Found March 29, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
In episode #29 of The Bottoms Line College Basketball Podcast, our final March Madness edition, I am joined by Raphielle Johnson of CollegeHoopsNet.com to preview this weekend’s Final Four. Raphielle and I break down the Louisville-Kentucky and Kansas-Ohio State games pretty intensively, as well as predict who will make the National Championship Game and how that game might go. We also take a look back at the season as a whole, with the final three games of 2012 on tap Saturday and Monday. Listen using the player below: Music credit: Best Shot from “Hoosiers” by Jerry Goldsmith How to subscribe to The Bottoms Line College Basketball Podcast: Subscribe to the The Bottoms Line College Hoops Podcast on iTunes Join the The Bottoms Line College Basketball Email Digest to get an email whenever a new post or podcast is posted Follow the The Bottoms Line on Twitter or via RSS to get updates as soon as new articles and podcasts are posted. Download this podcast in mp3 format for later:...
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