Welcome to the the final slow news week for college basketball until the middle of April. Parrish & Norlander take you inside more of their exclusive conversations with coaches by discussing the results of their Candid Coaches series, which is wrapping this week. Links to the stories are posted below. The ep opens with coaches' belief that Oklahoma and Texas leaving for the SEC is bad for college basketball. Then: Why is cheating clearly increasing (14:10) even though NIL is now a fabric of the sport? Topic No. 3: Will the G League Unite program and Overtime Elite (32:00) appreciably impact the viability and appeal of college hoops? Best new hire (46:15) was a blowout; Texas' Chris Beard won big. And with Coach K leaving, who will become the most prominent face of college basketball (54:00) going forward? • Best coaching hire? • Is cheating getting worse in the age of NIL? • Will G League and Overtime meaningfully worsen college hoops? • Oklahoma and Texas leaving the Big 12: good or bad for the sport? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Donahue was the national coach of the year when he took Cornell to the Sweet 16, coached in the ACC with Boston College, and took Penn to the NCAA tournament in 2017-18 - had number one seed Kansas on the ropes.￼ We had a great conversation about the Ivy League getting back to basketball after the one year hiatus, the new name, image, and likeness rules for college sports and how it will affect the game…Steve also worked with the Sixers for a year, helped with the draft the year they took Mikal Bridges. He also had some fascinating thoughts about Ben Simmons --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
MONSTER episode today as we welcome back The Shark and discuss items such as Armando Bacot's arms, Dan Dakich's new show and our new toy that features Bong Joon Ho. Then we welcome to the program former Michigan State player, Joe Sweeny. He sheds light on some amazing detail from the 2011-2012 season that includes interactions with Draymond Green, the time Izzo turned purple and his Youtube moment. Make sure to check it out especially if you're a Spartan.
We have a LOADED Aaron Torres Podcast. It's "Show Me Something Saturday" and Aaron explains why teams like Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, Clemson and Kentucky have something to prove. Then, with college hoops starting he lists his biggest storylines coming into the year - including Memphis, Texas and Chris Beard and the exhausting Coach K retirement tour. Here is a full rundown:"Show Me Something Saturday in College Football": Aaron opens the show by discussing why Saturday is the weekend where we learn a *lot* about college football teams. Included, why we learn if Ole Miss is a fraud or not (3:00), if Alabama is really the best team (7:00) and if Georgia is truly elite in their game against Arkansas (10:00). Then, a discussion on Michigan's trip to Wisconsin (11:30), Clemson playing for pride and why Kentucky can prove they're the second best team in the East Saturday (12:00). College Hoops practice starts - what are the biggest storylines: College hoops practice officially started on Tuesday, and Aaron gives his seven biggest storylines coming into the year. Among them - the fascinating Memphis Tigers (27:00) and even more fascinating Texas Longhorns with Chris Beard (34:20). Then he discusses UCLA and Gonzaga (40:30), if Kentucky can bounce back (47:00) and why the Coach K retirement tour will be exhausting (50:00).
College basketball will be back very soon and I'm so happy about it like most people are so on today's episode I give you guys some of my top storylines going into this upcoming season. Tap in ‼️
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men's basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy speaks with special guest Jansen Davidson on the newest edition of the BuckeyeXtra Basketball podcast. During this episode Jardy talks to Davidson about what season was like, his experiences while being apart of this team, and what he'll be doing this fall since he is not going to return to Ohio State for this upcoming season. Read more: Ohio State basketball walk-on Jansen Davidson living the dream after nearly missing tryout
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No interview today because some action actually occurred in the college basketball world these past few weeks. Taylor & Subbi talk about the Mark Few DUI and what that might mean for his players and they also speculate on how the media treats certain coaches. Big couple of weeks for Kentucky and Memphis as they land monster stars in Shaedon Sharpe and Emoni Bates respectively. Who will be more impactful for their team and who are you more excited to watch? Then they try to keep track of the conference realignment and where each team will be playing their hoops in the coming years. Finally, big hug to Marcus Camby, Jon Rothstein and Chris Webber... all for VARIOUS reasons.
Arizona week rolls on as we bring in a young member of the Tucson media, Alec White. He tells us about his start in journalism, his relationship with some players and coaches and some of his favorite memories. He also goes in depth into the whole Sean Miller saga that you don't want to miss. We've had players and coaches, but never truly someone from the media. Thanks to Alec for jumping on.
We're back here just in time before August expires giving you the good Arizona stories that I'm sure you want. I'm being sarcastic, I'm sure you guys are over the Arizona content but that's too damn bad! *Grandpa from Holes voice* Former manager and assistant director of operations at Arizona & USC, Jamal Boddie joins us to talk everything from his relationship with good friend, JP Prince, to his experience with Lute Olson to his published book. He also provides some great insight on some players you may have forgotten about.
On today's episode I lightly preview the tier 1 teams in the SEC this upcoming season as I believe the conference will be the best out of all the Power 5 Conferences. I then give my people 2 areas for concern when it comes to the Chicago Bulls next season. Tap in ‼️
Episode 84 of The Latke Room, your favorite jews talk about the Dave Season 2 finale. Then Noah Gardenswartz, the Comedian/Writer (26:06) joins the show to talk about his rise in comedy and what it's like being married to a comedian.
Jason & John Show, Friday, Aug. 6, 2021, Hour 2 (w/Brendan Quinn on College Hoops/Memphis/Jalen Duren/Emoni Bates in Seg 2) Seg 1: "The Rundown" with more on Penny/Memphis/Jalen Duren Seg 2: Brendan Quinn on Emoni Bates See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the newest episode of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, hosts Chris Dortch (@cdortch) and Kevin Ingram (@KIngramSports) welcome in Geoff Cabe, the associate commissioner of the Southern Conference. Get full access to Blue Ribbon Report at blueribbon.substack.com/subscribe
Husker AD Search Continues, NIL already helping college basketball, & Mailbag! Nick gives his thoughts on Nebraska's AD search, how NIL is already helping college basketball, and then answers mailbag questions from listeners on a variety of topics. Nick Bahe Podcast's Runza Sweepstakes --> HERE Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
Dajah Logan, a graduate from St. Bonaventure, joins Sisterhoop to share her wisdom about becoming a coach, growing through to ups and downs of college basketball and appreciating all of the lessons and opportunities basketball has given her. --- Favorite quote: "I am basketball. I live basketball, I breather basketball. I hate basketball, I love basketball. I embody it. That's why I coach, because I want someone to feel the burning passion I have for it." --- Follow us on social media: Dajah: @dajahdlogan Sisterhoop: @sisterhoop Olivia: @liv2hoop
BEERS: Maine Brewing Company is always a favorite of ours, and this week, Will reviews Lunch...you can have it for lunch OR dinner (or breakfast) and it'll hit different regardless. Will also tells us why Peroni on draft is an elite beer. Jake reviews Affluente, a beer we received courtesy of our friends at Blackstone Valley Brewing Supplies in Woonsocket. This Italian pilsner from Tributary Brewing Company (Maine) is a nice summer selection that will have you craving more. BUSINESS: Where did Richard Branson come from?! The billionaire CEO of Virgin Galactic embarked on a trip that sent him more than 50 miles above the Earth's surface in a test-run before commercial flights to space launch in the US. What does this mean for Virgin's stock ($SPCE) and how does it fit in to a now-crowded space market? If you thought that was the most bizarre news you'll see this week, how about “The Mooch” coming back! Anthony Scaramucci, a former White House Chief of Staff for about a week, announced on a podcast that he launched an ethereum fund and has filed for an ETF. He also received a “mystery investment” for $6 million; who could possibly be joining forces with The Mooch?! BALLS: (18:46) Andy Katz has done it all in his long career; from highs of filling out 8 March Madness brackets with Barack Obama, to lows of being a victim of the 2017 ESPN layoffs, it's safe to say Andy is one of the most well-traveled college basketball experts of our generation. Andy discusses his entry into the college basketball world, idolizing Peter Gammons and other Boston-area sports journalists, and some of the relationships he made to get to ESPN. With name, image, and likeness regulations being eased in the college sports world, we discuss how college basketball could be affected, and what challenges present in its wake. The guys talk Shaq, the best spots to eat in Rhode Island, and his tennis career. Will & Jake finish with a quick rapid-fire on a jam-packed week in sports. Beers, Business, and Balls is brought to you in part by Goli Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies - a convenient and delicious way for everyone to incorporate Apple Cider Vinegar into your daily health routine. Taste the Apple, Not the Vinegar. Go to Goli.com and use the code THEBBBPOD to get 10% off your order of Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies! Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support
Will, Braden and Lucas kick off Thursday's show by breaking down Scotty Pippen Jr.'s return to Vanderbilt, and what that means for fringe stars and first rounders in the NIL era of college basketball.
Will, Braden and Lucas kick off Thursday's show by breaking down Scotty Pippen Jr.'s return to Vanderbilt, and what that means for fringe stars and first rounders in the NIL era of college basketball.
It's Thursday and we have an all new Aaron Torres Podcast! The NBA Draft deadline has passed - Aaron discusses the biggest winners and losers, teams that have risen this off-season and updates his college hoops Top 25! We have a new No. 1 and a bunch of new Top 10 teams - here's a full rundown:The NBA Draft decision deadline: Aaron spends the entire show talking about the NBA Draft deadline and what it means for college hoops next season. He opens by discussing the biggest decisions that happened this week, how NIL has helped college hoops and the few remaining transfers who could continue to shake up the Top 25 (3:00). Aaron's Updated Top 25: From there, he reveals his updated Top 25 now that draft decisions are in - it includes a new No. 1 team, several new additions to the Top 10 and a couple teams that fell after key players who decided to stay in the draft (10:00). Aspecial shout out to Torrent/Torrey Craig: We wrap shout out our old friend Torrent/Torrey Craig, who is playing in the NBA Finals and will earn an NBA championship ring, regardless of who wins the NBA title (37:00).This will be the final Aaron Torres Podcast until July 19th as Aaron is on vacation next week.
It's Fourth Of July Weekend, people! Sun, blue skies, fireworks, brats, dogs, burgers, beers, lakes, oceans, pools, creeks, streams, and literally any body of water. Those are the only 2 things you need: a grill and a body of water. We discuss where exactly does Apple Pie fit into that equation. We also talk about the new NIL rule where players can profit. Apparently Jordan Bohannon is already signing autographs at a Firework store. Finally we have a very insightful and candid interview with former Illinois center, Maverick Morgan. He joins us to discuss everything from growing up in Southwest Ohio to playing in the Big Ten to playing in Europe.
Don't ever say we aren't accountable. Call us dumb, uninformed, hacks, fairweather. Whatever you want, just don't say we aren't accountable. Because we made a promise to deliver 2 episodes per month and damnit, on the last day of June, we did just that so hug for us. We talk about the Greg Gard audio with his players and Penny staying with Memphis after an interview with the Orlando Magic and hiring a legendary name to his staff.
Michael DeCourcy joins Doug and Wolf to help defend some of the draft decisions made by James Jones now in hindsight and why Jones' draft philosophy has been so successful for the Suns. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No guest today unfortunately and no Taylor either so it's just Subbi and The Shark bantering about quite literally nothing. We talk everything from Slack to Family Karma to the statue standard at UMass. We also finally get around to discussing the Coach K and Roy Williams departures and offer our thoughts on their successors. Then we do our own version of "Who He Play For" as it pertains to all of the transfers that have taken place since we last gave you an update. Finally, we wouldn't be as absurd as we are if we didn't give a Family Karma college basketball comparison. Be good.
Today's episode of CANDID CONVERSATIONS features a number of assistant coaches that have recruited one and done players discussing the impact that ventures like the G League Ignite and Overtime Elite can have on college basketball. Just how much talent will they siphon off? And what will the impact be on college hoops? POWERED by Bet Rivers Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Titans running game has flourished with Derrick Henry, but the tread is thin on those tires. Colts four-headed monster should move past the Titans. Overtime Elite poses zero threat to popularity of college basketball, but it will be a pain for coaches. Cubs Patrick Wisdom's start is historic - and unsustainable. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Colter Nuanez gives his synopsis of the NBA playoffs so far. Plus, Geoff Safford the Voice of the Missoula Paddleheads swings by the show and Colter shares some news about Mya Hansen decommitting from the Montana women's basketball team and Montana State officially welcoming back three standout seniors from last year's squadIn today's always-on world, your business demands a simpler approach to network security. At Blackfoot Communications we deliver state-of-the-art security solutions – from the perimeter to end-point devices and remote data backup – for businesses across Montana. Ensure your company's network is online. All the time.For more information, visit GoBlackfoot.com/business
(00:00-22:30) – Dan returns from a day of golf by reacting to the news of Coach Mike Krzyzewski retiring from Duke and Brad Stevens moving on from his role as the head coach of the Boston Celtics to be the team’s President of Basketball Operations following the retirement of long time PBO Danny Ainge. Dan talks about the major problems with college basketball and why it stems from adults having to acquiesce to 18 to 22 year olds. (22:31-38:49) – We come back from break with Dan talking more on the ongoing problems with college hoops and addresses comments made by ESPN’s Stephen A Smith yesterday on First Take. Additionally, Dan talks on why it’s impossible to have real conversations on serious topics in today’s society. (38:50-44:19) – Hour number one ends with Dan sharing a list of people who were hired as coaches after their playing days without having any prior coaching experience on their resume. (44:20-1:05:21) – Our friend Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to share his thoughts on the retirement of Coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke and what it means for the future of that program and all of college basketball. (1:05:22-1:21:01)– The talented Jesse Rogers, Chicago Cubs reporter for ESPN, stops by to discuss the surging Cubbies who have won 9 of their last 10 games and currently sit in first in the NL Central. Jesse evaluates what pitching and hitting changes have caused this transformation and looks at what the month of June holds for the team. (1:21:02-1:30:55) – Hour number two closes with Dan talking on upcoming plans he has including the Dakich Cycles for the City program and the dates for the Tom Dakich Memorial Golf Outing. Later, Dan asks trivia questions for a four pack voucher for Ball State tickets. (1:30:56-1:59:33) – Our pal Jason Benetti drops by to field a complaint or two from Dan about their dinner outing last night. Additionally, Jason talks on the news that he will be broadcasting Olympic baseball for NBC this summer. Later, the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich stops by to answer a dinner request from Jason when she is in town covering Purdue softball. (1:59:34-2:07:21) – The two year suspension of Bob Baffert at Churchill Downs for repeated violations of substance abuse policies in his horses, most recently in Kentucky Derby winner Median Spirit last month. Later, Dan talks more on the retirement of Coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke after this season. (2:07:22-2:17:30) – The show ends on a Thursday with Dan sharing results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Dan also asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan, Jimmy, and Brendan King discuss other bets they like tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After a slow news day on the Aaron Torres Podcast on Tuesday, we are back one day later with an emergency pod as Coach K has announced he'll retire following the 2021-2022 season. Aaron has full reaction, goes in depth on why it happened, what it means for college hoops and what's next now that Jon Scheyer is taking over. He also discusses the shocking news that Brad Stevens has stepped down from coaching, and wonders if he'll ever return to the college game. Here is a full rundown:Coach K Retires: His Legacy, Why and What's Next at Duke: Aaron opens the show by discussing the bombshell news from Wednesday that Duke head coach Mike Kryzyewsi will retire following next season in college (2:45). Aaron discusses his legacy which spans as far back as most college basketball fans can remember and how the changing world of college sports led to his decision (12:00). Aaron also explains why this might be a sign of things to come in college athletics in general (19:00) and finally why he doesn't have high expectations for Jon Scheyer as Duke's next head coach. Brad Stevens steps down as Celtics coach moves to front office - will he ever coach college basketball again: After a short break Aaron returns to talk Brad Stevens stepping down as head coach of the Celtics and his move to the front office (33:00). From there Aaron answers the question everyone wants to know: Will Stevens ever coach college basketball again? Aaron says that while it's possible, the same things that pushed Coach K away from college hoops, maybe keep Coach Stevens away as well.
We might have a new entry for best interview in TICH history. Some incredible stories shared to us by Assistant Coach for the San Jose State men's basketball team, David Miller. He talks about his ascension from student manager, all of his pit stops throughout his career, how he balances his relationship with coaching, his father's impact, Kobe and best memories. I'm tellin' ya, if you're an Arizona fan, San Jose State fan, Laker fan, Kobe fan, coaching fan then this interview is for you.
Do you like the Metropolitan area? Do you like Boston College? Listen to this episode then because we chat with our good pal, MMA, and discuss everything from Knicks, Nets, Devils, Rangers, Islanders, Mets and his beloved BC Eagles. We first talk about the Jim Christian era and harken back to the Steve Donahue era as well. But fear not, after we talk about those train wrecks we focus our attention on Earl Grant. Nope, not the pianist but the head coach. Also sincere hug to Mary Annes in Brighton, MA. It closed down but was an absolute ESTABLISHMENT to the BC students.
(00:00-23:35) – Thursday’s show starts with Dan reacting and sharing his initial thoughts on the Indianapolis Colts’ schedule for the 2021 season which released last night. (23:36-36:22 – Dan takes a deep dive into the schedule and hands out his win-loss prediction for the Colts 2021 season. (36:23-56:26) – The head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars the legendary Urban Meyer stops by to talk about the Jags’ draft, why he took the job, what challenges are present from college to the pros, and more. (56:27-1:12:23)– We play a round of All Day or Now Way as show producer Jimmy Cook asks Dan a questions on the Colts’ schedule, their offseason checklist, the Pacers Play-In Tournament seeding and 3 point shooting in the NBA. (1:12:24-1:16:24) – Hour number two concludes with Dan looking ahead to the rest of today’s show and talking more on the Colts’ schedule. (1:16:25-1:36:55) – Our friend Seth Greenberg of ESPN visits the show to discuss the news that IU’s Jerome Hunter is entering the transfer portal. Seth touches on what leads to players transferring and how the transfer portal can be a blessing and a curse for teams, specifically when they lose a player but are able to acquire a replacement quickly. Plus, Dan gives more of his predictions on the Colts’ schedule. (1:36:56-1:49:33) – We return from break with more on the Colts schedule, their chances to win the AFC South and more. Plus, Dan interacts with emailers on the Colts schedule and roster. (1:49:34-1:53:14) – Thursday’s show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. Later, Dan talks more on the Colts schedule and where he has their record at (though he reserves the right to change it before the season starts). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First episode of the offseason so we had to welcome back our best friend of the program: Auburn coach, Mike Burgomaster. We talk everything from last year's season, the transfer portal, the future of the team and Terrence Clarke. Listen to this episode before you become a slug all weekend watching the NFL draft.
Aaron grades all the major college basketball coaching hires, talks about the insane Brad Stevens/Indiana report, discusses about the biggest storylines in this year's NFL Draft and ends with a crazy Pete Rose story from late last week
(00:00-21:46) – Wednesday’s show opens with Dan praising The Fan Morning Show for their tribute show to the legend Bobby Slick Leonard who passed away yesterday. Dan shares his memories of Slick and callers do the same as we remember one of the most important figures in the history of Indiana sports. (21:47-36:31) – The great Kent Sterling stops by to discuss the ugly baseball that the Chicago Cubs have been playing to start the season. Plus, Dan and Kent remember the life of Slick Leonard and the importance that he had on the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. (36:32-41:28) – The first hour ends with us heading back to the phone lines for more stories from callers on Bobby Slick Leonard. (41:29-1:06:35) – Our pal Seth Greenberg of ESPN joins to share the national perspective on Slick Leonard and discuss the impact he made on the Pacers, the ABA and the game of basketball. Plus, a look at the transfer portal and the early stages of the college hoops offseason. (1:06:36-1:14:54)– We return to the phone lines as callers continue to pour in with tributes and stories about Slick Leonard. (1:14:55-1:24:21 – Hour number two comes to a close with the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich visiting the show to tell us all about Dakich Cycles for the City, the bikes for kids program that Dan and Leigh started that currently partners with the folks at Indiana Sports Corp. You can help out by going to indianasportscorp.org/dakichcycles (1:24:22-1:57:21) – Dan reads some more emails from listeners that feature more stories of the legend Bobby Slick Leonard. Callers continue to share their stories as well. Later, one of the all-time great broadcasters Kevin Harlan, of Turner Sports, CBS, and Westwood One, joins to discuss how people nationally like Reggie Miller talk about Slick Leonard. Plus, Kevin passes along stories that his Dad shared with him during his epic career in broadcasting. Also, Kevin and Dan reflect on the success of March Madness and college basketball over the last month. (1:57:21-2:01:22) – Racing Rachel McLoughlin of Indiana Grand Racing and Casino visits the program to talk a little horse racing with us. Plus, some talk on the Kentucky Derby prep across the sport. (2:01:23-2:05:42) – The show concludes on a Wednesday with Dan reading the results from today’s Indiana Grand Racing and Casino’s Race of the Day. Then, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a busy Monday on the podcast, as Aaron gets you an update on the mess at Arizona, discusses Dick Vitale's comments that transfers are "ruining" college hoops - and then welcomes in Illinois All-American Ayo Dosunmu for an exclusive interview
Rob Fox and Dan Regester break down the NCAA Men's College Basketball National Championship Game between the Gonzaga Bulldogs and the Baylor Bears, if Gonzaga was a fraud this entire time, if people should consider this Baylor team to be an all-time great college basketball team, if Scott Drew will stay in Waco forever, what the NBA careers of Davion Mitchell and Jared Butler will look like, and if this was the Zags' and Mark Few's only chance at winning a Natty. Sign up today at MyBookie.ag with promo code DRINKINBROS to take advantage of an up-to-$1000 bonus on your first deposit KillCliffCBD.com
:50 Peter Laviolette 15:29 Nats season still postponed 23:21 Lurch's expensive Easter brunch 32:34 Was Gonzaga/UCLA the greatest game ever? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ross Patterson, Dan Hollaway, Rob Fox, and Dan Regester are joined by Fox Sports host and pro gambler Alex Monaco to preview the Final Four and NCAA National Championship Game -- Can anyone stop Gonzaga? Does UCLA have a shot at covering? Is Houston a bad matchup for Baylor? And if Baylor wins, are they good enough to take down Gonzaga? Sign up today at MyBookie.AG and use promo code DRINKINBROS to secure your first deposit bonus up to $1000!
Rob Fox and Dan Regester break down every game from the Sweet 16 including Alabama's free-throw nightmare against UCLA and Oregon State putting an end to Sister Jean's dreams (and life?) -- plus Rob and Dan give their betting picks for the Elite 8, if Gonzaga's Drew Timme can handle USC's Isaiah Mobley, why firing Larry Scott got the Pac-12 three Elite 8 teams, and who they actually want to see play in the championship. Sign up today at MyBookie.AG and use promo code DRINKINBROS to secure your first deposit bonus up to $1000! BruBag.com
Aaron previews all the Sweet 16 games this weekend, then gives a rundown of the 15 best players currently in college basketball's transfer portal! College basketball free agency is here!
Rob Fox and Dan Regester break down the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament including Oral Roberts' three-point barrage, Sister Jean's Catholic magic, the Pac-12 being the best college basketball conference in America, and if Gonzaga can be beaten -- plus gambling picks for the second weekend and which teams left have the best chance to win it all. Sign up today at MyBookie.ag and use promo code DRINKINBROS to secure a deposit bonus up to $1000! That’s promo code DRINKINBROS to claim your first deposit bonus.
Coming off a solid 5-1 night for his picks, Matt Perrault is back with a variety of plays for Saturday. Matt has 3 college hoops bets going, 1 NHL play and 1 NBA player prop. Find out the plays on the Saturday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM