Ep: 016 -Bowl Season, Urban Meyer, Kendal Briles and Week 7 College Basketball Recap

On Episode 16, Clint and Greg continue the bowl season conversation by briefly looking at this weeks bowl games and predictions, we give our thoughts about Urban Meyer becoming Ohio State’s assistant AD after he retires as coach, we briefly look at the recent Offensive Coordinator hire at Florida State, then we  transition to what went down during Week 7 in the College Basketball AP Top 25 and then talk about the possibility of Duke having the first 3 NBA Draft picks on their team.…

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FSU is NOT Texas Southern

Today I look to see the number one seed, Xavier (29-5) to be tested. That wasn’t the case last game against a Texas southern team that frankly this writer thinks didn’t belong in this tournament. The highlight of the game was seeing Bill Murray and a coach argue with a man with spray paint hair. However, make no bones about it J.P Macura shot the lights out, against a shit team or not. I can’t wait to see him against Mfiondu Kabengele in the scoring department. Today should be a great match up and FSU is NOT Texas Southern, so look to have the number one seed pushed a bit harder.

Xavier comes out with Goodin, Bluiett, Kanter, Marshall, and …

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Seminoles Tomahawk Clemson’s Tigers

The FSU Seminoles struggled over a week ago on the road, losing to Georgia Tech and Syracuse, but earlier in the week they travelled to Miami for a victory and on Sunday, they hammered Clemson Tigers 109-61 in a thorough display of basketball prowess.

“Today was one of those days it seemed as though everything was going right for our team,” coach Leonard Hamilton said following the game. “Our guys were connected both defensively and offensively. We shot the ball very well and defended very well.”

The Noles were led by Dwayne Bacon’s 29 points, and all 13 FSU players scored in the game. As a team, FSU shot 66.1% from the floor, a school record for an ACC game. …

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