There was some ESPN-on-ESPN crime on Monday and it looks like the network might have destroyed the evidence.
College basketball announcer Dan Dakich, who hosts a radio show in Indianapolis, took shots at fellow ESPNers Dan Le Batard, Jon "Stugotz" Weiner and Jeff Goodman on Monday and it looks like the audio was deleted on Monday night.
Dakich, when accused on Twitter, says that he didn't delete the segment. But it's gone from iTunes, OMNY and Stitchr. So someone did.
Dakich was upset with Le Batard and Stugotz for calling his son Andrew the typical "annoying white point guard" that Ohio State employs. His beef with Goodman stems from a comment Dakich made about Michigan State guard Miles Bridges having "no game." Goodman tweeted and deleted a shot at Dakich on Sunday after Bridges dunked against Syracuse.
“Apparently that complete jackass, idiot pain-in-the-ass, what’s his name, Stugotz? Self-promoting batch on, whatever show, I don’t even pay attention to the idiot show. Made fun of the ‘annoying white point guard.’ What a jackasss. Le Batard, my ass. Stugotz, my ass…made fun of my son, I’ve had enough. I’m just tired of it.”
...we’re supposed to work at the same company and these jackasses say...it just annoys the hell out of you. I’m done.”
...I’ve got Jeff Goodman’s dumbass on me about…if you can’t see that Miles Bridges doesn’t have any game, I don’t know what to tell you,” Dakich said. “How dumb is Jeff Goodman? A dunk from a 6-8 guy…these idiots and Jeff Goodman have no idea what they’re talking about. It’s embarrassing for the media.”
The Le Batard show, meanwhile, took a little shot at Dakich on Twitter on Monday night.
ESPN hasn't issued any kind of statement on the back-and-forth. We'll keep you updated.