Hummel Teams Up to Launch College Basketball’s Premiere Podcast Network – Purdue Boilermakers

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. – Longtime college basketball insiders Jeff Goodman and Rob Dauster have joined forces with numerous former college stars and prominent media members to launch the Field of 68 Media Network
Goodman, the industry’s leading news-breaker and the best-known voice in the college hoops media landscape, and Dauster, who spent the last 12 years working for national outlets like NBC Sports, Sports Illustrated and NBCSN, will spearhead a podcast network bringing together a new generation of creators and providing the caliber of content you can only get from people that live the game.

The network will launch with a trio of national podcasts this week:
• The “Goodman and Hummel Podcast“, featuring Goodman and former Purdue All-American Robbie Hummel
• “Inside the Mind of Miles” with former Nebraska head coach Tim Miles
• “The Rebound Podcast“, starring Rob Dauster

In addition to the national coverage, the Field of 68 Media Network will feature 12 podcasts released prior to the start of the college basketball season focused on many of the most high-profile programs in the country. 

• Jeff Goodman is a longtime college basketball reporter and the industry-leading news-breaker. The most trusted, connected voice in college basketball media, Goodman has covered basketball at every level for two decades as a reporter, both online and on TV, for ESPN, CBS, FOX. Goodman is currently the senior basketball insider at Stadium, and also hosts a podcast on the CLNS Media Network with the legendary Bob Ryan.
• Rob Dauster is an award-winning writer and television analyst that has covered college basketball for the last 12 years. Once a gloriously mediocre Division III athlete, Rob has worked for NBC Sports, NBCSN, Sports Illustrated and Stadium while also launching two different college basketball focused websites, Ballin’ is a Habit and The Rebound.

• Robbie Hummel was an All-American at Purdue and played for the Boilermakers from 2007-12. He played in the NBA and overseas before retiring in 2017. Hummel also works for ESPN and the Big Ten Network.

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