To Foul Up Three or To Not Foul Up Three

Today on the show, Brad and Kevin dissect a wild week in college basketball. First, Brad rants about Providence electing not to foul up 3 and their loss to Georgetown. Then, plenty of analysis of Ole Miss’s great week, Duke’s comeback win, rough weeks for several top-25 clubs, and San Francisco’s tilt with Gonzaga. All that and so much more right here on the CBB Central Podcast.

Midseason Stock Watch

On today’s episode of the CBB Central Podcast, Brad and Kevin do a little CBB stock-watching, breaking down which teams they are buying, selling, and holding as we get towards conference play. We also break down the latest at UCLA and whether the Bruins should move on from Steve Alford at the midseason mark, as well as talk some of the biggest games of the week including SHU/SJU, UK/UofL, ILL/FAU, and WKU/Wisconsin.

Alford In Trouble, #1 Falls, Blue Devils Rally

Today on the show, Brad and Kevin break down the latest in a big week of college basketball, with analysis of Duke/Texas Tech, Buffalo’s two big games, Auburn and Kansas taking their first losses, and Kentucky looking like the team we thought they’d be in the preseason.

They also talk the UCLA job opening and whether Eric Musselman should take it if offered, plus some bonus talk on the Big East’s partnership with the Pan-Am Games and how a hypothetical roster could look.


Pac-12’s Struggles, Phinisee’s Magic, and More

Today on the show, Brad and Kevin delve deep into the week that was in college basketball, with analysis of Quade Green’s transfer, Villanova’s continued struggles, the Pac-12’s at-large prospects, and much more. They also pick winners of the Diamond Head Classic and the other big games of the week.

Podcast: Top 25 Breakdownv

Today on the show, Brad and Kevin walk through the top 25 and how they’d rank the nation’s best teams, allowing them to recap all the exciting action from this week in college basketball. We talk who should be #1, create tiers, and debate which teams should sneak into the back half of the top 25. They also submit their picks for the week as always.