Joining hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony for a special Ivy League Tournament recap and NCAA Tournament preview edition of On the Vine are special guest Bobby Norell of One Foot Down (SB Nation’s Notre Dame site), and IHO writers Rob Browne and George Clark.
The panel gets a detailed breakdown of Notre Dame’s team, season and program from Norell and then reflects extensively on the ups and downs of the inaugural Ivy League Tournament and the future of the tourney.
On the Vine welcomes very special guest, Steven Tydings of CSNPhilly.com (and occasionally of IHO), to talk the captivating Harvard-Penn finish and his observations from watching both Penn-Princeton regular season games.
The panel analyzes the Ivy League’s and IHO’s All-Ivy selections and looks ahead to the inaugural Ivy League Tournament with keys to the games and predictions. In addition to Tydings, hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO founder Ian Halpern and IHO writers George Clark and Rob Browne.
On the Vine welcomes two very special guests – Princeton basketball 2008 alum and radio and Ivy League Digital Network commentator, and IHO contributor Ian Wenik.
Savage breaks down the many factors fueling Princeton’s undefeated Ivy run through 12 games, previews the Tigers’ regular season-closing weekend and looks ahead to how the Ivy League Digital Network will cover the inaugural Ivy League Tournament. Wenik reflects on the atmosphere at Levien Gym and analyzes how Columbia bounced back from a drubbing by Princeton Friday evening to pivotally push past Penn the following night. The panel considers potential future sites for the Ivy tournament and predicts what the inaugural tourney’s four men’s seeds will be next weekend.
In addition to Savage and Wenik, hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO writer George Clark.
On the Vine welcomes two very special guests – Columbia Director of Basketball Operations Jonathan Safir and Mike James (@ivybball).
Safir discusses how Columbia is regrouping after a four-game skid and sizes up what the Lions are looking for in their crucial matchups versus Princeton and Penn this weekend. Mike James discusses Penn’s variance-balancing act, and the panel weighs in on the inaugural Ivy League Tournament being held automatically at the Palestra.
In addition to Safir and James, hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO writer George Clark.
On the Vine welcomes two very special guests – Dartmouth Director of Basketball Operations Scott Waterman and Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group President Luke Benz.
Waterman discusses what has fueled Dartmouth’s gradual progress over the course of this season under new head coach David McLaughlin, and Benz highlights the games to watch out for in the race for the Ivy League Tournament No. 4 seed – while both consider the use of analytics in basketball scouting and fandom, respectively.
In addition to Waterman and Benz, hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO writer George Clark.
Dartmouth Director of Basketball Operations Scott Waterman and Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group President Luke Benz are set to join IHO writer George Clark and hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony for this week’s podcast episode of On the Vine. Listen live Thursday at 7 p.m. EST and send questions for the panel at Mixlr here.
In a special episode of On the Vine, 2016 Yale graduate and two-time Ivy Player of the Year Justin Sears joins the panel to update listeners on his German professional basketball career, share his reflections on Yale’s NCAA Tournament run last season and offer insights into the reasons for Yale’s many recent successes. The panel also breaks down last weekend’s matchups, including Harvard-Columbia, and looks ahead to this weekend’s slate.
Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO writers George Clark and Sam Tydings, in addition to Sears, maybe the only On the Vine guest who has ever dunked a basketball (besides Sam, of course).
Very special guest and two-time Ivy Player of the Year Justin Sears is set to join an On the Vine panel including IHO writers George Clark and Sam Tydings at 7 p.m. EST Thursday (today), alongside hosts Peter Andrews and Mike Tony. Listen live and send questions for Mr. Sears at Mixlr here.