Nothing But Net is now coming to you twice a week, and what better way to kick it off than with the gentleman known as Seedy K, the Culture Maven, or simply c d kaplan. That’s right, the father of rumor and innuendo joins Nothing But Net to share his Freedom Hall memories, and to talk about the game we love—college basketball. With only one U of L game remaining at this legendary arena, c d will share his memories about the home to the Cards for over 50 years, and offer insights into this year’s Cards basketball team. We’re sure he’ll have lots more to share with you. Mr. kaplan is our favorite sports blogger, and he’s sure to be yours, after you join Matt and Mark, and our very special guest c d kaplan, for volume two of this week’s Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball webcast—the one with the beats!
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- Posted by adminFebruary 26
That’s Day of Reckoning, for non-Spanish speakers. And it’s drawing nigh quickly. We could say for many teams, the remaining games are for all the marbles, but it’s only 65 that count. UConn and U of L from the Big East are playing for their NCAA tourney lives. UK is fighting for a number one seed in the NCAA tourney, but experience and maturity may be significant obstacles. Kansas has all those elements going for them, and now appear to be a lock for the overall number one seed. But it’s college basketball, and anything can happen. Ask players at the University of Texas, or Georgetown University; brilliant reputations or fast starts can disappear overnight. And how real are teams like New Mexico or Gonzaga—is the current perception of basketball out West merited? Join Matt and Mark and get prepared for the annual wild finish to the NCAA basketball regular season. And the glory of the conference and NCAA tournaments. Join us for this week’s Nothing But Net—the thinking person’s basketball podcast, with the beats!
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- Posted by adminFebruary 24
Everybody has at least one record that they return to time and time again, when things get stressful or when you’re just craving the familiar. What’s your “comfort record,” the one you keep coming back to?
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