The 2nd Annual CPP NBA Draft Awards show is back, hosted by co-host of "The Sunday Podcast" Brett Siegel, and special guest presenters, Sean Bock and Grant Kobrin of College Pride Press. From Best Pick, to the Kristaps Porzingis Award, to the 2018-19 Rookie of the Year, the guys cover
Brad and Brett are joined by special guests: Sean Bock of CPP and 247 Sports and CPP Draft Center Analyst, Grant Kobrin to breakdown this year's NBA Draft with a special mock draft edition of The Sunday Podcast. The guys give their insight on some rumors circulating the NBA Draft
The CPP Podcast is back, which means your favorite hosts, Brad Kreppel and Brett Siegel are back for some off-season college basketball action! In this episode, the guys discuss some college basketball off-season headlines, including John Beilein's future with Michigan, Bruce Pearl's future with Auburn, and some talk about Bill
Brad and Brett are back to talk about all the NCAA Tournament action that has happened over the past few weeks, as well as talk about the infamous "Coaching Carousel" taking its rounds early on in college hoops and some NBA Draft talk. The guys also dive into rumors reported
With Brad roadtripping during Selection Sunday, Brett Siegel hosts this edition of the Sunday podcast on Selection Sunday. Joined by Zach Beeler and special guest, Tony Patelis, they guys discuss their initial thoughts on and breakdown the bracket and who got snubbed. Brett freaks out on Louisville not even being
Brad and Brett are back to recap the start of Champ Week and get you ready for the rest of the conference tournaments starting this week! The guys give their thoughts on Chris Beard signing his extension with Texas Tech, Tubby Smith's comments on transfers, talk about some bubble teams
Brad and Brett discuss the craziness of the FBI probe in college basketball this past week along with the fallout of Louisville having to vacate their 2013 National Title, which teams are trending up and down as we near tourney time, who they have for the 14 conference tournaments that
The boys are back to recap a crazy week 15 in college hoops! Brad and Brett talk Purdue and Vincent Edwards, Battles in the ACC, bubble teams making a run late, Blind Resume tournament talk, and more!
Brett and Brad are back to wrap up all that has gone on in Janurary in college basketball. We also make a big site announcement about College Pride Press moving forward.
Brett Siegel and Brad Kreppel are back after a long break for the holidays. We are joined by a special guest to talk all things Big-10. We also discuss Kansas, Big-12 Title, and preview the games of the week.
Brett and Brad have finished exams and are back to talk about the past 2 weeks in college basketball. We discuss all the upsets, which fans should start sweating, and look ahead to next week. We will be back in 2 weeks!
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Brad Kreppel and Brett Siegel break down everything that went down in college basketball this week including the all the top games and headlines. We also look ahead and preview some of the top games this week. Be sure to follow us on twitter @edupridepress.
Due to the PK80 on Sunday night we did our recap on Monday. Brett and Brad break down everything that went down during feast week. We talk about whether you should start sweating about your struggling team. We also preview the ACC-Big Ten Challenge this week.
Brad Kreppel and Brett Siegel are back and better than ever to recap everything going on in college basketball's opening weekend. There is a discussion of headlines, recaping games, Buy/Sell, and previewing next weeks games! We will be back on Sunday to recap Week 2.
Zach Beeler and Brad Kreppel are joined by special guest Tony Patelis. Tony is one of the best college basketball follows on twitter @collegehoopnews. Tony, Zach, and Brad discuss what they are looking forward to in college basketball this season as well as make predicitions for the season. Be sure