As the season starts to pull closer to reality, we touch on things like transfers, legalized sports betting, a new Division I entry, a team forced to move off campus from a hurricane, and a pleasant surprise in the form of an unexpected return to the court.
In this summer edition of the podcast, the NCAA has proposed a number of changes arising from work done after the FBI investigation into corruption began. After starting on that subject, we talk about something that could become a bigger subject in due time.
In our latest podcast, we talk about the NBA Draft, a big late boost for a traditional powerhouse, and some major changes that could be on the way in the world of recruiting according to recent reports.
The NBA Draft and its deadline to withdraw to return to school leads the way in our latest podcast. We also look at one conference’s new scheduling plans, a number of quick hitters, and pay tribute to a fallen conference leader.
In our latest podcast, we spend a lot of time looking at what the Commission on College Basketball came up with, as their report was just produced. We also look at the NBA Draft and transfers, which have many rosters potentially in flux for next season.
In our first podcast in the postseason, we look back one more time on the NCAA Tournament, which was just what we needed at this time. We also look at the NIT, CBI and CIT, as well as important transactions with players leaving early for the NBA Draft and coaching changes.
The 2018 national championship is in the books, and with it another season of college basketball. We break down the national championship game and some of its implications to wrap up the season.
Welcome to our Final Four edition of College Basketball Tonight. In this edition, we look ahead to Monday’s national championship game, and bring on two guests – long-time Villanova radio play-by-play broadcaster Ryan Fannon and Radford head coach Mike Jones – to get their thoughts and insights on the game.
In our latest podcast, we break d own the national semifinals, where one game went back and forth while the other was never really a ballgame thanks to an impressive performance for the ages by the winning team.
With the Final Four all set, we look back on the regional finals and ahead to the final games of the season. We are joined along the way by veteran writer Ken Davis and Towson head coach Pat Skerry for their insights as well.