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Kansas Jayhawks are National Champions
That's a wrap on the 2021-22 men's college basketball season! Immediately following the Kansas Jayhawks victory in the National Championship, Andy chats on the court with MOP Ochai Agbaji, Remy Martin and Bill Self. Andy also ranks his Top-10 moments of the Tournament and catches a gracious Hubert Davis outside the locker room.
National Championship Bound
The 2022 National Championship is set - UNC vs. Kansas. After the Tar Heels stunned the Blue Devils, Andy caught up with Coach K to reflect on his final game. Andy also chats with Armando Bacot, Jay Wright and Bill Self in this Final Four special episode.
Final Four Preview with Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, UNC's Hubert Davis, Villanova's Jay Wright and Kansas' Bill Self
On site in New Orleans, Andy sits down with each Final Four head coach. Duke's Coach K talks about what it means to play in his Final Four finale, while North Carolina's Hubert Davis explains the magnitude of Duke and UNC meeting in the Tournament for the first time. Villanova's Jay Wright shares the emotions of the team after losing Justin Moore on the court and Kansas' Bill Self discusses Ochai Agbaji's impact for the Jayhawks.
Blue Blood Final Four is Set + Kansas’ Bill Self & Ochai Agbaji and Big Ten Network’s Robbie Hummel
Andy reacts to the Blue Blood Final Four - UNC vs Duke and Villanova vs Kansas. Fresh off their victory over Miami, Bill Self and Ochai Agbaji join Andy on the court in Chicago. Big Ten Network's Robbie Hummel talks about the Tournament thus far and looks ahead to New Orleans.
Sweet Sixteen Preview + Arkansas’s JD Notae and Providence’s Nate Watson
After a wild weekend, Andy reacts to the First and Second Rounds of the 2022 Tournament. With the Sweet Sixteen set, Andy ranks the teams in order. Arkansas’s JD Notae joins Andy to talk about the Razorbacks journey back to the Sweet Sixteen and the task at hand with Gonzaga. Providence’s Nate Watson talks Ed Cooley's leadership and the Friars' matchup with Kansas.
2022 Bracket Deep Dive + Baylor's Scott Drew
Ready for March Madness? After a full day to digest the 2022 Bracket, March Chadness makes his return to pick apart Andy's bracket, look at easiest paths and even create a 'Chaos Final Four.' Andy ranks his Top-10 fan bases in the first and second rounds. Reigning National Championship head coach Scott Drew joins Andy to discuss the path ahead for No. 1 seed Baylor.
Good but suggestion
I have listened to this podcast for a solid year now and have recently started to lose interest in the interviews. I would love it if a portion of the show could be more directed towards headlines, and big games or results. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge fan, but I am a little bit unimpressed by the lack of information on the actual game. If anyone else is like me you should check out the eye on college basketball podcast.
Be more critical on the picks segment
You guys act like every pick Andy makes is the perfect pick and then every pick he gets wrong everybody would have gotten it wrong. Show some disagreement and be more critical, the yes man approach to that segment is nauseating.
Update: How in the heck does Chad not challenge Andy when he said on a recent pod that he usually picks all the final 4 teams right and this is just an off year? Seriously? Andy is not Nostradamus
I ❤️ Andy Katz
I have always loved listening to Andy Katz on the Big Ten Network, so having a podcast hosted by him is pretty awesome. The material is current and very entertaining. My favorite part is when Katz does his weekly game predictions.
Great Podcast Andy! Keep it up!