Xavier Tillman: 22:30-30:30
Cassius Winston Interview: 54:00-end
In this episode, new Michigan State commit Max Christie joins me & Justin Thind (from Rivals’ Spartan Mag) to discuss his commitment to Michigan State. Hear about how long MSU was his leader, what he thought of his official visit, who else he’s trying to recruit with him to MSU, and much more.
Wil and Matt react (professionally) to five-star shooting guard Max Christie committing to Michigan State. They break down the scholarship situation and some of Christie’s game. Then Matt talks with Christie’s high school coach, Kevin Katovich to learn more about what MSU is getting in their newest recruit.
Tom Izzo discusses racial inequality and moving forward with college athletics. Izzo builds his ‘Dream Player’ with Andy from ten specific characteristics.
For this episode of Tucker Talks, I am joined by my good friend Robbie Gould, the San Francisco 49ers placekicker. We discussed football, family, and how he’s been kickin’ it during the quarantine.
Three time All-American and two time Big ten player of the year. Also, the star of the 2000 National Championship team at Michigan State University and former NBA player. Now, a leadership coach at United Wholesale Mortgage, Mateen Cleaves joins us to talk about his career as a Michigan State player as well his NBA playing days.
In this emergency pod, Dan re-welcomes everyone back to Breslin Banter. This isn’t how he wanted to reintroduce the pod, but when EMONI BATES commits to Michigan State, you’ve gotta make some adjustments. Here he also introduces his new co-host, David Klein, and they go in-depth on what to expect from the new brand, Spartan Hoops.
In this episode, 2021 Michigan State basketball commit Pierre Brooks joins the podcast to discuss his commitment to Michigan State, as well as who he’s trying to recruit alongside him at Michigan State!
Emoni Bates commits to MSU for the 2022 class. We discuss why we think he will actually see the floor at the Breslin, and what it means for the program going forward. Welcome to MSU Emoni!!!
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are joined by Mel Tucker, as he talks about challenges that come from everything going on in the world, the importance of communicating and connecting with his players, college recruiting and what traits he looks for in players, similarities between the college and NFL game, and much more
“When I look back, I can’t say when it all happened with Colin Kaepernick that I agreed with it,” Izzo said on Tiki & Tierney. “I can’t say I did. I do a lot of military stuff. But like a lot of people, [I was] semi-uneducated. ”Since the murder of George Floyd, however, Izzo has sought to educate himself. He also put Kaepernick’s protest in context with protests that were common in his – Izzo’s – youth.
Tom Izzo gives his thoughts and insights on many issues. Mentors, transfers, cheating, social justice, and the general state of the game were all discussed. Coach Izzo didn’t hold back.