The Bottoms Line College Basketball Podcast: Around The Nation with Raphielle Johnson

In episode #19 of The Bottoms Line College Hoops Talk Podcast, host Andy Bottoms is joined by Raphielle Johnson of CollegeHoopsNet to discuss all the latest news and events in college basketball.

This week’s episode features a thorough look at the world of college basketball with hot topics from all BCS conferences discussed as well as some notable mid-majors as well.

Specific topics discussed this week include:

  • Big 12: Thoughts on Baylor, Scott Drew, and a key stretch for Iowa State
  • Big Ten: Michigan’s inconsistency and the future for Illinois and Northwestern
  • Big East: Syracuse’s recent struggles and thoughts on who the second best team in the league is
  • ACC: Talk about Austin Rivers, Michael Snaer, and Harrison Barnes
  • Pac-12: Oregon’s chances at a Pac-12 title
  • SEC: Attempts to make sense of Lunardi’s bracket projection for Florida
  • Other thoughts on Dayton, the race in the Colonial, New Mexico, BYU, and the number of bids from C-USA.

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Music credit: Best Shot from “Hoosiers” by Jerry Goldsmith

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About Andy Bottoms

While Andy was born and raised in Indiana, he would like to point out that he grew up shooting hoops in his driveway and not against the side of a barn like you see in all the March Madness promos or in the middle of a field like Jimmy Chitwood. Andy ranks among the top bracketologists according to the Bracket Matrix and has provided his projections to Fox Sports for the past three seasons. When not compiling excuses for missing work during the NCAA Tournament, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. He is a proud IU graduate and co-hosts The Assembly Call postgame show following every IU game. Twitter: @AndyBottoms

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