The nets were barely cut down after Kansas’ NCAA Tournament victory when people began to scream about potential violations and sanctions to come. Right or wrong there does seem to be a bit of a dark cloud hanging over the Kansas program and ESPN’s Seth Greenberg recently spoke out about that and a myriad of other topics.
Greenberg joined hosts Noah Gronniger and Clint Switzer on our very own Elite Sports Podcast on Friday to talk about the Jayhawks, Mizzou’s hiring of Dennis Gates, Eric Musselman’s surging Razorbacks and more.
Greenberg was dismissive when asked about KU’s impending NCAA punishments.
“I don’t think you should focus on (the violations) it, control your controllables.” Greenberg said during the interview. “What you should focus on is obviously a tremendous season. I’m not going to speculate on it, I haven’t read all the thousands and thousands of pages that encompass the violations. Those words were strong, you can’t ignore it.
The interview switched focus to yet another season where Gonzaga failed to win the title, Coach K’s final game, Arkansas becoming a potential juggernaut and Missouris new coach Dennis Gates.