The WCC Tournament kicks off this weekend, and Matt and I preview the whole deal. Spoiler alert: Gonzaga and St. Mary’s will likely take it all. We also discuss next season’s prospects for men’s basketball and why 2018-19 might be the year the Cougars break into the WCC top 2. Also on the show: spring football storylines, men’s volleyball has an awesome comeback, and Ziggy is about to be very rich.
Matt and I, like most of the world, have Olympic fever, and we start our latest episode by putting BYU greats into the appropriate winter sports. We also debate the merits of membership in the WCC and what we’ve lost since leaving the MWC. Also on the show: the value of independence, Elijah Bryant’s big shot, and a tribute to BYU coaching great Roger French.
Just when fans thought BYU basketball had turned a corner, the Cougars have dropped three out of four, sinking any remote tourney hopes and spoiling what had been a surprising season. Matt and I break down what went wrong against LMU and Gonzaga, and lay out what might make the rest of the season better. Also on the show: the Super Bowl, Han Solo and football recruiting
Matt and I preview the Gonzaga game, speculating as to whether the Cougars can pull off another upset against the Zags on the road. I continue my campaign to free Payton Dastrup, and Matt lays out how important TJ Haws is for a potential BYU victory. Also on the show: Kyle Van Noy in another Super Bowl, Fred Warner building an NFL hype machine, and Ayo and Teo dance with Cosmo. I’m not even sure what that last sentence means.