Mark Titus and Tate Frazier, from the diehard hoop states of Indiana and North Carolina, reunite to crack the mysteries in the world of basketball and beyond!
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Titus & Tate break down all the latest news surrounding the possible postponement of a fall college football season and the impact these discussions will have on college basketball now and in the future. Plus, the Top 5 list returns with Favorite Improved Players!
The Lakers aren’t making shots, Duncan Robinson’s still got the hot hand, and is “Fat Zion” back? Titus & Tate catch you up on all the biggest storylines inside the NBA bubble. Plus, Nojel Eastern’s complicated chapter in the transfer portal has come to an end.
Titus & Tate catch you up on all the latest NBA Draft withdrawal news at the deadline, including Luka Garza’s return to Iowa. Plus, the guys share their opinions on the Pac-12 #WeAreUnited group and react to all the latest NBA action, with an update on their Bubble Breakouts.
It's the moment we’ve all been waiting for… against all odds, the bubble worked and the NBA is officially back! Titus & Tate break down the biggest moments from the first night of NBA bubble action and share who they predict could be “bubble breakouts”.
Titus & Tate’s #1 recruit in the country, Peyton Watson, joins the show to announce where he’ll be playing in the Fall of 2021, how he’s stayed hungry through the process and what it was like to be recruited by another friend of the program... Plus, Titus shares his college basketball bubble plan and the guys learn that if you punish Lou Will, you lose the streets.
Baseball is back, NBA scrimmages are underway… dare we say it? Sports are back! To celebrate their return, Titus & Tate look back on what they’ve learned over the last few months without sports. Plus, ahead of a big Titus & Tate recruiting scoop, the guys rank their Top 5 College Basketball Recruiting Announcements.
With news of the NABC calling for standardized testing to no longer be an eligibility requirement for college players, Titus & Tate revisit the Derrick Rose SAT scandal at Memphis and discuss how it may have been handled differently today. Plus, have the “positive vibes only” increased the odds of the NBA crowning a champion?
Titus & Tate’s FOX Sports colleague and Twitter celeb, Charlotte Wilder, joins the show to discuss how she deals with the Twitter trolls, the story behind her name, and how she survived being a free agent during a pandemic. Plus, she joins Titus & Tate for the broadest top 5 draft ever: Top 5 Things from the 90s. And later, TBT has finally crowned a champion and the NBA bubble hotline has started ringing…
Fishing, golfing, chugging beer – Titus & Tate catch you up on everything happening inside the reality show that is the NBA bubble. Plus, the guys brainstorm some new name options for the “Washington Football Team” and the TBT Elam Ending delivers once again.
It hasn’t been the greatest week in sports history… but Titus & Tate are here to remind you there’s still some good news out there! The guys catch you up on the latest TBT news, including the Titus & Tate Bump unintentionally(?) backfiring on Carmen’s Crew, react to all the hilarious developments inside the NBA bubble, and celebrate the 10-year anniversary of “The Decision.”
Titus & Tate are joined by the reigning champions of The Basketball Tournament, Carmen’s Crew (Aaron Craft, Jon Diebler, David Lighty), to get a sneak peek inside the TBT bubble and discuss Titus’ obvious snub by the team. Plus, the guys share some of their favorite Summer League memories of years past and give another quick NBA update.
Titus & Tate react to Under Armour trying to get out of their $280 million deal with UCLA and dig into which basketball shoe is the best in the last 10 years. Plus, in the latest NBA update, they’ve added a second bubble, guys are setting up studios in their hotel rooms, and it looks like Zion has thrived in quarantine.
In honor of UConn’s return to the Big East, Titus & Tate draft their top moments from the Old Big East. Plus, the guys react to “the best recruit since the last recruit that was the best recruit since LeBron James,” Emoni Bates, committing to Michigan State.
The return of sports continues! This time, it’s the MLB making headlines. Titus & Tate break down the latest MLB news including rules against spitting and fighting, react to the Big Ten Network’s Conference All-Decade Teams, and Titus shares some wisdom on his “Bird-day”.
Another day, another development in the NBA’s quest to return to play. Titus & Tate react to all the latest details, including a NBA bubble hotline… Plus, college basketball has been revived, thanks to Cade Cunningham.
Who better to discuss Dean Smith vs. Bob Knight than the men who raised Titus & Tate? The “Dads of the Program”, Coach Titus and Mr. Frazier, join the show and reminisce on how college basketball was better back in the day... Plus, the guys rank their Top 5 Father/Son College Basketball Duos and Titus gives his “recruiting recap” of CU Boulder.
Pitt Assistant Coach, Jason Capel, joins Titus & Tate to share stories from his Tarheel days, how he encourages his vocal players, and what it’s like to recruit for a great recruiter, his brother. Plus, where was “The Kid”? Mark and Tate react to ESPN’s “Long Gone Summer,” and later, examine where the NBA currently is on its path back to play.
Legal analyst for The Athletic, attorney Daniel Wallach, joins Titus & Tate to share the latest on Zion Williamson’s legal case with his former marketing agent. Plus - replacement players? Reporters in the bubble? Titus & Tate give their take on all the news surrounding the NBA’s plans to resume play.
FOX Sports NBA Analyst, Chris Broussard, joins the program to discuss the NBA’s imminent return, which teams have benefitted most from the shutdown and if he thinks this season will come with an asterisk. Plus, Titus & Tate break down the penalties placed on Oklahoma State, then rank their Top 5 Sixth Men in college basketball.
Titus & Tate react to the NBA Board of Governors approving a plan for the NBA to return with a 22-team format. Plus, the guys pick a side in Dickie V vs. Will Wade and discuss the possible implications of Zion’s court battle.
In light of the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests that have arisen across the country, we have decided that it would be tactless to release a podcast episode today. To actively support change, we encourage our audience to instead listen to the voices around us that are too often drowned out, dismissed or flat-out ignored.
Former Virginia Cavalier, Justin Anderson, joins Titus & Tate to share his feelings towards Virginia’s 2019 National Championship, his development at Virginia, and some stories behind a few of his on the court altercations. Plus, is the door open for other programs to start recruiting Bobby Hurley away from Arizona State?
Trouble in paradise? Tate gives a little background and reacts to a rift in the North Carolina basketball family. Then, Doug Gottlieb joins the show to share stories from his time playing for the late Eddie Sutton. Plus, Titus & Tate bring back “NASCAR Driver, WWE Wrestler, or College Basketball Coach?” and read your Dirty Laundry stories.
Ohio State head coach, Chris Holtmann, joins Titus & Tate to share his thoughts on the recent college basketball transfers, competing against Roy Williams, and if we’ll ever get to see a version of the Crossroad Classic in Ohio. Plus, with The Last Dance breathing new life into the Michael vs. LeBron debate, Titus & Tate take a look at the most pointless and downright annoying debates in college basketball.
Matt Haarms’ Message to the Haters
New BYU Cougar, Matt Haarms, joins Titus & Tate to look back on his time as a Big Ten basketball villain, share more about his decision to play for Mark Pope at BYU and what he now knows about the mythical transfer portal. Plus, in honor of The Last Dance coming to an end, the guys rank their top five characters from the documentary.
Today’s show is all about transfers! First, Titus & Tate discuss Matt Painter’s comments on both Matt Haarms and Nojel Eastern leaving Purdue, and take a closer look at the circumstances surrounding Mac McClung’s decision to enter the transfer portal. And, on the subject of transfers, Titus & Tate rank their top DI college basketball transfers of all time.
Former Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and current BTN analyst, Stephen Bardo, joins Titus & Tate to share some stories about the 1989 Flyin’ Illini, and give his opinion on the current state of Illinois basketball and the reasons behind the Big Ten title drought. Plus, Titus & Tate react to what Zion Williamson is being asked to “admit,” and Dickie V’s proclamation that NCAA allegations are coming for two major programs.
Sam Vecenie of The Athletic joins Titus & Tate to share his insights on the NBA Draft including how scouting has been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, where he sees Obi Toppin and LaMelo Ball being taken, and why we have a class where the top prospects haven’t had particularly strong college basketball seasons. Plus, inspired by Steve Forbes’ Kentucky comments, Titus & Tate share their favorite college basketball feuds.
2011 Indiana Mr. Basketball, Cody Zeller, joins Titus & Tate to share what it’s like to play for Michael Jordan, the key differences between Indiana and North Carolina basketball, and how many Cook Out trays it takes to satisfy a 7-foot NBA player. Plus, the guys react to the latest episodes of The Last Dance and an unforgettable head coach announcement.
Titus & Tate take a deep dive into the 2003 National Championship game between Syracuse and Kansas with both Jim Boeheim and Roy Williams looking for his first title.
2017 National Champion, Joel Berry, joins Titus & Tate to accept UNC’s title of winner of the FOX Sports Ultimate Fan Bracket, and discuss reliving the Kris Jenkins shot every March, and his relationship with Grayson Allen. Plus, the guys react to Episodes 3 & 4 of The Last Dance including Isiah Thomas’ appearances, Dennis Rodman’s 48 hours in Vegas, and the “Sniff Brothers”.
Titus & Tate react to the latest on “Name, Image and Likeness” and the possible one-time transfer waiver for immediate eligibility in college basketball. Plus, the guys share their top five college basketball players that should’ve declared for the NFL Draft, and take a closer look at the coaches’ homes shown during the NFL Draft.
BYU head coach, Mark Pope, joins Titus & Tate to discuss his successful first season at BYU, surviving Rick Pitino practices, and even shaving Fred Hoiberg’s head. Plus, the guys react to ESPN releasing the tapes in the first two episodes of “The Last Dance” Michael Jordan documentary.
Notre Dame head coach, Mike Brey, joins the show (33:27) to help break down Titus & Tate’s Top 5 Lists of best college basketball coaches to hang out with. He also shares how he ended up courtside at Game 5 of the NBA Finals, his Maui Invitational attire, and how he’s recruiting over Zoom. Plus, Titus & Tate react to one of the nation’s top recruits, Jalen Green, announcing he plans to enter the NBA/G League professional pathway program and read your Dirty Laundry stories.
Wake Forest head coach and Kansas legend, Danny Manning, joins the show to discuss modern college basketball recruiting, the nickname “Danny and the Miracles” and who he’d want to be stuck with during quarantine. Plus, the guys debate which college basketball title games would have been more fun had the losing team won.
2x National Champion and current Phoenix Suns forward Mikal Bridges joins the show to put the Bridges vs. Brunson “rivalry” to bed, discuss who Villanova’s biggest rival is, and he and Titus share a mutual interest in Chipotle. Plus, Titus & Tate draft their all-time starting five by selecting one player (plus a coach) from each of the six power conferences, and a very special guest joins to wrap things up!
Titus & Tate rank their top five fictional basketball players, react to the latest transfer portal news, and give an update on the voting results in the FOX Sports Ultimate Fan Bracket. Plus, the guys run through some of their recent quarantine thoughts and read your Dirty Laundry stories.
Jeff D’Angelo is back! Titus & Tate react to HBO’s documentary “The Scheme.”
Robbie Hummel joins Titus & Tate (43:24) to discuss 3x3 in the Olympics, guarding Blake Griffin, and together, the guys draft their top five NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament individual player runs. Plus, Titus & Tate put a college basketball spin on Tiger King, assigning college basketball coaches to Tiger King characters.
2020 AP Player of the Year, Obi Toppin, joins Titus & Tate to discuss his POY race with Luka Garza, Dayton’s chemistry on and off the court, and who he thinks would’ve made it to the National Championship this year. Plus, Titus & Tate list which former college basketball players they incorrectly assumed were destined to succeed in the NBA, and react to a very telling report revealing current college basketball coaches’ favorite movies and TV shows.
The reigning MOP, Kyle Guy, joins Titus & Tate to discuss life after Virginia, college basketball blue bloods, and his relationship with Tony Bennett. Plus, the guys share their POY thoughts, and the winner of the first Club Trillion Foundation scholarship, Tate Clayton, joins the show.
Cassius Winston joins the show to discuss the unprecedented ending of his college basketball career and shares his pick for POY. Plus, HBO is “releasing the tapes” and Dirty Laundry makes its long-awaited return!
Selection Sunday has come and gone and it’s starting to sink in: there will be no March Madness this year. Titus & Tate react to life with without the tournament and shine a light on the silver lining in college basketball: Rick Pitino is back!
The NCAA Tournament has been canceled, and well, Titus & Tate aren’t really sure what to do with themselves… Mark Titus gives a quick update and shares his immediate thoughts surrounding the cancelation.
Titus and Tate recap senior nights across the country, including Titus’ trip to Dayton and East Lansing. Plus, Titus and Tate go through the current AP Top 25 and debate if they were a member of each fan base, would they be happy with their team going into the NCAA Tournament.
With the regular season coming to an end, Titus & Tate share which conference tournaments they’re most excited to watch, and rank their top Kemba candidates for the NCAA Tournament. Plus, Mick Cronin, the head men’s basketball coach at UCLA, joins the show with a message for the haters.
Former UCLA and St. John’s head coach, Steve Lavin, joins the show to discuss one of the most legendary college coaching staffs of all time, his mentor, John Wooden, and of course, his hair. Plus, UCLA might be hottest team in America, and the Ohio State panic button has officially been “un-pressed.”
The original “Friend of the Program” Duncan Robinson joins the show to discuss his performance in NBA All-Star 3-Point Contest, what’s next for his former head coach John Beilein, and how he’s spending his NBA millions. Plus, Titus & Tate recap their recent trip to San Diego State.
The Maui Invitational teams are doing big things, plus, Titus & Tate discuss San Diego State’s first loss of the season, share their current Player of the Year frontrunners, and Tate delivers his long overdue Pac-12 Update.
Titus & Tate’s new FOX Sports colleague, Doug Gottlieb, joins the show to discuss his college basketball recruiting process, what team he really wanted to play for, and why people seem to like attacking him... Plus, he introduces Titus to the original Ohio State walk-on.
Titus & Tate reflect on the NBA All-Star weekend, yet another heartbreaking UNC loss, and update you on all the latest college basketball coaching rumors. Plus, Mike Rutherford of Card Chronicle joins the show to break down Louisville’s recent struggles.
Jon Rothstein joins the show to get Titus & Tate hyped up about college basketball again, and shares his top teams and POY front-runners. Plus, Mick Cronin’s UCLA Bruins headline Tate’s Pac-12 update, and Titus’ dog Moses makes a rare appearance to give some very important predictions.
This episode is all about tears… Tate is forced to relive one of the craziest comebacks in the history of the Duke – North Carolina rivalry, and “Papa Titus” joins the show to talk about Indiana’s loss to Purdue on the day of Robert Montgomery Knight’s return to Assembly Hall.
Big Cat (Dan Katz) from Pardon My Take joins the show to debate if there’s any championship hope left for the Big Ten and, more importantly, which college basketball mascots look like coaches. Plus, Titus & Tate give the latest on one of their favorite college basketball stories of the season.
Football is finally over which means it’s officially time for college basketball to shine. Titus and Tate update you on everything you may have missed so far this season including the latest on the blue bloods and which teams are actually worth watching.
Titus & Tate discuss Coach K vs the Cameron Crazies, what in the world is going on in Madison, Wisconsin, and Tate gives his Pac-12 update.
Titus and Tate react to the sudden passing of Kobe Bryant and share what made the ‘Black Mamba’ so special to them.
Titus & Tate compare the Kansas and Kansas State fight to the biggest fights in college basketball history, discuss Zion Williamson's NBA debut, and debate if Red Panda is actually washed.
Titus & Tate return (again!) to discuss the many happening in the basketball world west of the Mississippi, Baylor’s run as number one so far, the state of college basketball overall, and Coach K’s losing streaK.
TItus & Tate discuss the rise of Pac-12 basketball in college basketball, Mick Cronin's program win, and the potential of WWIII. Then, Harry from Against All Odds joins to offer his thoughts on the college basketball betting scene.
Titus & Tate discuss holiday updates in the world of college basketball and beyond, then give out awards for the best moments in the sport over the past decade.
Titus & Tate induct the inaugural T&T Classic with the underdog Indiana Hoosiers taking down an all-time Blue Devils team in the 2002 NCAA Regional Semifinals at Rupp Arena.
TItus & Tate report live from Las Vegas at the CBS Classic to discuss the Blue Blood conundrum (again), Coach Cal's belief in Ohio State, Mick Cronin's madness, James Wiseman's wise decision and Villanova's upset over Kansas.
Titus & Tate discuss the national player of the year race through December, the full rankings of the Pac-12 from top-to-bottom, and do their best to ignore Ohio State and North Carolina.
Titus and Tate discuss Louisville's loss in front of Bill Murray, Michigan's sputtering offense, ABC's return to college hoops, and more miscellaneous thoughts!
Titus & Tate discuss AP poll revisions based on precedent, Titus's trip to Hinkle Fieldhouse, Carolina's Cole Anthony situation, and Mike Brey's loose/losing ways of late.
Titus & Tate discuss the ACC-BIG 10 Challenge, the Buckeyes's shocking blowout in Chapel Hill, Duke's back, and Patrick Ewing theories at Georgetown.
Titus & Tate report live from Durham, NC to discuss all things AP poll, Michigan's new groove, the ACC-BIG 10 Challenge, and Greg Oden's first class trip to NC.
Titus & Tate discuss all things live from the Maui Invitational, Dayton's statement week, Kansas's return to the top, and Duke's worst home loss this century.
Titus & Tate return to the world of podcasting live from the Maui Invitational.
College Basketball-Casters Mark Titus and Tate Frazier come to the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Tuesday, December 3 for a live show on the eve of the Ohio State-North Carolina game in Chapel Hill, part of the 2019 ACC/Big Ten Challenge.