The RTC Podcast: 2012-13 Preseason Edition

Posted by rtmsf on October 22nd, 2012

Welcome back to the RTC Podcast. Last season we unveiled this endeavor along with its less-sophisticated cousin, the RTC Podblast, and we enjoyed the hell out of it. Shane Connolly (@sconnolly114) returns as your host, with the RTC editing team and several of our national and microsite writers joining us from time to time to riff about all things college basketball.

The plan for the preseason is that we’ll do two nationally-focused podcasts (this edition plus one more recording during Opening Week), plus a number of power conference-specific podblasts that will break down each of the six major leagues over the next three weeks. If we’re feeling especially frisky, we’ll try to knock out an Other 26 podblast while we’re at it. Look for the Big East and Big Ten to drop a little later this week, and make sure to add the RTC Podcast to your iTunes┬álineup so that you’ll automatically upload it on your listening device after we record.

We welcome any and all feedback on these podcasts including topics for future discussion or if you want to send us any questions for our “May Not Be From Actual Listeners” segment. For now, enjoy the listen and feel free to jump around to the areas you’re most interested in by using this handy outline.

RTC Podcast: 2012-13 Preseason Edition

  • 2:20 – Connecticut/Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie
  • 14:30 – Other Coaching Moves (Frank Martin, Larry Brown, Billy Gillispie)
  • 21:00 – ACC Poaching of the Notre Dame
  • 24:40 – Butler and VCU Moving to Atlantic 10
  • 25:45 – Teams Losing a Lot (Kentucky, North Carolina)
  • 30:50 – Teams Bringing a Lot Back (Louisville, Indiana)
  • 36:05 – Underrated/Overrated Teams (NC State, UCLA, Tennessee, UNLV)
  • 42:55 – Players Receiving Preseason All-American Hype
  • 53:30 – How Many Mid-Major Players Will Make the AA Team?
  • 57:30 – What CBB Memorabilia Would We Want to Own (inspired by Bob Knight)?


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