TheSabre.com Podcast – Hey Portal!

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

The Virginia basketball team’s season finished with another ACC Regular Season Championship, but three players have announced their intent to transfer and all three seniors have officially moved on in the weeks after the season too. TheSabre.com Podcast takes a look at the hottest topic out there: the transfer portal.

Editor Kris Wright, Associate Editor Chris Horne, and host Jeff Sweatman also look at the start of spring practice for the Virginia football team with a focus on Brennan Armstrong and the quarterbacks. Plus in the “Turning The Tables” segment, Sweatman shared a new madness song – One Shining Transfer.

You can find the podcast on Anchor, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and more. You can listen to it embedded below too.

Here are the time stamps for this episode:

0 – Introduction, initial thoughts on the roster and transfers
8:30 – Trey Murphy III + The NBA Decision
16:55 – Some Transfer Possibilities For The Hoos
25:35 – Thoughts On NCAA Championship Game + Dawn Staley
35:15 – Virginia Football – Spring Practice Opens + Quarterbacks
50:45 – One Shining Transfer

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

4 Responses You are logged in as Test

  1. Juzang had best UCLA tournament since Lew Alcindor? Jeff may want to do a little research on a guy named Bill Walton. Spoiler alert, Walton went 21-22 in the 1973 NCAA finals with 44 points and 13 rebounds.

    1. So true and he wasn’t going up against a front court of chopped liver either. Bill Walton when completely healthy was as good as any basketball player that ever played the game.

    2. I think Jeff was referencing this: “He has already totaled 108 points (21.6 points per game), which is second all-time at UCLA through 5 tournament games (Lew Alcindor).”

  2. My guess is Jeff is like me. A 40 something that never saw Walton play and mostly sees him now as an entertaining pothead analyst on tv

Comments are closed.