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# 292: Deeper into the Rabbit Hole
T-minus one month until the month of all months arrives in the Year of the Big in the Year of the Rabbit.
It is, however, NOT the year of the A-10, one of many musings the men discuss on another hotly contested LIVE podcast production.
Intro (0:00) Root’s Roundup (8:20) Weave Saw That (23:20) Three Men Thoughts (34:00) Weekend Preview (1:03:00)
#291: Silent George
On this episode, the Weave gets back to its Wednesday ways and chops it up about a variety of topics. Those include: Green Bay abruptly canning Will Ryan, Kentucky's resurgence, Emoni Bates' monster night, Georgetown beating a power conference team, the Pac-12's bubble trouble, the current state of the college big man, TJD's Wooden candidacy, and oodles more!
(00:10) - Intro
(09:37) - Root's Roundup (News & Notes)
(20:44) - Weave Saw That
(30:30) - Three Man Thoughts
(57:68) - Weekend Preview
#290: Engaging Road Trips
The Boys are back a day or two late for another spectacular episode. Topics include: Ole Miss, Notre Dame job, Gonzaga, UConn, Auburn, the SEC as a whole, Ky's road trip, and predicting the future!
(0:00) Intro + Reviews/Discussin
(12:25) Root's Roundup (News & Notes, Notre Dame)
(23:18) Weave Saw That (Zags, UConn, JMU, Crazy Results, Charleston, & more!)
(34:40) Three Man Thoughts (Auburn, Iowa State, Creighton, Boise, SEC, Houston, Road Trip, UConn, & more!)
(1:02:45) Weave Know the Future (UCLA/Zona, Bama/Mizzou, TCU/KU)
#289: Blues in the Bluegrass State
South Carolina got zero credit for beating Kentucky, and we pile on the Wildcats' unfortunate turn of events this season - not that other blue bloods don't have blood on their hands either...
That, and much much more, in a well woven web of thorough thoughts throughout!
>>> Intro (0:00)
>>> Root’s Roundup (7:00)
>>> Weave Saw That (20:45)
>>> Three Man Thoughts (27:45)
>>> Game Previews (1:02:10)
#288: 2023 and Weave
A new year is here, but the Weavers haven't gone anywhere! We're back with another weekly episode to discuss the NCAA Tournament potentially going to 90 teams, offense vs. defense in the Big Dance, mid-major darlings, and teams trending way up or way down since the start of December. Plus, other news tidbits in Root's Roundup, Weave Saw That featuring Michigan (bad) and Kansas State (good), and three weekend game previews. No resolutions here, just cold hard content.
(0:10) - Intro (Reviews, Updates)
(8:38) - Root's Roundup (News and Notes)
(20:33) - Weave Saw That (Shocking Results)
(30:44) - Three Man Thoughts
(1:00:02) - Game Previews (UK at Bama, KU at WVU, Houston at Cincy)
#287: Calm Before the Storm
The Weave regroups after a fun and festive holiday weekend. College basketball is back from its hiatus and conference play heats up soon. We dive into many topics on this lovely pod including a revision of our Final Four picks. Subscribe to our YT Channel to watch our pods LIVE every week!
(3:08) Root's Roundup (News & Notes)
(12:05) Weave Saw That! (Iowa, VT, Mizzou, & more!)
(20:26) Three Man Thoughts (Creighton, AP Poll, Hawaii, Final Four, & more!)
(1:00:53) Weekend Preview (OU v. Texas, UConn v. Xavier, & Arizona v. ASU)
Best CBB podcast
Started listening back when the Zags beat Duke in 2019 and have never missed an episode ever since! Got 2 questions:
1) I am doing a project talking about who would have won the 2020 NCAA tournament if it happened? Can I use your final bracket for this project and ask each of your opinions on the matter?
2) St. Mary’s is crushing opponents while my Zags have been in close affairs seemingly every game. Which is more likely to happen on Saturday: the Zags win by less then 2 possessions or St. Mary’s wins by at least double digits?
As always keep up the great work!!!!
Best show in the college basketball realm
How much confidence should I have in the Isaac Brown era for Wichita State? The defense is humming and guys like Craig Porter can be building blocks for a successful future, but I just don’t know if there’s the same eye for talent like Marshall had operating the same system.
Looking for love in February
Thanks for the continued broad coverage of the sport. This is the best in-depth coverage of CBB & it's not close. Also love Best Bets from Field of 68. After 2017, 2019, 2020, & 2022, Marquette fans are used to getting high on a team only to see them slide in February. I know you love the offense (I tried to tell you in October they were the better Creighton) but from a neutral vantage, is their chase for a Big East title sustainable?