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Updated March 2020
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As you continue to quarantine, we continue to give you loaded podcasts to help you get through your days and nights. This episode opens with an admission from Parrish, and then an unexpected digression from he and Norlander about more past experiences and memories from the NCAA Tournament. It's 30 minutes of distraction we think you'll like, and th…
 
Did ya miss us? Don’t worry, we’ve got another beefed-up pod to help you get through your days as we all continue to adjust to life in this historic time. This ep opens with some anecdotal personal touches from Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander, then a few quick headlines on what’s going on in the sport (11:30) before a complete dissection of Parrish…
 
Yes, we're dreaming of what could be, just like you. This was supposed to be one of the best days of the year: the start of the first round of the tournament. The noon tips, dinnertime buzz and late-night almost- or sure-fire upsets. Alas. But the Eye on Pod is here for you. This episode opens with some quarantine updates -- and tourney thoughts --…
 
We hope you’re holding up well, and safely, amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. This podcast isn’t going anywhere. This ep opens with some general chatter from Parrish and Norlander about what home life has been like since the NCAA Tournament was canceled, and then they get to some college hoops chatter. After leaving a slight crack of the door op…
 
College basketball got a jolt in the arm after its season dramatically was cut short earlier this week. On Saturday afternoon, Matt Norlander broke the news that Rick Pitino would be heading back to college basketball. Less than two hours later, Iona officially named Pitino as its next coach. Eye on College Basketball' is available on Apple Podcast…
 
Thursday, March 12, 2020. A day that will live in college sports infamy due to the necessary/unprecedented action of canceling not only the Divions I men’s basketball tournament, but all NCAA-sanctioned events for the remainder of the academic year. Sports as we know it are on hiatus for at least a month. It is an odd time. There is so much to disc…
 
Another emergency podcast in your feeds to keep you updated on all the latest with how the coronavirus virus is severely affecting the sports world. This is a solo show from Gary Parrish, recorded after the NBA decided to suspended its season following Rudy Gobert testing positive for COVID-19. We've seen the pros course of action, how will the NCA…
 
Your Wednesday night emergency podcast deals exclusively with the news that the NCAA has decided to not allow fans to attend its NCAA tournaments for men's and women's basketball. Will we see sites moved? Will it affect how the bracket is seeded? All of that and much more is covered. NOTE: This podcast was recorded and published before the NBA seas…
 
Will the coronavirus, and concerns surrounding the widespread disease, cause more conference tournaments to ban fans -- and are we headed for the NCAA Tournament without paying customers in the stands? Parrish and Norlander explain why they believe the answer to that question is yes. This episode begins with a lengthy discussion on the questions, f…
 
CBS Sports’ official college basketball podcast is the most entertaining and informative of its kind. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander bring the sport into your ears three times per week with commentary, reporting, insider information and statistical analysis throughout college basketball all year long. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
College basketball's final Saturday of the regular season was led with the first two of what will be 68 teams into the NCAA Tournament. Congrats to Utah State and Belmont for officially earning their way in. This special Sunday morning podcast touches on 20-plus games/results on a loaded Saturday, the first 45 minutes of which involve Gary Parrish …
 
We’re giving you a little early present for the weekend: the Friday pod late on a Thursday night. This ep opens with Big East chatter and predictions for the weekend, then heads right for Kansas (14:20) and its formal response to the NCAA for its notice of allegations. Parrish and Norlander turn their attention to the SEC, how many bids and where t…
 
It's a special loaded hump day edition of the pod. Tuesday night brought a litany of interesting stories, big results and major talking points. The ep leads with Kentucky folding shockingly against Tennessee, then delves into all things Big Ten (11:15), including Rutgers' ever-intriguing NCAA Tournament case after it beat Maryland. The Terps are in…
 
More than 10 ranked teams fell over the weekend, including Maryland’s first home loss of the season, which came to Michigan State. Since Norlander as on the scene, he and Parrish open on that and have a hefty discussion on the teams before moving on to Kentucky (26:30) beating Auburn, UCLA (36:30) continuing one of the most unpredictable in-season …
 
UCLA’s last-second win vs. Arizona State was a great thing that capped off a good night for the Pac-12. You bet the weekend-preview pod starts with some West Coast love. The guys touch on the Bruins, Mick Cronin quickly catching up to John Wooden and USC getting past Arizona before moving on to Big Ten (20:40), which includes Maryland’s come-from-b…
 
Duke has now taken losses to at least three teams, and maybe four, that will not make the NCAA Tournament. Tuesday night's L to Wake Forest probably eliminated the Blue Devils' chances at 1 seeds in back-to-back years. The pod opens on that, and Wake, and then gets to Norlander's story and reporting on how the Big Ten (20:00) went from just-OK to t…
 
No. 3 Kansas will become No. 1 Kansas when the polls update Monday. Norlander, back from Waco, recaps the scene and details with Parrish the good from a huge matchup just about matching the hype. The guys have plenty to discuss after that weekend, though, so BYU, Gonzaga and Maryland (29:20) all get some run before it’s time to discuss San Diego St…
 
Matt Norlander is in Waco for No. 3 Kansas at No. 1 Baylor. The Friday preview pod opens with GP and Norlander looking at Duke’s chances of still getting a No. 1 seed despite losing at NC State — with some NC State thoughts too! — before moving on to give a hearty, reported-out preview of KU-Baylor (21:30). The guys close with a long look ahead to …
 
John Beilein has parted ways with the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to a report late Tuesday night from ESPN. Obviously Beilein becomes the No. 1 coaching target in college, but what are the chances he wants to return to choops? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open with their theories on that, then get to some of the biggest items from Tuesday nig…
 
We are less than four weeks away from Selection Sunday. It’s going to be here before you know it, so this episode looks both at where we are now and where things could stand in a month. Parrish and Norlander open with an extended discussion on Maryland, Michigan State, the Big Ten and Anthony Cowan being a former D-III recruit. From there, well, wh…
 
A lovely Friday podcast for you starts with a little Valentine’s talk from Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander, and then a deeper dive into the top of college basketball. No great teams this season? We could easily find out that's not the case. Check the stats. Then it's time to talk: BYU! (23:10). The Cougars have been cruising as a top-20 KenPom team…
 
The Nittany Lions are 19-5, second in the Big Ten and on track for a No. 4 seed. Yes, the pod opens with Pat Chambers' guys after their seventh straight win came Tuesday night. There is some Big Ten chatter and NCAA Tournament forecasting mixed in (10:00) before an examination of the top freshmen in college hoops (20:00) and how that lack of talent…
 
Duke's 98-96 overtime win at North Carolina on Saturday night was one of the wildest conclusions to one of the most memorable games of this season and obviously in the 100-year history of that rivalry. We can start nowhere but there -- but hey, we hope you love that intro Norlander put together. After a lot of Duke-UNC talk, Parrish and Norlander g…
 
The New York Knicks hiring two men closely associated with John Calipari has inevitably brought back discussion over whether this means Cal could really -- for real this time -- leave Kentucky for the NBA. But the question most aren't asking is: what about Gary Parrish to the Knicks? The latest information is addressed at the top of the pod, then t…
 
Michigan State's second straight loss, which came Tuesday night, has Spartans fans pressing. This ep opens with assessing MSU's biggest issues and gets into the Big Ten race. From there, the guys discuss Norlander's piece on college players who wear No. 24 because of Kobe Bryant (20:30), including an explanation as to why no one wears No. 8. Do you…
 
Auburn beat Kentucky, boosting its credentials in the process. The ep opens with a litany of thoughts on those Tigers and Cats, and Bruce Pearl, and then moves along to the Big East (21:00) having three ranked teams lost at home to unranked teams on the same day for the first time ever. The guys mix in a good Trivia Time (shouts to Kyle Boone) at 3…
 
Ohio State's D.J. Carton announced Thursday that he was taking time away from basketball to improve his mental well-being. The episode starts with Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander applauding his decision, and making the distinction between what happened here vs. the Kobe King sever at Wisconsin. You can't accuse this podcast of bias against the West…
 
Wisconsin just had one starter quit the team and another get suspended for a crotch punch. That's how the pod opens. Then Parrish and Norlander get to Coach K going ballistic (22:30) on the Cameron Crazies, and a theory as to why he did -- and then some amusement at Krzyzewski's suggestions for some new chants for the students to use. There is also…
 
There is college hoops to discuss, but we can only start with our shock and reaction Kobe Bryant, his daughters and others dying in a helicopter crash. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open the podcast with a somber but direct discussion, reacting in real time to the near-unbelievable news that came about on Sunday. There is plenty of college hoops …
 
Come on in. This Friday ep starts with some discussion on Indiana beating Michigan State in a gripper on Thursday night, and wanders into some larger Big Ten discussion. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander then assess their level of concern over three slumping teams (15:30): Butler, Memphis and Ohio State. Suspensions were handed down for Kansas and Ka…
 
A carryover conversation from Tuesday's overnight emergency pod, this episode extends the conversation with many thoughts from Parrish on the K-State/Kansas fight. NOTE: this podcast was recorded shortly before Bill Self announced Silvio De Sousa was indefinitely suspended, so there is no direct reference to that. After the K-State/Kansas discussio…
 
On Tuesday night, Kansas State and Kansas players were involved in a donnybrook that spilled into the stands and provided an ugly look for college basketball. Suspensions are forthcoming, but reaction is now. Here's a quickie pod to hold you over before the regular Wednesday edition publishes later in the day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
Eight ranked teams took losses over the weekend. This podcast is stacked with a look at the landscape of the sport, starting with Louisville dishing Duke its second straight loss. From there, where else to go but Rutgers and the Big Ten (14:00)? We've got some Trivia Time! to get to as well. Speaking off: Vanderbilt (30:30) had its 1,080-game strea…
 
On Wednesday night, South Carolina beat Kentucky at the buzzer, paying homage once more to Gamecock legend Devan Downey. There is no other place we could start then there. What's more, Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander touch on Gonzaga (11:00) for a quick minute before getting to Cole Anthony essentially promising he'll soon return to play for UNC (1…
 
Hump day edition of the pod opens with Clemson's win over Duke, combined with some thoughts on why predictive metrics still have the Blue Devils at No. 1 and how that runs counter to proper ranking protocol. From there, the guys get to discussing the ethical matters of whether it's right to fire a coach midseason (21:00), then get to mailbag questi…
 
This episode opens with Norlander's playful revenge on Parrish, after Baylor proved him correct by winning at Kansas for the first time in school history. Oh, there is a roll call. The guys then get to discussing the compelling debate between Gonzaga, Baylor and Duke for No. 1 status. From there, of course a few words on Clemson (22:00) ending the …
 
On Thursday, Matt Norlander revealed his latest power rankings, and to the surprise of many a confused Kansas fan, he put the Jayhawks seventh. Gary Parrish most definitely does not approve. So what gives? Norlander explains, then the guys get to North Carolina's nosedive (15:00) into one of the worst seasons in school history and Cole Anthony's fu…
 
Rutgers basketball is on the loose. The Scarlet Knights have their best start in four-plus decades and could make the NCAA tourney for the first time in almost 30 years. Why not start there? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander then get to some other weirdness: Boston College over Virginia (9:30) and springboard that convo to one about the stinky ACC ov…
 
On Sunday, Michigan State got a career-high 32 points from Cassius Winston en route to a dominating and convincing win over Michigan. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open on that game with extended thoughts on Sparty and Winston. Then they get to some stats and chatter about the two unbeaten teams still standing (12:00), 13-0 Auburn and 15-0 San Di…
 
On Thursday night, the Pac-12 had centerstage in college hoops. Colorado beat Oregon and UCLA won at Washington. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open on those games, then get into a Trivia Time! that goes sideways in a hurry. They also touch on Bill Self (18:30) commenting on Seth Greenberg's "bold prediction" that Self will leave Kansas for San An…
 
The first episode of 2020 of the Eye on College Basketball Podcast leads with a little NYE chatter, then gets into Butler and the Big East (5:00), which might be the best league in America and certainly enters the new year set up to get at least five bids for the NCAA Tournament. The guys also discuss a most unlikely to close out 2019 (16:00) and g…
 
The guys have a loaded pod, as always. It starts with some UCLA talk off the top; did you realize the Bruins took their worst loss of the KenPom era over the weekend? Also on tap: Kentucky over Louisville (16:30), West Virginia’s return thanks to its win over Ohio State (24:00), some chiding of Stanford (36:00) after it failed to show vs. Kansas — …
 
College basketball has a solid schedule on a weekend that will be highlighted by the college football playoff and the final week of the NFL's regular season. On today's ep, Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open with some extended thoughts on their year-in-review ep from earlier this week, then get to a report that has some NBA personnel believing Co…
 
We won't spoil the list. You've got to tune in to listen and find out. Plus: we've got mailbag questions as well. And, given the time of year, a nice bed of holiday tunes to keep you cozy throughout one of our three longest episodes of 2019. Come in from the cold for awhile, cozy up with Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander and relive much of what made …
 
Is it actually true that college hoops has no great-great players this season? Bill Self and Jay Wright think so. This hour-long ep opens with some empirical evidence -- and an engaging discussion -- why that is the case but why this shouldn't be the new normal for college hoops. Then Parrish gets to Ohio State beating Kentucky (23:00) in the CBS S…
 
We’ve got a loaded weekend pod for you. The first 25 minutes are an even deeper dive on James Wiseman’s decision to leave Memphis, and then it’s on to Kentucky (28:30) — but also Both Gach! Then Parrish and Norlander touch on Michigan State losing Josh Langford (41:00) and Seton Hall’s ugly but needed home win over Maryland before laying out exactl…
 
Two emergency pods in one week for you. Because we love you, listeners. James Wiseman left college basketball and the University of Memphis on Thursday. This episode features Matt Norlander riffing in real time for 20 minutes as the news filters out. But fear not: He and Gary Parrish will lock up again on the next episode and further dissect this s…
 
Kentucky's been off the national radar the past three weeks, but with UK playing its next two games in Las Vegas, it's time to circle back on the Wildcats an offer a mid-December assessment. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander talk Cats and then Tigers -- Auburn -- (15:00) before breaking into the listener mailbag (27:00), which is ideally informative …
 
North Carolina announced Tuesday, less than 30 hours before its game at Gonzaga, that Cole Anthony had surgery for a torn meniscus in his right knee. He'll be out 4-6 weeks. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss how this affects UNC in the short-term and longterm, including the real possibility that UNC will miss the NCAAs for just the second tim…
 
What a busy weekend we had. Norlander was in Tucson, so the episode opens with Parrish and him talking about Gonzaga's win at Arizona, with some reporting about both schools, including what makes Gonzaga's run to 11-1 all the more impressive. From there, GP lays out Oregon's OT win at Michigan (21:30), then an appreciation of Memphis (30:00) outpac…
 
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