Taylor again takes the mic and goes iso on the first episode of the new year. The episode begins with some thoughts on the NCAA’s official announcement of the tournament being held in the Indianapolis metro area. From there we bring in Palmer Yoakum to discuss Kentucky basketball, their struggles this year and where they go from here. Plus we get to hear about some behind the scenes moments in Big Blue Nation. After our interview, Texas is highlighted as the team of the week along with Iowa’s rise back to the top five. The episode rounds out as we take a look at why Washington basketball is so bad and then look ahead to a few of the week’s best matchups. Taylor ends the show with a hug for the listeners and reminds everyone that no man is a failure who has friends…and no podcast is a failure who has listeners. Happy New Year theatergoers!
It’s 2021. 1.9MM are killed by a deadly virus.
Podcasters are free to roam the earth and talk 1995’s sci-fi bizarro tour de force from Terry Gilliam.
– Grizzlies fall to Lakers in Marc Gasol’s return home
– Player and team trends so far this season
– We provide an update on where the Grizzlies record stands compared to our pre-season predictions to this point
– Many minutes were spent lamenting the ambiguity of the Grizzlies’ injuries
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Destiny? Fate? Love across the continent? No, it’s just In the Can. The CHIEF is joined by his wife to talk this 1993 romantic comedy classic
Saddle up on your tauntauns, we’ll SEE YOU IN HELL as we talk the 40th anni of the sci-fi fantasy classic (and possible best sequel ever)!
Ho Ho Ho, wishing you a very TICHY Christmas! Before we dive into the roast beast we dive into our new cult hero, Adam Kunkel and his game winning 3 against Marquette. Then we discuss Coach Cal’s twitter post essentially dismissing Cam Fletcher. Staying in the coaching circle, we talk Penny Hardaway’s extension with Memphis. Then we look at last week and talk Gonzaga vs. The Field and how nobody seems to care that Michigan State got embarrassed by Northwestern. Subbi delivers an impassioned/borderline psychotic speech highlighting the stark difference between the NCAA basketball selection committee and the College Football Playoff committee. Then we end it with Gamblin & Griswold, Friday Bracketology & Hugs.
In this installment of the Backdoor Cut Show, the guys discuss what they liked in the Grizzlies’ preseason games against the Hawks. They also give their over/under predictions for the ENITRE NBA. It’s such a special show that we’ve broken it down into two parts, just for you.
It’s Turbo time… for capitalistic satire and Ahghnold
Back with another edition of TICH and we dive into the week that was. First we explore Coach K’s Covid comments (alliteration for ya) and we have takes ranging from him being a hypocrite all the way to him being a politician. Then we discuss Marquette’s toughness and their solid start to the year. Know who else is having a solid start to the year? Luka Garza. Just joking he’s having a scorching hot start. We touch on his virtuoso performance against Iowa State. Then we try and figure out what’s going on in Lexington because Kentucky stinks. We also look ahead to some scrumptious games and give out some winners (probably losers) in Gamblin’ & Griswoldin.’ Finally we wrap it up with Friday Bracketology and a repeat Where Am I?
The Backdoor Cut crew is joined by Shawn Coleman (@StatsSAC), host of Locked on Grizzlies and contributor for Grizzly Bear Blues, to discuss the preseason opening win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. We marvel at Ja Morant’s efficiency and go through the roster to give our thoughts on each player’s performance and overall team performance on both ends. We wrap it up by discussing who has caught our eye around the league, before giving Grizzlies season predictions.