In today's podcast we're joined by one of the best new television analysts working in sports today – ESPN's Seth Greenberg. After a lengthy coaching career, Greenberg moved to Bristol from Virginia Tech after the 2012 season and he's quickly cemented himself as one of the sport's most enthusiastic and insightful voices. Today we talk about a number of topics touching on Seth's TV career and the current season including…

-How working in television is refreshing compared to the daily grind of coaching.
-How much of his coaching personality comes through in front of the cameras?
-Whether or not he would consider a return to coaching and what friends in the profession tell him about his second career.
-Wichita State's unbeaten season and the pressure now facing the Shockers.
-Syracuse's precipitous fall and why teams have figured out the Orange.
-Why the Big 12 is the best conference in college basketball and the Big 10 has the most teams who can win the national championship.
-Explaining Ohio State's struggles this season.
-Why conference realignment has hurt the game.
-The pressure of being on the bubble being the toughest experience he had in coaching.
-Some super sleeper NCAA Tournament picks that could help your bracket pool.

All that and so much more with Seth Greenberg on today's podcast.

For more from Seth, follow him on Twitter @SethonHoops.

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