommie and Donnie, not to be confused with the Boston morning zoo radio show of the same name, recap an eventful week which saw Dayton take down two A10 foes. The gentlemen tackle the bloody pink-socking against arch rival Saint Louis before delving into UD’s revenge game against La Salle.

Ryan Kish, of GMUHoops.com, joins the power couple, discussing the current state of George Mason’s program and where he sees it going under new head coach Dave Paulsen. Ryan divulges some interesting tidbits about his interaction with former coach Paul Hewitt before excusing himself politely.

Tom relays some shocking morsels about Dave Matthews (according to a few listeners), tawdry ones at that. The boys close the show with a Hot or Not and promise to do better next time. 

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Tom Blackburn

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