Eye on College Basketball Podcast: Cuse on top, Wisconsin and Pitt not
Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Jeff Borzello talk about Syracuse-Duke, the struggles of Wisconsin and Oklahoma State, Pitt's inability to beat quality opponents, how all of the schools ranked 15th to 40th are basically the same, and much, much more.
I sat down Monday with my colleagues Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander to look back, look ahead and discuss a number of issues in the sport. Among them:
- Why is Norlander so sad and lonely at a bar in LA?
- How awesome was it to be inside the Carrier Dome for Syracuse-Duke?
- Is it actually the proper approach for the Blue Devils to shoot lots of 3-pointers?
- Where are we on the Wichita State/undefeated talk?
- How much will Brandon Ashley's injury affect Arizona?
- Are the Wildcats still going to be a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament?
- What's up with Sam Dekker and Wisconsin?
- What's up with Marcus Smart and Oklahoma State?
- (Did OSU's Stevie Clark really urinate out of a window?)
- What's up with Pittsburgh losing every time it plays a good team?
Beyond all that, we got into a discussion about how the 4 seeds of the NCAA tournament won't look much different than the 9 seeds. And we finished this entire podcast without mentioning Andrew Wiggins once, which is a first, I believe.
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