2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
14-2, 2nd in Big 12
WVU's McNeil drains long 3 (0:22)

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich talk to Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing the triumph of Baylor's player evaluation, Duke as possibly the only great team in the country (8:48), San Diego State being a more consistent program than UCLA (11:39), a Gonzaga update (18:14), Butler-Seton Hall and what the NCAA can learn from MLB. Later, the guys welcome Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman and his wife Danyelle to talk about the unglamorous coaching lifestyle, how Danyelle handles fans heckling Eric (36:00), how they met (45:17) and Eric taking his shirt off after big wins (49:42).

WVU's McBride weaves through traffic for nifty lay-in (0:18)
Tshiebwe punishes the rim with a huge dunk (0:16)
Tshiebwe soars to the rim for the jam (0:21)
McGriff puts Oklahoma State on the board with big dunk (0:22)
WVU's Culver feeds Matthews for the two-handed slam (0:17)
Kansas' Dotson swishes the trey from way downtown (0:21)

Courtside: Which top teams are for real? Plus, Jeff Van Gundy on Pat Riley's best speech

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing whether Creighton is for real, West Virginia beating up on Ohio State, the latest reshuffling of top teams in the AP Poll (7:39), where Michigan State currently stands and how there's no outright player of the year. Next, Jeff Van Gundy joins the pod (25:25) to talk about his time with the Knicks and the current state of the team, Patrick Ewing's potential as an NBA coach, why he left Yale to play basketball at a junior college, his thoughts on David Stern (38:28), Pat Riley's pregame speeches, what changes need to be made to the professional game, and how he views the college game. Later, the guys run through Seth's all-decade team (59:24).

McBride rains down buckets (0:26)

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.1175th
Rebounds Per Game42.0Tied-12th
Assists Per Game13.0Tied-220th
Points Allowed59.39th

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Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record29-28
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances28