While our point guard Subbi finds himself in the Grand Canyon, Taylor and the Shark take over the program with mild success as the Shark battles with his WiFi connection at a hotel in “deep” Minneapolis. We discuss the SEC’s continued troubles and Myles Powell’s continued success. After that the Shark and Taylor discuss their mutual hatred for AP Poll voters and how they make little to no sense at all. We cap it off with a couple warm hugs as the country steps into winter.
We head south to preview the SEC COY, POY and regular season champ. We went down a serious rabbit hole about Vanderbilt and got excited about Calipari’s early season interviews where he refers to his team as “kids” 24/7. Spoiler: Subbi think this conference stinks but Taylor thinks it will be a compelling season in the SEC. Then we round it out with our Starting 5 of favorite SEC players we watched (some absurd name drops) and Hugs.
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