Where college basketball is the priority.

All college hoops, all the time. The Field Of 68 Media Network has something for every college basketball fan in America.

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The Field Of 68 podcast network is an expansive series of shows hosted by the people that know college basketball, and the biggest college basketball teams, better than anyone.

Jeff Goodman and Robbie Hummel host a weekly podcast covering the sport from a national level.

Terrence Oglesby, John Fanta and Rob Dauster host a national podcast covering college basketball around the country.

A breakdown of the best bets in the college basketball world in your phone every morning.

Stu Douglass is a Carmel, Ind., native who spent four years in Ann Arbor under John Beilein from 2008-12. He was a two-time captain.

Wayne Turner won two national titles playing for Kentucky, one with Rick Pitino and the other with Tubby Smith.

Eric Devendorf had one of the most iconic moments in Syracuse history. He has the most iconic podcast in Syracuse history.

A.J. Guyton is an Indiana legend. He is THE source for Hoosier Hoops, and lands the interviews no one else can get.

Jeff Hawkins played for both Roy Williams and Bill Self at Kansas, and now he's hosting the Rock Chalk J-Hawk podcast.

Jason Fraser was part of Jay Wright's first recruiting class. He's back to provide access, analysis and insight on Nova you can't get anywhere else.

Jeff Greer has covered Louisville basketball for the last decade, and will continue to do so on Floyd Street's Finest.

The one place on this planet that no one wants to find themselves is inside the mind of Tim Miles. So we'll take you there.

Pat Bradley is a native Bostonian covering Arkansas hoops like only a Razorback can.

Dan Dickau is a Gonzaga legend. No one knows or loves the program like him. If you want to hear about the real Gonzaga, listen in.

Andre Dawkins spent five seasons with the Blue Devils before heading into the professional ranks.

Josh Langford is a former McDonald's All-American that was well on his way to becoming a Michigan State legend before foot injuries derailed a promising career.

Deon Thomas is an Illini legend, and he will be hosting an Illinois podcast on the Field of 68 Media Network.

Former Wolfpack star Scott Wood is back, hosting the one and only N.C. State podcast that you need to listen to.

Shammond Williams was one of the last players to be recruited by Dean Smith. He's now hosting a podcast on the Tar Heels.

Patric Young is a former McDonald's All-American and Florida legend hosting a podcast on Gator Nation.

Travis Garrison is a former Maryland big man that has created a podcast centered around Terps basketball.

Christy Winters-Scott is a Maryland women's basketball legend that will host a podcast on the women's game.

Jahenns Manigat was a star at Creighton for four years before continuing his career playing overseas.

Jason King is an award-winning journalist while Ashley Hodge owns the best Baylor site on the internet.

Debbie Antonelli is one of the few people that can cover the men's and women's game, and do it well.

How can you keep up with the Field Of 68 Media Network?

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The Field Of 68 Media Network is a production company that was launched by a pair of longtime college basketball reporters, Jeff Goodman and Rob Dauster.

Jeff is the ultimate college basketball insider, the most connected reporter in the business. He has worked both on air and in the digital space for ESPN, FOX Sports, CBS Sports and Stadium.

Rob wrapped up a thoroughly mediocre Division III career in 2008 and has since covered college hoops for NBC Sports, Sports Illustrated, NBCSN and Stadium.


Jeff Goodman & Rob Dauster
Shoot Your Shot Productions, LLC