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On The Banks podcast episode no. 87 featuring Zach Braziller

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Managing Editor Aaron Breitman discusses Rutgers football, basketball, the NYC market, national perception & more with the NY Post college sports reporter.

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Welcome to episode no. 87 of the On The Banks podcast. We are back after an extended break as longtime host Lance Glinn has moved on after two and a half years. I will be bridging the gap for now as host and spoke with New York Post college sports reporter Zach Braziller.

Topics covered include the void left by not having fans at sporting events during COVID-19, the positive shift in the national perception of Rutgers Athletics, the progress made during Greg Schiano’s first season back leading the football program, the job Steve Pikiell has done turning around the basketball program, the current season, how Rutgers measures up long term with other NYC area college basketball programs and much more.

I also discussed the impact Lance made on the OTB podcast, the differences with the first seasons of Schiano’s two tenures at Rutgers and the reason why this season’s basketball team for is unique and will be remembered forever.

Thanks to Zach for being our guest on this episode and thanks so much for listening.

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