With the tournament on the horizon, Matt breaks down the bracket
With just two weeks until Selection Sunday, Matt breaks down his latest top ten.
In the second episode the guys break down five different KU sports as well as the most exciting weekend in the NBA regular season. All music composed by Lucid Vision. Follow him on Twitter, @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his songs for free at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision
In the debut of the podcast ad-on to Jackson Long’s “10 at 10″ show on the Monday morning Good Morning KU, hosts Griffin Hughes and Nick Couzin break down a busy weekend of action for KU sports as well as where North Carolina great Dean Smith stands among the game’s best coaches. Music by Lucid Vision. For all his music, follow him on Twitter @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his music free at https://soundcloud.com/stream.
This week, Matt explores a much revamped top 10, and tackles the issue of Rasheed Sulaimon.
The ninth ranked Kansas Jayhawks travel to Fort Worth, Texas at 8 p.m. CT this evening to take on the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University.
The University of Kansas Jayhawks (15-3, 4-1) take on the Texas Longhorns (14-4, 3-2) Saturday at 1:00 p.m. in Austin.
10. Maryland Terrapins Maryland is the best team in college basketball that you’ve never heard of. Truthfully, I went back and forth and back and forth between who I wanted to put at this spot, between Maryland, Kansas, and Utah. I ruled out Utah since they completely looked out-manned against Arizona on Saturday, and Kansas has looked completely out-manned on TWO separate occasions this season, and one of them was to NIT-bound Temple. So naturally, I picked Maryland. The Maryland resurgence is also led by a player you may have never heard of, and that’s Melo Trimble. Trimble is essentially college basketball’s version of James Harden. He averages over 16 points per game on just over…
Wait, Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell STILL play college basketball? Matt breaks down his revamped top ten, with a new face in the mix, the Gonzaga Bulldogs.
The Jayhawks roll into Verizon Center on Wednesday coming off a season-defining 18 point comeback against the Florida Gators. Their opponent- the Hoyas of Georgetown- also beat those Gators, although they needed five extra minutes to do it. Georgetown is undefeated at home, though the four wins came against St. Francis, Texas A&M CC, Robert Morris, and Towson. They are just 1-2 in their last three: they lost to #2 Wisconsin and Butler, both close games, and both on neutral floors. In contrasts to Georgetown’s cold streak as of late, Kansas turned around after the embarrassing loss to Kentucky and has won five straight since then. Hoya big Joshua Smith, a senior transfer from UCLA,…