"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Derrick Walton will be on BTN's "The Journey" Saturday night, rougly 8PM ET after the b-ball game against Minnesota, so if you're recording the game, add an hour. Repeats at 9PM and 10PM ET may be delayed by how much the game goes over 2 hrs.
There are also repeats Sunday morning at 1:30AM, 2:30AM, & 3:30AM ET which might be on time, if they cut the 11PM repeat of the game to fit the 2-hr window.
Profile on Michigan's Derrick Walton who has tackled the task of filling Trey Burke's shoes, see the special bond between Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery and his brother, & why Indiana basketball plays such a big role in John Mellencamp's life. Plus game highlights from Wisconsin/Iowa and MSU/Michigan.
John Mellencamp?!?! Um, OK, then...
Set the DVR or gather up the Family. Denard is featured on tonight's episode of The Journey on Senior Day and Iowa.
Bonus Video in the first comment. No "Old embed code" option on the youtube
From the News, Darius Morris will have a feature on him on this week's Journey.
Sounds like it's going to be a good feature. As a warning, they're going to feature the Wisconsin game prominently as well. So that's going to be fun to watch again.
Also, more coverage on that story from AnnArbor.com. I know there was a topic on this somewhere but couldn't find it again.
*Edit- Man, linking now looks so much less obvious
The Journey is easily the best show the BTN produces; the seasons on Minnesota and Illinois were phenomenal. I felt we got some real insight into the men’s experiences as individuals, students, and athletes. The new format of covering all 11 teams in 30 minutes really loses the depth, which made the show special. Extending the show to one hour would have helped. What do you feel about this format versus the old one?