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Going Off The Grid: Panelists Discuss All Things March Madness

"Going Off The Grid" is a weekly survey of sports execs and personalities offering their thoughts on a handful of pressing (and trivial) issues in sports and pop culture. This week, our panelists talk all things March Madness, from most memorable Cinderella teams to their favorite arena to see a game in.

  • Fox' Gus Johnson
    -- Instagram is his favorite social media outlet.
  • CBS' Clark Kellogg
    -- Is not a fan of "Star Trek" or "Star Wars." 
  • ESPN's Laura Rutledge
    -- Food Network is her guilty pleasure.
  • Turner Sports' Brian Anderson
    -- His teenage daughter keeps him up-to-date on pop culture.
Going Off The Grid
  Top March Madness memory Best ice cream topping Favorite college hoops arena All-time Cinderella March Madness team Favorite basketball movie

Johnson
Princeton beating UCLA in 1996 Peanuts Rupp Arena Gonzaga in 1999 - "The slipper still fits!" "Hoosiers"

Kellogg
The Ohio Bobcats in 2012 - advanced all the way to the Sweet 16 as a 13 seed None. Quality ice cream needs no topping! Allen Fieldhouse Ohio in 2012 "He Got Game"

Rutledge
Florida's run for a second straight title in '07 Reese's Pieces Rupp Arena South Dakota State "Space Jam"

Anderson
2015 Elite 8 between Kentucky and Notre Dame in Cleveland Heath bar crumbles Kohl Center in Madison Loyola (Chicago) "White Men Can't Jump"

*Kellogg's son Nick played on the '12 Ohio Sweet 16 team. 

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