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Podcast: From Chicago to Des Moines, the pod goes streaking to the NCAA Tournament

The Moving Screen is a podcast collaboration with The Athletic’s Brendan Quinn. We’ll be tackling Michigan, Michigan State and Big Ten basketball at large with a blend of rational analysis and hot takes.

Michigan State beat Michigan for a third time this season and secured another trophy. We recap Sunday’s Big Ten Tournament final and then dive into the NCAA Tournament draw.

Listen to “From Chicago to Des Moines, the pod goes streaking to the NCAA Tournament” on Spreaker.

Timestamps:
(02:03) Recapping Michigan-Michigan State III
(23:57) Michigan State NCAA Tournament Preview
(50:25) Michigan NCAA Tournament Preview

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Notable Replies

  1. MTung

    BTW, the coverage @ umhoops and The Athletic has been nothing short of sensational over the last month. We’re amazingly spoiled and those who refrain from subscribing need to do so immediately!

  2. Mattski

    Pod strips off clothes and makes madcap x-country dash to Anaheim?

  3. rlcBlue

    Thanks for all your work, guys - but I have a couple of nits to pick:

    When Brendan tabbed Mississippi State as a possible bracket buster he said “opinions may differ on Rick Stansbury.” They certainly might, but Western Kentucky, where Stansbury is in his third season, is not in the tournament. He hasn’t been at MSU since 2012. The Bulldogs are now in their 4th season under Ben Howland, who’s been to more Final Fours than any coach in the region not named Izzo or Kryzkschemxyzptlk.

    And Dylan dismissed LSU by saying he couldn’t imagine a team with an interim coach making a deep run.

    Really? I can not only imagine it, I can remember it, as can every other reader of the blog older than, say 40. Oops.

  4. umhoops

    Yeah, I was going to call Brendan out on this but just let it slide :rofl:

    Maybe LSU will go Michigan 1989… But probably not IMO. Sort of a causation <> correlation thing there.

  5. umhoops

    Yeah. I’m 100% here for Waters/Winston.

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