Dan Dakich calls college basketball games for ESPN. The former Indiana player also appears to have some major problems with other people who work at ESPN.
The radio host went off on a couple of ESPN employees during his Indianapolis radio show on 1070 The Fan this afternoon.
The targets: Dan Le Batard, Jon "Stugotz" Weiner and Jeff Goodman.
First: Le Batard and Stugotz. Their Miami-based radio show poked fun at Dakich's son, Andrew, who is a white point guard for Ohio State. The show was joking about how Ohio State always seems to have an annoying white point guard, like Aaron Craft and now, apparently, Dakich.
"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."
Then, Dakich went after Goodman. He and the college basketall reporter feuded a bit on Sunday during Michigan State's loss to Syracuse.
Dakich has claimed that the Spartans' best player, Miles Bridges, has "no game," meaning that he's not the kind of elite player that can go get his whenever he wants. Others, like Goodman, took "no game" literally. Sunday, Bridges had a nice dunk against Syracuse and Goodman tweeted and later deleted a not-so-subtle shot at Dakich.
"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."
You can listen to the full thing here. It starts at about the 6:00 mark.