January 21, 2014

The B/B Podcast - Super Bowl XLVIII Set, Midway Point in NCAA Hoops and an MVP-Caliber Season For Kevin Durant

By - Kris Fletcher & Tim Swift

In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss Conference Championship Sunday in the NFL playoffs, recap the big storylines from the first half of the college basketball season, and take an in-depth look at the monster year Kevin Durant is having for the Oklahoma City Thunder!

Photo by: Jonathan Ferrey
- MetLife Stadium, Here We Come: On Sunday, the Broncos and Seahawks punched their tickets to the biggest game of the year with impressive wins in their respective Conference Championship Games. We break down how each team managed to get the job done, and take an early look at the matchup football fans the world over will be focusing on February 2nd; Super Bowl XLVIII.

- March Madness on the Horizon: With half of the 2013-14 college basketball campaign now in the books, we key in on some of the big stories from the first two months of the season, and debate who the team to beat is in this year's NCAA Tournament.

- KD Ups His Game: With Russell Westbrook down with another knee injury, superstar forward Kevin Durant has put the Thunder on his back and taken his play to another level, averaging 36 points per over the last 13 games. How big of a threat is OKC to the rest of the Western Conference, and does this team have what it takes to potentially dethrone the Heat once the postseason rolls around? Hear our take.


We discuss Richard Sherman's postgame interview with Erin Andrews following Seattle's Super Bowl clinching win on Sunday, Bill Belichick's accusation that his former wide receiver Wes Welker intentionally took out CB Aqib Talib in the AFC title game, and the wild melee that ensued between the Flames and Canucks just seconds into their game Saturday night!

All this and much more in this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast!

*If you'd like to be part of the show, email your questions or comments to thebleacherbriefings@inbox.com for a chance to have them read during a future broadcast!

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