In case you’ve been living under a college football and/or NFL rock, this year’s college basketball season is just getting heated up. Teams across the country have been battling it out during conference play to get ready for the upcoming NCAA Tournament, which will begin March 13 with the First Four play-in games. To get you caught up on your favorite teams and for a look ahead at this year’s tournament field, here are some college basketball podcasts to listen to.
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball: Hosted by Gary Parrish, the CBS Sports Eye On College basketball podcast keeps you up to date with interviews with players, coaches and analysts, covering issues on and off the court. Some recent episodes include, “Nevermind: Kansas is gonna win the Big 12 after all,” “ The fairest outcome for Brian Bowen at South Carolina” and “ Richard Pitino has a lot of explaining to do.” Find it: https://apple.co/2DmUuUz
Three-Man-Weave: Hosted by three former basketball players, who never played beyond high school, the Three-Man-Weave podcast features Matt Cox, Ky McKeon and Jim Root discussing all things college basketball. Some recent episodes include, “Mailbag!” “The One Without a Clever Title” and “Preseason Awards.” Find it: http://three-man-weave.com/podcasts/
Courtside with Greenberg & Dakich: Longtime former coaches Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich give college basketball fans an all-access look inside the game of college basketball using their extensive inside knowledge. Some recent episodes include, “No Such Thing,” “Patrick Ewing Has The Floor” and “Blue Blooded.” Find it: http://www.espn.com/espnradio/podcast/archive/_/id/2689788
College Basketball Talk: NBC’s Rob Dauster hosts the College Basketball Talk podcast which features a look at everything happening around the college basketball world and includes weekly recaps of each conference, and recruiting news. Some recent episodes include, “Monday Overreactions,” “Jay Bilas and a weekend preview” and “Bonzie Colson’s injury.” Find it: https://art19.com/shows/college-basketball-talk