He will be on sometime before noon Eastern time. Just heard it on there. Anyway, if you have Sirius/XM I figured it would be board worthy so you could catch it.
the questions and answers have been pretty much cut and paste from his ESPN interview last week.
Started at about 10:34, on Sirius XM College Sports Nation - Brando Show.
If you have an online subscription you can go to channel and still listen to it with the online player.
Once is enough
Here is my email. I anonymized it, and can promise you its not spam. If it were spam, I would just tell you that you are getting an inheritance from the estate of a Nigerian prince. Or something.
Omg it's Trey Burke
Lol I needed a new account in case this guy was full of it. The first and last name that came to mind was the one and only Trey Burke who is 99 times better than Jordan hence Treyburke99.
but bootleg ticket print operations in Detroit, Chicago and Cleveland are becoming so huge just this Summer that the FBI is involved. Be careful as they have the machines and other hardware/software to truly clone tickets (very expensive and need to be bought from China/Europe without a license but they can turn a profit on one event). Only Ticketmaster,and not even always then, has security features they cannot 100% reproduce. Came to my attention last month in a 2nd hand situation I heard about and even looked at the fakes (for a concert). After finding out I asked and did every test I could to see if I could give a "well this is wrong/missing" patronizing speech but the fakes had everything the real ones did. So even if before they went it wouldn't have helped as it took getting to the gate to find out about 100 others had their seats/tickets scanned as well. Barcodes legit and all so security questioned them, took all but one ticket as evidence, etc. Just be safe as all they need is one real ticket to clone as many as they want, even changing seat and section for "package sales". We're not talking a college kid with perforated paper, photoshop and a printer here but clones so good the FBI is genuinely trying to catch them these print farms.