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This is the Internet's most entertaining and informative college basketball podcast. Host Gary Parrish brings the sport to your ears with guests who are smart enough to discuss various issues and topics.

Customer Reviews

I Really Want To Like This Podcast

Unfortunately, I've yet to make my way through an entire episode. Parrish barely lets the other two guys talk, and rambles on often times interrupting them when they try to make a point. The content is actually really good, and I like their insight on college basketball, but I just can't get past the annoying parts (lots of background noises and often times mic levels are off, which sounds small, but really takes me out of the podcast).

Norlander was the better host, without a doubt

I started listening early during the 2012-13 season, and it quickly became my top-priority podcast. This season, for whatever reason, Matt Norlander is no longer the host; Gary Parrish is, and I’m finding that I’m not as excited when I see a new episode.

Don’t get me wrong, Parrish is a great analyst and is incredibly knowledgeable about the sport. I’m just tired of hearing the same 5-6 arguments over and over. Yes, GP, we all know that you can explain every single pick from your Top 25 and 1, just like we are all well aware that you’ll take the field over any one player or team if you’re a betting man.

Norlander got to the meat of the show MUCH quicker than Parrish does, and it’s a shame how much “fluff" has been introduced with the new host.

Best Podcast for College Basketball

Show has improved dramatically since Norlander took over. A great podcast for the true college basketball fan. Refreshing to hear about many off-the-court topics in addition to the usual analysis.

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