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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 11, 2015
In this edition, Robby Kalland comes on to chat about college football news and awards. He goes on plenty of rants about bowl cities and why awards are really stupid. We also chatted about Greg Schiano and Jeremy Pruitt getting defensive coordinator jobs at major institutions.
Dec 10, 2015
In this edition of the Game Theory Podcast, I chat with Draft Express's Mike Schmitz about a variety of topics related to scouting players for the NBA Draft. The majority of our time is spent on the Kentucky kids, including Skal Labissiere, Jamal Murray, Tyler Ulis and Isaiah Briscoe. Then, we chatted briefly about Vanderbilt's prospects as well as quickly touching on Caris LeVert's stock.
Dec 8, 2015
In this edition, Seth Partnow comes on and discusses the 76ers' upheaval in the front office, with Jerry Colangelo joining Sam Hinkie in the front office as Chairman of Basketball Operations. Can this situation last? Can they work together? Is this a PR stunt? A lot of questions still without many answers, so we chat about what we think the final result will look like.
Dec 4, 2015
In this edition, good friend of the program Robby Kalland comes on to discuss college football picks for Conference Championship week. We also do a bit of a deep dive into the year of Puntin', chatted about the hilarity that was TCU-Baylor, and also just generally had a good time discussing the landscape of college football.
Dec 3, 2015
In this edition of the Game Theory Podcast, Yahoo!'s Jeff Eisenberg comes on and chats about the teams we both saw at the Wooden Legacy this past weekend (Providence, Michigan State and Arizona), as well as the Big Ten-ACC Challenge. Also, Jeff notes that Oregon is a team to watch this year.
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