Mark Titus and Tate Frazier connect to review the week in college basketball, including Ohio State’s first Big Ten loss (10:50), Michigan falling to Purdue (13:35), Trae Young whiplash in Oklahoma’s win over Kansas (21:15), and UConn’s looming recruiting violations (32:25). Then they ask, “Do regular-season conference races matter anymore?” (40:45), before another wild edition of “Dirty Laundry” (48:20). They close out with some games to watch this week (1:08:30).
Mackey Magic and More Manager Dirty Laundry
Ohio State was handed its first in-conference loss. Plus, Trae Young and the Sooners notched another late-game rally against Kansas.
Johnny and Aneesa talk bog water and a savage carb-heavy eating challenge
Wednesday’s three-team trade may not shift the balance of power in the Western Conference, but it does spell the end of the Russell Westbrook experiment in L.A. and set the stage for the season’s stretch run
Jerry Ferrara on the Knicks, Raheem Mostert Talks Angry Runs, and How the Giants Close the Gap With Julian Love
The ‘Entourage’ actor joins to discuss New York sports
The guys talk Patrick Mahomes’s influence on the NFL and where Aaron Rodgers may play next season
The Midnight Boys discuss their favorite Black characters
Plus, car launch reactions and breaking down the latest news across the sport