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U.S. swimmers Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte had no qualms about shaking hands during the 2008 Olympics. Their British counterparts might not be so polite in London this summer. (AP)
U.S. swimmers Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte had no qualms about shaking hands during the 2008 Olympics. Their British counterparts might not be so polite in London this summer. (AP)

In his latest appearance, Charlie Pierce tells us which team he'll be watching when the NCAA tournament begins.  He also offers predictions about the pending punishments in the NFL's bounty hunting scandal, and Peyton Manning's future home. New Chicago Cubs general manager Theo Epstein released a manual titled "The Cubs Way." We'll learn if Charlie plans to follow along. And Charlie explains why British athletes might pass on shaking hands with their opponents during this summer's upcoming Olympic Games. All that, plus Charlie's thoughts on Jonathan Papelbon's relationship with the fans; point shaving investigations; and emergency goalies, this week on Only A Game.[sidebar title="Want More Charlie?" width="520" align="None"] Link to all of Charlie Pierce's recent conversations with Bill Littlefield. [/sidebar]

This segment aired on March 10, 2012.

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