The one where Penny starts a pod.
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.
Pretty simple here, gang. We watched the NBA Draft live and talked shop. Was a lot of fun. Still reeling from that Joshua Primo pick to the Spurs at 12.
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.
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.
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.
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.
If we’re being honest with each other the Elite 8 games kinda stunk with the exception of UCLA/Michigan. Hell UCLA might’ve played the two best games of the tournament and they won. Their prize? Gonzaga. Then we look at the other side of the bracket with the Lone Star Shootout as Baylor and Houston are set to square off. The Final 4 is upon us ladies and gents!
TICH’s 100th episode and we’ve never felt worse. That’s because we’re down in the dumps post first weekend. Hurt, hungover, tired and bloated but what a first weekend it was. We discuss PAC 12 dominance, Big Ten disappointment, the “OSU” theory and of course the Cinderellas. We also demand apologies from certain programs while also taking ownership and apologizing to other programs. Then we finish it off with a Hug.