Bill Belichick's Deflated Footballs Controversy Part of His "Pattern of Behavior"

By Jason McIntyre

The 3rd episode of the Jason McIntyre Show on Yahoo Sports Radio may have been the best! But I plan on saying that every week. In case you missed it Sunday morning, you can listen to it here, or download/subscribe on itunes here. A recap, in case you want to just listen to a certain guest:

First hour: I compared Bill Belichick to hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen, who is notorious for getting an edge on the competition however he can. That’s what Belichick does. Then, Albert Breer of the NFL network came on and talked about Belichick’s “pattern of behavior” and linked this envelope-pushing back to Belichick’s failures in Cleveland.

Second hour: I talked about Robert Allenby’s wacky tale about being robbed and beat up … turning into perhaps a strip club visit and fall. Then, I praised Coach K and talked about this terrific piece. Jeff Goodman from ESPN stopped by, we poked fun at the media picking up for Tom Crean, I compared UVA this year to Syracuse last year (listen before bashing!) and we picked some players that could go Shabazz Napier on the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

Third hour: Where does Kobe Bryant rank among the greatest in NBA history? I had him in the Top 10. Surely you’ll disagree. Then Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports came on to talk about the Kobe’s career at the end, the streaking Atlanta Hawks, how the Cavs appeared to have turned things around post-trades, and lastly, will the Heat tank or not?

Related: The Jason McIntyre Show on Yahoo Sports Radio, Episode II
Related: Bill Belichick’s Sneaky Move: “Is it a little shady? Yeah.”