College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein podcast

College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein

Compass Media Networks

Get the inside take on College Hoops. Jon lives and breathes college basketball providing him access to breaking news and insights. Every week the podcast will deliver compelling story lines of college basketball along with interviews, game picks, and scoops!

250 Episoden

  • College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein podcast

    Episode 319 - UCONN's Dan Hurley

    UCONN's Dan Hurley knows the expectations are high for the Huskies this year but enjoys the enthusiasm around campus. What has been behind their 8-1 start? Maturing as a head coach. With some key players out, who steps up? The next great UCONN wing? Painting inside the lines. Respecting the Big East. Jim Calhoun's presence. And besides, health, what are the biggest keys to success this season? Plus, a monumental win for Alabama. And watch out for Arizona!
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    Episode 318 - Ohio State's Chris Holtmann

    Ohio State's Chris Holtmann is happy with the Buckeyes' performance to start the season considering they've not been at full strength. Why early growth is key to a successful season. Updates on Eugene Brown, Justice Sueing and Seth Towns. How has EJ Liddell's position change gone? Not ignoring their tournament ending loss to Oral Roberts. Why it's an honor to play Duke and Coach K in his last season. Discussing a tough Big Ten Conference. And keys to a successful season for Ohio State. Plus, how elite is this year's Duke squad?
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    Episode 317 - Loyola Chicago's Drew Valentine

    Loyola Chicago's Drew Valentine loves the championship mindset the Ramblers have shown so far. What are the biggest keys to a successful season? How playing without Cameron Krutwig has led to a more guard-centric, faster paced system. Recruiting back his Super Seniors. Who jumps out from the newcomers? Making the move to the Atlantic 10. Raising the profile of the program. The importance of not only developing a players game but mind as well. And why it's all about playing confident offense. Plus, hats off to Purdue's start and can St. Bonaventure run the table in the A-10?
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    Episode 316 - Nebraska's Fred Hoiberg

    Nebraska's Fred Hoiberg knows there are high expectations on this year's Cornhuskers team and the time to deliver is now. Why they must be at their best after suffering an early season set back. The power of home court advantage. The importance of making the right play. Why they must take care of the ball and rebound in order to be successful. Seeing the confidence grow in Bryce McGowens. And is the rivalry game against Creighton a must win? Plus, the buzz is palpable for the start of the season! What an opening weekend as UCLA comes back on Villanova and Drew Timme puts on a show for Gonzaga.
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    Episode 315 - Michigan State's Tom Izzo

    Michigan State's Tom Izzo loves the challenge of opening the season with a tough national tournament. Why it's an honor and a privilege to kick off the season at Madison Square Garden. What's his current assessment of the Spartans? Why transfers make this season interesting. The deeeeeep Big Ten. Another star wing in the making? Why he was encouraged by the end of last season. And how much difference does a year make? Plus, the season tips off this week! Games to watch and UCLA brings back all 5 of their starters, are they the team to watch this year?
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    Episode 314 - Alabama's Nate Oats

    Alabama's Nate Oats knows the Crimson Tide have set high expectations after last season's Sweet 16 appearance. How can they avoid a let down and maintain their high level of play? Strong point guard play is key. Can they step up and play consistently on both sides of the ball? Why he's looking to Jahvon Quinerly for a leadership jump. Who steps up from the newcomers? Who makes an impact as a returnee? Who taught coach his style of play? Could the deep SEC see 8-9 tournament teams? And why a tough early schedule makes for a better team late. Plus, should the NCAA consider adding a 3rd exhibition game?
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    Episode 313 - Arkansas' Eric Musselman

    Arkansas' Eric Musselman led the Razorbacks to the Elite 8 last season, what can we expect this year? Which one of this returnees makes the biggest jump? Any newcomers catching his eye yet? The key to blending talent. How did he get the program heading on an upward trajectory so quickly? How the depth and talent in the SEC was upgraded this offseason. Who will step up and be the leader at point guard for the Razorbacks? And why family is most important thing in this world. Plus, we continue to inch closer to the start of the season and Jon details his Texas trip.
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    Episode 312 - Virginia's Tony Bennett

    Virginia's Tony Bennett starts on the journey to build continuity amongst his new team. Thoughts on not returning a double digit scorer. Keys to regaining defensive stinginess. Navigating the new landscape in college basketball. Why you need results now from transfers. The passing of the coaching guard in the ACC. And why you can't let the quest for a national championship consume you. Plus, Jon's travel updates.
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    Episode 311 - Baylor's Scott Drew

    Baylor's Scott Drew is seeing a few more smiles and Baylor jerseys around town after leading the Bears to a National Championship. What will they do for an encore? Why being efficient and effective is key to dominance. Does he feel any different after winning the title? Being the hunted vs the hunter. Why he's excited about what could be with this year's team. And why injuries, chemistry and leadership are factors for success. Plus, why it's business as usual for Villanova. Boeheim's in the back court at Syracuse? And why the St. John's role players could determine their ceiling.
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    Episode 310 - Villanova's Jay Wright

    Villanova's Jay Wright has had a great summer. Winning a Gold medal with Team USA Basketball and being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Is the two-time National Champion head coach thinking about a third? Why his veteran lead team may help him, and Villanova do just that. But they will have to get through a grueling non-conference schedule first... And then there is the Big East. Could they see up to 6 teams in the tournament? How will he balance minutes with 5th year seniors Collin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels with the Justin Moore's ascension? How much longer does he plan to coach? And is it imperative his eventual successor be from the Villanova family? Plus, Jon reports back form his Mid-West adventures. And why Las Vegas, Nevada will be the College Basketball epicenter in late November.

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