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Episode 3 of 18 And Life now live, featuring BBP's John Gasaway

People seemed to enjoy the first couple of episodes, so I just wanted to let you know that the third episode of 18 And Life, the Pac-10 hoops podcast, is live. You can find it by clicking here.

Storming The Floor west coast editor Seth Kolloen and I start off discussing the crazy closeness of the conference race -- thanks in no small part to Cal losing to UCLA -- as well as Arizona State's resurrection from the dead and Washington's precipitous fall from grace. We also spend some time honoring the best 6th Men in the conference -- you can bet there's some Jorge Gutierrez love in there -- and wrap up by looking at the three most interesting games of the weekend. (Cal at UW makes the cut.)

Perhaps the coolest part of the podcast is our interview with Basketball Prospectus author John Gasaway, who explains the unique way he looks at the game of basketball, whether down cycles in conferences are inevitable, and who some of the up and comers in the Pac-10 are. (Preview: He likes Jerome Randle.) It's good stuff!

You can listen to the episode via streaming here, or you can visit our site for myriad subscription options. We're also in the iTunes directory -- just search "eighteenandlife" in the iTunes store -- or simply click this link to subscribe in iTunes.

This is probably the last time I'll promote the show through a FanPost; after this, I'll just drop a link in the FanShots every Tuesday when the new episode is live. Thanks for listening.

The opinions expressed in a FanPost are, in every way, reflective of the opinions of every California Golden Blogs Marshawnthusiast. Moreover, they are reflective of every employee of SBNation, including Tyler "Blez" Bleszinski.

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