Welcome to another edition of Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's show includes a discussion about Isaac Hamilton and his attempt to get out of his National Letter of Intent with UTEP.  We also talk about what Hamilton may do if his request is denied by the NCAA, and if we believe that USC assistant coach Jason Hart has been in contact with Hamilton.

We talk about Ryan Braun and his 65 game suspension, whether we believe he should be stripped of his 2011 NL MVP, and A-ROD's fate as well.

Finally, we discuss Ohio State coach Urban Meyer's player discipline and how his track record of 31 arrests while coaching at Florida has carried over to his new job since four of his players were recently suspended or dismissed from the program because of various issues.

My special thanks to UTEP Assistant Director of Athletics/Broadcasting, Jon Teicher for joining me on today's show.  If you would like to contact Jon you can email him at, teacher@utep.edu, or follow him on twitter @UTEPMinervoice.

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Here is Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman and Jon Teicher.

 

"He signed a letter of intent in good faith, he could of signed with one of his hometown schools or anywhere in the country, he chose to sign with UTEP, I'm a man of my word, I believe in living up to one's obligations and commitments, I'm hoping that Isaac  is not able to get out of his LOI."

"The game needs to be entirely cleaned up whether it be management or whether it be playing personnel.  I think that is what is significant about this, Ryan Braun was given the rest of the year, as it turned out 65 games, nearly a peep from his fellow players nor the Players' Association, I think that's a great development."