College Basketball Podcast: Can Kansas climb back and win the Big 12 this time?
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss KU, Kevin Stallings' comments and Bonzie Colson's injury
On the Eye on College Basketball podcast last weekin the Big 12 race. Then . And now I'm more sure than I was before. So Matt Norlander and I discussed the Jayhawks, and the Big 12 race, at the top of this episode of the Eye on College Basketball.
Norlander still believes KU will get it done.
But I'm not sure what he's basing that on other than history.
So we spent 17 minutes on that subject before turning our attention, at the 17:18 mark, to NCAA Tournament? Norlander said no. I said yes.. Will it also cost Notre Dame a trip to the
Next we focused onlate Tuesday. Was it a good comeback to a heckler or something the Panthers' coach should be above? We discussed it from multiple angles at the 27:43 mark -- and I explained why I don't think it's fair or right for coaches to rationalize poor rosters and teams by saying, "Hey, what do you want from me? I'm not cheating like everybody else." Simply put, I believe that's a lame card to play. Because it implies every good program cheats. And I just don't think every good program is out there cheating to be good. Some are, obviously. But not all.
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