Bobby Reagan of Barstool Sports (aka @BarstoolReags) joins the BeDFRNT Podcast to talk Sean Miller, UC vs. Wichita State, Xavier’s Big East title, and all the crazy finishes over the last week. Stay up to date with all Bobby’s content by following @BarstoolReags on twitter. Read More
Luke and Mike of Barstool Cincinnati (@UCbarstool) join the BeDFRNT podcast to talk expectations as the #10 ranked team in the country moves into postseason play. We also discuss why Mick Cronin’s resume still has people asking questions also what a 30 year old can do on a Friday night in Clifton. Read More
Northern Kentucky big man, Drew McDonald joins the BeDFRNT podcast to talk about his time at NKU, pregame rituals and the upcoming Horizon League Conference Tournament. Read More
NBA veteran and Xavier superstar and forever bucket getterJordan Crawford joins the BeDFRNT crew. Brad relives moments of “trying” to defend Jordan in practice and JC updates the crew on his current status. And of course, we had to relive some of Jordan’s incredible moments in the NCAA tournament as well as scoring 72 points in China.
Former Xavier player and Cincinnati legend Keith Jackson joins the BeDFRNT crew to talk Thad Matta, the 2004 Elite 8 run, and the current transfer rule at the D1 level.
Brady Laber, the voice of Northern Kentucky Basketball, joins the BeDFRNT podcast. Brady discusses some of biggest influences when it comes to broadcasting, sends out a few STUFFARRINOS, and of course talks a little NKU.
Dermarr Johnson joins the BeDFRNT team to discuss his standout career in basketball as well as his blossoming coaching career. From being ranked as the #1 player in high school to becoming a Division 1 and NBA standout. Dermarr breaks down his life as a hooper and lessons learned. Read More
All eyes are on the Michigan State athletic program and Jeremy Warnemuende is in the trenches of the investigation. Mr. Warnemuende, who covers Michigan State football and basketball for 24/7 sports, joins the BeDFRNT crew to provide some insight on Tom Izzo as well as the rest of the athletic administration. Read More