Big show today as we welcome Indiana lifer, Ryan Logue, for an interview. He gives us some outstanding Bob Knight stories. I’m talking deep cuts, not just the chair throwing. He also provides his thoughts on the Indiana/Purdue rivalry and if he’d rather have a corn fed farm boy vs. a city guy from Indiana. Logue also busted out his singing voice and I gotta tell ya… we all gasped. We also talk about Shark and Taylor getting in the mud with the Providence guys on Twitter, Keith Appling is facing heroin charges? A weird time for Memphis hoop fans and Shareef O’Neal is following his daddy’s footsteps. We wrap it up with Where Am I? and Hugs.
This season has played out much differently than expected, but for those of us who are die hard Memphis fans, now is a chance to prove our devotion.
We’ve got a full house and they discuss the win over Portland that put the Grizzlies 2 games above .500 going into the All-Star Break. The guys then give their favorite member of the Bench Mob, discuss the performance of Josh Jackson, give Valentine’s advice and much more. Also, Ja Morant (a.k.a Headband 12) is awesome.
Great show today as we sit down with friend of the program and Assistant Director of Operations for Auburn men’s basketball, Mike Burgomaster. We also discuss Jon Rothstein’s new show titled “Stuffed.” We think it’s just him eating, watching film, talking to coaches and spewing his hilarious one liners so yeah… it’s must watch theater. We reminisce on some of our fondest Duke/UNC memories because this upcoming game has the potential to be a real stinker. Finally we end the program with Where Am I? and Hugs.
Shame on us. We forgot to celebrate our 50th episode. FIFTY! YEAH! *Polly Prince voice* We dive into the past week in college hoops that includes a HOT streak from the Rhode Island Rams. Butler and Auburn have had a tough 2 week stretch but their gutty wins on the road against Georgetown and Ole Miss respectively helps them avoid a potential tailspin. Coach K and Rick Barnes were angry. Very, very angry. One was justified in his anger and the other… not so much. Finally, we give our thoughts on Kobe Bryant.
Zak and Mason painfully remember the 40-point loss to Tulsa and the struggling offense before looking ahead to the matchup with SMU on Saturday. The guys close by predicting the rest of the Tigers conference games and give their thoughts on the rest of the season.
Oh wow, this is our 50th episode. Shocked that they let us get to this number but we’ll take it. We discussed the Kansas brawl, the Illinois stomp and apparently Subbi can’t pronounce the letter “u.” Then we revisit our preseason predictions and give them health grades. Lastly, we finish up with This Week In Theat and Hugs.
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail. That’s why we’re in the film room. Literally. We’re watching the Oscar nominated movies and we give our reactions to them thus far. We also talk about Subbi’s boots on the ground in DePaul and him getting owned by a fan in the row behind him. Baylor is the 7th #1 team in the country, Louisville makes Shark eat his words meanwhile Payton Pritchard makes Subbi and Taylor eat their words. Lotta eating, lotta crow. Dayton’s magical season continues courtesy of Jalen Crutcher and Providence gets a gut punch from Creighton. Also, we bid the question: Is Florida the most unpredictable team in the country? We round it out with Hugs and Where Am I?
We were kinda all over the map with this one.
We recapped the big items from the past week including the Shark being #done with BC, the best hashtags from mid majors, an INSANE shot from Ryan Daly of St. Joes and a new nickname for a Big 10 player.
We had to give love to Clemson and Baylor for exorcising demons on the road and Subbi thinks Baylor should be ranked #1.
We then talk about the arrogance of Wichita State, Louisville’s toxicity and a new medical condition in college basketball fandom: Remote Control Stress (RCS).
We end with Hugs and Where am I?
Zak and Mason discuss the Tigers recent performance against USF and talk Cincinnati. Memphis is going full speed into conference play and the guys give their thoughts on the season performance to date.