In the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, George Ofman (Newsradio 780/105.9 WBBM), Patrick Finley (Chicago Sun-Times) and national college football analyst Anthony Herron join Kap on the panel.
Northwestern makes its NCAA Tournament debut tomorrow. Are fans happy to just be there or do they need to win to satisfy Wildcat Nation.
Meanwhile, the search for the next Illinois head coach continues. Should they throw big money at Virginia’s Tony Bennett?
Plus, the panel discusses Artem Anisimov’s injury, the Bears’ plans in the draft and Scott Paddock drops by to talk about the pit road fight between Kyle Busch and Joey Logano.
Check out the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast right here:
Porter Morter isn't going anywhere.
After reports circulated that St. John's offered him a long-term contract worth north of $2 million per year, the 50-year-old head coach has decided instead to stay at Loyola. He's led the Ramblers to three 20-win seasons in the past five years, and guided the program in 2018 to their first Final Four appearance since 1963 — a span of 55 years.
Moser released this statement on his Twitter account on Tuesday:
Dear Rambler Nation,
I know there have been a lot of things swirling out there the past few days. Because I have coached and coached with some amazing young men, and because I have had the support of the University, friends, family, and the loyal Loyola fans; opportunities have arisen. I know that is part of the business, but it doesn't change the fact that I'm humbled, grateful, and grounded with what comes my way.
People in business say I'm crazy for passing up opportunities and the money. But what they don't know is the amazing young men I coach and the culture we have built. What they don't know are the amazing young men who are committed to come to Loyola and wear the Maroon and Gold. What they don't know are the people and friends that make up the Loyola community. And what they don't know is what makes me tick.
So what I do say to Rambler nation is ... let's keep building this culture and making a difference. Let's keep chasing championships. Let's do things better than we have ever done before.
With that said ... I'M ALL IN!
David Haugh, Teddy Greenstein and Chris Bleck join Kap on the panel.
0:00- The Men's Final Four is set and the biggest surprise is that Duke isn't one of the four. What does the loss mean for Zion Williamson's legacy in Durham?
7:30- The panel breaks down the Final Four matchups.
11:00- After a disasterous weekend in Texas, should Cubs fans be worried about their team even though they've played only 3 games?
17:00- The panel recapping the betting weekend including Virginia's bad beat and the Bears win total.
Listen to the entire podcast here or in the embedded player below.
Sports Talk Live Podcast