Wednesday, November 3, 2010

4 Quarters Radio: October 28 1st Quarter

The first-quarter curriculum for October 28:
--Scott and Logan interview Sporting News college basketball columnist Mike DeCourcy as the season draws ever closer.
--Of course, Scott has to start with Purdue and their prospects post-Hummel. Included is a stern judgment on the concept of having JaJuan Johnson explore playing further from the basket.
--DeCourcy discusses that cases like Kentucky's Enes Kanter are not without precedent. Kentucky's prospects if Kanter's found ineligible may be somewhat...un-Kentucky-like.
--Once Logan gets his mic turned on (sorry, Logan), he gets to ask Mike about the Bruce Pearl situation at Tennessee. DeCourcy's a little bit more optimistic than most, it seems.
--Mike gets heavily fired up when Scott turns the discussion toward the Sun Belt's new scheduling mandate. This is probably the most passionate you'll hear anyone about Sun Belt hoops all season, folks.
--MTSU's prospects get a cursory glance, as Mike wonders if they'll be able to beat the conference's "heavyweights."
--Mike ponders the commitment of Isiah Thomas at FIU as Scott wonders if Isiah's bosses should pull the want ads out of his morning paper.
--Scott throws out a Final Four of questions, some one-liners about UConn, Boston College, Memphis, and Florida before letting Mike roll.

Excised music: "Fuguefat" by The Octopus Project.

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