The Day That Ted Really Hit The Big Time

It's not directly related to the Minnesota Vikings or anything, but I still think it's pretty cool.

As most of you probably already know, our own Ted Glover writes for another SB Nation site, Off-Tackle Empire (SB Nation's home for all things relating to Big Ten Football). Well, last night, he got interviewed by the mothership station for ESPN Radio about the Penn State football situation.

Conducting the interview is Bob Valvano of "The V Show." For all of the griping I generally do about ESPN and ESPN Radio, Valvano is one of the few hosts they have left that I can actually listen to for more than about 10 minutes before switching the radio to another XM station. He's been doing the overnight weekend shows for quite a while now, and his style is definitely a bit different. And they have a "Match Game" segment, which automatically scores points for them in my book. Bob Valvano is the brother of former N.C. State basketball coach Jim Valvano, and played a big role in the creation of the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research, which is also pretty awesome.

So, with no further ado, here is the link to Ted's segment from The V Show last night on ESPN Radio. Enjoy! (Yes, it was originally on here as a file you could play, but for some reason the embed code refuses to work properly, so the link is right there for you instead. My apologies for the coding issue.)

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