FIELD OF 68 TO PRODUCE STAR-STUDDED NIGHTLY SHOW
College basketball's premiere network is unveiling a brand new, nightly live-streamed show: The Field Of 68 After Dark
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 29th, 2021
CONTACT: Rob Dauster
THE FIELD OF 68 IS LAUNCHING A BRAND NEW, LATE-NIGHT SHOW: THE FIELD OF 68 AFTER DARK
MT. LAUREL, N.J. -- The Field of 68 is launching a brand-new, hour-long streaming nightly college basketball show that will give fans a chance to hear, and also interact with many of the top voices in the sport. The show is presented by Bet Rivers.
Field of 68’s After Dark will air nightly from 11-12 p.m. ET. The lineup of rotating voices will include Stadium Insider Jeff Goodman, former college stars Adam Morrison, Robbie Hummel, Shelvin Mack and Randolph Childress, veteran coaches Archie Miller and Steve Prohm and FOX’s Doug Gottlieb.
Field of 68 founder Rob Dauster, rising star John Fanta and ex-college players Josh Langford, Terrence Oglesby, Ant Wright and Ashton Gibbs will be a consistent presence on the show, as will young, up-and-coming media stars Kevin Sweeney of SI.com, Sean Paul, the Sleepers Media duo of Greg Waddell and Carter Elliott, as well as the Three Man Weave trio of Jim Root, Matt Cox and Ky McKeon.
As with all of the Field of 68’s content, you can stream the show on our YouTube channel, our twitter feed and anywhere you can find podcasts.
The show will also feature appearances from many of the top active coaches and players in the country each night following key victories, surprising upsets and outstanding individual performances.
“There’s a major void right now in this space with regard to college basketball,” Dauster said. “This will give diehard college basketball fans somewhere to go each night from the start of the season through the national title game to not only be informed, but also entertained.”
“We’ll break down the top games and storylines each night,” Dauster added. “And we’ll also have conversations with many of the top names in the sport immediately after their games. I promise you will not get access like this anywhere else.”
THE FIELD OF 68 AFTER DARK ROSTER
- JEFF GOODMAN has worked for ESPN, CBS, FOX and is currently Stadium’s Basketball Insider. He’s broken countless stories over the past two decades, and is a leading voice in college basketball.
- ROB DAUSTER worked as a national college basketball writer for NBC Sports for more than a decade and founded the Field of 68 Network. Dauster enjoyed a mediocre-at-best career at Division III Vassar College in which he made 25 percent of his 3’s.
- ROBBIE HUMMEL was a standout at Purdue from 2007-12, earning All-American honors. Hummel spent the next five seasons playing with the Minnesota Timberwolves and also overseas. Since retiring, Hummel has worked for ESPN and Big Ten Network as a studio and game analyst.
- DOUG GOTTLIEB starred at Oklahoma State and has been a mainstay in the sports media for the past two decades, working at ESPN, CBS and currently at Fox Sports.
- ADAM MORRISON starred for three seasons (2003-06) at Gonzaga and was the National Player of the Year before being selected third overall in the 2006 NBA Draft. Morrison is currently a radio analyst for Gonzaga games.
- SHELVIN MACK played three seasons (2008-11) at Butler and helped lead the Bulldogs to a pair of national title game appearances. Mack was drafted by the Washington Wizards with the 34th pick in 2011, spent the next eight years in the NBA and plans to continue his playing career this season.
- RANDOLPH CHILDRESS starred at Wake Forest from 1991-95 and was drafted with the 19th overall pick in 1995. Childress played professionally for more than a decade before coaching at his alma mater since 2012.
- ARCHIE MILLER played at NC State from 1998-2002 and has a 206-121 career record in 10 years as the head coach at Dayton and Indiana. Miller took the Flyers to the Elite Eight in 2014, and led Dayton to four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances.
- STEVE PROHM has won more than 200 career games in his two stints as the head coach at Murray State (2011-15) and Iowa State (2015-21). He has gone to the NCAA tournament four times - including a Sweet 16 appearance with the Cyclones in 2016 - and won a pair of Big 12 tourneys.
- JOSHUA LANGFORD spent the past five years in the Michigan State program and has embarked on a media career. He’ll work with the Big Ten Network and also make appearances on the Field of 68’s After Dark Show.
- JOHN FANTA is a FOX play-by-play announcer who also hosts Big East Shootaround on the conference’s network, featuring the latest news around the league. His passion is unmatched.
- TERRENCE OGLESBY played at Clemson from 2007-09, then spent nearly a decade playing professionally overseas. After working in coaching following his retirement from basketball, he has worked as a color commentator and analyst for various networks since 2017.
- ASHTON GIBBS spent four seasons (2008-12) at Pittsburgh before playing overseas for six years. Gibbs was on Duquesne’s staff for the past two years.
- ANTHONY WRIGHT played three seasons at Michigan (2007-10) before finishing his career at Toledo. Wright has burst onto the college basketball media scene ad is a content creator for Spotify in their live audio space.
- THE THREE MAN WEAVE, the best independent college basketball outlet on the internet. Jim Root, Matt Cox and Ky McKeon have been covering the sport for nearly a decade and built passionate and devoted following.
- KEVIN SWEENEY is a Northwestern alum and rising college basketball media star who now works as a national college basketball writer at Sports Illustrated.
- SEAN PAUL is a newcomer to the college basketball media scene, but is a rising star in the industry. Paul co-hosts the MakingTheMadness podcast and churns out tons of quality information on the sport.
- CARTER ELLIOTT was deemed the “emotional leader” of the Albion College team in 2014. Since graduating, Elliott co-founded The Sleepers Media, and has established himself as one of the most knowledgeable young voices covering college basketball.
- GREG WADDELL is a college hoops junkie and Michigan State grad. Waddell co-founded Sleepers Media, where he can be found writing, watching, podcasting and betting on basketball all-season long.
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