"My rule was I wouldn't recruit a kid if he had grass in front of his house.
That's not my world. My world was a cracked sidewalk." —Al McGuire

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Oh boy, looks like we might have to put the pessimistic hats back on

Well, the tone for this week's podcast is going to be considerably darker than last weeks when we were all seashells and balloons. The Indiana game was one of the more frustrating of the Wojo era and we have a therapy session about it. We talk about what went wrong, is it more of the same or a blip, and whether 13 minutes at the end of Presbyterian gives us a sign of hope or simply the light at the end of the tunnel which turns out to be a train coming at us. We then pivot to the match up with Kansas and try to imagine scenarios where MU doesn't get boatraced and how critical the Tennessee/Louisville match-up is to saving the non-conference season (yep, we're there already). We close out with the Big East having a no good, very bad non-conference season to date and why it's critical for the Big East to get its stuff together. We promise this is a fun version of wallowing in self-pity :) Enjoy! *Apologizes for the 30 seconds of bad audio at the 1:30 mark, wasn't there live and there was no way to fix it.

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