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Best John Calipari podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best John Calipari podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Hosted by Hall of Fame basketball coach and bestselling author, John Calipari, Cal Cast is a weekly show with a focus on sports, leadership and achieving success. Each episode will feature a conversation between Coach Cal and a high profile guest from the world of sports, business or entertainment.
 
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For the second straight Monday, a No. 1-rated basketball recruit has proven skeptics wrong and announced a commitment to playing college basketball over more lucrative alternatives. On Monday, Emoni Bates made his choice to play for Michigan State, if and when he's eligible to do so. Bates is in the class of 2022 and has made no clear intention of …
 
Big-time college hoops news got the week going on Monday. No. 1-rated 2020 recruit Cade Cunningham announced he will stay at Oklahoma State for next season, despite the 2021 postseason ban the NCAA handed the school. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open the podcast with perspective and reaction, then get into the Big East's 21 minority assistants c…
 
And no, we're not talking about Leaky Black's 21st birthday, but that's big too and we want to acknowledge it as well. Eye on College Basketball' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever you listen to podcasts. Follow our hosts on Twitter: @GaryParrishCBS, @MattNorlander For more college basketball co…
 
If you thought the countersuit against Zion Williamson would fade away, you'd be wrong. This week, attorneys representing Gina Ford, Williamson's ex-agent, filed a new suit for consideration and cited text-message evidence and allegations regarding a wealthy home, and multiple luxury vehicles, both tied to the Williamson family during his time at D…
 
Kentucky football players marched in support of Black Lives Matter and are starting voluntary workouts on campus. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with UK football beat writer Josh Moore about that and more, including the chances of having college football in 2020. For more UK athletics coverage check out www.kentucky.com.…
 
Friday brought a real NCAA bombshell: Oklahoma State was served a one-year postseason ban for 2021 among a laundry list of other impactful charges, including fines, a loss of recruiting days and scholarships. Gary Parrish flies solo for this emergency episode, giving you quick analysis to what became the biggest story in college sports heading into…
 
A tragedy in Minneapolis -- the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer -- has catalyzed and sparked worldwide protest efforts to weed out systemic racism. College basketball and its leaders can be agents for true, overdue change in this country. Today's podcast focuses on the conversations Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander have had with coa…
 
Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talks to Kentucky.com political writer Daniel Desrochers about what it has been like covering state politics in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Daniel talks about Gov. Andy Beshear, Mitch McConnell's re-election race and how the HIV pandemic compares to this one. Check out his work at www.ken…
 
How about this: we’ve got a six-topic college hoops pod for you in late May in the middle of a pandemic. And it’s 70-plus minutes at that. Dive in. The pod opens with GP and Norlander discussing Mac McClung’s commitment to Texas Tech and offer up their thoughts on if he’ll be eligible next season or will sit until 2021. Then the guys touch on Patri…
 
We have encouraging news to pass along: many college basketball and college football players will be permitted to return to campus for social distance-aware workouts starting in early June. But first: the pod opens with the most urgent news of all. Both Gach is in the transfer portal. Then Parrish and Norlander get to discussing the first significa…
 
College basketball's had some interesting headlines the past few days, huh? A pandemic isn't slowing talking points or salaciousness in this sport, no way. Today's ep opens up with some quarantine catchup, which then segues into Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discussing a question Parrish asked this week: if professors aged 60-and-up are being adv…
 
Monday brought yet another big headline for college basketball. It's the offseason, coronavirus is still very much a threat to the United States, but the news cycle in college hoops will now slow. Louisville announced it had received its notice of allegations from the NCAA. There is one Level I allegation and a few more Level II charges, including …
 
Podcasts on back-to-back days because we love ya that much. On Thursday Wake Forest completed its five-day coaching-search process by deciding that ETSU caoch Steve Forbes will be the one to replace Danny Manning. This emergency pod is dedicated almost entirely to that, in addition to a potentially messy situation that awaits Wake Forest. It appear…
 
Wednesday was a historic day in NCAA history. The organization, through the power of its Board of Governors, announced that name, image and likeness legislation has been approved, with the vote going into action come January of 2021. There are obviously issues and criticisms, two of which stab at the heart of all of this, so Gary Parrish and Matt N…
 
Saturday morning brought a shock wave to college basketball: Wake Forest fired Danny Manning. We fired up the podcast machine to get an emergency episode to you. The show opens with reactions to Manning getting canned after six years, including an outrageous buyout that’s reportedly north of $15 million. Then Parrish and Norlander get to the four c…
 
We're now in a time that features a second-year coach of a WCC program beating out the likes of John Calipari and Chris Beard for the most coveted transfer on the market. Your Thursday Eye on College Basketball Podcast opens with Matt Haarms choosing BYU, then the guys get into Norlander's ranking of the 12 most impressive first-year coaches (10:15…
 
The 2020 NFL Draft starts Thursday, April 23. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay and Kentucky football beat writer Josh Moore discuss the Cincinnati Bengals No. 1 pick, Lexington product Jedrick Wills, UK prospects and whether there will be a college football season in the fall. For more UK athletics coverage visit www.kentucky.com.…
 
Jalen Green, who is almost universally regarded as a top-three prospect in the class of 2020, announced Thursday that he'll be skipping college and instead plans on playing in the G League next season (whenever next season arrives). He'll be paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $500,000 to do so. It's the most aggressive move the NBA has made to e…
 
Two projected top-five teams lost players to NBA draft declarations in the past couple of days: Creighton with Ty-Shon Alexander and Kentucky with Immanuel Quickley. Neither is a stunner, but both are expected to remain in the draft pool, which easily pokes both out of Parrish's way-too-early rankings. This pod opens up with some chatter on those d…
 
Davion Mintz, a graduate transfer point guard from Creighton, committed to the Kentucky basketball program on Friday, April 10, 2020. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with UK recruiting reporter Ben Roberts about Mintz and possible other additions to the Wildcats' roster for 2020-21. For more UK coverage visit www.kentucky.…
 
On Monday, CBSSports.com published Norlander's exhaustive look at the 101 best NCAA Tournament games since 1985, when the bracket expanded to 64 teams. This episode -- after some latest life updates to start -- gets into how the list was made, some favorite games, and some memories from GP. Hey, the season would have ended Monday night, so consider…
 
Our final awards episode discusses the winners for the Naismith Player of the Year in men's and women's basketball. There's a lot more as well, including an extended segment of Trivia Time! and thoughts on why a few draft-bound college studs might regrettably be taken lower than they should be. Eye on College Basketball' is available on Apple Podca…
 
On Thursday, the winners in men's and women's basketball for Naismith Coach of the Year were announced. This Thursday podcast with Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander has a discussion on the winners -- with a few Trivia Time! segments thrown in. The finalists for men's: Scott Drew (Baylor), Brian Dutcher (San Diego State), Anthony Grant (Dayton), Leona…
 
CBS Sports has exclusively teamed up with the Atlanta Tipoff Club to announce its biggest college basketball awards. On this episode, Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander reveal the winners in men's and women's college basketball for Defensive Player of the Year. You can see the winners unveiled for Coach of the Year and Player of the Year on Thursday a…
 
On Tuesday, the anticipated HBO documentary "The Scheme" premiered. It included wiretaps of Arizona coach Sean Miller and LSU coach Will Wade discussing pay-for-play schemes with former runner, and convicted felon, Christian Dawkins. There are many other aspects to the documentary that were interesting as well. This podcast is primarily dedicated t…
 
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has earned praise for his daily updates and handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with Herald-Leader news columnist Linda Blackford about what has made Beshear effective, and what this might mean for his political future. For more Kentucky political coverage visit …
 
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…
 
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