We’ve reached the top 10, the creme de la creme (nice rhyme *Al Sharpton in Mr. Deeds*). The heavy hitters are officially here and some of their stats are wild. We’re talking double digit final 4 appearances and numerous tournament berths. We’re also joined by great friend of the program, Andrew Moynihan, to discuss his alma mater and their place on our list. We got some audible contributions from our work emails and our dogs as well. Sometimes we gotta take you behind the curtain and give you the raw, uncut view. To quote Ashley Schaffer: “Let the boy watch.” Finally we round it out with Last Four In, First Four Out and pay homage to two College Basketball giants in Lute Olson and John Thompson.
We’re inching closer and closer to the top 10 of our Top 50 College Basketball programs of all time as we embark on spots 15 through 11. These teams feature 2 of the biggest rivals in college sports and a coach that has been at his program for what feels like forever. We also talk about the Pac 12 cancelling hoops until 2021 and also the Kennedy Chandler pickup for Rick Barnes and Tennessee. Remember when we all thought that this would be finished by July? So foolish. Finally we wrap it up with a new segment from the Shark- Last 4 In, First 4 Out.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we got him. I incorrectly attributed that quote to Donald Rumsfeld but whatever, we got our guy John Fanta to hop on to discuss everything from his start in the business, Big East basketball and what are the best wings in Ohio. Enjoy!
Night owl Tiger fans got some good news early this morning with the verbal commitment of 4-star junior guard Josh Minott.
We’ve whittled our list down to the top 20 and we are now talking teams with some national titles. We kick off the show talking about bachelor parties, sleeping arrangements and where we are currently staying. Then we actually talk some hoops and break down the 20-16 teams in our rankings. Let me ask you something: have you ever seen Michael Kidd Gilchrist score a bucket in the NBA? I’m talking like watching a live Hornets or Mavericks game and seeing him score. I digress. The great thing about this group of teams is that almost all of them had a very memorable NCAA tournament game that they participated in. We finally end the program with Where Am I and Hugs.
Here you will find a wide range of recruiting rumors related to the University of Memphis and Coach Penny Hardaway’s 2023 recruiting class.
In recent week, Memphis has added top talent to their current and future rosters. What does this mean for the starting lineup for next season?
The (married) Shark is back while Taylor is out (go figure) and we crack on with our Top 50 programs of all time. We’ve entered the Top 25 now people, don’t be alarmed. We discuss the Wedding Crashers vs. Old School debate, venture down a uniform accessory rabbit hole and play a lil Toby Keith for ya too. We also talk about some news and notes in the college hoops world. We end it with a moving message from the Shark’s wedding priest as well as Where Am I? and Hugs.
Since 1949, the two schools have faced off against each other 58 times, with Memphis owning the series edge 32-26 per sports-reference.com. The last time the Tigers and Billikens played was in the second round of the 2012 NCAA tournament. In that matchup, the 9-seed Billikens downed the 8-seed Josh Pastner-led Tigers by a score of 61-54.
Here you will find a wide range of recruiting rumors related to the University of Memphis and Coach Penny Hardaway’s 2022 recruiting class.