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Locked On College Basketball

Locked On Podcast Network, Isaac Schade, Andy Patton

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Locked On College Basketball podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of all the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info in college hoops. Hosted by Isaac Schade and Andy Patton, the Locked On College Basketball podcast provides your daily college basketball fix with big-name expert opinions, player and coach interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things college basketball. You’ll get all the heart-pounding action, buzzer-beating shot ...
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All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

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All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as an TV analyst and radio host. In each episode, he'll give his opinions and discuss the top stories in the NBA and college basketball. Follow Doug on Twitter and subscribe NOW to get all the latest episodes!.
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The Walk Ons Podcast

Ben Swain & Matt Jones

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Occasionally brilliant and full of insight, Ben Swain, Matt Jones, and an ensemble of your favorite sports media personalities say funny things about college basketball and other sports. A Serious Sports, LLC production.
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March Podness

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It's March. It's college basketball. You want the scoop on what's going on? Join us as we do thirty days of podcasts for the month of March as we bring in the best writers, on-air talent and coaches and players to give you the best insight into the college hoops world.
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The Hoosier Hysterics Podcast

The Varsity Podcast Network

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Two guys obsessed with Indiana Hoosiers Men’s Basketball, Football, Women's Basketball and everything else that IU plays, discover a way to cope… this podcast. From In-depth interviews with all-time Hoosier greats of the past, present and hopefully, future--to unhinged ranting and raving about the current state of the various IU Athletics' programs, Hoosier Hysterics is made for those who bleed cream & crimson. Enjoy the madness!
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Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel & Ross Dellenger, along with SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest college football & college basketball news with their unique blend of analysis, investigative journalism and eclectic humor. There will be overreactions, there will be beer, there will be reptiles, mascot fights, Florida Man stories & fast-food wars.
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Thick As Three's podcast covers daily sports news and trending social topics. Four friends give their educated and raw opinion on each subject, while challenging each other's perspective! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thickasthrees/support
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Marching to Madness covers the entire scope of college basketball. Hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross keep you up to date on all things college hoops. The podcast has featured interviews with numerous coaches and analysts around the country, including Bob Huggins, Roy Williams, Frank Martin, Bruce Pearl, Jim Larranaga, Josh Pastner, Kermit Davis, Pete Gillen, Gary Williams, and many more. It's a must-listen podcast for college basketball fans!
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The Sports Offensive

The Sports Offensive

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The Sports Offensive is a live broadcast sports podcasts which reviews the latest action in the sports world. The show is hosted by JP, a Philly native and fan, Marcadimus, a Northern California transplant, and South Dakota's own NateDogg; And the good vibes energy fun filled JoJo War Drummer on "A Cup of JoJo...War Drummer ways!" broadcasting from Denver, CO. Banter, reviews and prognostications covering all aspects of the sporting world. every Saturday morning at 11 AM EST/8 AM PST. A Cup ...
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On this Episode of the C.O.C (city of the Champions) podcast we give you the latest the Boston Bruins are still on fire so far in the month of march we give you a recap of the Game against Carolina Hurricane. We also discuss what its like playing with out one of our Star Players Partice Bergeron and Charlie MaCovy and what we think about Bruce Cassidy coaching as well as how are new comers playing an important roll after the 2018 NHL trade Deadline. On another note Boston Celtics have been a ...
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Everything you need to know about the great game of college basketball all the way through the Final Four is found here! From Duke to Kentucky, from Kansas to Gonzaga, from Michigan State to Villanova and on and on, we get your ready for March and the greatest event in sports, the NCAA tourney and the Final Four! Host T.J. Rives, insiders Adam Zagoria and Mike DeCourcy, as well as, some of the best commentators, current coaches and players and more are on board throughout the college hoop se ...
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Because the best conversations are unscripted: Two Canadian guys discussing their favorite topics from the world of pop culture and sports. While this show may be fairly new to you, in reality it has been going on for a very long time. There have been so many epic debates and conversations over the past thirty years that at one point we realized that we should be recording our conversations.
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On the Life and Basketball Podcast . We strive to improve all people through the game of basketball and provide knowledge and important topics to broaden everyone's basketball IQ. We also talk grassroots hoops , basketball training , NBA , NCAA Basketball , and anything and everything related to the wonderful game of basketball. This is an unfiltered podcast so do know we will bring the heat and we don't have time for sensitivity :). We will have special guests as well including former pro a ...
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A sports podcast filled with rock solid takes, informative interviews, engaging debates, and the latest and greatest from the sports world, with a primary focus on football and basketball.
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Sports betting expert and lifelong gambler Harry Chase and his gang give out their best picks in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA games as well as Golf, Soccer, Horse Racing, NASCAR and just about everything else that can be bet on. With the lifting of the Federal ban on sports gambling, everyone needs to know what to bet their money on, Harry delivers all the picks you need and more.
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Give us 600 seconds and we'll give you the best sports betting podcast packed into 10 minutes. The Sharp 600 is brought to you by bet365. Host Jason Logan runs down the biggest events in the sports betting industry, giving unique insights and info that you need to know before placing your wagers. The 600-second format keeps the content coming: from NFL best bets to action reports from the biggest sportsbooks in Las Vegas. We go rapid fire on spreads, totals, and props as well as bringing in ...
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Looking for a new, fun, and different perspective on the world of sports? Listen to The Catalina Line Mixer where we discuss everything from current events, sports gambling tips, a unique perspective on popular heated sports debates, and much more. This is not just a sports show. We offer comic relief on everything everyday life throws our way. All are welcome!
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This Is Purdue

Purdue University

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This Is Purdue, the official podcast for Purdue University, highlights stories about Boilermakers from across all disciplines, who through research, innovation and determination, have persistently pursued their next giant leap. Hosted by Purdue University alum, Brian Lamb School of Communication graduate, and Indiana native Kate Young, This is Purdue aims to examine all of the incredible accomplishments of Boilermakers and their contributions to the world. Join us every other Thursday as we ...
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The official home for audio programming from BT Powerhouse, SB Nation's community for fans of Big Ten basketball. Get all of your coverage of Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan, Wisconsin, Maryland, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio St., Indiana, Rutgers, Penn State, Illinois, Nebraska, and Northwestern basketball here.
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Who makes you money ? Consistently ? 70 to 80% Winning Percentage For The Last 12 Years; on NFL bets on Twitter and our blog at ecosystemsbusinessconcierge.com All past and future picks posted there We Use Business & Financial Concepts To Monetize Inefficiencies In The Sports Betting Market So you make the difference between 52.5% and 80%....52.5% is breakeven The margin is compound interest on your money betting on these games *What is easier to figure out ? Stock Market ? or Sports Betting ...
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The NCAA committee made a few small changes for college basketball heading into next season, notably not coming to any agreement on expanding the NCAA Tournament. However, a pair of new metrics will be used to determine seeding and at-large selections for the Big Dance, including Torvik's predictive data and WAB, or wins above bubble. We also discu…
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The NCAA College Basketball Committee met this week and per CBS’ reporting still has yet to come to a decision on NCAA Tournament expansion. However there is info that will be released on Thursday concerning the NCAA Tournament. We’re beginning to see Olympic basketball rosters be pared down to their finalized 12-player form. As expected, Kentucky …
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In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to Beth Bostwick, serial entrepreneur and author. As a prominent entrepreneur and mentor within Purdue Innovates, Beth (MS human resources ’89) provides passionate insights into the world of startups and details how young entrepreneurs can set themselves up for success. In this episode you will: Ge…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde discuss the latest buzz coming from Big 12 media day in Las Vegas. They start by reacting to Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy's controversial comments about Ollie Gordon's DUI arrest. Forde grills Gundy for his lack of awareness and thoughtfulness in his remarks. Wetzel shifts th…
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Alabama released their 2024-25 non-conference schedule on Tuesday. With the SEC staying at 18 conference games, the Tide have a 13-game non-con schedule. Head Coach Nate Oats has an incredibly talented squad including Mark Sears, Jarin Stevenson, and Grant Nelson all returning. And it’s a good thing the Tide have that much talent because it’s a rea…
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Devonte Green runs it back with the Hysterics. More importantly, “Unlimited Ammo” aka “Cheat Code” aka “Green Light Green Light” is about to run it back with some of our favorite Hoosiers on team Assembly Ball gunning for this summer’s $1,000,000 TBT prize. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
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Bart Torvik's updated 2024-25 college basketball projections are out, and we discuss the top 25 programs and a few who just missed the cut. Three Big 12 schools cracked the top four, with Houston at the top followed by Duke, Iowa State, and Kansas. UConn unexpectedly came in at No. 12, failing to make the top ten while coming off back-to-back natio…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde pick which 2024 conference games will be the most entertaining. They make their cases for top matchups like Georgia vs Alabama, Texas vs Texas A&M and more. After the break, Wetzel shares a video of a content creator who made fun of UMass' football stadium. They react to the video an…
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Incoming Baylor freshman VJ Edgecombe is going to turn a lot of heads this season…not just in Waco…and not just in the Big 12, but at the national level. His performances for the Bahamas in the Olympic qualifiers against grown men and NBA talent (including playing with Buddy Hield and DeAndre Ayton) proves as much. It also helps that Scott Drew is …
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Conference realignment became official on July 1, and we take a look at which college basketball programs in new conferences have the best chance of succeeding in their first season. Is Tommy Lloyd's Arizona Wildcats team the likeliest bet, even in the crowded Big 12? What about Dana Altman and the Oregon Ducks, or even Rodney Terry's new look Texa…
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The 2025 NBA draft is nearly one full year away, but it's never too early to look at which college basketball stars could be NBA bound at that time. We start with incoming freshman who are expected to be lottery picks, including Duke forward Cooper Flagg, Baylor guard VJ Edgecombe, Tre Johnson from Texas and the pair of Rutgers standouts Ace Bailey…
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In the latest episode of Half-Court Press, Wilson Moore and Jon Walker discuss two former Creighton players making it to the NBA plus why two key Nebraska players were motivated to return to Lincoln. The guys open the episode with a look at where Baylor Scheierman and Trey Alexander ended up post-NBA draft week and how the players will fit in their…
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The Big Ten conference officially welcomed four new member institutions this week: the UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, Oregon Ducks, and Washington Huskies. Can any of those four programs compete to win the league during the 2024-25 college basketball season? We close the show discussing Jeremiah Fears decommitting from Illinois and potentially reclassif…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde recap the celebration at the University of Texas for their first official day in the SEC. Dellenger shares his experience in Austin for the event, providing various anecdotes of what went down. Wetzel opens up important conversations about whether Texas is now the most hated team in …
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Mack is back! And not just on the pod, but in Bloomington as a freshly minted Graduate Manager for IUWBB. How is this possible you say, because Mack... the GOAT of IUWBB... was drafted by the Seattle Storm to play in the WNBA? Fear not! Both things can be true and are. Thoroughly confused? Good. Tune and hear how all of this makes perfect and is fa…
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Dalton Knecht burst onto the college basketball scene in 2023-24 and carried Rick Barnes’ Tennessee team at times. Knecht’s rapid ascension to stardom was a blast to watch – from JUCO to Northern Colorado to Tennessee to the Lakers. The question now – who will follow the same path next season? Who are the Knecht Candidates in 2024-25 – players goin…
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Arthur Kaluma committed to Texas late last week and likely slots right in as the starting power forward for Rodney Terry’s Longhorns after two years at Creighton and last year at Kansas State. Does his commitment make the conference-changers a contender in the SEC in year 1? The Big 12 announced their conference opponents matrix late last week and …
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First, Doug gives his NBA Draft Day takeaways and explains why foreign players continue to surpass domestic prospects in the eyes of NBA GM’s. Then, he’s joined by Green Bay Student Manger and 8-year NBA vet Tyrus Thomas to discuss his meteoric rise from unknown to 2006 NBA Draft lottery pick in one season, his draft day experience going 4th overal…
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Coach Cuonzo Martin returns to Springfield, Missouri, for the second time as he is again the head coach of the Missouri State Bears, a position he held from 2008-2011. Coach Martin is a successful coach in a myriad of ways as he took Tennessee, Cal, and Missouri into the NCAA Tournament while winning 57.1 percent of his contests so far in his caree…
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Bronny James was selected 55th in the 2024 NBA draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, who are now expected to reunite with superstar LeBron James in free agency. James' agent Rich Paul reportedly told teams in the second round not to draft Bronny or else he'd play in Australia, but do we really believe that to be true? And will Bronny carve out a role wi…
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Round 1 of the 2024 NBA Draft took place on Wednesday evening. One of the key story lines was the sheer number of collegiate centers taken in the first round, started off by Donovan Clingan and Zach Edey in the top 10. While Dalton Knecht didn’t go in the lottery as expected, his ascension from JUCO to Northern Colorado to Tennessee to the Lakers i…
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In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to Dan Hasler, chief operating officer, and David Umulis, senior vice provost and chief academic officer, of Purdue University in Indianapolis. As Purdue’s first comprehensive urban campus, Purdue in Indianapolis will bring exciting opportunities for students, faculty and the whole Boilermaker comm…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to EA's Sports recent list of the top 25 toughest places to play in college football ahead of the College Football 25 video game being released next month. They run through the list and share their qualms with the rankings of top stadiums like Kyle Field, Ohio Stadium, Bryant D…
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The 2024 NBA Draft starts tonight (Wednesday, June 26) with the 1st Round and carries into the 2nd Round on Thursday. We have a higher volume of college bigs expected to be drafted in the 1st round than we have seen lately – Donovan Clingan, Zach Edey, Yves Missi, Kyle Filipowski, Kel’el Ware, DaRon Holmes II. Who of that group will have a better N…
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We countdown our favorite songs by Tom Petty, and artists with a massive catalogue of great rock hits. Also in this episode: Tragically Hip news, the mailbag, the big hot dog controversy, electric razors, and the passing of some larger-than-life sports legends. Additional links that were discussed in this episode: Tragically Hip News Music from Upb…
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College Basketball is in a brand new era with the transfer portal and NIL, and Evan Miyakawa compiled three years of data to determine the best way to construct a roster these days. From retaining key talent, to prioritizing multi-year guys, Miyakawa's data highlights why teams like UConn, Kansas, Marquette, Gonzaga, and Alabama have had success an…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde break down recent rumblings coming from conference commissioner meetings last week. They cover the push by the Power 4 conferences to have more power in decision-making, and the potential expansion of March Madness to a field larger than 68 teams. Following the break, they react to n…
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On Sunday afternoon, Will Riley, an elite 2025 SF committed to Illinois. Best news for Brad Underwood? The Canadian, who’s draft-eligible for 2025, also re-classified and will be playing for the Illini this season. Riley is a high-level, walking bucket who recently dropped 42 points on 15-16 shooting in an EYBL game. The question is – is he ready n…
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Michigan Wolverines head basketball coach Dusty May led Florida Atlantic to the NCAA Final Four in 2023 and now, Coach May is back in the Big Ten as he was an Indiana graduate and on the staff of the Hoosiers. Coach May discusses his time at Indiana and making Eastern Michigan a springboard for his coaching career. After a 60-13 record in his last …
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The NCAA is preparing to expand the NCAA Tournament to either 72 or 76 teams, altering the current play-in format which includes a 68-team field. Specific details were not disclosed, but the expansion could happen as soon as the 2025-26 college basketball season. Despite public pushback, the idea of expanding the tournament keeps coming up thanks t…
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As summer workouts are underway at Rutgers, Head Coach Steve Pikiell assesses his most talented roster ever. Pikiell talks about: dealing with high expectations adding experienced players through the portal addressing free throw woes incoming freshman class team size, depth and versatility what the offense will look like 2024-25 schedule and more!…
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Troy Williams was one of the most electric, gifted, and ultimately successful Indiana Hoosiers of the last decade. Stepping into the void left by the Vic & Cody era, Troy showed up in Bloomington and got down to work. From the jump he used his blow by speed to slash to the rim and finish with thunderous dunks, only to then methodically expand his g…
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Bronny James' agent, Rich Paul, discussed the interest in his client ahead of the 2024 NBA draft. James has only worked out for two teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns, but Paul indicated the Dallas Mavericks, Toronto Raptors, and Minnesota Timberwolves all have interest, even implying Toronto might take Bronny at No. 31 overall. Do we b…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellegner and SI's Pat Forde react to statements made by former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer about the current roster being one of the best ever. They unpack if the 2024 Buckeyes can live up to that hype and how they're over in recruiting. After the break, they share the best non-conference games for the 20…
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2022 FSWA Football Writer of the Year finalist. @RotoWire NFL- @SiriusXMFantasy host. @KingsClassicFF 2021 Champ. The why is what matters! #SFB14 Have you ever f ound yourself in a situation where you really wanted to make a positive life change? You got off to a good start and then it was gone. And you wondered, what happened? I had this great ide…
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Kevin Young and the BYU Cougars landed another one-and-done caliber talent in Kanon Catchings, a former Purdue commit who is ranked No. 35 in the 2024 recruiting class. BYU now has two high level incoming freshmen, as Catchings joins Russian guard Egor Demin in an electric class. Is it enough for the Cougars to compete in the loaded Big 12? Gonzaga…
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Coach Chris Jans returns to “Marching to Madness” after taking Mississippi State to its first appearance in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments since 2008-09. Jans loses big man Tolu Smith in the middle, but a major key will be the return of dynamic Josh Hubbard to the point guard position. Mississippi State has also had success with incoming transfers a…
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The Boston Celtics are the 2024 NBA Champions. In light of that, it’s time to take a look back the college version of this roster that just won. Other than Porzingis, they all went to an American college. Who had the highest single-season scoring average among the group? (Hint: He wore green). Did any of the Celtics win national championships (What…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to news of the Big 12 exploring selling their naming rights to a corporate sponsor. Dellenger explains all of the complex details that will go into a conference changing names, as Forde and Wetzel make fun of the potential outcomes. After the break, Wetzel shares a trend among …
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Coleman Hawkins has selected his landing spot – Kansas State. It’s unlikely where he, or anyone else, thought he would wind up, but here we are. Jerome Tang’s Wildcats now have eight transfers, two incoming freshmen, and three returners – utilizing all 13 available scholarships. The frontcourt might be overloaded as Hawkins adds to a group that alr…
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Coach Amir Abdur-Rahim checks in as he led the Bulls to a record-setting season at an unbelievably high level in year one at USF. He led the Bulls to their first regular season title in school history and a 25-8 record where the 25 wins were the most in the biography of South Florida basketball. In addition, the Bulls went 16-2 and finished two gam…
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Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark is working on securing a $1B investment from a private equity firm, who would then own a 20% stake in the conference. This deal would ensure Big 12 programs are earning similar amounts of money to the Big Ten, but it's a wild step in the ever changing college athletics landscape. The Big 12 is also looking for a ti…
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Coach Lanier takes over the basketball program at Rice after the Owls slipped to 11-21, but won four of five games on the road. Lanier transitions from SMU where he took the Mustangs to 20 wins only one year after SMU only won 10 in the 2022-23 season. Before then, he took the Georgia State Panthers to the NCAA Tournament in 2021 when they won the …
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DJ Jazzy Jeff Rabjohns is back to discuss all things IU men's hoops, including which direction the top targets for 2025 are trending, the potential impact of the new Big Ten revenue sharing agreement, and just how high should expectations be for next season's squad. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at ht…
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ESPN, on Wednesday, announced the pairings for the second annual ACC/SEC Challenge. With the expansion of both conferences, the event, which will take place on Tuesday, December 3 and Wednesday, December 4, will feature 16 matchups between a team from each conference, with Stanford and SMU the lone teams left out. The featured games include North C…
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In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to Willie Reed, dean of Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Join us as we celebrate Reed’s legacy as he prepares to step down after 17 years as dean. When you listen to this episode, you can expect to: Learn more about Dean Reed’s incredible journey of persistence — from being taugh…
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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde react to news of a potential bill that will prevent college athletes from becoming employees of the universities they compete for. They dissect the complex nature of the issue and debate if it's worth athletes even becoming employees. After the break, Wetzel shares the slate of big …
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Portland head coach Shantay Legans and his Pilots had a tough 23-24 season with some injuries and academic casualties. The fourth-year Pilots coach will look to build his team to improve from a season where they finished tied for sixth in the WCC. Legans talks about how he feels he should have handled and maneuvered the transfer portal better. He w…
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For the 2024-25 college basketball season, we will have five returning AP All-Americans: Johni Broome (Auburn), RJ Davis (North Carolina), Hunter Dickinson (Kansas), Caleb Love (Arizona), and Mark Sears (Alabama). This is the highest number of returnees in the last five years (3 in 2023-24; 2 in 2022-23; 3 in 2021-22; 2 in 2020-21; 2 in 2019-20). W…
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