Strap in, it’s Tilted Bench.
We’ve paired with Maryland basketball bench legend Andrew Terrell and his cousin “Big Train” Nick Stewart to bring you the most entertaining Maryland sports podcast out there — though they’ll be talking about much more too.
Check out the very first episode: Where the hell is Oakland University?
Warning: The following podcast contains some explicit language.
You can find every episode of the Tilted Bench podcast on iTunes here, Spotify here and MegaPhone here. If you’re into these things, rating and subscribing will help the podcast grow, and that’s always a good thing.
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