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College Crossecast presents Ryan and Jake’s Seasons Ep. 1

In an attempt to pump out evergreen content, so Ryan and Jake are here looking back on seasons that sticked out with us. We start with bad seasons for blue bloods.

2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship - Championship Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Jake and I decided to have some fun and do a podcast series where we look back at past seasons that jumped out at us. It’s a fun deep dive into fascinating seasons. And we start off by looking at bad seasons for some of lacrosse’s biggest blue bloods.

In this edition, we tackle the 2007 Syracuse team that went sub-.500 and missed the NCAA Tournament (6:00). Then it’s onto the first Johns Hopkins team to miss an NCAA Tournament in the modern era from 2013 (34:00). We wrap it up with a look into Dom Starsia’s final years at Virginia from 2013-16 (59:00). Because this wouldn’t be a Crossecast without digressions, Jake goes off on the Emmy nominees (1:29:00) and we have a great idea for Johns Hopkins (1:36:00).

You can subscribe to College Crossecast on iTunes and Google Play to get all the latest episodes. You can also check us out on Podomatic or by listening in the player down below. We’re also looking for feedback on this new series and to see if you have any good suggestions or requests, so send them along on Twitter or in the comments section!