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E141: Seth Greenberg – Basketball Analyst, ESPN College Gameday



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Seth Greenberg joined ESPN in 2012 as a college basketball analyst, bringing 35 years of coaching experience to the job. He appears on various platforms, most often as a game or studio analyst, and is a regular on SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. At the start of the 2014-2015 season, Greenberg joined ESPN’s College GameDay.

He has contributed to ESPN’s game coverage with the “Behind-the-Bench” series, where coaches allow him additional access in game and Greenberg gives the viewer’s analysis from a coach’s point of view. Greenberg is also a co-host on a weekly podcast Courtside with ESPN analyst Dan Dakich, available on ESPN.com.

Greenberg posted a record of 383-293 in his 22 years as a head coach (Long Beach State, South Florida, Virginia Tech) and secured 11 postseason appearances. He led the Virginia Tech Hokies for nine seasons (2003-12), where he was a two-time ACC Coach of the Year and reached the post-season six times. He is second on the school’s all-time wins list with 170-123 record, and his Hokies were 3-3 against No. 1 ranked teams with all three losses coming on the final possession of the game.

Follow Seth on Twitter: @SethonHoops
or Facebook: @SethonHoops

E140: Nick Mangold – College Roommate, 11yrs as Jets Center, Recently Retired



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Nick was my college roommate at The Ohio State University. We both grew up in the Centerville/Kettering, OH area. Nick went on from OSU and was drafted by the New York Jets in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection with the Jets, and was considered to be among the best at his position. Nick recently announced his retirement from the NFL.

Follow Nick on Twitter: @nickmangold

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