Where college basketball matters. The Field of 68 is launching a brand-new, hour-long streaming nightly college basketball show that will give fans a chance to hear, and also interact with many of the top voices in the sport. The show is presented by Bet Rivers, and this podcast feed will be it's home this season.
Jeff Goodman is as plugged in as anyone in college basketball. Robbie Hummel is a former All-American. The duo doesn’t hold back when it comes to all things college hoops. Make sure you listen each week to the Goodman & Hummel Podcast, which is a part of the Field of 68 Media Network, on iTunes, Stitcher and CLNS Media.
With the season in full swing, now is the perfect time to move away from Season Preview content and dive head first into betting! Three Man Weave is the best independent college basketball outlet on the internet. Jim Root, Matt Cox and Ky McKeon have been covering the sport for nearly a decade and have built a passionate and devoted following. They have consistently produced the best preview content in the business, and their attention to detail in the mid-major ranks is why they are such good analysts, and they will be hosting a daily college basketball gambling show right here.
Rob Dauster is a longtime college basketball pundit that entered the media space after a thoroughly mediocre Division III career. Terrence Oglesby is a former All-ACC guard that played for Clemson before spending a decade playing professionally overseas. John Fanta is an up-and-coming star in the broadcast field, a college hoops junky looking for his fix. Listen as they try and figure out who, exactly, the basketball expert really is.
The Field of 68 has some exciting news to share with everyone: We are partnering with the Atlantic 10 Conference to bring you the Atlantic 10 Insider podcast, a show dedicated to the 15 teams in one of college basketball's best leagues. Rob Dauster and Jeff Goodman will spend this season cussin' and discussin' life, liberty and the pursuit of an A-10 title with every relevant figure around the league, from the coaches to the player to the administrators and maybe even a fan or two. So hit the like button. Subscribe to the show. Tell your friends. And buckle up. It's going to be a wild ride.
From the creators of the Field of 68 Media Network comes The Field of 12, a podcast and digital streaming network that will provide you, the fans, with the best college football coverage that you will find anywhere on the internet. The Field of 12 After Dark is our Saturday night live show, featuring George Whitfield, Bryce Petty, Trevor Knight and Christian Hackenberg breaking down the entire slate of college football, with a cold one in hand. Join us for a nightcap.
Joshua Perry and Christian Hackenberg are former college football rivals, but they have teamed up with The Field of 12 Media Network to bring Big Ten fans what they have been crazing: The JP and Hack Show, a podcast dedicated to the conference where college football matters the most. You will not get more insightful or entertaining analysis of Big Ten football anywhere on the internet. From the creators of The Field of 68.
A.J. Guyton is an Indiana legend. A former All-American that played for Bobby Knight before heading off to the NBA, Guyton is joining the Field Of 68 Network to provide Hoosier fans with a level of access, insight and analysis that is only available here. Come along for the ride.
AJ Bramlett was one of the stars of Luke Olson’s best Arizona teams. A New Mexico native, Bramlett was a part of Arizona’s 1997 national title-winning team before getting drafted in the second round of the 1999 NBA Draft. He will host BEAR DOWN BALLERS, a podcast covering the Arizona Wildcats. He has partnered with the Field of 68 Media Network to bring you the quintessential Arizona basketball podcast.
Jeff Greer has covered the Louisville basketball program since 2014 for outlets like The Athletic and the Louisville Courier-Journal. He's as connected as any media member in the city, and now he'll be bringing that knowledge of the program to the Field Of 68 Network, hosting a Cardinal podcast.
There is no bigger brand in college basketball than the North Carolina Tar Heels, and there is no one that knows the Carolina Family better than a member of their own. Shammond Williams was a star for the Tar Heels. He played for Dean Smith for three years. He played in the NBA for nine years. He's coached in the Division I ranks. He knows all the former players and coaches. He knows all the current players. He knows the program as well as anyone, and he has partnered with the Field Of 68 Media Network to bring you the kind of conversations, insight and analysis that only family members have.
Rob Dauster is a born and raised nutmegger. From the outskirts of New Haven, he is one of the people that understands the only things that matter in this world are thin crust apizza cooked in brick ovens, and UConn basketball. After more than a decade of working in corporate media and pretending like the team that mattered most didn't matter, Rob launched the Field of 68 Media Network, which means that the act has been thrown out the window. Join us for a ride as we traverse what is only the start of UConn's return to dominance.
Eric Devendorf is responsible for one of the most iconic and memorable moments in the history of Syracuse basketball. Now, he'll be hosting the definitive Syracuse basketball podcast on the Field Of 68 Network, providing you with the kind of access, insight, analysis and untold stories that you can only get from someone inside the program. Subscribe and come along for the ride.
Stu Douglass is a Carmel, Ind., native who spent four years in Ann Arbor under Beilein from 2008-12, making the NCAA tournament three of his four seasons. Douglass was the co-captain both his junior and senior campaigns and played in a record-setting 136 consecutive games in Ann Arbor. Since graduating, Douglass has played professionally in Spain and Israel.
Villanova basketball has earned the right to be called a blue blood. That much we know is true. Former Wildcat Curtis Sumpter, a one-time All-Big East second-teamer, has teamed up with the Field Of 68 Network to provide Villanova fans with the kind of access, analysis and insight into the Mainline that you cannot get anywhere else.
The Field of 68 Media Network has partnered with Deon Thomas, the leading scorer in the history of the Illinois program, to launch Champaign On Ice, a podcast on your favorite team, the Fighting Illini. Thomas played four seasons at Illinois and finished his career with 2,129 points, making him the lone Illini player to surpass the 2,000-point mark. He was selected in the first round of the 1994 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks, and is now a studio analyst for the Big Ten Network, part of the Illini radio network and an associate AD at the university.
Carter Elliott and Greg Waddell are the duo behind Sleepers Media, where they talk all things college basketball in the state of Michigan and beyond. As a Spartan alum (Greg) and an MSU super-fan (Carter), they have partnered with The Field of 68 Media Network to provide Michigan State fans with the kind of coverage that you can't get anywhere else.
Welcome to Beyond The Arc, a podcast from your favorite shooters in the state of Kentucky: CJ Fredrick and Brennan Canada. Get an inside look into the life of a Kentucky basketball player, hear from the biggest names in the Kentucky basketball world and come along for the ride as CJ and Brennan take you behind the scenes of one what will hopefully be one of the most memorable college basketball seasons to in Big Blue history.
Jahenns Manigat played on some of Creighton's best, most memorable and most entertaining basketball teams. After a long career overseas, he's partnered with The Field of 68 to launch a Creighton-centric podcast. Go Jays!
No one knows Kansas hoops the way that Landen Lucas knows Kansas hoops. A five-year member of the Jayhawk program and a starter for Bill Self, Landen was the ultimate glue guy, known for his defense, his rebounding and his effort. He, and his father Richard, have teamed up with The Field of 68 to bring you The Glue Guys, a Kansas basketball podcast!!!
Pat Bradley is a Bostonian that played for Arkansas back when Nolan Richardson was still in charge. He's here to bring you the best podcast you can get on the Razorbacks. Pat Bradley is calling the hogs!!!