This episode features an interview with Fairfield, CT native and current head coach of the University of Vermont Men’s Basketball team, John Becker. We talk about his journey to becoming the head coach of Vermont, what it was like to play in the NCAA Tournament in his home state, get a preview of next year’s team, and more.
This episode features an interview with former WFSB Sports Anchor John Holt who now works for the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC). We talk about his time covering sports for WFSB along with the work he’s doing for CIAC, including the new documentary he created on high school winter sports in Connecticut.
A lot has been said about what the move to the Big East means for UConn Football and Men’s Basketball, but what impact does this have on Geno Auriemma and the UConn Women’s Basketball program? Mechelle Voepel of ESPN joins us to talk about what this move means for UConn Women’s Basketball, how the Big East sets up UConn Women’s Basketball for the post Geno era, the impact of playing in the Big East vs. the American.
What does UConn’s move to the Big East mean for the men’s basketball program? We’re talking with CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander about everything in this Big East move — from how it happened, to how playing in the Big East will benefit the basketball team, and more.
UConn recently announced its plan to move to sports to the Big East — except for football. Dropping football is not an option according to UConn, but with all other sports being put in the Big East what does the future of UConn Football look like? Stadium College Football Insider Brett McMurphy joins us to break down the options for football and what it means for bowl games and scheduling.