TheW.tv's Amanda Blackwell previews the 2014 West Coast Conference Cross Country Championship with Santa Clara head coach Felipe Montoro, who walks us through the course at Baylands Park in Sunnyvale, California.
Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman and Jordan Cornette add their brash perspectives to some of the biggest stories in sports, including the soft culture around the NBA and a Notre Dame football player dating a porn star.
Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon and a couple of his veterans Cameron Wright and James Robinson talk about how things have changed in year number two in the ACC and how they look to avoid some late game disappointments that plagued the Panthers a year ago.
How should Notre Dame handle the rumors that one of its wide receivers is dating a porn star? Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman and Jordan Cornette bring their bold opinions about the relationship between a college athlete and an adult film star.
Georgia Tech head coach Brian Gregory is one of the most noticeable sideline personalities in the ACC, but this year he thinks it will be his team that steps into the spotlight. Gregory touts his veteran roster and tells why they're in a position to wreak havoc in the conference this season.
NC State has been a staple in the NCAA Tournament in each of its three seasons under head coach Mark Gottfried, but the fourth year head coach is searching for ways that his team can step forward and make a deeper run in the big dance.
San Diego State women’s golf clinches its second team victory this season at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown & UNLV’s Dana Finkelstein wins the individual title, former UNLV track & field athlete Talyah Polee is crowned Miss Colorado USA, and the men’s and women’s Cross Country Pre-Championship Polls are released.
Hear the best basketball media day sound bites from the likes of Gonzaga's Kevin Pangos, San Francisco's Rex Walters, and San Diego's Johnny Dee, plus find out why BYU's Jennifer Hamson is excelling in not one, but two sports.
After a strong postseason showing last season that resulted in a semifinal appearance in the NIT, Clemson head coach Brad Brownell is eager to get back on the floor this season in hopes of an NCAA Tournament berth. Brownell believes that defense and toughness will be the cornerstones of his program in 2014-15.
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino may be a seasoned veteran on the coaching circuit, but now he enters the intense atmosphere of the ACC. Pitino talks about what he feels the Cardinals can bring to their new conference and what it means to be in the company of coaching legends.
Jim Christian has made the leap from the MAC to the ACC with Boston College and expects to continue piling up the wins on his coaching resume. Hear why Christian believes his team is ready to compete this season against some of the best teams in the country.
One of New York Life's great initiatives is their Keep Good Going campaign. ACC Digital Network basketball analyst and former UNC hoops star Jason Capel talks about how having a father and brother in the coaching profession has helped him Keep Good Going in his experience on the hard court and in life.
Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein joins TCU's Gary Patterson to play a little music, talk a lot of football, and discuss how the Horned Frogs' coach has evolved on (82 points in one game!) and off the field.
Several key departures have impacted the UVA roster, but hear why Malcolm Brogdon and Darion Atkins think some of the new additions to the program will help build the culture that was established during last season's run that earned them a #1 seed and a Sweet 16 appearance.
Todd Gurley's suspension has been extended two more games by the NCAA for accepting money for autographs. Our insider Dave Miller joins Ray Crawford to discuss how Georgia will fare in these next two games, and whether Gurley will be rested or rusty in his return against Auburn.
Listen as BC guard Olivier Hanlan and center Dennis Clifford talk about the excitement and enthusiasm new head coach Jim Christian is bringing to the program and how the expectations are high for the Eagles heading into the upcoming season.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy opens up about his infamous, “I'm a man, I'm 40” speech. Find out which one of his family members does a spot-on impersonation in this bonus clip from The Seth Davis Show.
Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein sits down with College Football Playoff Committee Chairman Jeff Long to discuss Florida State, Notre Dame, Alabama, the committee's most difficult rankings, and what it was like to be part of college football history.
The SEC West may have received the most love by the playoff committee, but what about the SEC East? Managing editor Pete Fiutak and football analyst Doug Chapman discuss whether or not Georgia should be ranked higher than 11th.
Jeff Fischel and former UNC Quarterback Bryn Renner discuss Notre Dame being ranked #10 in the first ever College Football Playoff Rankings, whether they deserve to be higher and what the Fighting Irish can do to work its way into the inaugural 4-team playoff.
Jeff Fischel and former UNC quarterback Bryn Renner discuss FSU being ranked #2 in the initial College Football Playoff Rankings and break down the Seminoles' chances of remaining in the top four the entire season.
Sixteen players from current Mountain West institutions are on opening day rosters as the NBA tips off its season tonight, Colorado State’s Garrett Grayson and Boise State’s Grant Hedrick are selected as Manning Award “Stars of the Week,” and Aggies’ wide receiver Hunter Sharp is named to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List.
On this episode of The Feed, find out what Michael Jordan needs to fix before joining Twitter full time, see some of the more creative Halloween costumes around the NCAA and hear what cocktail best represents the Michigan Wolverines.
Duration: 164:34 //Posted Tue, Oct 28, 1:25 PM MDT
All ten West Coast Conference women's basketball teams are interviewed about the upcoming season at the WCC Tip-Off Event at the Time Warner Cable SportsNet studios in El Segundo, California, on Monday, October 27, 2014.