ESPN college basketball analyst Dan Dakich doesn’t appear to be too concerned over whether or not the network brings him back to cover games next season. The former head coach and current Indianapolis radio show host isn’t losing any sleep.

During his show earlier this week on WFNI The Fan in Indianapolis, Dakich said he doesn’t expect ESPN will have him back as an analyst for college basketball games next season. He was in hot water in late February after being accused of being misogynistic while involved in a Twitter spat.

“You know let ’em come at you. I love the fact that a month ago all these bullets were flying my way from the most woke…I love it,” Dakich said, per USA Today. “It’s the best thing that ever happened, regardless of what happens.


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“I don’t know if ESPN is going to have me back. I assume they won’t. Who cares? Who cares, man?”

ESPN did not provide any comment or update on the situation. The network said it was investigating Dakich following the string of tweets that were sent out from his account.