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Titus & Tate

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Mark Titus and Tate Frazier, from the diehard hoop states of Indiana and North Carolina, reunite to crack the mysteries in the world of basketball and beyond!

Mark Titus and Tate Frazier, from the diehard hoop states of Indiana and North Carolina, reunite to crack the mysteries in the world of basketball and beyond!


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Mark Titus and Tate Frazier, from the diehard hoop states of Indiana and North Carolina, reunite to crack the mysteries in the world of basketball and beyond!




Replacement Teams, The Michigan Hype Train, and What’s Happening in the ACC?

Titus & Tate discuss the NCAA’s announcement regarding replacement teams in the tournament, the Muss Bus continues to pick up speed, and Tate shares his latest Coach K Successor Power Rankings after Wojo’s big win over North Carolina. Plus, Andy Katz joins the show to explain why Michigan jumped Baylor in his latest college basketball tier rankings.


Good Guy Justice Sueing, Blue Blood Resurgence, and All Eyes on Ayo

Watch out new bloods, the blue bloods are back! Titus & Tate break down all the action from another thrilling college basketball Saturday, including Duke’s upset win over Virginia, Ayo Dosunmu’s triple-double, and should we be worried about Texas? Plus, stop asking Titus if he’s mad about Ohio State losing to Michigan… He isn’t mad…


Pac-12 After Dark, Call the POY Race Already, and Michigan Man, John Beilein

Titus & Tate kick off the show with a late night edition of the Pac-12 Update including Titus’ latest Fraud Power Rankings. Then, the winningest coach in Michigan basketball history, John Beilein, joins the show to preview the Ohio State vs. Michigan game, discuss passing the reigns to Juwan Howard, and his decision to have Duncan Robinson come off the bench his senior year. Plus, why aren’t people willing to admit that Luka Garza already has POY wrapped up?


Jalen Johnson Opts Out, the 7-Year Itch and Biggest Losers

Duke freshman Jalen Johnson opts out of the rest of the season, Jim Christian is out at Boston College, and Titus & Tate think it’s nearly time for Brad Stevens to return to college basketball. Plus, North Carolina’s struggles against Virginia continue and are Ohio State and Michigan simply among the teams competing to be the “biggest loser”?


Panic Button Status and Fraud Power Rankings

No fanbase is ever totally satisfied with its team’s performance, but Titus & Tate break down who should be feeling good this year and who’s reaching for the panic button (hello, Duke Blue Devils). Plus, Titus reveals his latest Fraud Power Rankings and Andy Katz joins the pod to share where he thinks the top Big Ten teams could end up on Selection Sunday.


Titus & Tate’s Guide to the College Basketball Galaxy

Where were we? Where are we now? Where are we going? If you’re just now getting caught up on all things college basketball, Titus & Tate have you covered with an update on all the biggest storylines this season including Gonzaga and Baylor’s dominance, blueblood struggles and which freshmen to keep an eye on.


Apologies to Baylor, Wonky Wednesday and Buckeyes to the Final Four

Titus & Tate discuss Baylor’s convincing win over Texas and apologize for stating this season was “Gonzaga vs. The Field”. Plus, the guys react to two Top 5 upsets on Wednesday, Tate continues to carry water for the Champagnie twins, and Titus watches the end of Ohio State vs. Iowa live while recording.


College Basketball’s Intercontinental Belt, Sister Jean Infiltrates KenPom, and Virginia Tech-nically Better

We’re so close… Selection Sunday is just six weeks away, and watch out, Titus & Tate are both starting to believe in their alma maters… Plus, Drake is in the AP Top 25, Sister Jean has found a way to infiltrate KenPom, and Charlotte Wilder joins the show to discuss her latest mishap aboard the Virginia bandwagon.


Stanford’s Back, SEC/Big 12 Challenge, and Andy Katz Defends the Broncos

Stanford, Arizona State and cryptocurrency headline Titus’ Pac-12 Update, then Titus & Tate make their picks for the SEC/Big 12 Challenge. Plus, Andy Katz joins for more tier talk, including why he still stands by Boise State.


Coach K’s Next Step Forward, RIP “The Barn” Magic, and Hottest Teams in the ACC with Mike Rutherford

Titus & Tate react to the round two of Coach K vs. the Duke student population, Mark Turgeon and the Maryland Terrapins have killed the magic at The Barn, and Titus tries to pump life back into Virginia’s early season narrative. Plus, Louisville has now beat both Kentucky and Duke this season, so Mike Rutherford (Card Chronicle) joins the show to help Tate explain what exactly is going on in the ACC.


Indiana’s Back, Larry Scott’s Out, and the Crimson Tide are Rollin’

Titus & Tate react to Commissioner Larry Scott and the Pac-12 parting ways in the biggest Pac-12 Update yet. Plus, Indiana is back after a huge win over Iowa, Alabama picks up its second 30-point victory, and Andy Katz returns for a little college basketball tier talk.


Baylor’s 8-Point Blowout, Making Sense of the ACC, and Blue Blood Blues

With the win over Kansas, is Baylor every bit as good as Gonzaga? Plus, the blue bloods continue to struggle, Michigan falls at The Barn, Luke Garza further cements himself as Player of the Year, and Tate tries to make sense of the ACC as Virginia returns onto the scene.


Full Circle with Gus Johnson, Mac is Back, and Michigan Hunger Games

The GOAT, Gus Johnson, joins Titus & Tate to share some of the biggest moments from his illustrious career and gets emotional discussing his return to his alma mater to call the Howard vs. Notre Dame game in Washington DC on MLK Day. Plus, Michigan remains the most talked about team, Mac McClung is hitting daggers against Texas, and it’s time for another Pac-12 Update.


Kentucky is Healing, a LA Double-Sweep, and College Football Tears

Titus & Tate take a moment to react to Titus’ Buckeyes getting absolutely worked by Alabama in the College Football National Championship game. Plus, a LA basketball double-sweep, Sharife Cooper makes his Auburn debut, and Kentucky remains undefeated in 2021.


The Most Undefeated Teams, Coach K’s Load Management, and Tier Talk with Andy Katz

All eyes are on Michigan right now, but where do they rank among the other remaining undefeated teams? Titus & Tate discuss if the Wolverines deserves all the praise, plus, Jon Scheyer officially ascends to the top (well… almost) of the Coach K Successor Power Rankings, and Andy Katz joins the show to defend his latest college basketball tier rankings.


The Road to Indiana, Top-Tier Texas, and the Shorts Seen Around the World

It’s official, March Madness is officially taking over the state of Indiana. Plus, Mike Brey’s shorts land him “Good Guy of the Week,” Texas hands Kansas its worst home loss under Bill Self, and Cal’s Kids finally pick up another win.


Gonzaga’s M.O., More Cal-isms and College Basketball’s Greatest Rivalry

At long last, Titus & Tate finally acknowledge the Louisville/Kentucky rivalry. Plus, Titus has the data to show that this season’s start is *not* Gonzaga’s M.O., “Mask Madness” is apparently heading to Indiana, and how will Coach K respond to the Duke’s women’s basketball team opting out of the season?


All Aboard the Muss Bus, Cal’s Kids and Gonzaga vs. the Field

Arkansas head coach, Eric Musselman, joins Titus & Tate to discuss coaching college vs the pro game, his dad’s influence, and of course, the new Arkansas Charge Wall. Plus, just when we thought we were done talking about Cal’s Kids, they pull us back in… and is it truly Gonzaga vs. the field this year?


Pointing Fingers and Taking Charges

Someone is ducking their CBS Sports Classic matchup and Titus & Tate are determined to get to the bottom of it. Plus, Titus takes a stand against charges, Duke is back, and a little tier talk with Andy Katz.


Kentucky’s Hierarchy of Needs, The State of the State of Virginia Basketball, and K’s Guys

Titus & Tate discuss how young Cal’s Guys (Kids?) are this year, Nate Oats’ apology to Coach K, and give an update on the current college basketball power balance in the state of Virginia. Plus, the guys react to Florida’s Keyontae Johnson collapsing midgame.