Can Anyone Beat Duke?

The SeanMoHoops Pod records during the Duke-Lville game and in the first solo pod wonders if anyone can beat Duke while looking at all of the great action from the past few days. Buy/Sell with Nevada and Wofford, a look at the Freshman of the Year in major conferences, and favorite article of the week.


Podcast regular Mikey Visenberg comes on the to discuss a plethora of basketball topics. NC State’s rough weekend gets top billing followed by Kentucky / PJ Washington’s hot SEC play, Buy / Sell with Tennessee & Washington and a Coby White vs. Tre Jones discussion. We wrap up with a look back at some of the players at the 2014 Nike Global Challenge and then Mikey V throws out Nijal Pearson of Texas State as a player to watch.

CBB & Freshmen Observations With Mikey V

Michael Visenberg of joins the Podcast to talk about his thoughts and observations from the first week of college hoops. We chat about in-person viewings of some of the top freshmen including Bol Bol, Kevin Porter Jr., Darius Garland, Simi Shittu, and Charles Bassey. In addition to the top freshmen, we touch on certain teams and players we are interested in watching (Maui Invitational, Brandon Clarke, LSU, Tremont Waters) and the three top freshmen for Duke.

A Look Inside The NCAA With Darin Van Vlerah

Darin Van Vlerah, Assistant Director of Enforcement, Basketball Development joins the Podcast to talk about his career switch from a corporate lawyer to the NCAA in 2013, while providing an inside look at the Basketball Development staff, the roles and responsibilities, and the current climate of college hoops.

USA Basketball Developmental Camp Review

Michael Visenberg joins the Podcast to provide an in-depth review on the USA Basketball Developmental Camp that took place in Colorado Springs with the top high school players in the 2019-2022 classes. Mikey V talks about the new format of the camp, the standouts in the Junior / Senior classes, and which younger players to keep an eye on in the future.

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Vince Nicastro joins the Podcast to talk about his journey into the sports business world, a long and successful career as the Athletic Director at Villanova, and his current role within the Big East. Vince recounts about getting Jay Wright to Villanova at the last minute in 2001, his role in helping shape the current structure of the Big East, and how the conference has prepared for the changing landscape in summer recruiting.