It’s been 10 days since Kentucky was crowned the 2012 college basketball National Champions, and it’s time to put a bow on the season. And on Thursday, Rob Dauster of CollegeBasketballTalk.com joined me, to do just that.
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Amongst the many topics Rob and I discussed included:
- Rob’s time in New Orleans for the Final Four. How was it? How did it rank compared to other Final Four’s, and most importantly, how is his body now holding up?
- The greatness of the 2012 Kentucky Wildcats, and how the image of the program and John Calipari changed with the title win. More importantly, if you’re a high school recruit, is there any good reason NOT to consider Kentucky at this point?
- The downfall of the 2012 UConn Huskies. Is this the end of an era for a proud basketball program? Can they continue to win when Jim Calhoun is gone?
- Looking at some of the players who’ve decided to go pro, who made the right decisions and who didn’t? Why draft position is more important than a player’s actual “readiness.”
- We say goodbye to some of our favorite players, including Kansas’ Thomas Robinson. Rob gives some insight into what makes him such a truly special player.
- And finally we conclude by discussing the two big-name high school players who made their college choices on Wednesday night. How good are Shabazz Muhammad and Nerlens Noel? And how will they impact the 2013 college basketball season.