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Reags gets together with Clem for this episode to have a therapy session about their beloved New York Knicks. The season is over, but as everyone knows it’s officially Knicks SZN as they attempt to find a new head coach, have a star going through a torn ACL injury and have a top-10 pick in

Villanova has won the 2018 national championship with a 79-62 victory over Michigan, which of course means we had to recap it right away. Reags was joined by Ben Brust for the episode to talk about the game, but more importantly Villanova as a whole. This is now the second title in three years to

The Final Four is set as we know Loyola Chicago, Michigan, Villanova and Kansas will all be heading to the Final Four. The first two weeks of the NCAA Tournament have been highly entertaining with a bunch of close games and obvious upsets. Loyola is obviously the Cinderella story here, making its way out of

Reags is joined in this episode with former Wisconsin guard Ben Brust to recap the absolutely wild start to the NCAA Tournament. It started with upsets to Arizona and Wichita State before we saw a No. 16 team beat a No. 1 seed for the first time. Then there were crazy comebacks in Nashville that

Reags is joined by SB Nation’s Mike Rutherford on Selection Sunday to breakdown the bracket. The two get started with general takeaways with the bracket, but of course there’s the ultimate question. Would you rather watch that bracket reveal show every year or Jennifer Hudson’s version of One Shining Moment? There are plenty of intriguing

A big time preview show today as Reags is joined by Sam Vecenie of the Athletic, Bearcat Journal’s Chad Brendel and Aaron Torres of the Athletic and KSR. It’s conference tournament week, so what else would they all be talking about besides previewing the tournaments this week. Vecenie starts the show to talk about the

Reags is joined this episode by ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla to talk about the Big 12 and preview the Big 12 Tournament. However, the show starts with Xavier assistant coach Travis Steele to talk about the Big East. Steele talks about the depth of the Big East and how tough it was to go from celebrating

Former Wisconsin guard and current Big 10 Network analyst Ben Brust joins Reags for this episode to preview the Big 10 Tournament. This year it’s obviously a week earlier than normal out at Madison Square Garden. What do the guys think of that and how would they set up the venues for the future? They

Reags is joined by 247’s Brian Snow for this episode. Right before they recorded, Snow and the rest of the crew at 247 published a story reporting essentially that the timeline didn’t match up from the ESPN report that Sean Miller discussed a $100,000 payment for Deandre Ayton with Christian Dawkins. If you missed the

Reags is joined this episode by current Chicago Bulls and former Villanova guard Ryan Arcidiacono to talk about his career and time at Villanova. Arcidiacono is a current two-way player and talks about what the life is like to be a part of two different locker rooms and how tough it can be travel wise

Reags starts the episode with Vermont head coach John Becker to talk about the Catamounts. UVM is one of the most consistent teams in the country, what’s the reasoning behind that? Becker talks about recruiting strategies and how he’s had to adapt to the movement of the small ball era and emphasis on the 3-point

Mo Egger of ESPN 1530 and The Athletic Cincinnati joins Reags for the episode to preview the biggest basketball weekend arguably ever in the city of Cincinnati. On Saturday the Big East regular season title is essentially up for grabs as Villanova comes to town to play Xavier. Then on Sunday, Cincinnati gets a chance

Reags is joined by Sam Vecenie of The Athletic for this episode of the Fundamentally Sound Podcast. The two start the show talking about the big news of the day – the NCAA Tournament top-16 reveal. This is now the second year that the NCAA has decided to do an early reveal in February. It

In this episode Reags is joined by both Chris Stone of Sporting News and Fansided and Adam Rowe from 247Sports. Reags starts the show with Chris and immediately get off track and with a hot take. Is Big Monday ruining the college basketball schedule? Find out what day really upsets Chris and how they’d possibly

Reags is joined by Drew Russell in this episode to talk about the 3×3 at the Final Four this year. Drew is the Vice President of Sports Properties for Intersport and one the masterminds behind the creation of the 3×3 event. Drew discusses how the $100,000 prize will be paid out among the teams. How

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