In this hoops-centric episode, Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss the end of Wyoming men's basketball's trying season and the start of a crucial offseason as it pertains to the future of the program and Allen Edwards. They then give their takes on the NCAA Tournament and make some picks.
Davis, on site in Las Vegas, reconvenes with Brady to briefly recap Wyoming's pro day before diving into Wyoming's upcoming week in the Mountain West basketball tournaments. Mountain West Wire lead college basketball writer Eli Boettger also joins the show to preview the men's tournament and the league's outlook for the NCAA Tournament.
With the NFL scouting combine starting this week, Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss the two former Wyoming players set to participate in the annual pre-draft event. And hear from one of them, Andrew Wingard, who discusses his preparation for the combine and the most important part as it pertains to his draft stock.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss Wyoming's surging women's basketball team that finds itself in a familiar position in the Mountain West race. They then talk about Wyoming coach Allen Edwards' message to fans amid the men's trying season.
Davis and Brady reconvene to briefly hit on the final touches to Wyoming's signing class before discussing the sexual assault charge recently filed against Wyoming draft prospect Carl Granderson and how the school should handle it at this point. They then pivot to the Cowboys' matchup with No. 7 Nevada on the hardwood and if they have a prayer of pulling off the stunner.
Davis and Brady reconvene to talk hoops and Craig Bohl's decision to promote Jake Dickert as Wyoming's defensive coordinator before pondering if the Mountain West is destined to be a one-bid league in this year's NCAA Tournament. They wrap it up with a discussion about more selective enforcement from the NCAA related to another infractions case.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss the shakeup to Wyoming football's coaching staff, including Craig Bohl's search for a new defensive coordinator. They then hit on basketball ending its skid with its first Division I win in nearly two months.
Davis and Brady dive into the upcoming college football all-star games featuring Wyoming's top draft prospects and ponder what Nico Evans, Andrew Wingard and Carl Granderson can do to make themselves more appealing to NFL teams. They then offer theories (not counting all the attrition) as to why Wyoming basketball is struggling to be competitive in the Mountain West at this point.
Davis and Brady reconvene for a lengthy discussion on Wyoming basketball's downward spiral and what, if anything, the Cowboys can do to turn it around. The conversation then turns to football and the tweaks that could be coming to Wyoming's offense next season with Sean Chambers (probably) under center.
Davis (in Mississippi) and Brady (in Nebraska) reconvene to talk about the week that was in Wyoming football recruiting and basketball, which is dealing with yet another injury. The rainy conversation then turns to their favorites when it comes to the Christmas season.