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Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast by previewing the ACC, talking about the lack of star-power in the league, the chasm between the top teams and everyone else and if this will be a historically bad season for the conference. Then, North Carolina’s Roy Williams stops by to get into what he learned what he learned after finishing last in the ACC, his team’s strengths and weaknesses, and his thoughts on playing the NCAA Tournament in one location (25:43). Next, it’s SEC preview time with the guys debating whether Tennessee or Kentucky is the class of the league, throwing a sock at LSU, weighing if Florida is primed for a bounce back year, and worry for Georgia (47:52). Finally, Arkansas’ Eric Musselman hops on to discuss his array of masks, the impact of adding three grad transfers to his team, implementing the Milwaukee Bucks offense and getting bullied by his wife on Twitter (1:06:13).
- Vanderbilt hires La. Tech AD as new deputy AD
- Vandy makes Lee SEC's first female, black AD
- Vandy adds transfer guard McBride from Kansas
- Vandy's Brown gets extra year after knee injury
As the countdown to the 2020-21 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series continues with the SEC.
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Greenberg and Dakich preview the 2020 NBA Draft with ESPN draft expert Mike Schmitz, discussing LaMelo Ball and the Ball family, talent vs. intangibles, Luka Dončić’s success impacting international scouting, Anthony Edwards’ scoring ability, the depth in this draft, Obi Toppin’s “it” factor, which college players he’s excited to watch this season, and the importance of pick-and-roll defense.
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Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2020-21. Here are the players most under the microscope.
The SEC's foul rate has not come down along with the rest of college hoops'. Is the culprit officials, style of play or both?
Vanderbilt has hired Louisiana Tech athletic director Tommy McClelland and Kristene Kelly from Dartmouth as deputy athletic directors.
Vanderbilt has named Candice Lee athletic director, making her the first female and African American woman to hold the post in the SEC.
Vanderbilt has signed guard Issac McBride as a transfer from Kansas.
Vanderbilt senior forward Clevon Brown, who averaged 9.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in nine games before injuring his knee in December, will be allowed to return for another season by the NCAA.
Vanderbilt guard Saben Lee has declared for the NBA draft but hasn't hired an agent and still has the option to return to school.
Vanderbilt small forward Aaron Nesmith announced Thursday he will forgo his junior season to enter the NBA draft.
Mason Jones scored 22 points before fouling out, and the 11th-seeded Arkansas Razorbacks beat No. 14 seed Vanderbilt 86-73 Wednesday night in the last Southeastern Conference Tournament game open to the general public.
March is about celebrating the best in college basketball, but the College Basketball Misery Index seeds which fans feel the worst when March Madness starts.
Scotty Pippen Jr. tied a career high with 21 points and Maxwell Evans added 20, leading Vanderbilt to back-to-back wins for the first time since December with an 83-74 victory over South Carolina in a regular-season finale on Saturday.
Points Per Game71.7171st
Rebounds Per Game32.3391st
Assists Per Game11.4353rd