Found March 02, 2012 on BeyondUSports:
Beyond Courtside Episode 7 TJ Rives is back  talking college hoops on episode 7 of “Beyond Courtside.” This week’s guest is Jon Gold, the UCLA beat writer for the LA Daily News. The main focus is the turmoil surrounding the Bruins program, Ben Howland’s job security and their game against Washington on Saturday. Then Mark Wise returns to talk about the bubble teams and he gives his three wise men for the week. photo credit: You can listen to the podcast wherever you go if you download the TuneIn app for your mobile device. For details on how to download the app click here.  Enjoy the podcast! BeyondU Sports BeyondU Sports - Best College Sports Blog Site

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