Two of The Ringer’s most overly obsessed basketball lovers, Mark Titus and Tate Frazier, from the hoop states of Indiana and North Carolina, talk through all the many happenings in the world of college basketball and beyond!
Kansas’s Big Problem, Pitino Settles, and Top Prospects With Sam Vecenie | One Shining Podcast
Titus is joined by The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie to discuss major NCAA allegations handed to Kansas and Bill Self, Rick Pitino settling his lawsuit with Louisville, Chuma Okeke refusing to sign his rookie contract with the Orlando Magic, top 2020 draft prospects, Sam’s wedding, and more!
One Shining Mailbag Episode | One Shining Podcast
Titus answers questions from the 'OSP' mailbag touching on the California bill that would allow players to be paid, the possibility of expanding the Top 25 rankings, the ideal CBB broadcast, storming the court, building the perfect basketball program, and more!
A Tate Frazier Requiem | One Shining Podcast
Titus and Kyle grapple with losing Tate, share some memories, and discuss the state of the podcast (rest assured, the show will go on).
This Is the End (of the Offseason): 15 Story Lines | One Shining Podcast
The guys review the seemingly endless NCAA basketball offseason and the story lines that carried us through to the preseason, including Zion's earthquake, NCAA sanctions, Mick Cronin, Juwan Howard, Purdue Day of Giving, R.J. Hampton, LeBron dunking on AAU, and more!
The Final Offseason Roundup Special | One Shining Podcast
The guys reconvene for their final offseason episode before the NCAA preseason starts. They talk Bob Cousy's Presidential Medal of Freedom, Doug Gottlieb's and Dan Dakich's comments on Andrew Luck's retirement, Syracuse allegedly playing man-to-man defense this season, Eric Musselman being at it again, Sister Jean's 100th birthday, and more!
The End of the Rich Paul Rule, a Return From Vacation, and Another Zion Story | One Shining Podcast
The guys discuss their "vacations," Michael Avenatti's story about Nike paying Zion Williamson, the "Rich Paul Rule," and more (4:00). Then they bring in Canadian correspondent Jordan Henry, a.k.a. "the Canadian Jon Rothstein," to discuss Carleton's unprecedented loss, arson (?), the FIBA World Cup, and more (36:35). Finally they close out the show with some shout-outs to Coach Calipari, Dickie V, BYU, Bob Knight, and more (48:50)!
Mark titus is a verbal wizard. Nuanced, brutally honest, journalistically integer; mark titus is a star. College basketball will never b the same now that he arrived.