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In The Circle
Under The Golden Dome

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 51:43


Our latest episode of In The Circle takes us to the Atlantic Coast Conference and South Bend, Indiana, to be specific, as our Fall Tour rolls along. Eric Lopez caught up with Notre Dame Head Coach Deanna Gumpf, who led the Fighting Irish to another 40-win season and NCAA Tournament selection. Coach talks with In The Circle about her outlook for the 2023 team led by ACC Player of the Year Karina Gaskins and veteran ace Payton Tidd. Coach Gumpf discusses the addition of Amanda Eberhart to her coaching staff and the process behind it. She also talks about hosting the ACC Tournament this year, using Instant Replay, and more.  Victor takes over to break down the latest WPF News as the OKC Spark has their new home ballpark and the newest franchise set in Dallas with some familiar faces taking over.

Hurricanes Weekly
Destiny Harden with Joe Z interview 11-08-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:11


As a Redshirt Senior (2021-22): 2022 ACC All-Tournament Team; 2022 ACC All-Academic Team. Started 21 of 24 games played in 2021-2022…Missed the first 10 games due to a lower body injury…Finished the season second on the team in both points (7.7) and rebounds (4.2) per game…Totaled 10 double-digit outings…Tallied her only double-double of the season against Louisville (3/4)…Knocked down 43.8 percent of her shots from the field…Recorded five-plus rebounds in 10 games in 2021-22…Tied her career high in scoring with 27 points against Louisville (3/4)…Set a new career high in steals with five at Notre Dame (2/10)…Hauled in 100-plus rebounds in back to back seasons (118 in 2020-21; 100 in 2021-22). A Game for the Ages – vs. Louisville (3/4/22) Scored the final 15 points and the game-winning buzzer beater against Louisville in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals…Ranks second in program history for most points in an ACC Tournament game at 27…Tied the program record for field goals made in an ACC Tournament game at 11…Ranks first in program history for single-game field goal percentage in an ACC Tournament game with a 73.3 clip against Louisville…Knocked down four 3-pointers against Louisville to sit tied for third in program history for 3-pointers made in an ACC Tournament game…Ranks tied for second for single-game 3-point field goal percentage in an ACC Tournament game (.800)…Poured in a career-best five free throws. As a Redshirt Junior (2020-21): ACC Player of the Week (3/1). Started 21 of 22 games played in 2020-21…Led the Canes in rebounding (5.4) and ranked second in scoring (10.7)…Earned player of the week honors after averaging 18.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and shooting 60 percent from the field over two games…Totaled 10 double-digit efforts in 2020-21…Tallied a team-best five 20-point outings…Recorded new career highs in scoring (27), made field goals (11) and minutes (39) against Virginia Tech at the ACC Tournament (3/4)…Harden's 11 made field goals against Virginia Tech were the most by a Cane since Beatrice Mompremier tallied 12 at DePaul on Nov. 23, 2019…Paced the Canes with four double-doubles in 2020-21, good for eighth (tied) in the ACC…Averaged double-figures (10.7) for the first time in her career…Scored in double-figures in four straight games to finish the season. As a Redshirt Sophomore (2019-20): Started 15 of 25 games played this season…Earned her first career start against Syracuse (1/12)…Ranked fourth on the team in rebounding at 3.9 boards/game…Totaled four double-digit outings, the only four of her career…Poured in a career-high 15 points against NC State (2/20), 10 of which came in the third quarter alone…Knocked down a career-high three 3-pointers at Virginia Tech (2/2), shooting 3-of-4 from beyond the arc…Tallied the first double-digit game of her career at UNC (1/16), totaling 12 points on 5-of-10 shooting…In games that she started, averaged 7.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per contest…Recorded back-to-back double-digit games at Virginia Tech (2/2) and against Duke (2/9). As a Sophomore (2018-19): Transferred from West Virginia University … Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules. As a Freshman at West Virginia (2017-18): Played in 35 of 37 games … Averaged 2.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in 8.2 minutes per game, shooting 44.3 percent from the floor … Made her collegiate debut against Central Connecticut State (11/10), notching seven points and a season-high four steals in 18 minutes … Tallied co-season-highs in points (eight), rebounds (six), blocks (two) and free throws made (four) in 18 minutes of action versus Sacramento State (11/14) … Totaled six points on 3-of-3 shooting against North Florida (11/19), adding two steals and tying her season highs in rebounds (six) and blocks (two) … Logged six points and two steals in a season-high 20 minutes versus Coppin State (12/10) … Posted a season-high-tying eight points against Radford (12/16), finishing 4-of-4 at the line and notching two assists in 18 minutes … Tallied a season-best three steals in 18 minutes of action versus Morgan State (12/18) … Recorded two assists and a co-season-high two blocks against Morehead State (12/21) … Scored six points on 3-of-3 shooting and added two steals at eighth-ranked Texas (12/31) … Scored five points at Oklahoma (2/3) … At Kansas (2/14), scored six points and shot 4-of-9 at the stripe, tying her season high in makes and setting a top mark in attempts … In the WNIT Round of 64 against Bucknell, equaled her season bests in points (eight), made field goals (four) and steals (four) … Again scored eight points and made four field goals, this time on five attempts, in the WNIT Round of 32 versus St. Joseph's (3/18) … Made her final appearance for the Mountaineers against Virginia Tech (3/28) in the WNIT semifinals. High School: Graduated from Morgan Park High School … Listed by ProspectsNation.com as a four-star recruit … Ranked by espnW HoopGurlz as a three-star prospect and the No. 19 wing player in the class … McDonald's All-American Game nominee … Averaged 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists as a senior, leading her team to a regional title … Finished No. 11 in Illinois Ms. Basketball voting … Earned Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette First Team All-State, Chicago Tribune Second Team All-State and USA TODAY All-USA Illinois Second Team honors … Also garnered IBCA 3A/4A Third Team All-State and Daily Southtown First Team All-Area distinction … As a junior, averaged 13.2 points and 11.4 rebounds per game … Received Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette Second Team All-State, IBCA 3A/4A Second Team All-State and USA TODAY All-USA Illinois Second Team accolades… Also logged Chicago Tribune All-State Special Mention and Daily Southtown Second Team All-Area honors … Played varsity all four years of high school, including at Christ the King Jesuit College Prep as a freshman … Played on the Nike EYBL circuit with the Mac Irvin Fire … Multiple NFL and MLB players also attended Morgan Park, as did Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to go to space, and musician Jermih. Personal: Full name is Destiny Lorraine Harden … Nickname is Des … Born Sept. 24, 1998 … Parents are Lamar Harden and Tyesa Chambers … Has an older sister (Daija), an older brother (Daijon), two younger sisters (Dovion and Demaria) and a younger brother (Darius) … Favorite athlete is Dwyane Wade … Best sports memory is scoring a game-winning basket in overtime of an AAU game in North Carolina in 2016 with Katie Meier watching … Chose Miami because the coaches made her feel comfortable and she felt it would help her go far as a basketball player … Committed to Miami over Marquette, among many others.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Seminoles are No. 23 in College Football Playoff, FSU favored vs. Syracuse, Noles soccer set for title defense -- all the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 5:26


Hello everyone, happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports, brought to you by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis -- let's jump right in. Florida State has earned its first College Football Playoff ranking since 2016, the year that FSU faced off and beat Michigan in the Orange Bowl. The Seminoles debuted at No. 23 in the second edition of this year's rankings, an improvement of two spots from the squad's standing in the AP Top 25. FSU isn't ranked in the Coaches Poll, but, hey, you can't win them all, and also -- it doesn't matter. The ranking is a reflection of the fact that, despite 3 losses, FSU has performed as at least one of the top 25 teams in the country. I'm going to drop a couple of stat bombs on you --  FSU has put together one of the most explosive offenses in the country, a balanced rushing and passing attack led by a significantly-improved Jordan Travis, who has established himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the ACC and arguably, the country. Florida State is now No. 1 in the country in 20+ yard plays, having logged 69 on the season (62 vs. Power 5 competition.) According to FSU Sports Info, Florida State is one of four teams in the country (and the only team in the ACC) averaging at least 270 yards of passing offense and at least 210 yards of rushing offense per game this season.  On the defensive end, while there is still room for improvement in a variety of areas, the Seminoles have also taken a step forward — FSU has allowed the fourth-fewest 20+ yard plays this season (24) while holding opponents to just 19.8 points per game (No. 22 in the country). Also via FSU Sports Info, Florida State is first in the ACC and fifth in the country in pass defense, holding opponents to an average of 165.0 yards per game through the air. The Seminoles also are first in the ACC and rank nine nationally, holding opponents to an average of 6.1 yards per pass attempt FSU leads the nation with 15 touchdown drives of 80+ yards and with seven 90+-yard touchdown drives this season. The Seminoles also rank fourth in explosive play rate differential, trailing only Georgia, Ohio State and Tulane, with an offense explosive play rate of 16.8 percent that ranks sixth nationally and a defense explosive plays allowed rate of 9.2 percent that is 15th in the country So basically -- yeah, Florida State is a pretty good football team. The Seminoles face off against the Syracuse Orange this Saturday at 7 p.m. and are currently 6.5 point favorites. In other FSU news, the soccer team is getting set to take on FGCU in the squad's NCAA Tournament opener. FSU, the defending national champs and winners of the ACC Tournament, are the overall no. 1 seed and look to be set up well to at the very least make a deep run. Our Prince Akeem Joeffer, the best of the best when it comes to Florida State women's athletics, has you covered with a layout of the bracket and other thoughts on the program up on the site right now. Those are the main big things of the day -- you can read up on them and more on TomahawkNation.com right now, as well as catch up on all of our past coverage from the week, from football breakdowns to basketball look through. Thank you for listening and supporting us -- if you want more of something we're doing, if you want us to change anything up, please please either leave a comment on the website or in a review. Thank you again for listening -- we'll see you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Seminoles are No. 23 in College Football Playoff, FSU favored vs. Syracuse, Noles soccer set for title defense -- all the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 5:26


Hello everyone, happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports, brought to you by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis -- let's jump right in. Florida State has earned its first College Football Playoff ranking since 2016, the year that FSU faced off and beat Michigan in the Orange Bowl. The Seminoles debuted at No. 23 in the second edition of this year's rankings, an improvement of two spots from the squad's standing in the AP Top 25. FSU isn't ranked in the Coaches Poll, but, hey, you can't win them all, and also -- it doesn't matter. The ranking is a reflection of the fact that, despite 3 losses, FSU has performed as at least one of the top 25 teams in the country. I'm going to drop a couple of stat bombs on you --  FSU has put together one of the most explosive offenses in the country, a balanced rushing and passing attack led by a significantly-improved Jordan Travis, who has established himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the ACC and arguably, the country. Florida State is now No. 1 in the country in 20+ yard plays, having logged 69 on the season (62 vs. Power 5 competition.) According to FSU Sports Info, Florida State is one of four teams in the country (and the only team in the ACC) averaging at least 270 yards of passing offense and at least 210 yards of rushing offense per game this season.  On the defensive end, while there is still room for improvement in a variety of areas, the Seminoles have also taken a step forward — FSU has allowed the fourth-fewest 20+ yard plays this season (24) while holding opponents to just 19.8 points per game (No. 22 in the country). Also via FSU Sports Info, Florida State is first in the ACC and fifth in the country in pass defense, holding opponents to an average of 165.0 yards per game through the air. The Seminoles also are first in the ACC and rank nine nationally, holding opponents to an average of 6.1 yards per pass attempt FSU leads the nation with 15 touchdown drives of 80+ yards and with seven 90+-yard touchdown drives this season. The Seminoles also rank fourth in explosive play rate differential, trailing only Georgia, Ohio State and Tulane, with an offense explosive play rate of 16.8 percent that ranks sixth nationally and a defense explosive plays allowed rate of 9.2 percent that is 15th in the country So basically -- yeah, Florida State is a pretty good football team. The Seminoles face off against the Syracuse Orange this Saturday at 7 p.m. and are currently 6.5 point favorites. In other FSU news, the soccer team is getting set to take on FGCU in the squad's NCAA Tournament opener. FSU, the defending national champs and winners of the ACC Tournament, are the overall no. 1 seed and look to be set up well to at the very least make a deep run. Our Prince Akeem Joeffer, the best of the best when it comes to Florida State women's athletics, has you covered with a layout of the bracket and other thoughts on the program up on the site right now. Those are the main big things of the day -- you can read up on them and more on TomahawkNation.com right now, as well as catch up on all of our past coverage from the week, from football breakdowns to basketball look through. Thank you for listening and supporting us -- if you want more of something we're doing, if you want us to change anything up, please please either leave a comment on the website or in a review. Thank you again for listening -- we'll see you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: FSU favored vs. Miami, soccer set for ACC Tournament, basketball season, latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:21


Welcome in to Noles News Now, your audio home for all things happening in Florida State athletics on the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. A victory and record breaking  Monday for the FSU football team as they enter rivalry week. Thanks so much for tuning in. I'm Brian Pellerin on this Monday October 31st. Happy Halloween.  That record breaking effort came from the football team in a blowout win over Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets were clearly no match for FSU as evidence by the 41-16 final score. The Noles were far from perfect in the game and still dominated the yardage, first downs and of course points. Jordan Travis broke his personal passing yardage mark with 394. That was a big piece of a larger FSU historical game as this game was the third time in FSU history that they had a QB throw for 375, a running back for over 100 -- Trey Benson's 111 -- and a wide receiver over 100 with Johnny Wilson going for 111 as well.  Another big note was Fabian Lovett made his first appearance since the second game of the season. A huge piece to have back heading into rivalry week against Miami.  The Canes coming off a 4-OT 14-12 win this weekend against Virginia that saw no touchdowns. They're far from playing their best football and oddsmakers will tell you that. FSU is an 8-point favorite on this one Sunday night. We'll see if that moves during the week.  A win this week would give FSU bowl eligibility but also a nice welcome to the conference to Mario Cristobal. A statement victory could also help in some recruiting battles with the Canes. Mike Norvell and the coaching staff had plenty of potential Tribe 23 guys on campus this past week. For more on that, you can check out our recruiting and portal thread with plenty of great insight all for free.  Elsewhere on campus, FSU basketball hit with some bad news this weekend as the NCAA announced star freshman Baba Miller violated guidelines when his family received travel to and from a training camp from his native Spain to the U-S. That ruling puts Miller out of action for half the season. Miller and his family say they immediately paid back the benefits once they learned it violated NCAA rules. Athletic Director Michael Alford was none too pleased with the ruling saying the decision seems disproportionate and inconsistent in today's modern environment. Miller will continue to practice with the team so he's ready to return after his 16-game suspension.  The FSU volleyball team dropped a 4-set match to Boston College on Sunday. They'll face Clemson next on Friday.  Women's basetball dominated West Georgia 115-46 in an exhibition game.  And the No. 5 soccer team closed out their regular season with a 4-1 win over Virginia Tech.  That'll do it for today's Noles News Now. Until Wednesday, I'm Brian Pellerin. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: FSU favored vs. Miami, soccer set for ACC Tournament, basketball season, latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:21


Welcome in to Noles News Now, your audio home for all things happening in Florida State athletics on the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. A victory and record breaking  Monday for the FSU football team as they enter rivalry week. Thanks so much for tuning in. I'm Brian Pellerin on this Monday October 31st. Happy Halloween.  That record breaking effort came from the football team in a blowout win over Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets were clearly no match for FSU as evidence by the 41-16 final score. The Noles were far from perfect in the game and still dominated the yardage, first downs and of course points. Jordan Travis broke his personal passing yardage mark with 394. That was a big piece of a larger FSU historical game as this game was the third time in FSU history that they had a QB throw for 375, a running back for over 100 -- Trey Benson's 111 -- and a wide receiver over 100 with Johnny Wilson going for 111 as well.  Another big note was Fabian Lovett made his first appearance since the second game of the season. A huge piece to have back heading into rivalry week against Miami.  The Canes coming off a 4-OT 14-12 win this weekend against Virginia that saw no touchdowns. They're far from playing their best football and oddsmakers will tell you that. FSU is an 8-point favorite on this one Sunday night. We'll see if that moves during the week.  A win this week would give FSU bowl eligibility but also a nice welcome to the conference to Mario Cristobal. A statement victory could also help in some recruiting battles with the Canes. Mike Norvell and the coaching staff had plenty of potential Tribe 23 guys on campus this past week. For more on that, you can check out our recruiting and portal thread with plenty of great insight all for free.  Elsewhere on campus, FSU basketball hit with some bad news this weekend as the NCAA announced star freshman Baba Miller violated guidelines when his family received travel to and from a training camp from his native Spain to the U-S. That ruling puts Miller out of action for half the season. Miller and his family say they immediately paid back the benefits once they learned it violated NCAA rules. Athletic Director Michael Alford was none too pleased with the ruling saying the decision seems disproportionate and inconsistent in today's modern environment. Miller will continue to practice with the team so he's ready to return after his 16-game suspension.  The FSU volleyball team dropped a 4-set match to Boston College on Sunday. They'll face Clemson next on Friday.  Women's basetball dominated West Georgia 115-46 in an exhibition game.  And the No. 5 soccer team closed out their regular season with a 4-1 win over Virginia Tech.  That'll do it for today's Noles News Now. Until Wednesday, I'm Brian Pellerin. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Tar Heels - Daily Podcast On North Carolina Tar Heels Football & Basketball
2022-23 ACC Men's Basketball Preview | Will UNC lead the way? | Will Bacot be Player of the Year?

Locked On Tar Heels - Daily Podcast On North Carolina Tar Heels Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:35


The North Carolina Tar Heels have already received a great deal of preseason hype ahead of the 2022-23 men's basketball season. They were overwhelmingly selected by ACC media members to win the league, while Armando Bacot was chosen as the preseason conference Player of the Year, while being named to the All-ACC first team along with Caleb Love. RJ Davis was selected to the second team. Isaiah Wong (Miami), Terquavion Smith (NC State), and Jeremy Roach (Duke) join Bacot and Love on the first team. Jayden Gardner (UVA), Dereck Lively (Duke), Justyn Mutts (VT), and PJ Hall (Clemson) join Davis on the second team. Duke's Dereck Lively was recognized as the preseason Rookie of the Year. What about the ACC as a whole? Who are the other teams and players that will stand out? Who is over- or under-rated? How many teams will the ACC place in the ACC Tournament this season? Follow the show: Locked On Tar Heels (YouTube) Locked On Tar Heels (LinkTree) Locked On Tar Heels (Twitter) Locked On Tar Heels (Instagram) Isaac Schade (Twitter) Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock If you or someone you love is experiencing embarrassing sweat or odor try Sweatblock. Save 20% with promo codeLocked On at sweatblock.com. Also available on Amazon. LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ACC Panic Room
New era of hoops begins without Coach K at Duke and Roy Williams at North Carolina

ACC Panic Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 13:17


Lauren Brownlow and Joe Ovies discuss the unofficial start to the ACC college basketball season with the Tip-Off media day. The focus on Duke and North Carolina shifted to life without Coach K and Roy Williams. Plus, commish Jim Phillips is cool with NCAA Tournament expansion, but at what cost to the ACC Tournament and regular season?

The Drive with Josh Graham
Don't Resort To Cannibalism (8-9-22)

The Drive with Josh Graham

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:24


On a Tuesday Drive, Josh reacts to Ben McAdoo's latest comments on Baker Mayfield, discusses viable locations for the future of the ACC Tournament, and why he's going to be a Yankee fan for three days. Award winning columnist for the Raleigh News & Observer, Luke DeCock, joins the show to discuss where we're at in the pending ACC HQ change, the new Big10 TV deal, and his ideal spot for the 75th anniversary of the ACC Tournament. Hayes Permar, of Sports Channel 8, joins the show to play a Wiz Khalifa themed edition of "Skips or Plays".

The Basketball Podcast
Episode 227: Jim Larrañaga, Teaching Method, Flexibility, and 5 Out Offense

The Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:21


Guest: Jim Larrañaga, University of Miami Head Coach   University of Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights on teaching methods, flexibility and 5-Out offense.   At the University of Miami, head coach Jim Larrañaga has led the Hurricanes the NCAA tournament five times, while advancing to the Sweet 16 twice, and earning an Elite 8 appearance once. He has been named the Associated Press, Naismith, USBWA and Henry Iba National Coach of the Year, twice was both the ACC and USBWA District Coach of the Year and was the 2013 NABC District Coach of the Year.   Larrañaga has posted three 25-win seasons at UM – the only Miami coach to do so – and five in his career. He also has recorded six 20-win campaigns at Miami and 12 in his career. In conference action, the Canes have won nine or more league games in six of nine seasons, while prior to Larrañaga's arrival, Miami had never won more than eight ACC games in a season. Larrañaga has helped the Canes to 18 postseason victories, including four in the NCAA Tournament (three appearances), nine in the ACC Tournament (eight) and five in the NIT (two).     Breakdown 1:00 - Very Flexible Coach 4:00 - Bowling Green Years 6:00 - Value of Teaching 8:00 - 5-Out Offense 13:00 - Repetitions Using Constraints 19:21 - 19:59 - JUST PLAY ADS 20:00 - Constraints to Analytics 27:00 - Rebounding 31:00 - Freedom 36:30 - SDSA BS 41:00 - Ball Screen Success 42:01 - 42:44 - DR. DISH ADS 47:00 - Proactive Connection 52:00 - Effective Ball Screen 55:30 - Penetrating and Pitching 57:00 - Creating Gaps 1:00:30 - Game Preparation and Flexibility   Jim Larranaga's Bio: Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Larra%C3%B1aga (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Larra%C3%B1aga)   Basketball Immersion Website:http://basketballimmersion.com/ ( http://basketballimmersion.com/) Twitter:https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en ( https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en) YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion ( https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion) Facebook:https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion ( https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion) Immersion Videos: Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/ (https://www.immersionvideos.com)

ACC Panic Room
Duke and North Carolina denied the third meeting they both wanted

ACC Panic Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 11:58


Lauren Brownlow and Joe Ovies discuss Duke's win over Miami to make the ACC Tournament final, where they will meet with Virginia Tech. The Hokies took advantage of a winded North Carolina team and likely solidified their NCAA Tournament chances. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ACC Panic Room
Duke literally guts it out over Syracuse, while North Carolina made quick work of Virginia in the ACC Tournament

ACC Panic Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 11:02


Lauren Brownlow and Joe Ovies discuss Duke literally gutting it out in a win over Syracuse, while North Carolina made easy work in a win over Virginia Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ACC Panic Room
NC State's miserable 2022 season comes to a merciful end in Brooklyn

ACC Panic Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 12:19


Lauren Brownlow and Joe Ovies discuss NC State's loss to Clemson at the ACC Tournament, which ends a miserable season for the Wolfpack. Where does Kevin Keatts and the team go from here? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tuffy Talk
WHAT WAS THE NCAA THINKING?? (#PACK9 EDITION)

Tuffy Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 22:19


For this episode, we begin our conversation with #PACK9 Super Fan, Justin Cooke, to review the ACC Tournament, the NCAA snub and Justin's thoughts on the 2021-2022 season!Please also go check out our sponsor Flatlands Jessup Group,Website: www.flatlandsjessup.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/flatlandsjessupInstagram: @flatlandsjessupYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCikdfp-tQ47e3OQXRZ1_3WAPlease give this podcast a 5 Star Rating if you enjoyed the episode and want more of our weekly episodes!Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @TuffyTalkNow Enjoy!Support the show

Sons of Saturday: The Podcast for Hokies, by Hokies.
Sons of Civil Discourse! | Tim Thomas X BRM

Sons of Saturday: The Podcast for Hokies, by Hokies.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 51:35


In our first installment of the "Sons of Civil Discourse!" Series, Billy Ray brings on Tech Lunch Pail founder, Tim Thomas to discuss his tweet following Tech's loss in the Super Regional to Oklahoma.  @TimThomasTLP: "A tremendous year for Virginia Tech Athletics with plenty of great regular season success across the board along with some strong ACC Tournament performances. But NCAA collapses abounded, and that makes you wonder if it's just random or if there's a VT Athletic culture issue?"

125 Unfiltered
Episode 76 With Eric Weir: Diamond Heels NCAA Tournament Preview

125 Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 27:01


On this special guest episode, I am joined by Eric Weir to talk some UNC baseball! We first recap their season thus far, going over their midseason slump and then their incredible end of season run where they won the ACC Tournament.  We then preview UNC's road in their regional, talking about some key players and successes that can help the Tar Heels advance to the Super Regionals.

Bosh to the Bigs
Chapel Hill Regional Preview. Plus, Brandon Schaeffer on His Wild UNC Recruitment, Adjusting to ACC and His Historic ACCT Start

Bosh to the Bigs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 54:48


On the latest episode of the Bosh to the Bigs podcast, North Carolina pitcher Brandon Schaeffer joins Boshamer Bulletin's Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub to discuss the crazy story of how he almost didn't end up a Tar Heel, his early-season struggles, his historic ACC Tournament start and so much more. Pat and Kyle also break down the Chapel Hill Regional, UNC's pitching plans, what's made Max Carlson so effective recently and the importance of last season's regional appearance for this year's Tar Heel team.

3rd & Central
S2, E4: Postseason Baseball Returns to Louisville

3rd & Central

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 27:46


** 3rd & Central Podcast is sponsored by "What's Next With Eric Wood" **Matt Sefcovic and Aaron Turner react to a disappointing ACC Tournament for Louisville baseball, break down the Cards draw and react to postseason baseball returning to the Ville, plus a deeper look inside the rankings, numbers, seedings, pairings, bubble and much more.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU QB commit earns Elite 11 invite, Seminoles baseball preps for NCAA Tournament -- latest in Florida State sports

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:31


Happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, your latest in Florida State athletics, presented by Tomahawk Nation. Baseball dominating the headlines over the last couple of days, with the Seminoles bowing out of ACC Tournament competition after losing to Notre Dame in pool play. FSU has lost five of its last six, leading to it slipping out of contention to secure a regional hosting selection -- they haven't hosted since the 2017-2018 season.  They'll be headed to the Auburn regional as the No. 3 seed there -- the Seminoles are grouped up with the Tigers, UCLA, and Southeastern Louisiana. Auburn, hosting for the first time since 2010, bowed out of the SEC Tournament with an opening loss to Kentucky, while UCLA finished runner up in the Pac-12 tourney -- they made the title game after scoring 9 runs in the 9th to force extra innings vs. Oregon State, winning via walk-off bomb. Southeastern Louisiana secured its NCAA Tournament berth by winning the Southland Conference tournament. The regional kicks off this Friday, with FSU taking on UCLA in the opener. In recruiting news, 2023 four-star quarterback commit Chris Parson earned an Elite 11 Finals invite -- a prestigious honor for high school gunslingers. Parson showed out in the Nashville Regional earlier this month, finishing tied for first with an impressive performance. 2024 five-star running back Stacey Gage, one of the top prospects in his class, took a fourth visit to Florida State on Tuesday. Speaking to Zach Blostein of Noles247, the IMG Academy athlete offered plenty of praise, saying “it just feels like home. I haven't visited any other school as much as this school so everytime I come back it just feels like home. Everybody knows me. I can walk around, do my little thing. I feel good when I come here." And on Monday,  redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson and senior Dan Bradbury closed out the 2022 season for FSU men's golf in the NCAA Tournament finals, with Anderson finishing tied for 40th after as final-round 74.  That's all the latest excitement in Florida State sports -- coming up this weekend is FSU football's mega camp, which we'll have full coverage of, as well as live updates during baseball's game vs. UCLA on Friday. We've also got a bunch of offseason content cooking up, and you should start seeing that on the site starting next week. Thank you for listening and supporting, if you like what we're doing or even hate it, please leave us a comment and let us know what else you'd like to hear on the podcast network, as well as on TomahwkNation.com. Thanks again, and we'll see you Friday.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU QB commit earns Elite 11 invite, Seminoles baseball preps for NCAA Tournament -- latest in Florida State sports

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:31


Happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, your latest in Florida State athletics, presented by Tomahawk Nation. Baseball dominating the headlines over the last couple of days, with the Seminoles bowing out of ACC Tournament competition after losing to Notre Dame in pool play. FSU has lost five of its last six, leading to it slipping out of contention to secure a regional hosting selection -- they haven't hosted since the 2017-2018 season.  They'll be headed to the Auburn regional as the No. 3 seed there -- the Seminoles are grouped up with the Tigers, UCLA, and Southeastern Louisiana. Auburn, hosting for the first time since 2010, bowed out of the SEC Tournament with an opening loss to Kentucky, while UCLA finished runner up in the Pac-12 tourney -- they made the title game after scoring 9 runs in the 9th to force extra innings vs. Oregon State, winning via walk-off bomb. Southeastern Louisiana secured its NCAA Tournament berth by winning the Southland Conference tournament. The regional kicks off this Friday, with FSU taking on UCLA in the opener. In recruiting news, 2023 four-star quarterback commit Chris Parson earned an Elite 11 Finals invite -- a prestigious honor for high school gunslingers. Parson showed out in the Nashville Regional earlier this month, finishing tied for first with an impressive performance. 2024 five-star running back Stacey Gage, one of the top prospects in his class, took a fourth visit to Florida State on Tuesday. Speaking to Zach Blostein of Noles247, the IMG Academy athlete offered plenty of praise, saying “it just feels like home. I haven't visited any other school as much as this school so everytime I come back it just feels like home. Everybody knows me. I can walk around, do my little thing. I feel good when I come here." And on Monday,  redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson and senior Dan Bradbury closed out the 2022 season for FSU men's golf in the NCAA Tournament finals, with Anderson finishing tied for 40th after as final-round 74.  That's all the latest excitement in Florida State sports -- coming up this weekend is FSU football's mega camp, which we'll have full coverage of, as well as live updates during baseball's game vs. UCLA on Friday. We've also got a bunch of offseason content cooking up, and you should start seeing that on the site starting next week. Thank you for listening and supporting, if you like what we're doing or even hate it, please leave us a comment and let us know what else you'd like to hear on the podcast network, as well as on TomahwkNation.com. Thanks again, and we'll see you Friday.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

125 Unfiltered
Episode 74: UNC Women's Lacrosse National Championship & Baseball ACC Championship

125 Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 17:39


The University of National Championships are back at it again! This episode, I recap and analyze UNC Women's Lacrosse's 12-11 National Championship win over Boston College. I also talk about the Diamond Heels' monster run through the ACC Tournament as they took home the ACC Championship after beating NC State in the finals 9-5.

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast
Sawyer & Ciencin: ACC Tourney Talk, Semis Preview on Spaces

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 23:43


After posting two wins behind a hot offense in Charlotte earlier in the week, NC State is set to play in the ACC Tournament Semifinals for the third straight postseason. Alec and Andrew shot a live Twitter Spaces session on Friday to discuss the week and the upcoming game. What led to the bounce back performances in thus far in Charlotte? How impressive has Tommy White been in his first ACC Tournament? What should Pack9 fans expect from Pitt on Saturday? We break it all down on this podcast!

Sunday Golds: A Florida State Baseball Podcast
Instant React: FSU goes 1-1 at the ACC Tournament

Sunday Golds: A Florida State Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 24:33


Brett and Ariya give their initial thoughts on FSU's performance in Charlotte. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sunday-golds/support

Clemson Sports Talk
The "Hey, Shlomo" Edition

Clemson Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 84:56


Clemson softball prepares for the biggest series in program history, plus Clemson baseball needs a big win at the ACC Tournament against No. 2 Virginia Tech.

The Panther-Lair Podcast
Ep. 667 - Pitt baseball, new tight ends & 5 recruits to watch

The Panther-Lair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 59:57


On this week's episode of the Panther-Lair Show, we're talking about two new tight ends for Pitt, the loss of Rodney Gallagher, Pitt baseball's success in the ACC Tournament and what to expect from June recruiting, plus your comments and questions.

Clemson Sports Talk
The "Loser Leaves Town" Edition

Clemson Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 84:55


Clemson baseball has its back against the wall after a 9-2 loss against North Carolina at the ACC Tournament.

Orange Bowl Boys
Episode #23: Douchenozzle

Orange Bowl Boys

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 65:58


Orange Bowl BoysChapter #23: DouchenozzleShow NotesWe got some breaking news during this one as the hiring of Alonzo Highsmith was announced mi-episode. So, we spent time on that. Also talked about the baseball team in the ACC Tournament. Discussed the SEC's idea to have their own inter-conference football playoff. We topped it off with a serving of 5 Questions, and that's another off-season episode in the books.Sponsors: Ed Morse Automotive Group, LifeWallet, BeatinTheBookie.com, DraftKings, Caneswear, The Tank Brewing & ManscapedPROMO CODE – OBB - Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code OBB at Manscaped.com. That's 20% off with free shipping at manscaped.com and use code OBB. Unlock your confidence and always use the right tools for the job with MANSCAPED™.If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA).21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.Orange Bowl Boys are owned and produced by OBB Media Inc. You can visit us online at www.obbmediainc.com. Copyright 2022.

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting
The Notre Dame offensive linemen flying under the radar entering 2022 season

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 20:58


On Wednesday, May 25, BlueandGold.com's Tyler Horka joined WSBT SportsBeat's Darin Pritchett to dissect the Notre Dame offensive line, assess the Notre Dame baseball team's chances in the ACC Tournament and go over what the loss of Coquese Washington means for the women's basketball program. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Front Row Noles
Front Row Noles- Bob Ferrante and Trey Jones

Front Row Noles

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 41:48


Bob Ferrante joins Tom and Keith to discuss Softball's heartbreaking end to an outstanding season, baseball's ACC Tournament/regionals hopes, newest OL transfer Dmitri Emmanuel, and more.We also interview FSU Head Men's Golf Coach Trey Jones about both the men's and women's teams.(And of course Jimbo/Saban back and forth discussion) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU offers 2 quarterbacks, Seminoles start ACC Tournament play

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 6:46


Happy hump day ladies and gentlemen — this is Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation, covering the latest in FSU athletics.  Let's dive in with some recruiting news off the top — yesterday, the Seminoles extended offers to a pair of 2023 quarterbacks — four-star Ricky Collins out of Louisiana (currently committed to the Purdue Boilermakers) and three-star Brock Glenn out of Memphis. Each hold more than a few Power 5 offers, showing that the Seminoles aren't just content taking a single QB in this year's class. Currently, four-star Chris Parson is the only quarterback committed — he's been locked in with the Seminoles for nearly a year now, becoming a bellcow of the class while continuing to expand his game. He had a good showing at the Elite 11 Regional in mid-May, showcasing why he's considered the No. 16 quarterback in the country by 247. So why the offers? While the staff is high on Parson, putting all their eggs in one basket isn't their goal — FSU took one quarterback in 2022, AJ Duffy, while failing to land a high school prospect in 2021 after the flip of Luke Altmyer to Ole Miss. With just three scholarship QBs currently on roster, it's imperative for the staff to start building depth and competition at the position. In baseball news, Parker Messick,has been named a semifinalist for two National Player of the Year awards — the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award after being named a first-team All-ACC pitcher, leading the league in strikeouts, strikeouts per nine innings, strikeout-to-walk ratio, and WHIP. Meanwhile, the No. 9 seed Seminoles kick off ACC Tournament play today vs. Virginia, with a second matchup vs. Notre Dame set for Thursday. Bryce Hubbart will be today's starting pitcher, with Messick handling primary duties on Thursday. The Cavalier offense is led by third baseman Jake Gelof and left fielder Alex Tappen. The first team All-ACC duo are second in the nation in combined RBIS at 144. Brian Gursky is the ace on the mound with a 7-1 record overall with 78 strikeouts on the season. In the ACC tournament, FSU holds a 9-8 record over UVA. Overall, the Seminoles are 59-31 all-time against the Cavs. Friday's game will be a chance for the Seminoles to get revenge for a weekend sweep at the hands of Notre Dame in Tallahassee earlier this season. The Irish are also coming off a regular season-ending series loss (Miami). Notre Dame's top three starters all boast an ERA under 3.00, led by John Bertrand. FSU will most likely face either Bertrand or Austin Temple in their Thursday matchup. On the offensive side, the Irish have a balanced attack led by Brooks Coetzee and Jack Zyska. If Florida State wins their pool, they will face the winner of Pool A on Saturday. The championship game will be played on Sunday afternoon. Florida State women's golf's longest ever run in the NCAA Championship tournament came to an end Tuesday — the Seminoles fell to Texas A&M in the quarterfinals of match play at the championship finals. The Seminoles advanced to match play for the first time in school history and finished in a tie for fifth place in the final national standings – the highest NCAA Championship finish in school history. Florida State women's tennis athletes Petra Hule and Anna Arkadianou bowed out of the NCAA Doubles Championship on Tuesday night, falling to Janice Tjen and Savannah Broadus of Pepperdine. Hule finishes her FSU career with 202 career wins in singles and doubles play combined, including a record-tying 106 wins in doubles play. Arkadianou, just a sophomore, has a chance to anchor next year's team as she gained valuable experience on FSU's No. 1 doubles tandem while being a No. 2/3 player in singles play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

HokiePod
Hokie Sports Insider | May 25, 2022

HokiePod

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 74:18


Join Evan Hughes for a special installment of the Hokie Sports Insider podcast. Pete D'Amour joins the show to analyze the Blacksburg Regional and how the Hokies were able to beat Kentucky twice on Sunday. Virginia Tech Baseball pitcher Graham Firoved also joins the podcast to break down the memorable season and what is ahead at the ACC Tournament.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

ESPN Tallahassee Jeff Cameron Show
5/25/22 H1: Emmanuel Transfer, ACC Tournament, Gambling

ESPN Tallahassee Jeff Cameron Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 47:00


5/25/22 H1: Emmanuel Transfer, ACC Tournament, Gambling Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU offers 2 quarterbacks, Seminoles start ACC Tournament play

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 6:46


Happy hump day ladies and gentlemen — this is Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation, covering the latest in FSU athletics.  Let's dive in with some recruiting news off the top — yesterday, the Seminoles extended offers to a pair of 2023 quarterbacks — four-star Ricky Collins out of Louisiana (currently committed to the Purdue Boilermakers) and three-star Brock Glenn out of Memphis. Each hold more than a few Power 5 offers, showing that the Seminoles aren't just content taking a single QB in this year's class. Currently, four-star Chris Parson is the only quarterback committed — he's been locked in with the Seminoles for nearly a year now, becoming a bellcow of the class while continuing to expand his game. He had a good showing at the Elite 11 Regional in mid-May, showcasing why he's considered the No. 16 quarterback in the country by 247. So why the offers? While the staff is high on Parson, putting all their eggs in one basket isn't their goal — FSU took one quarterback in 2022, AJ Duffy, while failing to land a high school prospect in 2021 after the flip of Luke Altmyer to Ole Miss. With just three scholarship QBs currently on roster, it's imperative for the staff to start building depth and competition at the position. In baseball news, Parker Messick,has been named a semifinalist for two National Player of the Year awards — the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award after being named a first-team All-ACC pitcher, leading the league in strikeouts, strikeouts per nine innings, strikeout-to-walk ratio, and WHIP. Meanwhile, the No. 9 seed Seminoles kick off ACC Tournament play today vs. Virginia, with a second matchup vs. Notre Dame set for Thursday. Bryce Hubbart will be today's starting pitcher, with Messick handling primary duties on Thursday. The Cavalier offense is led by third baseman Jake Gelof and left fielder Alex Tappen. The first team All-ACC duo are second in the nation in combined RBIS at 144. Brian Gursky is the ace on the mound with a 7-1 record overall with 78 strikeouts on the season. In the ACC tournament, FSU holds a 9-8 record over UVA. Overall, the Seminoles are 59-31 all-time against the Cavs. Friday's game will be a chance for the Seminoles to get revenge for a weekend sweep at the hands of Notre Dame in Tallahassee earlier this season. The Irish are also coming off a regular season-ending series loss (Miami). Notre Dame's top three starters all boast an ERA under 3.00, led by John Bertrand. FSU will most likely face either Bertrand or Austin Temple in their Thursday matchup. On the offensive side, the Irish have a balanced attack led by Brooks Coetzee and Jack Zyska. If Florida State wins their pool, they will face the winner of Pool A on Saturday. The championship game will be played on Sunday afternoon. Florida State women's golf's longest ever run in the NCAA Championship tournament came to an end Tuesday — the Seminoles fell to Texas A&M in the quarterfinals of match play at the championship finals. The Seminoles advanced to match play for the first time in school history and finished in a tie for fifth place in the final national standings – the highest NCAA Championship finish in school history. Florida State women's tennis athletes Petra Hule and Anna Arkadianou bowed out of the NCAA Doubles Championship on Tuesday night, falling to Janice Tjen and Savannah Broadus of Pepperdine. Hule finishes her FSU career with 202 career wins in singles and doubles play combined, including a record-tying 106 wins in doubles play. Arkadianou, just a sophomore, has a chance to anchor next year's team as she gained valuable experience on FSU's No. 1 doubles tandem while being a No. 2/3 player in singles play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Clemson Sports Talk
The "Stillwater Bound" Edition

Clemson Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 84:52


Clemson softball is headed to the Super Regionals after winning all three games this weekend. Plus, the Tiger baseball team sweeps Boston College and is headed to the ACC Tournament.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: FSU Seminoles sports latest

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 4:59


Hello everyone, happy Monday, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation— I'm Perry Kostidakis, and here's the latest in Florida State athletics. A hard weekend out on the diamond all-around for Florida State — on the softball side, the No. 2 national seed Seminoles went undefeated in opening play of the Tallahassee Regional before faltering in the final to underdog Mississippi State. Florida State didn't look at all like the world-beaters they had this season - in game one, they were shutout for just the second time this year, falling 5-0 and registering just two hits. That bad juju was seemingly erased in the beginning of a winner-take-all game two, with Sydney Sherill smacked a two-run homer that put the Seminoles up 2-zip, while a Kaley Mudge RBI in the bottom of the second put them up 3-1. That was the last time FSU would score — the Bulldogs used a strong fifth inning to take back the lead, never relinquishing it en route to a Tallahassee Regional title. It's the first time since 2012 that the Seminoles won't be heading to the Super Regional state — it's a hard ending to a great season, in addition to an ACC title secured last week, FSU's 49-5 record in the regular season was the highest winning percentage in a regular season in school history. Seminoles season ends in back-to-back losses to Mississippi State FSU Softball: Danielle Watson drafted to Women's Professional Fastpitch It wasn't much better for FSU baseball in its regular season finale — the Seminoles started off its series against UNC with a walk-off loss and ended it by being blown out 11-0. FSU was picked to finish first in the ACC, and now head into the ACC Tournament as the No. 9 seed. It's a disappointing result for a team that seemingly had gathered the talent to support a pitching room that was supposed to be amongst the nation's elite. While it's not curtains on the season for the Seminoles, there's a major need for a strong showing in the conference tournament for both seeding and momentum purposes. Three up, three down: UNC sweeps FSU As for other FSU sports — Women's golf advanced to the final round of stroke play at the NCAA Division I championship and are in 6th place as a team after the third. The Seminoles must finish in the top eight of the team standings following Monday's round of 18 holes to advance to the three rounds of match play which will determine the national championship team beginning Tuesday. Teams five through 12 (including Florida State in sixth place) are separated by a total of nine strokes. Florida State women's tennis athlete Petra Hule, who is the No. 3 seeded singles player in the NCAA Tournament, begins her quest for an individual national championship today at 7 p.m. vs. Kylie Collins of the University of Texas — on the doubles side, Hule and Anna Arkadianou kick off their title run on Tuesday. On the men's side, Louis Pourry kicks off his own championship journey by taking on Hamish Stewart from the University of Georgia — that match set to kick off at 11:30 from Illinois. That's it from this weekend --- thanks for listening and supporting the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. Please drop us a rating, let us know how we're doing, and subscribe if you haven't. Thanks again, and we'll see you on Wednesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: FSU Seminoles sports latest

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 4:59


Hello everyone, happy Monday, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation— I'm Perry Kostidakis, and here's the latest in Florida State athletics. A hard weekend out on the diamond all-around for Florida State — on the softball side, the No. 2 national seed Seminoles went undefeated in opening play of the Tallahassee Regional before faltering in the final to underdog Mississippi State. Florida State didn't look at all like the world-beaters they had this season - in game one, they were shutout for just the second time this year, falling 5-0 and registering just two hits. That bad juju was seemingly erased in the beginning of a winner-take-all game two, with Sydney Sherill smacked a two-run homer that put the Seminoles up 2-zip, while a Kaley Mudge RBI in the bottom of the second put them up 3-1. That was the last time FSU would score — the Bulldogs used a strong fifth inning to take back the lead, never relinquishing it en route to a Tallahassee Regional title. It's the first time since 2012 that the Seminoles won't be heading to the Super Regional state — it's a hard ending to a great season, in addition to an ACC title secured last week, FSU's 49-5 record in the regular season was the highest winning percentage in a regular season in school history. Seminoles season ends in back-to-back losses to Mississippi State FSU Softball: Danielle Watson drafted to Women's Professional Fastpitch It wasn't much better for FSU baseball in its regular season finale — the Seminoles started off its series against UNC with a walk-off loss and ended it by being blown out 11-0. FSU was picked to finish first in the ACC, and now head into the ACC Tournament as the No. 9 seed. It's a disappointing result for a team that seemingly had gathered the talent to support a pitching room that was supposed to be amongst the nation's elite. While it's not curtains on the season for the Seminoles, there's a major need for a strong showing in the conference tournament for both seeding and momentum purposes. Three up, three down: UNC sweeps FSU As for other FSU sports — Women's golf advanced to the final round of stroke play at the NCAA Division I championship and are in 6th place as a team after the third. The Seminoles must finish in the top eight of the team standings following Monday's round of 18 holes to advance to the three rounds of match play which will determine the national championship team beginning Tuesday. Teams five through 12 (including Florida State in sixth place) are separated by a total of nine strokes. Florida State women's tennis athlete Petra Hule, who is the No. 3 seeded singles player in the NCAA Tournament, begins her quest for an individual national championship today at 7 p.m. vs. Kylie Collins of the University of Texas — on the doubles side, Hule and Anna Arkadianou kick off their title run on Tuesday. On the men's side, Louis Pourry kicks off his own championship journey by taking on Hamish Stewart from the University of Georgia — that match set to kick off at 11:30 from Illinois. That's it from this weekend --- thanks for listening and supporting the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. Please drop us a rating, let us know how we're doing, and subscribe if you haven't. Thanks again, and we'll see you on Wednesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Seminoles softball falls in regionals -- what's next for FSU?

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:37


An all-time great season in Tallahassee is over. After an incredible run through their season punctuated by an ACC Tournament championship title, the Florida State softball team saw their season swiftly end with back-to-back losses to Mississippi State in the Tallahassee Regional championship. The Seminoles romped through their first two games posting consecutive 8-0 run-rule victories and found themselves in the driver's seat heading into Sunday. So what happened? Gwyn Rhodes joins host Brian Pellerin on this week's Seminole Wrap podcast to break down what went wrong, the emotional press conference that followed, and what's ahead for the program for years to come and the rest of the NCAA Tournament this year. Head coach Lonni Alameda, players talk Seminoles season-ending loss Seminoles season ends in back-to-back losses to Mississippi State Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Seminoles softball falls in regionals -- what's next for FSU?

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:37


An all-time great season in Tallahassee is over. After an incredible run through their season punctuated by an ACC Tournament championship title, the Florida State softball team saw their season swiftly end with back-to-back losses to Mississippi State in the Tallahassee Regional championship. The Seminoles romped through their first two games posting consecutive 8-0 run-rule victories and found themselves in the driver's seat heading into Sunday. So what happened? Gwyn Rhodes joins host Brian Pellerin on this week's Seminole Wrap podcast to break down what went wrong, the emotional press conference that followed, and what's ahead for the program for years to come and the rest of the NCAA Tournament this year. Head coach Lonni Alameda, players talk Seminoles season-ending loss Seminoles season ends in back-to-back losses to Mississippi State Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Foul Ball Area
Big Things in Blacksburg

Foul Ball Area

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 23:39


This past weekend was a big one in Blacksburg as both the Hokies softball and baseball teams continue their historic seasons. Virginia Tech softball is advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals after winning their regional, defeating Kentucky twice on Sunday to come out victorious.  Meanwhile the baseball team is fresh off a sweep of Duke and has clinched their first ever ACC Coastal division title, and the top seed in the ACC Tournament.    Plus, a few things happened in Major League Baseball this week as well. We break it all down on today's episode of Foul Ball Area.

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast
Sawyer & Ciencin: Series Win at Duke, ACC Tourney Scenarios & Wake Preview

Pack Pride - The NC State Wolfpack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 29:35


After a tough week in Raleigh, the Wolfpack went on the road and took a series over Duke before returning home to put up a 20-burger against UNCG. Alec and Andrew take a look back on the four games and what the Pack9 must do this weekend against Wake Forest. The guys also break down the possible scenarios for the ACC Tournament heading into the final weekend, including what must happen for the Pack to earn a Top 4 seed. Also, a look at how the play of multiple freshmen has picked up and could be crucial for State heading into the postseason.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU Seminoles softball wins ACC title: NCAA Regionals Preview

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 31:43


The Florida State Seminoles softball team is firmly entrenched in the national title hunt after claiming the ACC Tournament crown with a come-from-behind victory over the Clemson Tigers and earning the No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. Next up, they'll host the Tallahassee Regional starting Friday with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the USF Bulls and the Howard Bison heading to town to fight for the Super Regional berth. Each team will present a unique challenge to the Noles team as they take the first step on the return to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series. Host Brian Pellerin and softball beat writer Gwyn Rhodes break down each team's strengths and weaknesses and how they stack up against Florida State in this week's episode of Seminole Wrap as well as take a look back at the ACC Tournament run. You can subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your shows. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU Seminoles softball wins ACC title: NCAA Regionals Preview

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 31:43


The Florida State Seminoles softball team is firmly entrenched in the national title hunt after claiming the ACC Tournament crown with a come-from-behind victory over the Clemson Tigers and earning the No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. Next up, they'll host the Tallahassee Regional starting Friday with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the USF Bulls and the Howard Bison heading to town to fight for the Super Regional berth. Each team will present a unique challenge to the Noles team as they take the first step on the return to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series. Host Brian Pellerin and softball beat writer Gwyn Rhodes break down each team's strengths and weaknesses and how they stack up against Florida State in this week's episode of Seminole Wrap as well as take a look back at the ACC Tournament run. You can subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your shows. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: ACC eliminating football divisions? FSU softball wins, baseball vs. Miami, Seminoles sports updates

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:56


Hello everyone, happy Fridau, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation-- I'm Perry Kostidakis, and heading into the weekend, here's the latest in Florida State athletics. Florida State softball kicked off ACC Tournament play on Thursday -- the No. 3 Noles took on Virginia in the first round, securing a 5-3 win over the sixth-seeded Cavaliers. FSU, the 3 seed in the tourney, takes on Duke today at 3:30 pm -- you can watch on the ACC Network, as well as follow on Tomahawk Nation in our game thread or on Gwyn Rhodes' Twitter, where she'll be on-scene. In football news -- the ACC is planning to vote on a 3-5-5 scheduling model -- that means three permanent opponents and a rotating slate of home-and-home games with five other opponents/ Commissioner Jim Phillips said Wednesday that the league could make the switch as early as 2023. Our Ben Meyerson took a deep dive into the advanced analytics of Florida State's running game and came up with some areas of improvement -- the main takeaway? Between Jordan Travis and a stable of running back talent, Mike Norvell and Alex Atkins should be able to vary up their schemes when it comes to opponents.. Florida State baseball returns to the diamond today -- the No. 21 Seminoles take on No. 6 Miami in a duel to determine the top dog in the state. Last year FSU took all four games from Miami, sweeping the ‘Canes in Coral Gables with none of the games being close, so there's a bit of a motivating factor there. FSU will have to deal with a daunting lineup of pitchers -- Miami's Friday starter Carson Palmquist is one of the best in the ACC. The first pitch is at 7 tonight, and you can watch all games on ACC Network and follow along on Tomahawk Nation.  The Florida State track and field team got off to a terrific start Thursday at the ACC Outdoor Championships. Isaac Grimes (long jump), Lauren Ryan (10,000m run), and Ahmed Muhumed (10,000m run) each took home ACC titles on the first day of the competition. And finally, Florida State Men's Golf sophomore Frederik Kjettrup has been selected to the 15-member 2022 All-ACC Men's Golf Team finishing the season 70.66 scoring average. The men kick off NCAA play this Monday in the Palm Beach NCAA Regional. You can read up on these stories and more on Tomahawk Nation.com, where we'll also be providing live updates on today's softball and baseball action. Thank you again for listening, please don't forget to subscribe and rate five stars if you haven't -- if you have, you are my best friend. Happy Friday, and we'll see you next week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: ACC eliminating football divisions? FSU softball wins, baseball vs. Miami, Seminoles sports updates

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:56


Hello everyone, happy Fridau, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation-- I'm Perry Kostidakis, and heading into the weekend, here's the latest in Florida State athletics. Florida State softball kicked off ACC Tournament play on Thursday -- the No. 3 Noles took on Virginia in the first round, securing a 5-3 win over the sixth-seeded Cavaliers. FSU, the 3 seed in the tourney, takes on Duke today at 3:30 pm -- you can watch on the ACC Network, as well as follow on Tomahawk Nation in our game thread or on Gwyn Rhodes' Twitter, where she'll be on-scene. In football news -- the ACC is planning to vote on a 3-5-5 scheduling model -- that means three permanent opponents and a rotating slate of home-and-home games with five other opponents/ Commissioner Jim Phillips said Wednesday that the league could make the switch as early as 2023. Our Ben Meyerson took a deep dive into the advanced analytics of Florida State's running game and came up with some areas of improvement -- the main takeaway? Between Jordan Travis and a stable of running back talent, Mike Norvell and Alex Atkins should be able to vary up their schemes when it comes to opponents.. Florida State baseball returns to the diamond today -- the No. 21 Seminoles take on No. 6 Miami in a duel to determine the top dog in the state. Last year FSU took all four games from Miami, sweeping the ‘Canes in Coral Gables with none of the games being close, so there's a bit of a motivating factor there. FSU will have to deal with a daunting lineup of pitchers -- Miami's Friday starter Carson Palmquist is one of the best in the ACC. The first pitch is at 7 tonight, and you can watch all games on ACC Network and follow along on Tomahawk Nation.  The Florida State track and field team got off to a terrific start Thursday at the ACC Outdoor Championships. Isaac Grimes (long jump), Lauren Ryan (10,000m run), and Ahmed Muhumed (10,000m run) each took home ACC titles on the first day of the competition. And finally, Florida State Men's Golf sophomore Frederik Kjettrup has been selected to the 15-member 2022 All-ACC Men's Golf Team finishing the season 70.66 scoring average. The men kick off NCAA play this Monday in the Palm Beach NCAA Regional. You can read up on these stories and more on Tomahawk Nation.com, where we'll also be providing live updates on today's softball and baseball action. Thank you again for listening, please don't forget to subscribe and rate five stars if you haven't -- if you have, you are my best friend. Happy Friday, and we'll see you next week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Reformed Sports Project Podcast
Ep 32: Scott Forbes

The Reformed Sports Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:03


University of North Carolina Head Baseball Coach Scott Forbes has helped lead the storied Tar Heels baseball program to seven College World Series appearances, seven ACC division titles, and three ACC Tournament titles during his two decades with the program. Coach Forbes joins Nick to discuss his background and philosophy as a coach, the importance of keeping doors open while exploring opportunities in college, and why he prioritizes building relationships with his players.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: Seminioles sports latest -- FSU football, softball, baseball, tennis, beach volleyball

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:45


Welcome to your Monday edition of Noles News Now, your home for the latest updates in Florida State athletics three times a week from Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Brian Pellerin getting you caught up on the weekend that was for FSU. It's already the second week of May and that means the semester is coming to a close in Tallahassee and the end of the spring sports schedule is quickly closing in, but we start on with the Noles football team… more specifically a former Nole as Jermaine Johnson officially put pen to paper this weekend on his rookie deal with the Jets. The Jets newest first-round defensive end also made his first appearance in front of the New York media this weekend as well. He talked about his excitement to see his dreams come true and how ready he is to learn from the veterans on the team all while wearing his F-S-U hoodie. Johnson was also rocking No. 52 in his minicamp workouts… but that's subject to change for the actual roster so don't buy the jersey just yet. The guy trying to replace Johnson is Albany transfer Jared Verse. He popped during the spring, but it ain't easy replacing a first-round pick like Johnson. So can he live up to the hype that has surrounded him this spring? Tomahawk Nation's coach Adam Brown and Kevin Little broke down his game this weekend in the latest installment of their post-spring report cards. You can find that link on Tomahawk Nation dot com. Volume one of that series focused on wide receiver Mycah Pittman if you'd like to check that out as well. Monday could be a huge moment in the NIL saga that has taken over the college sports landscape as the NCAA's Division One Board of Directors is expected to weigh in on a set of new guidelines from an NIL subcommittee, according to Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic. Those guidelines would give real framework to what has been the wild west of NIL payments for players. These would better define the rules and who is beholden to follow them. I'd recommend a follow for Nicole as she follows the Board's actions and what it could mean for college sports. The F-S-U softball team finished their regular season on a strong note and one Nole made history in the process. The squad swept Sunday's doubleheader in Raleigh and completed the weekend sweep of NC State thanks to Sydney Sherill's three-home run game. That's a first in Noles history. The team as a whole had 7 big flies in the contest. The first time that's happened in program history as well. They completed the regular season with a 49-5 record and won each of their final 11 games. Next up is the ACC Tournament in Pittsburgh where the Noles will be the No. 3 seed and take on 6th seeded Virginia on Thursday night. First pitch is set for 7:30. And if you want more on the Seminoles softball team as they enter the postseason, check out this week's Seminole Wrap podcast releasing tonight from myself and Gwyn Rhodes as we get you caught up on the season that was for the team and what's ahead as they start postseason play. Again, that should be out late Monday night. The FSU baseball team opened their weekend trip to BC with an opening game loss but claimed the next two, 10-4 and 8-1, to take the series. Sunday's win came courtesy of a dominant performance from Bryce Hubbart who punched out 11 over 7 innings while limited Boston College to just one hit. Noles back on the diamond on Tuesday. A tough end to the weekend for the FSU beach volleyball team as they fell in the national championship to USC, but still a great season to make it all the way to the title. Congratulations to them. The men's tennis team knocked off Georgia this weekend, they'll be moving on to the round of 16 for the first time in school history. Congratulations to them as well. Thank you for listening to Noles News Now. We'll be back again on Wednesday. Until then, I'm Brian Pellerin. Have a great week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: Seminioles sports latest -- FSU football, softball, baseball, tennis, beach volleyball

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:45


Welcome to your Monday edition of Noles News Now, your home for the latest updates in Florida State athletics three times a week from Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Brian Pellerin getting you caught up on the weekend that was for FSU. It's already the second week of May and that means the semester is coming to a close in Tallahassee and the end of the spring sports schedule is quickly closing in, but we start on with the Noles football team… more specifically a former Nole as Jermaine Johnson officially put pen to paper this weekend on his rookie deal with the Jets. The Jets newest first-round defensive end also made his first appearance in front of the New York media this weekend as well. He talked about his excitement to see his dreams come true and how ready he is to learn from the veterans on the team all while wearing his F-S-U hoodie. Johnson was also rocking No. 52 in his minicamp workouts… but that's subject to change for the actual roster so don't buy the jersey just yet. The guy trying to replace Johnson is Albany transfer Jared Verse. He popped during the spring, but it ain't easy replacing a first-round pick like Johnson. So can he live up to the hype that has surrounded him this spring? Tomahawk Nation's coach Adam Brown and Kevin Little broke down his game this weekend in the latest installment of their post-spring report cards. You can find that link on Tomahawk Nation dot com. Volume one of that series focused on wide receiver Mycah Pittman if you'd like to check that out as well. Monday could be a huge moment in the NIL saga that has taken over the college sports landscape as the NCAA's Division One Board of Directors is expected to weigh in on a set of new guidelines from an NIL subcommittee, according to Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic. Those guidelines would give real framework to what has been the wild west of NIL payments for players. These would better define the rules and who is beholden to follow them. I'd recommend a follow for Nicole as she follows the Board's actions and what it could mean for college sports. The F-S-U softball team finished their regular season on a strong note and one Nole made history in the process. The squad swept Sunday's doubleheader in Raleigh and completed the weekend sweep of NC State thanks to Sydney Sherill's three-home run game. That's a first in Noles history. The team as a whole had 7 big flies in the contest. The first time that's happened in program history as well. They completed the regular season with a 49-5 record and won each of their final 11 games. Next up is the ACC Tournament in Pittsburgh where the Noles will be the No. 3 seed and take on 6th seeded Virginia on Thursday night. First pitch is set for 7:30. And if you want more on the Seminoles softball team as they enter the postseason, check out this week's Seminole Wrap podcast releasing tonight from myself and Gwyn Rhodes as we get you caught up on the season that was for the team and what's ahead as they start postseason play. Again, that should be out late Monday night. The FSU baseball team opened their weekend trip to BC with an opening game loss but claimed the next two, 10-4 and 8-1, to take the series. Sunday's win came courtesy of a dominant performance from Bryce Hubbart who punched out 11 over 7 innings while limited Boston College to just one hit. Noles back on the diamond on Tuesday. A tough end to the weekend for the FSU beach volleyball team as they fell in the national championship to USC, but still a great season to make it all the way to the title. Congratulations to them. The men's tennis team knocked off Georgia this weekend, they'll be moving on to the round of 16 for the first time in school history. Congratulations to them as well. Thank you for listening to Noles News Now. We'll be back again on Wednesday. Until then, I'm Brian Pellerin. Have a great week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Why is Florida State Seminoles softball so good? ACC Tournament preview feat. Gwyn Rhodes

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:10


The Florida State Seminoles softball wrapped up a dominant 2022 season with a series sweep of the NC State Wolfpack this weekend. The three victories give them a 49-5 record, a No. 3 ranking in both the polls and RPI as well as an 11-game win streak heading into postseason play. That'll start on Thursday in Pittsburgh when the Noles begin their ACC Tournament run against Virginia and will soon head into the NCAA Tournament as they get ready for Selection Day this weekend. Brian Pellerin and guest host Gwyn Rhodes get you caught up on the season so far and what to expect this weekend as the Seminoles look to claim the ACC crown and set their eyes on a potential return to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series next month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Why is Florida State Seminoles softball so good? ACC Tournament preview feat. Gwyn Rhodes

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:10


The Florida State Seminoles softball wrapped up a dominant 2022 season with a series sweep of the NC State Wolfpack this weekend. The three victories give them a 49-5 record, a No. 3 ranking in both the polls and RPI as well as an 11-game win streak heading into postseason play. That'll start on Thursday in Pittsburgh when the Noles begin their ACC Tournament run against Virginia and will soon head into the NCAA Tournament as they get ready for Selection Day this weekend. Brian Pellerin and guest host Gwyn Rhodes get you caught up on the season so far and what to expect this weekend as the Seminoles look to claim the ACC crown and set their eyes on a potential return to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series next month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
2022 ACC TOURNAMENT BRACKET, PREVIEW, AND PREDICTIONS

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 28:54


Can the ACC, after a lackluster regular season, manage to send five teams to the NCAA Tournament? Is anyone a threat to Duke to win this bracket? Our tourney preview has Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander touching on a pair of bubble teams, one possible bid thief, plus their picks for what will happen in Brooklyn this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices