Eye on College Basketball Podcast: Recapping a fun Final Four
Gary Parrish sat down Wednesday with Matt Norlander and Jeff Borzello to look back, look ahead and discuss a number of issues within the sport of college basketball.
I sat down Wednesday with Matt Norlander and Jeff Borzello to look back, look ahead and discuss a number of issues within the sport. Among the questions raised:
- Why did Matt Norlander step on a homeless man on the Grassy Knoll?
- How about UConn winning a national title?
- What are we to make of Shabazz Napier taking aim at the NCAA?
- How significant is UMass guard Derrick Gordon coming out and becoming the first openly gay male Division I basketball player?
- How good will Kentucky be next season even with a bunch of expected departures?
Beyond all that, we discussed the awful news that Michigan State fan Lacey Holsworth died late Tuesday/early Wednesday. Just the worst, waking up to that story.
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