Unfiltered and first-hand information, insightful interviews, Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman is the only podcast which covers basketball at all three levels. One of the most connected men in the industry provides weekly sit-downs with players, coaches and executives every week throughout the whole year. Released every Tuesday, Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman is available on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network Mobile App.
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5:20: Are AAU Coaches disrespected? 13:48: How will Patrick Ewing do in Georgetown? 17:00: What’s the Better Job? Georgetown or Maryland? 18:18 BOL 20:26: Did the NCAA make a mistake by taking power away from AAU coaches? 39:14: Is AAU better for evaluating players? 41:00: Victor Oladipo Stories
2:24 Being the #2 recruit in the country is still shocking 8:17 What type of player is Cade Cunningham 12:34 BOL 14:17 His favorite player comparison 21:21 Cade talks recruiting 26:08 Manscaped Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Monday July 22nd, 2019. Good ‘N Plenty is powered by BetOnline.AG and Manscaped. Go to
This upcoming year will be the first one Notre Dame is not ranked in a LONG time. The Fighting Irish are not one of the “blue blood” basketball programs in the NCAA, but they are a perennial contender. Last year was a unusual one for Brey. His Irish finished under .500 for the second time
The 2019 NBA Draft is in the books. Zion Williamson went number one, Ja Morant was selected number two, and RJ Barrett rounded out the top-3. Just like everyone said. But after there is where the fun began. A night of trades littered throughout the lottery made Thursday night both exhilarating and confusing. Some thoughts
Jayson Tatum wants you to know he’s disappointed in his season too. Despite improvements in several areas he’s not growing as fast as he wants to. “[This year] was tough,” said Tatum. “I grew. I learned a lot and I didn’t backtrack.” “I’m excited for this offseason,” he added. What’s he going to work on?
Ty Jerome is a national champion with Virginia and a new NBA draft prospect. 2:00 – Ty discusses the experience of winning the national championship 8:45 – Ty’s run-in with reporter Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports and the outside noise 11:15 – Nervous moments for Ty throughout the NCAA tournament 15:04 – Was it fate
Jerry Stackhouse is a former NBA player and current Vanderbilt head coach. 4:00 – What is the hardest part of the new gig at Vandy? 10:32 – The challenge of recruiting players and meeting academic restrictions 14:35 – The current Vandy Roster and how he will get acquainted 17:25 – Why Stackhouse took a job
The final weekend of the Big Dance is set. One of Michigan State, Auburn, Texas Tech, and Virginia is going to cut down the nets and host the NCAA Championship trophy. Each one has an incredible story. Heck, three of the coaches have never reached this point of the tournament. For instance, take Virginia. The
Rob Dauster covers college basketball for NBC Sports. Twitter: @RobDauster 1:58 – Purdue vs Tennessee – Did Carson Edwards get fouled? 7:17 – Virginia vs Oregon – Virginia’s defense locks down 11:57 – Gonzaga vs. Florida St. – Gonzaga outclasses Florida State 12:14 – Texas Tech vs. Michigan – The most surprising game of
ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla joined Jeff Goodman to talk about Kansas’ “rough” season. I put rough in quotation marks because 12-2 is usually an incredible season for most programs. But sports is all about “What have you done for me lately?” And lately the Jayhawks have lost not only to Iowa State, but also their junior
On this week’s Good ‘N Plenty Jeff Goodman sounds off on the Chicago Bulls. The organization is a mess. They’ve had a slew of bad roster decisions, especially in free agency. The front office brought in Fred Hoiberg and never built a team around him. The team’s star forced his way out. The Bulls gambled
Jeff Goodman of Stadium and CLNS Media’s Good n’ Plenty Podcast flexed his NCAA expert muscles with this all-encompassing deep dive into the NCAA scandal. A must-listen for hoops fans. 1:10 The scene from days 1 & 2 of the FBI’s NCAA Basketball trial 18:00 Names and programs mentioned in the trial