Not Half Bad podcast: program building, turning points, updates on St. John's and Rutgers

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We discuss the Villanova loss, craftiness, program building and more.

Norman of Rumble in the Garden and Dave of On the Banks are back with another episode of Not Half Bad, definitely focusing on the bad this time around. With Rutgers and St. John’s each having only one game this week, the conversation gets deep as:

  • Dave missed the Rutgers game to watch hockey (what the hell) so Norman tells everyone how Rutgers lost.
  • Norman and Dave talk about St. John’s loss to Villanova and what’s going on with the program in what a lot of fans thought would be a breakout year.
  • What does it take to turn a program around? What is the turning point and how do rebuilding programs get there?
  • St. John’s has a busy week coming up, while Rutgers has UCF on Wednesday.

Not Half Bad, Season 2, Episode 12 – right-click to download. Like it? Hate it? Comment or email us about it at nothalfbadpod@gmail.com or on twitter at @NHBPod.

19 MB, 38 minutes

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Not Half Bad, Season 2, Episode 12 - right-click to download, or play in the player below. Like it? Hate it? Comment or email us about it at nothalfbadpod@gmail.com.

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