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Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (01:44), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (10:05), favorite Power 5 matchups (13:15), favorite mid-major matchups (13;15), and the “Trashman Games of the Week” (20:24). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on teams that have been both very good and very bad against the spread so far this season (27:54). Game previews include Manhattan vs. Siena (03:28), Memphis vs. SMU (06:00), St. Thomas vs. South Dakota State (06:07 & 06:54), Oklahoma State vs. TCU (06:14), Towson vs. Charleston (08:03 & 08:52), Loyola Chicago vs. Missouri State (07:49, 08:12 & 09:02), Vermont vs. Hartford (09:16), Murray State vs. Eastern Illinois (10:42), Colorado State vs. New Mexico (11:57), Auburn vs. Georgia (12:54), Auburn vs. Kentucky (13:31), Alabama vs. LSU (15:45), Indiana vs. Purdue (18:08), San Diego State vs. Boise State (20:33), Ohio vs. Toledo (22:21), Louisiana Tech vs. UAB (24:18), and Pittsburgh vs. Virginia (26:26).
Greg recaps Monday's college basketball results, talks to Ben Wilson of VSIN about the Mountain West landscape & Tuesday's games & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Tuesday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 1:23-Recap of Monday's results 13:06-Interview with Ben Wilson 30:12-Start of picks with Canisius vs St. Peter's 32:04-Picks & analysis for Baylor vs West Virginia 34:39-Picks & analysis for Davidson vs VCU 37:05-Picks & analysis for St. Bonaventure vs Dayton 39:28-Picks & analysis for Iona vs Monmouth 41:34-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs Michigan 44:10-Picks & analysis for UNC vs Miami 46:31-Picks & analysis for Ball St vs Toledo 48:24-Picks & analysis for South Carolina vs Arkansas 50:26-Picks & analysis for UCF vs East Carolina 52:36-Picks & analysis for Western Michigan vs Akron 54:17-Picks & analysis for Ohio vs Miami OH 56:33-Picks & analysis for Missouri vs Ole Miss 58:26-Picks & analysis for Kent St vs Eastern Michigan 1:00:35-Picks & analysis for Kansas vs Oklahoma 1:02:43-Picks & analysis for Niagara vs Manhattan 1:05:01-Picks & analysis for Butler vs UConn 1:07:01-Picks & analysis for IUPUI vs Ohio St 1:09:12-Picks & analysis for USF vs Houston 1:11:55-Picks & analysis for Loyola Chicago vs Evansville 1:13:50-Picks & analysis for Richmond vs Fordham 1:15:42-Picks & analysis for Bowling Green vs Northern IL 1:17:33-Picks & analysis for Kansas St vs Texas 1:29:32-Picks & analysis for Clemson vs Syracuse 1:21:22-Picks & analysis for Wisconsin vs Northwestern 1:23:17-Picks & analysis for Air Force vs Boise St 1:25:31-NY Post Pick Iowa St vs Texas Tech 1:27:54-Picks & analysis for Tennessee vs Vanderbilt 1:30:36-Picks & analysis for Duke vs Florida St 1:32:56-Picks & analysis for Cal Poly vs CS Bakersfield 1:35:16-Picks & analysis for Utah St vs Fresno St 1:38:00-Start of extra game picks with Lipscomb vs Eastern Kentucky 1:40:08-Picks & analysis for Florida Gulf Coast vs Stetson 1:41:39-Picks & analysis for Jacksonville vs Liberty 1:43:38-Picks & analysis for North Alabama vs Belarmine 1:45:33-Picks & analysis for Central Arkansas vs Jacksonville St Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode, we break down Johnny Davis carrying Wisconsin to a win at Purdue, plus other key Big Ten matchups from the week. We also discuss Loyola-Chicago beating San Fransisco, a good week in the Big 12, Kentucky's loss at LSU, mid-major showcases, and North Carolina and Michigan's tough losses.
Rob Dauster, Kevin Sweeney and Ashton Gibbs breakdown Wisconsin's win over Iowa, Johnny Davis' performance, Ohio State's road loss to Indiana, UCLA getting back to basketball after a LONG pause and the mid-major battle in Salt Lake City between San Francisco and Loyola Chicago!! The FIELD OF 68 AFTER DARK is POWERED by Bet Rivers: BetRivers.com SUBSCRIBE! Our YouTube Channel Apple Podcasts Spotify FOLLOW! Field of 68 Check out TheFieldOf68.com to see our full roster of podcasts!!!
San Francisco vs. Loyola Chicago College Basketball Pick Prediction 1/6/2022 by Tony T. San Francisco vs. Loyola Chicago—The Ramblers sit best in the nation in effective field goal percentage. Loyola Chicago strong scoring inside and hit 41.8% from three. They secure the basketball and strong on the defensive glass. Ramblers do a good job of defending inside. Loyola Chicago has notable wins on the road to DePaul and Vanderbilt plus has a win on a neutral court to Arizona St. They played Michigan St tough in a two point loss on a neutral site. San Francisco a sloppy team that commits a high number of turnovers and poor at the free throw line. They do have a loss on a neutral court to Grand Canyon. They have not played a difficult schedule. Play Loyola Chicago -1.5.
It's our tenth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (02:35), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (19:36), favorite Power 5 matchups (27:59), favorite mid-major matchups (36:56), and the “Trashman Games of the Week” (41:47). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on how to deal with teams as they come off of a COVID pause (43:09). Game previews include Northern Iowa vs. Valparaiso (02:35), Fairfield vs. Marist (05:50), San Diego State vs. Nevada (08:03), North Carolina vs. Virginia (10:07), Idaho vs. Montana State (12:34), TCU vs. Baylor (13:43), Houston vs. Wichita State (14:25), Drake vs. Indiana State (15:57), Loyola Chicago vs. Bradley (17:40), FIU vs. Bethune-Cookman (19:56), Eastern Illinois vs. Murray State (21:24), Belmont vs. Southeast Missouri State (24:05), Prairie View A&M vs. Mississippi Valley State (25:01), Wright State vs. IUPUI (26:05), Florida vs. Alabama (28:08), Indiana vs. Ohio State (29:48), Texas Tech vs. Kansas (32:09), LSU vs. Tennessee (33:42), Michigan vs. Michigan State (35:19), Wofford vs. Chattanooga (37:21), North Texas vs. UAB (39:04), BYU vs. St. Mary's (40:49) and Central Michigan vs. Western Michigan (41:47).
Bradley vs. Indiana St College Basketball Pick Prediction 1/2/2022 by Tony T. Bradley at Indiana St—The Sycamores were competitive on the road to Loyola Chicago in the Missouri Valley opener as they shot 44.2% from three, made their free throws and did a good job of scoring inside. They did cover in an eight point loss by shooting 50%.
DePaul vs. Butler College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/29/2021 by Tony T. DePaul vs. Butler—Bulldogs have lost most of their step up games and the results have been ugly. Neutral court losses by 29 to Purdue, by 18 to Houston and 7 to Texas A&M. They were blown out at home by Michigan St by 21. Butler a sloppy team 305th in the nation in turnovers. They shooting poorly from two, three and the free throw line. Butler very weak defending inside. DePaul has won both of their true road games beating Louisville and Loyola Chicago. Their lone loss came to a good Loyola Chicago team. Blue Demons strong shooting and defending inside. They take care of the basketball and strong on the defensive glass. DePaul holding teams to 31% from three. Blue Demons have good size and an experienced team. Play DePaul +1.
For the final time in 2021, the boys are at World Famous Filimonster Studios to record an episode of “The Most LAFC Podcast on Earth”, Defenders of the Banc! There is SO much news to discuss since our pasting at the hands of the Commerce City Rapids, and Filly and Scarf try to get to ALL of it! This offseason saw, without a doubt, the most significant player movement of any of our first four seasons. El Profe, Eduard Atuesta, is gone, and not to a club that many could have predicted. Eduard gets to try to make it a Copa Libertadores three-peat for Brazil's Palmeiras. Also gone is the only coach we have ever known, Bob Bradley, as he heads north of the border to drink Labatt's and coach his son, Michael, at Toronto. He's been given the keys to the kingdom, eh, as he was named both head gaffer and Sporting Director at TFC. Also gone is an unsung hero who truly has been there from the beginning, Defender of the Banc Tristan Blackmon. Picked with our second ever SuperDraft pick in 2018, Tristan leaves behind a legacy of grit, toughness, and a fun social media follow. Who will play keeper? With Jamal Blackman being given his walking papers and Pablo Sisniega traded to the new Al Raitt FC, Charlotte, Tomas Romero is the only keeper under contract as of the recording of Episode 178. Also gone, as of now, are Raheem Edwards, Jordan Harvey, Daniel Crisostomo, Alvaro Quezada, and Michee Ngalina. LAFC has also begun to re-tool, or “tweak”, as JT put it, by bringing in two players with bona fide MLS Cup experience. The newest Defender of the Banc, Franco Escobar, comes to us by way of Atlanta United, where he scored the second goal in their 2-0 MLS Cup win over Portland in 2018. The Argentinian looks to help the Black and Gold on the wings. Fresh off winning MLS Cup with NYCFC in 2021, then being drafted by Charlotte in the Expansion Draft, Ismael Tajouri-Shradi lands with LAFC by way of a trade with MLS's newest club. In the mold of a Danny Musovski-type, or, dare we say, Adama Diomande, Israel knows how to put the ball in the back of the net and provides much-needed depth when Chicho, Rayito, or Vela are off the pitch. And don't forget, Defenders… we also get a full season of Chicho Arango, a healthy Eddie Segura, and (at least) a full half-season of a healthy Carlos Vela. (We explain, don't worry.) All we need now is a head coach. And a starting center midfielder. And a starting keeper. And a little more depth. Also on this episode, we celebrate Chicho Arango taking home the Newcomer of the Year Award for 2021, the U19's as they advance in Open Cup Qualifying, and Lee Nguyen's NWSL trophy! We get a new toy in Filimonster Studios, we circle some key dates on the calendar that we are looking forward to, and Scarf doesn't have Covid (according to two tests) even though he feels and sounds like death. Which inaugural team player signed to coach with Sister Jean over at Loyola-Chicago? How is Diego Rossi doing in Turkey or Christian Ramirez in Scotland? And why does Filly now have a vested interest in our eMLS player? You'll have to listen to find out!Finally, stick around for the end, please. We know it's long, but Filly and Scarf both chat about their New Year's Resolutions, or as Filly says, goals for 2022. This may be it for 2021, but we can't wait to experience what's in store for 2022! Defenders Nation, thank you, and we love you! Here's to all the best in 2022 to the millions… and millions!
BYU vs. Vanderbilt College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/23/2021 by Tony T. BYU vs. Vanderbilt—Must respect this BYU team as the put up victories to Cleveland St, San Diego ST, Oregon and Utah St. They went on the road to beat Utah, Missouri St and Weber St. Cougars pounded USF in the opener of this tournament in Hawaii 54-39. BYU 27th in offensive efficiency in the nation and 26th on the defensive side. Very strong with perimeter defense and on the glass. Vanderbilt a poor three point shooting team converting just 29.4%. They have losses by margin to VCU, SMU and Loyola Chicago. Commodores an inexperienced team. Play BYU -6.
Creighton vs. DePaul College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/20/2021 by Tony T. Creighton at DePaul—The Blue Demons are an experienced team winning eight of nine. Their lone defeat came at home to a good Loyola Chicago team. They have covered seven of nine. DePaul is strong shooting inside and around the bucket. They defend well.
Loyola Chicago vs. Vanderbilt College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/10/2021 by Tony T. Loyola Chicago vs. Vanderbilt—Loyola Chicago returns four starters from their Sweet Sixteen team. They do have a true road win at DePaul. Ramblers 21st in the nation in offensive efficiency. They are shooting 51% along with 41.7% from three while limiting opponents to 40.6% along with 33.9% from three. Loyola Chicago doing a great job of defending inside. Vanderbilt has home losses to VCU by 11 and Temple by four. Commodores a poor shooting team converting on 40.4% along with 30.4% from three. Play Loyola Chicago -4.5.
Loyola Chicago claimed Windy City Supremacy Saturday as they completed a sweep of the Chicago-land college basketball teams, defeating DePaul 68-64. Star guard Lucas Williamson joined Harry Schroeder during the bus ride back from DePaul to Rogers Park.
It's our fifth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (01:58), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (15:18), favorite Power 5 matchups (22:57), favorite mid-major matchups of the week (31:47), and the game they would rather “claw their eyes out” than actually watch (37:56). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on some early season conference games from around the NCAA (39:02). Game previews include SMU vs. UNLV (02:12), TCU vs. Oral Roberts (04:39), LSU vs. Ohio (07:23), DePaul vs. Loyola Chicago (09:37), Illinois vs. Rutgers (11:27), Purdue vs. Iowa (12:10), Providence vs. Rhode Island (13:11), Arkansas vs. Central Arkansas (15:18), Iowa State vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (17:21), Mississippi State vs. Lamar (20:02), Texas vs. Texas-Rio Grande Valley (20:56), Oklahoma vs. Florida (23:02), North Carolina vs. Michigan (25:03), Maryland vs. Virginia Tech (26:03), Kansas vs. St. John's (28:49), Gonzaga vs. Alabama (30:17), Belmont vs. Lipscomb (31:47), UTEP vs. New Mexico State (33:34), Furman vs. Charleston (35:05), UW-Green Bay vs. Robert Morris (37:09), Liberty vs. Mizzou (38:52), Florida State vs. Syracuse (39:24), Marist vs. Iona (40:54), and Cleveland State vs. Northern Kentucky (42:11).
Auburn was an important part of college basketball's Feast Week, as they played in a double overtime thriller against UConn, and beat NCAA Tournament contenders in Loyola Chicago and Syracuse. Matt and Jackson excitedly break all the action down, and discuss what this week's developments may mean for the rest of the season.
Not very good. The Sun Devils struggled in the second half and couldn't get the job done. Join Shane Dieffenbach for his take on what is going on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Loyola Chicago vs. Arizona St Basketball Pick Prediction 11/26/2021 by Tony T. Loyola Chicago vs. Arizona St—Three games in three days for both teams in this tournament. Loyola Chicago has more continuity returning four starters from last years team that reached the Sweet Sixteen. Ramblers added experience with two graduate transfers. Two starters return for Arizona St. Head coach Bobby Hurley recruited size to better the teams rebounding and defense with freshman as well as transfer acquisitions. Loyola Chicago is shooting 41.5% from three and doing a good job scoring and defending inside. Arizona St has struggled to shoot the basketball converting 42.1% along with 33.3% from three. Three point defense an issue for the Sun Devils. Play Loyola Chicago +6.
Greg recaps Wednesday's college basketball results & trends, talks to handicapper Jason Radowitz about Thursday's games and why to stay true to who you are as a handicapper & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 2:00-Recap of Wednesday's results 16:26-Interview with Jason Radowitz 31:20-Start of picks with UC San Diego vs So Miss 33:47-Picks & analysis for UNC Wilmington vs Montana 36:05-Picks & analysis UConn vs Michigan St 38:16-Picks & analysis for Loyola Chicago vs Auburn 39:59-Picks & analysis for VCU vs Baylor 41:54-Picks & analysis for Syracuse vs Arizona St 43:38-Picks & analysis for Miami vs Dayton 45:30-Picks & analysis for Kansas vs North Texas 47:11-Picks & analysis for Iona vs Alabama 48:59-Picks & analysis for Belmont vs Drake 50:42-Picks & analysis for San Diego vs South Alabama 52:35-Picks & analysis for Hawaii vs UIC 54:21-Picks & analysis for New Mexico vs UAB 55:57-Picks & analysis for Towson vs San Francisco 57:44-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs Richmond 59:25-NY Post Pick Louisville vs Mississippi St 1:01:10-Picks & analysis for St. Joseph's vs USC 1:02:50-Picks & analysis for Georgetown vs San Diego St 1:04:58-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs New Orleans 1:06:48-Picks & analysis for Central Arkansas vs VMI Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this week's podcast, Detroit Free Press beat writer Chris Solari and the Lansing State Journal's Graham Couch and Phil Friend just watched the Michigan State basketball team beat Loyola Chicago on a last-minute alley-opp at the Battle 4 Atlantis opener. Then, we preview Saturday's regular-season finale in football, when the Spartans take on Penn State with a chance for win No. 10 and a New Year's Six bowl bid - followed by predictions.
In this episode, Jordan breaks down the loss to OSU, the upcoming game to Penn State and MSU basketball's outlook in the Battle for Atlantis
MSU gets their brakes beat off Saturday by the class of the conference in Ohio State. Ryan and Tim discuss that and Mel Tucker's likely contract extension. The Spartans go 2-0 in basketball on the week, and have a big test in the Bad Boy Mowers tournament in the Bahamas this week, starting with Loyola Chicago.
MLive reporters Brandon Champion, Kyle Austin and Matt Wenzel recap Michigan State's blowout loss to Ohio State before discussing Mel Tucker's reported 10-year deal to stay in East Lansing. Also, a preview of the Spartans' season finale against Penn State and how it could impact the postseason and a primer for the Battle 4 Atlantis featuring a matchup with Drew Valentine and Loyola-Chicago. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to the Bill Bradley Collective, where today we wrap our collective heads around a week that provided us with both the very best that boxing has to offer while showing us the absolute worst our broken criminal justice system has to offer. We lead with dispatches following the Terence Crawford/Shawn Porter championship fight, covering the high caliber performances of both, the victorious Crawford's legacy both present and historical, and what to expect next from Omaha's favorite native son. We are forced, unexpectedly, to turn to Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal of all charges following the shooting deaths of two protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer. Where are we, as a country, when a white man armed with an assault weapon can cross state lines, arrive at a protest, take two lives and wound a third, and be faced with not only zero consequences but celebration from many prominent names on the right? The trial of Ahmaud Arbery's killers in Glynn County, Georgia is also underway, and if the verdict delivered in Rittenhouse's favor is any indication, we may soon be witness to yet another atrocity by the hands of our broken legal and justice system. In between we carve out a few rants, as Zak examines the entrance of a new rival for his beloved URI Rams following Loyola-Chicago's departure from the Missouri Valley Conference for the greener pastures of the Atlantic 10; Andrew considers pundit and ex-Jets' coach Rex Ryan's bewildering change of heart on the the coaching acumen of present Jets' head Robert Saleh; and Ed rounds us out with takeaways from the inane ramblings our esteemed House Minority Leader provided us during his marathon 8-hour turn on the House floor this week.
Former club national champion, Loyola Chicago standout, and now professional libero Avery Aylsworth joins the show all the way from Germany! Rob and Avery get into everything about making the jump overseas into professional volleyball that's specific to the libero position, including how to get recruited, how to get your foot in the door and win court time as a foreigner, and what defines success at the libero position at the highest levels. Avery is in his second year with VFB Friedrichshafen in the German Bundesliga, one of the most storied clubs in all of Europe. If you or anyone you know plays libero and has aspirations to play pro, this is a MUST listen! Avery also talks about his VLA experience with the Chicago Icemen and gets into what his future plans are.Follow Avery on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaylsworth408Follow Rob on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rstclaire1
Marcus Bingham has a huge game as MSU takes care of business against Eastern Michigan. Battle for Atlantis starts on Wednesday with a tough field, and Sparty draws Loyola Chicago in the first round. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Loyola Chicago's Drew Valentine loves the championship mindset the Ramblers have shown so far. What are the biggest keys to a successful season? How playing without Cameron Krutwig has led to a more guard-centric, faster paced system. Recruiting back his Super Seniors. Who jumps out from the newcomers? Making the move to the Atlantic 10. Raising the profile of the program. The importance of not only developing a players game but mind as well. And why it's all about playing confident offense. Plus, hats off to Purdue's start and can St. Bonaventure run the table in the A-10?
The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reacts to the breaking news that the Loyola Chicago Ramblers of the Missouri Valley Conference will be exiting the MVC and joining the Atlantic 10 conference starting next year. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) break down the pros and cons of the move and key in on what the new Atlantic 10 will look like with the addition of Loyola Chicago and Drew Valentine's Ramblers. Will Loyola Chicago be a contender to win the A-10 every year? Does the Atlantic 10 benefit from having markets now in Chicago, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, St. Louis and Richmond? We talk it all on this special Loyola Chicago Ramblers edition of The College Basketball Experience. Get all of our College Basketball picks for free - sg.pn/cbbpicks Make sure you subscribe to The College Football Experience at sg.pn/tcfe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Latest edition of the Providence Journal college basketball podcast is here. Journal sportswriter Bill Koch is joined on this edition by Nick Coit -- sports director at ABC 6 and weekend WEEI Providence co-host of Cordischi and Coit. This episode highlights a hot start by the University of Rhode Island women (1:30), a 3-0 start for the Rams men (10:00), Loyola Chicago to the Atlantic 10 (24:00), remembering Ryan Preston (31:50), Bryant searching for some answers (36:30), Brown flashing some upside (42:00), Providence remaining perfect (52:00) and much more. Thanks as always for listening. More to come soon enough.
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Stats By Will to talk about the biggest takeaways through two weeks of the college basketball season, Vandy and Mizzou going the wrong way right away, early Tennessee vs. Villanova thoughts, George Mason starting hot under Kim English, Juwan Howard's new Michigan deal, Loyola Chicago heading to the Atlantic 10 and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Stats By Will Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Big week in the college hoops world as Coach K's grandson and stud, Paolo Banchero get into a bit of legal trouble. What exactly is aiding and abetting DWI? We discuss what's next for the program and Paolo specifically. Then we recap that orgasmic Villanova/UCLA game. Is it me or does UCLA just play marvelous matches when pitted against top tier teams (nice alliteration). We also discuss Texas and if we're buying them or not and how exactly did Oregon get dismantled? There's one answer and he goes by Barcello. We also discuss the Loyola Chicago move to the A10. This is good, right? We discuss some of the backlash. Then we close it out with hugs.
On today's episode, Jake, Rico, and Marty recap their trip to Bloomington, Indiana where they held their first live show, got a tour of the Hoosiers' facilities and attended an awesome game at Assembly Hall between IU and St. Johns (03:18). Then - the guys react to some of the biggest storylines in the sport including Duke freshman star Paolo Banchero's arrest and Loyola-Chicago's move ot the Atlantic 10 (15:10). Next, we deep dive into two big upsets from the week: Marquette's stunner over #10 Illinois and Seton Hall's impressive road win at #4 Michigan (19:26). We wrap things up with Beating the Buzzer (35:53) and the Box Score game (42:32). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
It's the second Tuesday in the college basketball season and the day was loaded with news and notes -- and then games happened! Michigan becomes the first top five team in the country to lose a game, the Virginia Cavaliers get stomped by the Houston Cougars and BYU looks like an unstoppable wrecking machine early in this season. But first, Parrish and Norlander must discuss Duke's Paolo Banchero and his citation for aiding and abetting DWI of his own jeep. Plus, Sister Jean and the Ramblers of Loyola Chicago are moving to the Atlantic 10. Check out Matt Norlander's piece on the Missouri Valley possibly expanding HERE: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/missouri-valley-conference-loses-loyola-chicago-but-pursuing-murray-state-ut-arlington-and-kansas-city/ (02:15) - Duke's Paolo Banchero gets cited with aiding and abetting DWI and still plays against Gardner Webb! (21:48) - Michigan loses to Seton Hall at home. (29:05) Illinois/Marquette recap (36:00) UNC tested by College of Charleston (41:32) UVA spanked by Houston (45:31) BYU rolls Oregon (51: 37) Loyola Chicago to the A-10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Loyola Chicago moving to the A-10, more realignment rumblings, Miami (FL) AD candidates, and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
The guys reminisce on the Sweet 16 run and how much it meant to them as students, while briefly giving their impressions of the recent game against Loyola Chicago and looking forward to USC. Stick around for interviews with Dunk City guys; Eric McKnight, Eddie Murray, Andy Enfield, and Michael Fly.
Buck and Lu are so excited to talk about BLERS BASKETBALL! This week we talk about some big MVC health news. Then we break down the exhibition game and especially the incident at the end of the game. We finish by talking about what we expect from our returning players this season.
Nick Schultz discusses Loyola Chicago's secret scrimmage vs. Wisconsin, which Loyola won, a source told him. He also talks about how fun the Bulls are, Illinois' upset over Penn State, previews Bears/Buccaneers and more.
Buck and Lu talk about the newest member of the MVC, Belmont! We also discuss some more rumors that involve OVC member, Murray State. After that we talk a bit about recruiting and Bobi Klintman. Lastly we discuss season previews about Evansville, Illinois State, and Southern Illinois.
Greg chats with Kevin Sweeney of Sports Illustrated and the CBB Central Podcast about the outlook of the Missouri Valley and Big East this season after watching Loyola Chicago's practice earlier this week before Greg recaps Friday's college basketball injury news & notes. Podcast Highlights 7:36-Interview with Kevin Sweeney 24:33-Recap of Friday's college basketball news & notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
JR Blount, a Milwaukee native and former Loyola Chicago player, joined Iowa State's mens basketball staff earlier this year. Today he joins us to break down his pro experience, the D1 recruiting process, some non-negotiables before joining the Iowa State team, how he learns & more.
In this episode, we break down the Missouri Valley. We talk Drake, Loyola-Chicago, with new head coach Drew Valentine, and go through the league team-by-team. We also begin talking about Shaedon Sharpe's commitment to Kentucky.
It's Solheim Cup Week and the TrapDraw heads to Toledo, Ohio! A criminally underrated Midwestern city, we examine what makes the place special thanks to our guest this week, Toledo native and current Loyola-Chicago men's golf coach, Erik Hoops. Erik grew up in Toledo, coached at the University of Toledo and caddied at Inverness. He's got a ton of passion for the place, which shines through in our chat. Enjoy!
(00:00-23:02) – Dan opens the show on a Monday remembering the life of Jerry Harkness, former Indiana Pacer and civil rights pioneer, who passed away today at the age of 81. Harkness played for the 1963 Loyola-Chicago Ramblers that became the first NCAA Tournament Champs to have as many as four Black starters in the lineup. Later, Dan looks back at Andrew Luck's retirement on the 2 year anniversary of Luck's shocking decision. (23:03-33:22) – Dan heads to the phone lines as callers share where they were when Andrew Luck quit on the Colts. Plus, callers also speak on the life of Jerry Harkness and share some memories of his playing career for Loyola-Chicago and the Indiana Pacers. (33:23-39:14) – We close out the first hour by playing some Colts audio, specifically Carson Wentz talking to the media about his status for Week 1 and his return from foot surgery. (39:15-1:05:35) – Our friend the tv play by play voice of the Chicago White Sox Jason Benetti stops by to take us through how life is going for Post-Covid Benetti. Jason also updates on his upcoming broadcast schedule in the college football realm. Jason also shares a story on Lance Lynn who tossed his belt at an umpire during a substance check last week. (1:05:36-1:16:18) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to give his thoughts on if Carson Wentz will be the Colts Week 1 starter. Chappy also looks at the Colts cutting Eddy Pineiro and reviews other storylines including the left tackle situation and the chances Mike Strachan makes the final roster. (1:16:19-1:19:11) – Hour number two concludes with Dan remembering the life of Jerry Harkness and recalling the 2 year anniversary of Andrew Luck leaving the Colts. (1:19:12-1:41:45) –We begin the final hour of the show with Dan playing some audio from Carson Wentz and Frank Reich on Wentz's return to practice. Plus, Dan looks at the alliance between the Pac-12, ACC, and Big Ten that was formally announced this afternoon in response the SEC adding Oklahoma and Texas earlier this summer. Also, Dan talks on the progress of Indiana basketball's off-season in the first year of the Coach Mike Woodson era and reflects on the rough head-scratching years of IU basketball the last 10-20 years. (1:41:46-1:56:07) – Dan shares the news that Jaguars rookie running back Travis Etienne suffered a mid-foot sprain that, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, is Lisfranc and will end his season before it begins. Plus, Dan talks some more on Indiana basketball and Brendan King gives Dan a South Bend Cubs jersey. (1:56:08-2:00:59) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're talking with host of Things Not Seen Radio host and professor David Dault about the X-Files. Enough said. Check out David Dault's massive and amazing catalogue NOW: https://www.thingsnotseenradio.com/ Dr. David Dault at Loyola Chicago: https://www.luc.edu/ips/about/faculty/daviddaultphd.shtml X-Files on Hulu, S4E14: “Memento Mori”: https://www.hulu.com/watch/f3a2f201-c27e-42bf-a621-45a3a4341f92New York Times, Meet the Nun who wants you to remember that you will die: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/14/us/memento-mori-nun.html Chris Carter on the new UFO government report: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/25/opinion/chris-carter-aliens-ufo-xfiles.html?action=click&module=Opinion&pgtype=Homepage
The NCAA quietly announced late Tuesday night that president Mark Emmert had his contracted extended through 2025. It's baffling, and it's why we open this week's pod on the topic. Then Norlander and Parrish get to Loyola Chicago (22:00) hiring the youngest coach in D-I basketball -- while somehow keeping the roster almost entirely in tact. Pretty impressive. The pod closes with some thoughts on Texas (35:45) and then a Trivia Time! for you, the listener! Here is the Trivia Time! Name the 17 coaches in the past 25 seasons to get their first head-coaching job while simultaneously inheriting a program that made at least the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament the season prior. Parrish's column on Emmert: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/mark-emmert-receiving-contract-extension-as-ncaa-president-should-draw-disappointment-but-not-surprise/ Norlander's column on Drew Valentine: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/loyola-chicago-hired-29-year-old-drew-valentine-to-take-over-a-top-mid-major-and-then-things-got-even-better/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tony opens the show by talking about the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, and how with all the upsets, Phil's Mom is not in last place. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the Tournament and they talk in detail about Loyola -Chicago's big win over Illinois. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post calls in from Indianapolis to talk about how things are running out there in the Covid bubble and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Mark Bryan " A Little More Rock N Roll" ; "Gotta Get Outta Town" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices