Dan Dickau’s Iso podcast NCAA National Championship rewind: Gonzaga coach Mark Few on his recruiting philosophy and much more

After pulling off an instant classic overtime win over 11-seed UCLA in the Final Four, Gonzaga plays Baylor in the 2021 NCAA men’s basketball national championship on Monday at 6:20 p.m. (PST).

Dan Dickau saved the best for last in his March Madness interview re-release series. Gonzaga coach Mark Few joined Dickau on The Iso podcast in September to talk about how recruiting has helped the Zags achieve staying power in the college basketball landscape, his ever-growing network of former players and much more. Dickau was a college basketball All-American under Few at Gonzaga in 2001-02.

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(Full archive of The Iso)

The Iso with Dan Dickau is a podcast presented by SBLive Sports and the Bleav Podcast Network, which publishes weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dickau, a former Gonzaga All-American, NBA vet-turned basketball analyst interviews experts all corners of the sports world from coaches, front office executives to athletes about untold stories, memories and experiences. This episode was sponsored by Kaenon sunglass company. The Iso podcast is a production of SBLive Sports and the Bleav Podcast Network.

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Past March Madness rewinds

Portland State’s Barret Peery

Montana State’s Danny Sprinkle

Montana’s Travis DeCuire

Pepperdine’s Lorenzo Romar

Oregon State’s Wayne Tinkle

Washington State’s Kyle Smith

Boise State’s Leon Rice

Arizona State’s Bobby Hurley

Eastern Washington’s Shantay Legans

BYU’s Mark Pope

Colorado’s Tad Boyle

Oklahoma’s Lon Kruger

USC’s Jason Hart

Gran Canyon’s Bryce Drew

Oregon women’s Kelly Graves

Former Kansas great Danny Manning

Houston’s Kelvin Sampson

Arkansas’ Eric Musselman

Baylor’s Rem Bakamus

Gonzaga’s Roger Powell

(Photo Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

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