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Gonzaga's Turner talks playoffs, recruiting

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Gonzaga basketball coach Steve Turner talked about playing in a championship atmosphere every night in the WCAC. Photo by Linda Davidson/The Washington Post

On this week's episode of Verbally Committed: A DMV Prepcast with Stephen Ball and BJ Koubaroulis, Gonzaga basketball coach Steve Turner previewed the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference tournament. Brackets.

He also talked about Richmond-bound senior Cedrick Lindsay who is currently an in-season All-Met. Turner also talked about the recruiting process for Duke-bound point guard Tyler Thornton and Malcolm Lemmons, an underrated prospect headed for Robert Morris.

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Other guests included O'Connell grad Jimmy Lange, a boxer who has fought nine times at Patriot Center. He previewed his upcoming title fight. Listen to the interview

Washington Post recruiting expert Josh Barr did a little Maryland 4A/3A/2A bracketology. Listen to the interview

St. Mary's College (Md.) coach Chris Harney talked about his No. 13 ranked Seahawks entering the Div. III NCAA tournament. Listen to the interview

Flint Hill coach Rico Reed talked about winning the MAC championship. Listen to the interview

Washington Post writer Steve Yanda talked about former Montrose Christian and former Maryland recruit Terrence Ross becoming ineligible to play high school basketball and falling off the Terps radar. Listen to the interview

Wasington Post writers Jason Mackey and Paul Tenorio talked about hockey and swimming.Listen to the interview

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By B.J. Koubaroulis  | March 4, 2010; 9:25 AM ET
 
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