Anti-one and done Villanova is great for college basketball
Villanova blew out Michigan in the NCAA Final, and did with a combination of experienced, mostly mid-level recruits. In a copycat world, Colin thinks Nova winning it’s second title in 3 years could cause other elite programs to rethink stacking their teams with mostly one and dones. The mantra in college basketball over recent years has been that experience doesn’t matter. Nova’s success proves that it does.
Warriors will win another title, despite not being overwhelming favorites
Vegas released its NBA title favorite odds, and for the first time in several years the Warriors aren’t the clear betting favorites to win it all. Even though Bovada has both the Warriors and Rockets listed as 6/5 favorites, Colin still gives the edge to Golden State.
The Warriors have been hit with late season injuries and slogged through an unremarkable regular season, which is common for teams that have made multiple title runs, but there’s no reason to think they won’t be locked in for the playoffs. They struggled down the regular season stretch last year, too, but soundly crushed everyone on their way to their second title in three years. There’s no reason to think they can’t do it again.
– Jim Mora shouldn’t be getting crushed over Josh Rosen comments
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 College Basketball Analyst is in-studio explaining why Villanova was so far superior to their competition; if they could change teams pursuing the one and done strategy; and why Jim Mora’s Josh Rosen comments are a problem.
Peter Schrager – Fox Sports NFL Insider joins the show to explain why the Josh Allen to Cleveland rumors have legs; landing spots for Josh Rosen; and why the Odell Beckham trade market isn’t on fire.
Rob Ryan – Longtime NFL defensive coordinator is in-studio discussing Jim Mora’s Josh Rosen comments; and why he’s not sold on Baker Mayfield as an NFL QB.
Corey Maggette – Former NBA player and Big 3 player is in-studio talking one and dones; why leaving Duke as a one and done was difficult; and his thoughts on the Spurs publicly calling out Kawhi Leonard.