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Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich give you an all-access pass inside the world of college basketball.

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Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich give you an all-access pass inside the world of college basketball.

    Born in Pressure and Dan Hurley Edition

    Born in Pressure and Dan Hurley Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with UConn head coach Dan Hurley to discuss starting his career as a high school basketball coach, coaching at a large public university versus a city school, getting the pro-sports treatment in Connecticut, retaining players with the transfer portal, failing publicly and the Hurley family coaching tree.

    Sardinia Vacation and Tommy Lloyd Edition

    Sardinia Vacation and Tommy Lloyd Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Dan’s appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Mark Emmert’s contract extension, if second-time transfers will create another issue in college basketball and Kevin Durant’s efficiency. Then, Seth talks to new Arizona head coach Tommy Lloyd about leaving Gonzaga, navigating relationships at a new school, his love of Italy, putting together his staff and the advice Mark Few gave him when he took the job.

    Hair Looks Good and Shaka Smart Edition

    Hair Looks Good and Shaka Smart Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast talking to new Marquette head coach Shaka Smart. They discuss his wild March that entailed four road games to close the regular season, winning the Big 12 tournament, losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and accepting the Marquette job. They also get into what’s it been like traveling to meet his team, re-recruiting Joey Rodriguez at VCU and Marquette’s passion for basketball.

    • 34 min
    Perpetually Hoarse and Chris Beard Edition

    Perpetually Hoarse and Chris Beard Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with Dakich discussing comments he made on radio after his friend Bobby “Slick” Leonard passed and Arizona hiring Tommy Lloyd. Then the guys talk to new Texas head coach Chris Beard about roster construction in the age of the transfer portal, putting together his staff, the plan for his first 100 days in Austin, changing the fan culture, his friend Shaka Smart and meeting his players who he previously coached against.

    • 45 min
    National Championship Recap Edition

    National Championship Recap Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast applauding the NCAA and the state of Indiana for pulling off an exciting tournament in the middle of a pandemic. Then the guys discuss Baylor’s domination of Gonzaga in the national championship, knowing Gonzaga had a problem from the first possession, Baylor doing whatever it wanted on offense, Davion Mitchell suffocating Corey Kispert, Scott Drew’s 18-year journey to the top of the sport and how much fun it was to watch Gonzaga chase a perfect season.

    • 30 min
    Final Four Recap and Championship Preview Edition

    Final Four Recap and Championship Preview Edition

    Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Gonzaga’s last second overtime win over UCLA, Jalen Suggs’ shot, the Bruins playing nearly a perfect game, Drew Timme taking a charge at the end of the game, Baylor playing its best basketball against Houston, if Davion Mitchell played himself into the lottery, if fatigue will be a factor for the Bulldogs, how the teams match up and their national championship picks. Plus, the guys talk about Porter Moser going to Oklahoma and Chris Beard to Texas.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
332 Ratings

332 Ratings

BKupferer ,

All COVID edition

They must have to talk about COVID for 25 min or they get fired. Fast forward 25 min to skip to basketball.

eruc solomita ,

David and Seth

Excellent podcast! Excellent

T24858 ,

Seems like the haven’t watched any games besides the ones the call. Totally useless

Meh

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