What did Charles Barkley say about NCAA basketball?

What did Charles Barkley say about NCAA basketball?

“The NCAA, they are like the Barney Fife of the world. They do an awful job of administrating. We’ve got guys on tape paying players three years ago (that) they ain’t said nothing about. … It’s time for them to get their crap together.”

Is Charles Barkley doing NCAA Tournament?

While the scandal that took down Marshall was one of the biggest stories in college basketball last offseason, CBS/Turner aren’t making Barkley the face of their NCAA tournament studio shows because of his knowledge of the American Athletic Conference.

What university did Charles Barkley go to?

Auburn University1981–1986
Auburn University1981–1984Leeds High School
Charles Barkley/Education

What did Charles Barkley say about Kenny Smith walking out?

Charles Barkley said in an interview on The Ringer’s podcast “Winging It with Vince Carter” on Monday he thought Smith should have let his colleagues know what he was doing in advance. “I was pissed at Kenny. Because I didn’t think he should’ve walked off. He should’ve told us in advance.

What did Charles Barkley say on TNT?

NBA Hall of Famer and TNT sports analyst Charles Barkley blasted his “bosses” at TNT, which includes CNN president Jeff Zucker, over cancel culture, telling 106.7 The Fan’s “Grant and Danny” show that “you can’t even have fun nowadays” when covering sports.

What did Barkley say?

The Hall of Famer said that one of his favorite phrases is “agree to disagree,” but that these days, disagreeing with someone can mean getting fired. “They’re coming for your head, and a lot of our bosses are cowards,” Barkley said.

Who is the number one overall seed in college basketball?

Unsurprisingly, undefeated Gonzaga will be the No. 1 overall seed, representing the West region. Baylor, Illinois, and Michigan took the remaining three No. 1 seeds, heading to the South, Midwest, and East regions, respectively.

Did Shaq walk off with Kenny Smith?

It wasn’t just the players of the NBA who staged a walkout on Wednesday in support of protests against police brutality following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin. Smith was on the set with host Ernie Johnson and NBA Hall of Famers Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal when he announced he was leaving.

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