The college basketball podcast you’ve been waiting for! On “Barstool Bench Mob,” Marty Mush, Rico Bosco, and Jake Marsh bring their expertise to the airwaves of Barstool Sports. When two hardcore gamblers and college hoops lovers join forces with a Big J, nobody knows the exact direction this show will take. Interviews with guests ranging from coaches, ex-players, broadcasters, and everyone else in between will make this a one-of-a-kind show leading up to the Big Dance in March.
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On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Jake, Marty and Rico start things off by reacting to the newly released preseason Top 25 (03:58). Is the UCLA hype real? We then send our well wishes to Dick Vitale who announced he was diagnosed with lymphoma (10:57). After - we break down the Big East (14:05). Will Jay Wright and the Wildcats continue their dominance over the conference? Who could give Villanova a scare? The guys give their picks for conference champion, coach and player of the year. Then - we move southwest to the Big 12 (33:40). Which transfer will have a bigger impact, Texas' Marcus Carr or Kansas' Remy Martin? Will the reigning National Champion Baylor Bears finish up top after losing some key players? Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys start things off with some news and notes including Mark Few's suspension, a notable injury for Duke, plus some preseason tournament news (03:18). Then - we begin our conference previews with the ACC (06:23). Will Coach K go out on top? How will Hubert Davis fare in his first season? Are the Hoos the favorites in the conference? Jake, Marty, and Rico each pick their regular season winner, conference coach and player of the year. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On this episode of barstool Bench Mob,the guys start things off with the news that for the second straight season, the Maui Invitational will not be played in Maui (12:23). Rico doesn't care where it is, as long as the finals aren't played at 5pm. Next - we hit on the rumors that the NCAA may do a mutual Final Four site for the men's and women's NCAA tournaments. Jake, Rico and Marty then hit on recent big 5-star commitments for Arkansas and Alabama (22:26). The Razorbacks and Crimson Tide continue to close the gap between the traditional "Blue Bloods" and the rest of the country's programs. We wrap things up discussing some other news and notes plus Marty's plan in the Press Box for the Duke-Kentucky Champions Classic game. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On this episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we start things off discussing huge Mid-Major news with Belmont joining the Missouri Valley Conference (03:30). Rico loves the move and Marty doesn't care. We then move on to some other news and notes including the NCAA officially naming their women's tournament "March Madness", Wendell Moore's viscous practice dunk, and a big pickup for Ohio State. (10:10) Finally, we go through a couple of Mobster Voicemails about the outlooks of Kentucky and Indiana (24:41). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, Marty and Rico start off celebrating a huge pick up for the Blue Devils. Jon Scheyer lands 2022 #2 prospect Dereck Lively proving that Duke is still Duke (02:52). And another blue blood, Kentucky, got a huge addition as well with 5-star Chris Livingston committing to the Wildcats. Where does that leave other blue bloods like UNC? Then - the guys hit on the Big 12 and ACC schedules (14:20). The Big 12 opens up conference play on New Year's Day. How do we feel about bowl games conflicting with basketball? Which matchups are we most looking forward to? Will Dick Vitale be at the final Duke-UNC matchup for Coach K's farewell? Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys get into the official expansion of the Big 12 (04:30). Rico thinks it was a big whiff to not add Memphis. We then hit on some coaching and scheduling news and notes from around the country (10:52). Then - we welcome Kentucky Graduate Assistant Coach Brad Calipari onto the show (22:38). Brad and Marty get into it over Mush's disgust of the Wildcats before getting into life as the son of one of the most successful coaches in the sport, Wildcats coach John Calipari. Brad also breaks down this year's Wildcats team and much more. Plus - Mush and Brad make a bet for the Duke-Kentucky game at MSG. We then finish off the show going through some of the biggest games on the SEC and Big 10 schedules this season (52:42). Don't forget to rate. review. and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On this episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we start off discussing the biggest recruiting news of the week. Shaedon Sharpe, the 2022 number 1 player, committed to Kentucky (02:23). And speaking of Kentucky - the guys react to their recent interactions with the Wildcats' newest assistant coach, Brad Calipari. Then - Marty, Rico, and Jake touch on Mark Few being cited for a DUI (07:55). We then welcome on the head coach of the Bryant Bulldogs Jared Grasso (13:14). Grasso gives his thoughts on Rico jinxing his team during last year's NEC tournament, the pressures of being in a one-bid conference, and his teams' unique style of play. And to wrap up the show, we hit on a few unfortunate injuries in the SEC, the news of potential Big 12 expansion, and we give a shout out to friend of the show Jon Rothstein on his recent wedding (34:19). Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, we discuss the past week's news including Brad Calipari joining his dad's staff at Kentucky, Emoni Bates' commitment to Memphis, Chris Mack's suspension, and Bob Huggins' contract extension (02:%7). Then - we discuss some of the recent schedule releases, including one which we were directly involved in (19:53). And Marty has some thoughts on Auburn coach Bruce Pearl and his statement about a potential Final Four run (23:55). Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, we have the full crew back in the studio. The guys start things off with more offseason news and notes including Texas A&M coach Buzz Williams' suspension, some big-name medical clearances, and the wait for Emoni Bates' decision (03:53). Will he end up back at Michigan State? Could the G League be the pick? Then - the guys react to a list of the Sexiest Mascots around the country. We then welcome on ESPN National Recruiting Director Paul Biancardi to discuss some of the country's top incoming freshmen and top prospects (22:18). Paul tells stories of his time playing under Tom Thibodeau, gives his thoughts on some of Duke's top prospects, and how he goes about ranking the country's top prospects each year. We then wrap up the show with Mobster voicemails (47:28). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Bench Mob, Rico and Marty run the pick and roll with Jake on the road for Grit Week. The guys start with some news and notes around the country including Memphis hiring Rasheed Wallace as an assistant coach, Oregon transfer Jacob Young being cleared to play, and Florida star Keyontae Johnson still awaiting clearance from his doctors (04:48). Then Marty and Rico give their thoughts on life and Rico tells us what he truly enjoys in life. Plus - they give their opinions on college, settling differences in opinions, and other life advice. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the mob is back and they get right into the biggest news of the week: 5 Star Prospects Jalen Duren and Keyonte George make their highly anticipated NCAA commitments (04:03). Jake makes a declaration that for this upcoming season he wants to do his own Bracketology, and the guys give not only their encouragement for Jake but roast Joe Lunardi along the way (17:45). The source of Rico's all time favorite buzzer beater has changed their team name. The guys give their favorite and unique team names in all of college sports. But does Marty know the meaning of unique? He and Jake argue it out (25:52). Don't forget to like, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the full mob is back and they start things off by recapping a big week for the future of the Duke Blue Devils. Jon Scheyer grabbed two top-20 recruits for the post-Coach K Era and Marty is excited (02:59). They guys then discuss the Blue Devils upcoming non-conference schedule which includes three marquee matchups against Kentucky, Gonzaga, and Ohio State. And we can add another big-time game in the 2021-22 schedule with the recently announced UCLA-Villanova home-and-home matchups (11:40). But Marty is wondering if UCLA is getting too much hype. We then give some way-too-early picks for early season tournaments. Will Baylor continue their dominance into the Battle for Atlantis? We wrap things up with the news that Kemba Walker returns home to New York and will play at the site of his iconic Big East Tournament buzzer beater (21:40). Is it THE most iconic championship week moment of all time? Don't forget to like, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob?
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, Marty and Jake start things off by discussing the major implications to Oklahoma and Texas leaving the Big 12 for the SEC (03:27). Where does this leave schools like Baylor, Kansas and West Virginia? And does the move make the SEC the premiere conference in college hoops? The guys then move on to some scheduling news and notes regarding Kansas and Gonzaga (07:09). Up next, we have three great interviews featuring big college basketball names and NBA hopefuls. Creighton's Marcus Zegarowski (15:42), Virginia's Trey Murphy (30:44), and Seton Hall's Sandro Mamukelashvili (44:51) join us to discuss their NBA aspirations as well as their exciting college careers. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, Marty and Jake start things off with some news regarding some of the sport's biggest names including Kofi Cockburn and Marcus Carr (03:04). Then, the guys sit down with Alabama Head Coach Nate Oats to discuss his Crimson Tide team, last year's loss to UCLA, the new NIL rules, and much more (16:36). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the boys are on the road. Marty, Rico, and Jake are recording from the Alabama Crimson Tide media room in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. We start things off with some news and notes from the past two weeks (03:20). Some of the biggest names in the sport are coming back for another year including Michigan's Hunter Dickinson and UCLA's Johnny Juzang, among others. Then - the Bench Mob sits down with Arkansas Head Coach Eric Musselman in his office to discuss his intense practices, the implications for the new NIL rules, his World Series pick, and more (22:32). And finally we wrap things up discussing our SEC road trip which included multiple flight delays, lost equipment, 10+ hours of driving, and some incredible access to the Arkansas and Alabama basketball programs (56:16). Make sure to keep an eye out for our trip videos coming out soon. Subscribe to our YouTube page to stay up to date with all of our latest content. And also follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys start things off discussing Marty's weekend plans down the Jersey Shore (03:25). Rico gives Marty the full rundown of what to expect at D'Jais in Belmar. Then, we break down the newly released ACC/Big Ten and SEC/Big 12 Challenge matchups via a snake draft (11:00). Jake, Rico, and Marty draft their four favorite matchups from the slates. We then hit on the start of the paid player era in college sports (25:40) before going over the controversial 247 Sports list of top programs of the past decade (29:11) and other news and notes. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the Pick & Roll returns with Marty on the road in Omaha. Jake and Rico start things off with their reactions to the Supreme Court's 9-0 ruling against the NCAA granting schools the ability to compensate athletes for education-related expenses (02:03). Then, the guys give their thoughts on the breaking news out of Madison regarding discontent between head coach Greg Gard and Badger players last season (8:00)PFT Commenter makes a surprise guest appearance to talk some hoops and podcasting (18:02), Next, former UConn Huskie Christian Vital joins the mob in studio to talk about his days in Stoors, being coached by Danny Hurley, his path to playing college hoops, and his thoughts on college athletes being compensated for their play (28:41). Jake and Rico wrap things up with some news and notes around the country including some more schedule announcements, NBA draft prospect news, and a big commitment for Oregon (56:18). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we make a major announcement: The Mob is hitting the road. Marty, Rico, and Jake are headed to SEC country, specifically Fayetteville, Arkansas and Tuscaloosa, Alabama to meet up with friends of the show Eric Musselman and Nate Oats (03:27). Then, the guys discuss Joe Lunardi's most recent Bracketology for the upcoming season (11:48). Who are the projected top seeds for next year's tournament? And Rico wants to know who the 14 seed in the Midwest Region is. Marty, Jake, and Rico talk through another coaching debate. This week, the Mob discusses which "up and coming" coach will be the first to win their first title? (22:13) And we wrap things up with some news and notes around the country (29:14). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's episode the Bench Mob is down a man with Marty traveling on the High Noon Tour. Jake and Rico recap the news of the past couple of weeks including a birthday gift for Rico from the Big Sky, some big time inter-conference matchups, and some more big names entering the NBA draft process (03:43). Then, we play Rico's new game of "Who Needs A Title The Most?" (31:15) Jake and Rico each pick one coach who most needs his first title and another coach who needs another championship. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's emergency episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys react to the breaking news that Hall of Fame Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski will be retiring after the 2021-22 season. Marty is having a tough time digesting the news while Rico throws out the word "overrated" when discussing the Blue Devils' legendary coach. Then Jake, Rico, and Marty share their thoughts on Jon Scheyer becoming Duke's "coach-in-waiting" (11:11). Marty is a fan of the in-house hire while Rico is unsure Scheyer will appeal to top recruits. Rico floats another former Blue Devil as his preferred replacement for Coach K. With Krzyzewski's retirement, the UNC-Duke rivalry will feature first time head coaches in Scheyer and new Tar Heels coach Hubert Davis (22:47). Which program is in a better spot going forward? And will the best rivalry in the sport lose its luster? We wrap things up discussing Coach K's upcoming final season (26:54). What are the Blue Devils' odds to cut down the nets and send Kzyzewski off with a title? Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On this episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys start things off by giving their thoughts and prayers to Iowa guard and friend of the show Jordan Bohannon who was assaulted and sustained serious injuries (06:36). We wish Jordan a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him back on the court. Rico, Jake, and Marty react to rumors of mid-major programs planning to avoid power programs due to future transfer implications (08:33). We then move on to some scheduling news and notes including a recently-announced home-and-home between Gonzaga and Texas (12:43), and the Pac-12 moving the start of conference play to November (15:26). Is this trend going to spread to other conferences? And how does this impact non-conference schedules going forward? The mob wraps things up with a look around the transfer portal which includes news from Xavier, Oregon, Texas Tech, and Auburn among others (29:01). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure you follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On the latest episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys recap the latest news around the college basketball world headlined by Remy Martin transferring to Kansas (02:39). Is this a good fit for Martin and for the Jayhawks? Plus - Louisville is in the middle of another scandal (07:12). Is Dino Gaudio the worst extortionist on the planet? And the Mac McClung offseason drama has come to an end (13:28). Now that McClung is NBA-bound, what are his pro prospects? Marty, Rico, and Jake hit on a few more news and notes including Mike Anderson's contract extension with St. Johns and Jay Wright's election to the Basketball Hall of Fame. And we wrap things up with Marty paying up for his loss to Rico in the Arkansas-Texas Tech bet (32:18). Marty tries to pass a 3rd grade math test live on air and it doesn't go too amazingly. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On this week's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Gonzaga legend Adam Morrison stops by to talk about last year's Bulldogs season including his thoughts on the National Championship loss to Baylor. He gives his NBA comps for outgoing star Jalen Suggs and incoming #1 recruit Chet Holmgren (03:56). Plus Adam opens up about his 2006 Sweet 16 loss to UCLA and if he has gotten over that pain. Adam also tells an incredible story about Kobe Bryant during their time together in Los Angeles. Jake, Rico, and Marty then break down the latest news around the college hoops world including a potential rule change regarding charges and flops (43:02). Our resident referee analyst, Rico, is not a fan of the rule change. The guys then move on to the biggest news in the recruiting world: #4 recruit Patrick Baldwin Jr. choosing to play under his father at UW-Milwaukee over Duke and Georgetown (47:23). Marty has had enough with inner-family tampering. We then recap Jake losing his mind following his big ping pong win in Stool Streams (53:38). Is Marty officially the most "normal" member of Barstool Bench Mob? We wrap things up with some more news and notes (58:00) including Remy Martin entering the transfer portal, some big schedule announcements, and Hartford's puzzling move to Division III after making the NCAA Tournament. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us @stoolbenchmob on Twitter and Instagram!
On today's offseason edition of Barstool Bench Mob, the boys hit on some offseason news including 2022 top recruit Emoni Bates decommitting to Michigan State (07:13). The guys talk about the pros and cons of committing early. The guys then discuss Armando Bacot's return to UNC and give their thoughts on Hubert Davis' first year expectations (14:00). Plus - the ratings are in and they were great for Rico and his National Championship take (17:06). Marty, Rico, and Jake show more love for the SEC after LSU picked up Illinois transfer Adam Miller (20:58). We hit on some more current events around the college basketball world including what's happening with friends of the show Jon Rothstein and John Fanta now that it is May (40:45). Then Jake brings us a brand new game: Who Is The Mid-Major Coach(46:53)? And we wrap the episode up with a surprise call-in from recurring guest John Fanta to discuss his summer plans down on the Jersey Shore (54:56). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest college hoops news!
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Jake, Marty, and Rico start off giving their thoughts and condolences on the tragic loss of Terrence Clarke (02:46) before getting into some more off the court news. Friend of the program Jordan Bohannon is returning to Iowa (05:32) and another recurring guest actually broke the news early. Elsewhere, Florida's Keyontae Johnson is looking to return to the Gators after missing the season following his health scare (09:18). Is Florida a contender if Johnson is cleared? The guys touch on the drama surrounding Corey Kispert and Tony Bennett (13:28). And in the hectic transfer world, Mac McClung took his name out of the transfer portal and will either join the NBA or return to Texas Tech. And the reigning National Champions reloaded again, this time with Arizona transfer James Akinjo (18:34). And major coaching news on the women's side with Kim Mulkey leaving Baylor to become the new head coach at LSU. We wrap things up discussing some offseason coaching activities including a golf outing with Rick Pitino and Nate Oats plus a Florida vacation for Eric Musselman. Make sure you rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob the guys discuss #1 prospect Chet Holmgren's commitment to Gonzaga (03:01). Can Chet and the Bulldogs break through and win it all? Marty doesn't think so. Then we hit on the big name returns and transfers from the past week (07:56) including Tanner Groves to Oklahoma. Rico thinks Oklahoma is poised for a run next season. We have some drama surrounding Iowa and CJ Fredrick (13:11). Plus - Marty wants to know how Jimmy Boeheim's transfer to Syracuse isn't tampering (19:01). The mob then wraps up with some coaching carousel including Arizona's hiring of longtime Gonzaga assistant coach Tommy Lloyd (29:13). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys break down the already action-packed offseason that has featured tons of coaching changes and transfers. But the biggest news of the week is the return of Collin Gillespie to Villanova (02:17). Does this make the Wildcats 2021-22 favorites? And in other news involving friends of the program, Mac McClung will not be returning to Texas Tech (06:05). If he withdraws from the NBA Draft, where will he end up? Marty will be waiting in Durham with a Duke jersey ready. Plus we hit on the most recent coaching news including Mark Turgeon's extension. And Rico is all on in the SEC after a bunch of teams reloaded with some big name transfers (16:53). The guys then discuss other transfer news around the country before hitting on the recently released list of potential rule changes. (34:39) Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we have the offseason blues. College basketball is gone but not forgotten. Marty, Rico, and Jake recap the season that was plus give their thoughts on the recent coaching carousel and transfers around the country. We kick things off reacting to breaking news of Arizona parting ways with head coach Sean Miller (02:09). Rico had the chance to break the news earlier, but isn't in the business. Who are the names the Wildcats should go after to fill their opening? We move onto the recent hiring of Hubert Davis at UNC (08:15) Was the hire a surprise and will Davis have to win right away in Chapel Hill? The guys then give their overall thoughts on this past college hoops season (16:07). We talk about the emergence of the young SEC coaches. Eric Musselman continues to build his empire in Fayetteville with the addition of Miami transfer Chris Lykes. Moving up north, how disappointing was the Big Ten once again? Was this a wasted opportunity for the conference? Rico questions whether Tom Izzo is maybe overrated. The Mob heads west to give the Pac-12 some well deserved praise. What's to blame for the conference going so under the radar? How important was UCLA's Final Four run to the Pac-12's reputation? Then, we give our thoughts on some Way-To-Early Top 25 rankings for next season (35:58) before giving our favorite moments from our first season of the show. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, The Baylor Bears are National Champions. Rico, Jake and Marty break down the disappointing beat down in Indy (02:59). How many more times are we going to hear "Gonzaga's Year"? The Bulldogs looked lost right from the tip and Marty wants the world to know - He Was Right. The game was a letdown but we can still appreciate the effort from Baylor. If it weren't for the Bears' midseason COVID pause, could they have gone undefeated? Was Baylor too under the radar all year? And for the Zags, while it wasn't a choke-job, how much blame does Mark Few get for his game plan? And we wrap things up with a quick recap of the Women's National Championship (32:40) which saw Stanford raising the trophy for the first time in 29 years. And finally, we give our reviews of One Shining Moment. Rico had some critiques but overall, it still delivered (34:20). Thank you for listening all year long with us! Make sure to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. We'll be back every Thursday of the offseason.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the most anticipated National Championship in over a decade is finally set. We finally get our Gonzaga-Baylor matchup and it's thanks to Jalen Suggs' buzzer beater. This is why we love college basketball. Our Final Four recap starts with the game of the tournament, and maybe the decade, as the Bulldogs outlast UCLA in overtime (03:32). The game was incredible from start to finish and boy, did we need a good game. Without this game, would the tournament have been a disappointment? It was an unbelievable effort from the Bruins but Jalen Suggs last-second heave keeps the undefeated season alive for the Zags. Where does UCLA's Mick Cronin rank among current head coaches? Should Gonzaga be concerned with Corey Kispert's struggles? On the other side of the bracket, Baylor steamrolled Houston and the Bears look to be in peak midseason form (22:35). Jared Butler had his best game of the NCAA Tournament and the Cougars had no answer for the Baylor offense. Did playing a high seed finally catch up with the Cougars? Is Baylor's defense being overlooked and could it cause issues for Ginzaga's high-powered offense? We then preview Monday's highly anticipated National Championship matchup (34:29). Does the Zags size give them an advantage over Baylor? Or will the Bears backcourt be too much for the Bulldogs? Plus - who will take home the Most Outstanding Player trophy? And finally, we wrap things up with the Women's Final Four (44:08) which saw Paige Bueckers and UConn fall to Arizona, setting up an all-PAC 12 Championship matchup against Stanford. Don't forget to subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and give us 5 stars if you like what you hear. Plus - follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On this emergency episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Jake and Marty react to the breaking news of Roy Williams retirement and Texas hiring Chris Beard. Who will the Tar Heels choose to replace Williams? Will they go in-house or make a big splash? And can Chris Beard's success translate across state? Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys recap the Elite Eight and start with the shocker of the round in the East Region (02:42) where Mick, Hep, and the 11-seed UCLA Bruins took down 1-seed Michigan in a stunning upset. The loss of Isaiah Livers finally came back to bite the Wolverines. Is UCLA the luckiest team in the country? Or do they just have the power of Hep on their side? Can the Bruins keep the run alive and take down Goliath in the Final Four? From shocker to blowout, we go to the West Region (170:09) where the Gonzaga Bulldogs look truly unstoppable. Drew Timme eviscerated NBA top prospect Evan Mobley and the Trojans. Was this the most impressive effort all season from the Bulldogs? Next, we cover the Midwest Region (26:30) where Rico's Houston Cougars are heading to their first Final Four since the Phi Slama Jama days. The Cinderella run for Oregon State comes to an end. Can Houston keep up with Baylor? They took down the 15, 10, 11, and 12 seeds in their region but now get a huge test in 1-seeded Baylor. Jake thinks the Cougars have a shot. And lastly we move over to the South Region (37:33) where the other tournament favorite, Baylor, continued their march towards a date with Gonzaga. Arkansas had an unbelievable season led by the Muss Bus. Could the Razorbacks return all of their players and make another run at it next season? Meanwhile, the Bears look destined to meet the Zags in the Championship. Who exactly is Baylor's best player? We wrap things up with an update on the Women's Tournament (54:52). Monday's game of the night was on the women's side. The UConn-Baylor game was electric but ended with a controversial no-call. Should Texas take a look at Baylor coach Kim Mulkey? Rico thinks so. For UConn, it's all about Paige Bueckers as usual. Elsewhere, Stanford, South Carolina, and Arizona fill out the rest of the Final Four.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys recap an action-packed Sweet 16 that featured some blowouts, three 1-seeds advancing, and one stunning upset. In the West Region (03:13), we had two blowouts with Gonzaga and USC set to meet in the Elite Eight. Can anybody stop the Bulldogs and if so, is it Evan Mobley and the Trojans? Is this the toughest matchup the Zags will have faced all season? Marty and Rico both believe in the Trojans chances for an upset. In the East Region (11:48) we saw the major upset of the weekend with UCLA outlasting Alabama in overtime. The Crimson Tide's struggles at the foul line probably cost them the game and the Bench Mob some money. Mick Cronin's squad is heading to the Elite Eight in a matchup against 1-seed Michigan. The Wolverines smoked Florida State and are poised for another trip to the Final Four. Is Michigan the most underrated team left in the field? In the Midwest Region (33:33), the Beavers continue their Cinderella run after beating Loyola-Chicago in an absolute rock fight. Oregon State's defense has helped propel them to an unlikely Elite Eight matchup against Houston on Monday. The Cougars were able to figure out the Syracuse zone and get past the Orange. Do Marty and Jake finally believe in Houston despite only beating double-digit seeds so far? Over to the South Region (46:38) where the 1-seed Baylor Bears and 3-seed Arkansas Razorbacks will meet in an electric Elite Eight game Monday night. Arkansas barely survived after Max Abmas' last-second shot just missed. Jared Butler struggled against Villanova but the Bears overcame a 7-point halftime deficit to advance. Do the Razorbacks have the firepower to stay with Baylor? And we also have an Elite Eight set in the Women's Tournament (01:01:41) with three 1-seeds headlining the field including Paige Bueckers and UConn. And we wrap things up discussing Indiana's hiring of Mike Woodson (01:05:26). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On today's Sweet 16 preview of Barstool Bench Mob, we kick things off with the Saturday slate. 8-seed Loyola-Chicago matches up against 12-seed Oregon State (03:55). Are the Ramblers the favorite to come out of the region? Next up, Baylor faces Villanova and Rico and Marty think the Bears run away with it and move on to the Elite Eight (09:19). Do the Wildcats have a shot without Collin Gillespie? The winner of that game will meet the winner of Arkansas and the Cinderella of the tournament, Oral Roberts (12:04). The Razorbacks beat the Golden Eagles earlier in the season. So how will the rematch go? Can Max Abmas and Kevin Obanor lead Oral Roberts to an upset? And the final game on Saturday features Houston and Syracuse (19:23). Can Buddy Boeheim stay red-hot and lead the Orange to another upset? Rico thinks the Cougars pose a tough matchup for Boeheim and Co. Then we welcome the hottest shooter in the country, Syracuse guard Buddy Boeheim to talk about Syracuse's run in the NCAA tournament, life as a coach's son, and how tough his dad's 2-3 zone can be on opponents. Plus - Buddy promises to incorporate a new celebration after a three-pointer. (24:30) We move on to Sunday's slate and kick things off with Gonzaga and Creighton (43:25). The Zags are huge favorites but can Marcus Zegarowski get hot enough to pull off the miracle? The only chalk-matchup of the tournament is in the East Region with 1-seed Michigan and 4-seed Florida State (45:54). Is this the best matchup of the Sweet 16? Do the Seminoles have an answer for Hunter Dickinson? The Wolverines or Seminoles take on the winner of UCLA vs. Alabama (48:26). Can the Bruins slow down Nate Oats' 3-point-heavy Crimson Tide offense? And the final game of the Sweet 16 is a Pac-12 matchup between Oregon and USC (51:05). How do the Ducks match up with the Mobleys? The Trojans seem to be the consensus pick among the Bench Mob and Rico makes a bold prediction for a potential Gonzaga-USC Elite Eight matchup. And we wrap things up with an update from the Women's NCAA Tournament which features red-hot UConn led by Paige Bueckers (54:52). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the first weekend of the 2021 NCAA Tournament is in the books. We have a Sweet 16 to look forward to next weekend. Marty, Jake, and Rico break down all the action from Sunday and Monday's Round of 32 games starting in the West Region (03:53). 2-seed Iowa goes down to 7-seed Oregon to end the season in a disappointing way. Did the Ducks have a rest advantage after not competing in the first round? They'll take on conference foe USC after the Trojans ran 3-seed Kansas out of the gym. At the top of the region, Gonzaga and Creighton breezed through their respective 2nd round games and will meet next weekend. Can Marcus Zegarowski and the Blue Jays do the impossible and take down the Zags? Next up, the South Region (12:39) where Oral Roberts is officially the Cinderella of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Max Abmas and the Golden Eagles take down Florida and have a rematch with Muss Bus and the Razorbacks. Arkansas edged out Texas Tech sealing Marty's fate as he now has to face his punishment. And with Baylor and Villanova both moving on to the Sweet 16, do the Wildcats without Collin Gillespie have a shot against the Bears? We move onto the most chaotic region of the tournament, the Midwest Region (22:24), where the 2, 8, 11, and 12 seeds are left. Who is the favorite for the Final Four? Sister Jean makes her return to the Sweet 16. Loyola-Chicago looked like they were the top seed in their dominant win over 1-seed Illinois. The Ramblers take on Oregon State next Saturday after the Beavers take down Cade Cunningham and 4-seed Oklahoma State. And at the bottom of the region, Syracuse does it again. Can Buddy Boeheim lead the Orange to the Elite Eight over 2-seed Houston? And we wrap things up in the East Region (36:59) where, at the top, 1-seed Michigan outlasted 8-seed LSU. How far can Michigan go without Isaiah Livers? Can Leonard Hamilton lead the Seminoles to the Elite Eight after their big win over Colorado? The rest of the region featured routs as UCLA took care of business against Abilene Christian and Alabama blew out Maryland. How did Texas lose to Abilene Christian? Can Alabama win the whole thing? Rico thinks so. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob! And for the latest scores, news, and highlights from the NCAA Tournament, make sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Marty, and Jake recap a wild first round of the NCAA Tournament. We start in the West Region where Virginia officially ended it's courtship with Rico losing to 13-seed Ohio. Creighton barely escaped an upset bid from UCSB. How far can the Blue Jays go? And unfortunately we have our first COVID-related no-contest allowing Oregon to move on after VCU was forced to bow out. (02:31) Onto the South Region where Ohio State was stunned by Oral Roberts and North Texas topped Purdue further confirming Marty's Big Ten take. Plus - the bet has been set. A second round matchup between Arkansas and Texas Tech will determine whether Marty will take a difficult math test or Rico will be read the Berenstain Bears 47 times. (10:50) Moving to the Midwest Region - three double digit seeds advance to the round of 32. 12 seed Oregon State beat down Tennessee to continue their late-season run. But are they really a threat to Cade Cunningham and Oklahoma State? And we have an intra-state matchup between 1-seed Illinois and 8-seed Loyola-Chicago. On the bottom of the region, Jake's Orange dominated San Diego State setting up an old-school Big East battle with West Virginia. Plus - does Rutgers have a chance against Houston? (21:57) And finally to the East Region where Alabama has a very clear path to the Elite Eight after 3 double-digit seeds advanced to Monday. UConn disappointed against Maryland, UCLA took down BYU and Abilene-Christian shocked Texas. (28:44) Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's bracket breakdown episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Jake, Marty, and Rico kick things off with the major storylines coming out of Indianapolis (02:19). We have some top-tier referees being sent home due to COVID tracing. Players are complaining about the food and conditions inside the "controlled environment" in Indy. But in the end, we are just happy to have an NCAA Tournament after missing last year's. Our bracket breakdown begins with the West Region (16:28). Is Gonzaga the clear favorite to come out of this region? Will we see an early-season rematch of the Zags and Hawkeyes in the Elite Eight? Are Evan Mobley and the Trojans being overlooked as a sleeper? In the South Region, is Baylor the most vulnerable #1 seed? (26:47) Marty and Rico try to hammer out their Texas Tech-Arkansas bet. Is Winthrop the trendiest 12-5 upset pick? And Rico is rooting hard for Florida after the Virginia Tech social media team jumped all over his past Hokies takes. Over to the Midwest Region where Illinois is the hottest team in the country but they could have a tough matchup against Oklahoma State in the Sweet 16. (41:48) Why isn't West Virginia getting any love? And Rico's got some tempo bets that you're going to want to lock in before Friday. In the East Region, everybody is counting out Michigan. (48:51) With Isaiah Livers out, are the Wolverines in danger of an early exit? Rico is out on Texas, Marty is in on Florida State and both have no idea if they love or hate Maryland. And Rico slips in a free gift for the Mobsters. To wrap things up, the guys hit on some of the recent coaching carousel news around the country. (59:05) Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob.
***March Madness is here! The tournament tips this week and you don't want to miss anything from Barstool Bench Mob. Make sure you rate, review, and subscribe and also follow us on instagram and twitter @stoolbenchmob.*** On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, it has finally arrived. March Madness is upon us and we have a beautiful 68-team bracket. The guys give their first impressions of the 2021 NCAA tournament field (04:14). Marty is loving Oklahoma State. Gonzaga could have some early-season rematches. Who is the most dangerous 12 seed? We might see a mobster matchup early between Arkansas and Texas Tech. How did Michigan State and UCLA sneak into the field while Louisville is left out? Which region is the deepest from top to bottom? Then - we welcome back Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon fresh off of a COVID test and stuck in his hotel room in Indianapolis (26:23). Jordan tells Marty, Rico, and Jake about his experience so far in the Indianapolis bubble. Plus - Jordan gives a live unbagging of the goodies the NCAA is giving to players. And to wrap things up, we recap the major storylines following Conference Championship week (49:37). We had 3 major bid-stealers over the weekend. Where did Georgetown, Oregon State, and Georgia Tech come from? And what happened between Juwan Howard and Mark Turgeon during the Big 10 tournament? Do the SEC coaches all hate each other?
***We are just days away from Selection Sunday and you don't want to miss any college hoops action. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news around the country.*** On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the boys break down Championship Week so far starting in the ACC. Can Marty will the Blue Devils into the NCAA Tournament (03:20)? Is Syracuse on the right side of the bubble after beating NC State (13:56)? We then hit on the other early conference results before discussing regular season awards. Marty is not a fan of sharing the Big East awarding three Players of the Year (25:27). The Bench Mob is then joined by Fox Sports analyst John Fanta to deep dive on the Big East tournament (33:21). John picks a Rothsteinism for Rico and breaks down Thursday's quarterfinals matchups. Does UConn have what it takes to make another deep run in March? And what other conference is John buying heading into Selection Sunday? To watch all of our Bench Mob interviews in full, subscribe to our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg/featured To wrap things up, Jake drops some nuggets on the teams who already punched their tickets to the big dance (01:01:43). Rico isn't thrilled about Drexel's parade. The country's leading scorer is from Oral Roberts and his name does not sound how it's spelled. Could Cleveland State be a problem in the first round? The Bo$co-Effect torpedoes Bryant as they fall in the NEC to Mt. St. Mary's. And finally the Zags are heading into the NCAA Tournament without a loss. Is that a bad omen for the WCC Champs?
***We are less than a week away from Selection Sunday and you don't want to miss any college hoops action. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news around the country.*** On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we recap the final weekend before Selection Sunday starting with Sunday's slate starting with a big-time upset by the red-hot Michigan State Spartans over #2 Michigan (02:13). Does the win put Sparty into the field of 68? Also Sunday, Baylor continues their dominance, this time blowing out Texas Tech (05:57). How worried should we be about Texas Tech? We move onto Iowa's win over Wisconsin (10:14) and have a surprise postgame call from Hawkeyes' guard and recurring guest Jordan Bohannon (14:13). Rico, Marty, and Jake then touch on the Missouri Valley Conference championship and the return of Sister Jean to the big dance (26:00). On Saturday, Illinois took down Ohio State (36:23). Did the win secure a #1 seed for the Illini? And the Bench Mob gives Oklahoma State some love after their big road win over West Virginia without Cade Cunningham and Isaac Likekele (41:39). Plus - who is going to win the Big East tournament? The guys hit on Providence's win over a banged up Villanova team (47:37) as well as the tough situation surrounding Creighton and coach Greg McDermott (52:34). We've got two interviews this week. First - Preston Spradlin, head coach of the OVC Champion Morehead State Eagles, calls in from the bus on the way back to campus just hours after cutting down the nets. Coach Spradlin talks about how it feels to be the first team to punch a ticket to the NCAA Tournament, how the Eagles took down conference favorites Belmont and how he incorporates movie clips into his game film sessions (55:04). Then - we welcome Fox Sports analyst and former head coach Steve Lavin to the Mob. Coach Lavin talks about life as a head coach on both the east and west coasts, his potential interest in a return to coaching, and his favorite and sleeper teams to cut down the nets in Indianapolis (01:15:10). We wrap up the show with Marty's Duke Minute (01:54:22) and Beating the Buzzer (02:02:30).
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Jake, Marty and Rico get right to it breaking down the game of the year in Morgantown between Baylor and West Virginia (02:49). We then touch on Illinois' impressive blowout win over Michigan (17:24) and Marty has officially retired from the news-breaking industry. We recap Cade Cunningham and Oklahoma State's sweep of Oklahoma (25:57). Are the Cowboys the scariest team for a #1 seed to see in the tournament? We have another A-List guest. This time Alabama head coach Nate Oats joins the Bench Mob to talk about the SEC regular season champion Crimson Tide, his 3-point-heavy offensive philosophy and his time shadowing Nick Saban. Plus - Rico shares his alleged rumor about Kentucky head coach John Calipari's past recruiting tactics (37:14). To watch the full interview, subscribe to our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg The boys break down an electric night in the Horizon League quarterfinals which featured a 24-point comeback and a triple-overtime thriller (01:15:08). We then turn to Wednesday's action where Villanova took down Creighton but lost senior guard Collin Gillespie to injury (01:22:06). Plus - the guys give their thoughts on Jim Boeheim's jab at a reporter (01:36:39). And we wrap things up with Beating the Buzzer (01:49:55) and Marty's Duke Minute (01:52:47). And don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest college hoops scores, news and highlights.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob - This Is March. We made it. March is upon us and Jake, Rico, and Marty break down the biggest games from a huge weekend around the country. We start things off with Sunday's Slate: - Iowa-Ohio State - Villanova-Butler (08:51) - Michigan State-Maryland (14:28) The guys then hit on Saturday's biggest matchups and most importantly - the CBS Shoutout heard around the globe. -Texas Tech-Texas (18:19) - Illinois-Wisconsin (25:12) - Oklahoma State-Oklahoma (36:51) - Creighton-Xavier (43:19) - Baylor-Kansas (44:50) - Florida State-UNC (55:43) - Louisville-Duke (58:21) We wrap things up covering the rest of the weekend's action in Beating the Buzzer (01:08:27). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And for all of the latest scores, news, and highlights follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys react to Roy Williams' brash answer to a reporter after UNC's loss to Marquette (02:56). We then break down a wild week around the country, including some big losses for top teams: - Alabama-Arkansas (15:13) - Tennessee-Vanderbilt (21:49) - LSU-Georgia (24:13) - NC State-Virginia (28:06) - Illinois-Michigan State (33:28) - Texas-Kansas (43:21) - Iowa State-Baylor (52:01) - Syracuse-Duke (53:10) - Oregon-USC (01:03:54) - Texas Tech-Oklahoma State (01:10:12) The guys then hit the rest of the week's action in Beating the Buzzer (01:19:15) before signing off. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest news, scores, and highlights.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Jake and Marty break down the weekend's biggest games in the Starting Lineup: - Michigan-Ohio State (02:02) - Iowa-Wisconsin (14:25) - Duke-Virginia (20:27) We then welcome on Florida State freshman Scottie Barnes. He talks about the Seminoles balanced offensive attack and who would take a last second shot (32:36). The guys recap the rest of a huge weekend slate: - UConn-Villanova (46:05) - Texas Tech-Kansas (52:29) - West Virginia-Texas (01:01:30) And we wrap things up with Beating the Buzzer (01:07:21) and the Box Score game (01:09:44).
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys react to the news of Duke freshman Jalen Johnson opting out of the season (02:03), the recent winter weather's impact on the college basketball world (14:45), Gonzaga & BYU potentially skipping the WCC tournament (17:55), a huge upcoming matchup in the America East Conference (28:10), and Boston College firing head coach Jim Christian (32:11). We then welcome another gigantic guest to the Mob. Texas Tech guard Mac McClung joins the show to talk about his transfer process, how Chris Beard has helped improve his game, and the Red Raiders' 2020-21 season. Plus - McClung addresses a myth about a certain rapper being part of his family (41:08). To watch the entire interview and all of our other guest interviews, subscribe to our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg To wrap up the show, we hit on Virginia-Florida State (01:01:11), Florida-Arkansas (01:07:27) and the surging USC Trojans (01:13:39) before we Beat the Buzzer (01:16:17). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And for the latest news, scores, and highlights make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, Jake, Rico and Marty recap another busy weekend of college hoops in our Starting Lineup: - Loyola Chicago-Drake (02:04) - Michigan-Wisconsin (09:22) - Oklahoma-West Virginia (19:05) - Villanova-Creighton (22:27) - Indiana-Ohio State (28:08) - Top 16 Seed Reveal (32:43) - Tennessee-LSU (34:26) Another huge interview for the Mob! We welcome LSU Head Coach Will Wade fresh off of a big win against Tennessee. Coach Wade talks about the 20-21 Tigers, his reaction to Shaka Smart's hair, and what it's like to Facetime with Shaq (39:32). To watch the entire interview and all of our other guests, subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg We wrap things up with Marty's Duke Minute (01:04:07) and Beating the Buzzer (01:08:45). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And for the latest news, scores and, highlights, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob
On this episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we touch on the fallout from the group of UNC players seen partying after beating Duke over the weekend (02:11). Then Jake, Rico and Marty hit on the biggest matchups from Monday and Tuesday: Oklahoma State-Kansas (08:46) West Virginia-Texas Tech (15:29) Notre Dame-Duke (28:21) Pittsburgh Head Coach Jeff Capel joins the Mob to discuss the Panthers rise through the ACC, his recruitment of Blake Griffin and Jayson Tatum plus his favorite episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm (32:25). To watch this interview plus all of our past guests, subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg/about The guys then hit on Rutgers-Iowa (01:06:35) before discussing the recently released NCAA tournament times (01:13:18). And to wrap up, we Beat the Buzzer(01:26:38). Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review to Barstool Bench Mob. And for the latest college hoops scores, highlights and news follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, we recap the pre-Super Bowl weekend of college hoops in in our Starting Lineup: Indiana-Iowa (01:48) UNC-Duke (10:39) Alabama-Missouri (16:01) Texas-Oklahoma St (20:22) Kansas-West Virginia (25:57) Illinois-Wisconsin (32:15) We then hit the rest of the weekend's action in Beating the Buzzer (41:19) before finishing up with the Box Score game (44:25). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the guys press the panic button after some major upsets Wednesday night (04:46) and discuss the continuing downward spiral of Kentucky (16:24) before diving into Monday's Oklahoma-Texas Tech game (21:01). Then, the Mob brokers a sit down to break bread between two feuding families. ESPN's Fran Fraschilla joins the show to talk Big 12 hoops, his time with Brent Musburger and his beef with Rico (26:07:02). For the full video of our interview with Fran Fraschilla and all of our other guests, visit our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg/about Then Jake, Marty and Rico hit on Tuesday's big Baylor-Texas (01:10:55) and Illinois-Indiana (01:15:13) matchups and then wrap things up with Beating the Buzzer (01:28:45) and the Boxscore Game (01:33:03). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And for the latest scores, news, and highlights follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
The Mob is back after another packed weekend of college hoops. Rico, Marty and Jake kick things off with the Starting Lineup: Illinois-Iowa (01:51) Oklahoma-Alabama (08:59) Florida-WVU (12:13) Tennessee-Kansas (16:09) Texas Tech-LSU (24:41) Virginia Tech-Virginia (29:09) Then, Hall of Fame journalist Dick Weiss joins the Mob to talk about the passing of John Chaney (38:26). Weiss was in the press room for Chaney's famous altercation with John Calipari and recounts the career and impact of the legendary Temple coach. We then recap the rest of the weekend slate in Beating the Buzzer (59:19) before wrapping things up with the hottest new game on the streets: The Box Score game (01:03:53) Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review Barstool Bench Mob! And for all the latest news, scores and highlights follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the guys revisit the conference tournament debate (03:18), discuss Jake's hot take about cooking (14:16), and Marty has a bone to pick with Rico. Then we dive into the Starting Lineup: Texas Tech-West Virginia (22:54)Virginia-Syracuse (30:00)Creighton-Seton Hall (41:43) Kentucky-Alabama (45:47)Oklahoma-Texas (49:49) And finally, we Beat the Buzzer, ripping through the rest of the week's best games (55:26) before recapping Rico's frantic trip to the airport in Michigan (58:46). Make sure to subscribe, rate and review Barstool Bench Mob!And for the latest college hoops news, highlights and scores follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob. To watch all of our player and coach interviews, visit our new YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg/featured