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Jon Rothstein: Recurring Pattern For Self, Kansas

CBS Sports college basketball insider Jon Rothstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio on Monday to discuss numerous March Madness topics, including yet another disappointing tournament exit by Kansas. 658 more words

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Jon Rothstein: Recurring Pattern For Self, Kansas

CBS Sports college basketball insider Jon Rothstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio on Monday to discuss numerous March Madness topics, including yet another disappointing tournament exit by Kansas. 658 more words

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Jon Rothstein: Momentum Under Thompson Shifted In Wrong Direction

Georgetown fired John Thompson III Thursday, this after the Hoyas went 14-18 this past season, including 5-13 in the Big East.

Thompson went 278-151 in 13 seasons with the Hoyas but finished with a losing record each of the last two years. 512 more words

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This Thread of Jon Rothstein Saying "It's March" is a Must Watch

#OpenChallenge creator and content machine @JeffMcDev has created a multitude of tweets using popular songs, cinematic masterpieces, and quotes. Jeff uses CBS College Basketball Insider, Jon Rothstein’s/Photoshop’s generic, voice to end the recorded clip. 476 more words

Jon Rothstein: Ball Is Once Every Two Or Three-Decade Type Player

CBS Sports college basketball insider Jon Rothstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio on Monday to discuss numerous March Madness topics, including the head-coaching carousel.

We’ll start with Indiana, which fired Tom Crean last Thursday after nine seasons. 942 more words

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Jon Rothstein: 'Door Is Open' For Arizona To Make Final Four

CBS Sports college basketball insider Jon Rothstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio to preview the NCAA Tournament.

We’ll start with Arizona (30-4), which received one of the friendliest draws in the tournament. 521 more words

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Jon Rothstein: 'Door Is Open' For Arizona To Make Final Four

CBS Sports college basketball insider Jon Rothstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio to preview the NCAA Tournament.

We’ll start with Arizona (30-4), which received one of the friendliest draws in the tournament. 521 more words

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