Dishin & Swishin 3/29/12 Podcast: It’s Final Four Time! Previews from the roundtable
As the NCAA tournament roars to an exciting conclusion with the four top seeds, the four teams that have been ahead of all of the others for almost the entire season, on a collision course the Dishin & Swishin roundtable returns one more time to break it all down for you.
We assembled an esteemed panel from the coaching and journalistic worlds to give their experiences, analysis, and projections some air time.
The panel this week is:
- Stephanie White, a newcomer to the roundtable, from ESPN and assistant coach of the Indiana Fever
- Christy Winters-Scott, ESPN analyst and a Final Four participant the last time all four number ones made it
- Mel Greenberg, the guru of women’s basketball journalists
- Shimmy Gray-Miller, former Division I head coach
- Doug Feinberg, head of women’s basketball coverage for the Associated Press
Who will cut down the nets? Can Stanford stop Griner and Sims, and can Baylor stop the Ogwumike sisters? Are the sisters the best front court duo in women’s basketball history? Is this Geno Auriemma’s best coaching job, going from a star-based system with Maya Moore to a total team effort this year? Is this 2001 revisited, with Connecticut beating Notre Dame in the Big East final, only to be defeated by the Irish in the Final Four? When you play four times, what can you do differently? How do you defend Skylar Diggins and how do you keep Natalie Novosel away from the foul line?