West Virginia point guard Daxter Miles Jr. had quite a lot to say about the Kentucky Wildcats heading into their Sweet 16 matchup last night and Vinny was not a fan of the trash talk.
Daxter guaranteed a win over Kentucky saying that their 36-0 record becomes 36-1 after they face-off.
Drew Nicholas of the Big Ten Network joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Sweet Sixteen starting tonight.
We have a new fight on our hands in the college basketball world. The transfer epidemic.
Alaa Abdelnaby of the CBS Sports Network joined Ed and Steve to give his picks for the sweet sixteen of the NCAA Tournament.
The Lady Terps, led by head coach Brenda Frese, continue to dance after handing the Princeton women their only loss of the season.
Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joined Ed and Steve to review about the Men’s basketball season.
Craig Sager joined Ed and Steve to talk about Chideo and fighting to find a cure for leukemia, Gregg Popovich interviews, and the NCAA Tournament and what he thinks will happen the rest of the way.
Todd Ickow the voice of Valparaiso athletics joined Ed and Ken to talk about today’s game vs Maryland.
Baltimore Ravens’ VP of Communications and Public Relations Kevin Byrne continues a 10-year tradition he shares with Rob, breaking down the upcoming NCAA tournament brackets.
The NCAA Tournament got underway last night with the first two “First Four” match-ups. Hampton earned the right to play Kentucky on Thursday night and the bench got a little superstitious down the stretch.
Johnny Holiday recaps the Terps loss to Michigan State and looks at the path Maryland will have to take to the Final Four.