Dan Dakich said Tuesday on his WFNI The Fan afternoon sports radio show that he assumes ESPN won't have him back as a college basketball analyst next season, after a February controversy in which he was accused of being a misogynist.

The quick comment from Dakich came as he talked about the life of Hoosiers and Pacers icon Bobby "Slick" Leonard, who died Tuesday at 88. As Dakich encouraged people to live life to the fullest and not worry about what others think, he brought up his latest controversy.

"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," he said. "It's the best thing that ever happened, regardless of what happens.   

"I don't know if ESPN is going to have me back. I assume they won't," Dakich added. "Who cares? Who cares man?"