The College World Series begins and the pair of Vandy aces could cement their legacy alongside other great pair of college teammates.
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Future Duke Men's Basketball Coach Jon Scheyer joins the show to talk about following in Coach K's footsteps. Rick DiPietro joins to talk about the Gerrit Cole situation, and the Islanders Stanley Cup hopes. Also, 1990 World Series Champion Rob Dibble weighs in on the current state of baseball.
- Scheyer: Duke succession plan 'built for success'
- Coach K: Retiring for family, not changing game
- Coach K retiring in '22; Scheyer named successor
- New Duke AD King embraces status as role model
We replay our interview from last week with Coach K who sits down with the guys to talk about announcing his retirement, and what he’ll look forward to in his final season as the Duke head coach. And we update you on the Women's College World Series as FSU stays a live and wins another elimination game, beating Alabama 8-5. Plus we look back at Kelsey’s first visit to the show which included a dog treat mishap. And Pack gets some new gifts for the basement from the Duke Women's golf team.
Marty Smith and Ryan McGee speak with Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim about his friend Mike Krzyzewski retiring after this coming season, whether or not he is thinking about retiring and how the game has changed since he started coaching 45 years ago.
Jon Scheyer, Duke's new coach-in-waiting, says that the plan to succeed Hall of Famer Mike Krzyzewski after this season is "built for success" and that the goal is to "win the whole damn thing" in Coach K's final season.
We celebrate our 400th Packer & Durham show today. FSU leads all ACC schools with 40 different representatives joining Packer & Durham. Geoff Collins wins the award for most appearances in the 1st 400 shows. We also replay our interviews from earlier with Coach K and the next Duke head coach Jon Scheyer.
The next Duke Head Basketball Coach Jon Scheyer visits with the guys after being named to future head coach of the Blue-Devils. Plus Wake Forest Golfer Emilia Migliaccio talks to us about pursuing her writing career while keeping up with her golf career. We also look back at a solid week of interviews with ACC baseball coaches as they all try and make it to the college world series.
It's coming to the end of an era as Duke Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski sits down with the guys to talk about announcing his retirement, and what he’ll look forward to in his final season as the Duke head coach. We also celebrate show 400 and take a look back at some of the keys stats that you may not have known regarding shows 1-399.
Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth react to the news that Duke’s legendary head coach Mike Krzyzewski will retire following the upcoming season and discuss how the obsession with championships shapes affection for teams (1:41). Plus, why you see less of the entertaining moments that endear you to people, like Luka Doncic barking at Pat Beverly and Trae Young bowing to the fans at MSG after eliminating the Knicks (31:32).
Mike Krzyzewski said at a news conference Thursday that he is retiring to spend more time with his family, not because of changes in college basketball.
The winningest college basketball coach of all time -- and perhaps the only person capable of getting students to willingly downsize from dorm rooms...
ESPN College Basketball Analyst Jay Bilas joins the show to talk about the life and career of Mike Krzyzewski. We also visit with ACCN Basketball Analyst Carlos Boozer who speaks to the guys about playing for Coach K and the future of Duke basketball. We also listen back to an interview Pack did yesterday with former Duke Assistant Mike Brey, and we look at the 16 former ACC players and coaches on the ballot for the 2022 College Football Hall of Fame.
It's the end of an era at Duke University as legendary Head Basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski announces he will retire at the end of the upcoming season. Luke DeCock from the Raleigh News & Observer takes a break from his hockey reporting to talk about the retirement of Duke Coach K. Plus we do a little "Good News/Bad News" with Florida State Softball as they prepare for the Women's College World Series.
Coach K touched the lives of every player he came in contact with, including that of the writer.
Coach K's greatness was his willingness to adjust to changing trends and times. His pursuit of a sixth title will test that aptitude again.
Coach K's farewell tour will be sooooo Coach K -- a celebration of the man and a chance to win another national title -- and will drive home all the important pieces of his legacy.
Former Duke player and current assistant Jon Scheyer is slated to succeed Mike Krzyzewski as head coach of the Blue Devils. Here's how Scheyer got here.
Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski, who has led Duke to five national titles in his 41 seasons with the Blue Devils, plans to retire after the 2021-22 men's college basketball season, the university announced Wednesday.
This Just In
Duke's Mike Krzyzewski plans for the 2021-2022 season to be his final as Blue Devils men's basketball head coach and is finalizing a search process with school officials to name associate head coach Jon Scheyer as coach-in-waiting, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and multiple reports. Krzyzewski's decision and succession plan was first reported Wednesday by Stadium.
A pair of men's college basketball blue bloods will enter 2021-22 with sky-high expectations.
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