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Best Bob Huggins podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Bob Huggins podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Unfiltered and first-hand information, insightful interviews, Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman is the only podcast which covers basketball at all three levels. One of the most connected men in the industry provides weekly sit-downs with players, coaches and executives every week throughout the whole year. Released every Tuesday, Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman is available on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network Mobile App.
 
Robert Land & Stephen Kerr host the most comprehensive podcast on the Houston sports scene. Since 2013, we've interviewed Houston's most recognizable players, coaches and media. Robert brings 3 decades in sports television & 3 Regional Emmy Awards. Together Robert & Stephen have 6 decades of Journalism experience & a lifelong Houston sports passion. Subscribe on Spotify, iTunes or the Google Podcasts app
 
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Rob Dauster covers college basketball for NBC Sports. Twitter: @RobDauster 11:58 New coach at Vanderbilt 24:38 How to get college athletics going again 30:22 May Madness?? 33:00 Early look at the top teams for 20-21 42:48 Who’s worthy of the #1 pick? Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Wednesday, May 27th, 2020. Good 'N Plenty is power…
 
He may live and work nearly three thousand miles from Morgantown, but Rob Mullens' heart will never leave West Virginia. On the verge of becoming the longest tenured athletic director in the Pac-12 Conference, Mullens joins Brad Howe and Tony Caridi for a conversation on a number of topics. The "Guys" discuss the challenges of COVID-19 facing the P…
 
How cool was it to see Hakeem Olajuwon crush David Robinson? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look back at the Dream's pinnacle moment 25 years later. Has it already been 10 years since the world lost Jose Lima? We remember 'Lima Time' and share a story or 2. We also give you our favorite few non-Houston NFL players with a personal story or 2 in …
 
Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to discuss the series of events that led to the cancelation of the rest of the basketball season and spring sports, how to safely bring student athletes back to campus, if a full season of football will start on time, how his athletic department is looking at NIL and deali…
 
College sports have been turned upside down and West Virginia University athletic director Shane Lyons is trying to navigate the path toward a new normal. On this episode, the "Guys" ask a series of questions regarding the resumption of practice and games. What will sports look like in the future? Will fans be allowed to watch the Mountaineers? Tho…
 
For our Throwback Thursday, we look back at the '86 Rockets Finals run on the 34th anniversary of Ralph Sampson's buzzer beater against the Lakers (that put them in the Finals). Host Robert Land brings in former Houston Post beat writer Robert Falkoff to look at the build and the implosion of the '86 team, including the drug scandals and the injuri…
 
Longtime Astros Broadcaster Greg Lucas joins Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr to look back at the life and career of Astros legend Bob Watson. We also ask Greg about the potential return of Major League Baseball and what are the concerns. Plus, Horace Grant fires shots at Michael Jordan and Robert looks at the life of his mom - who passed away ea…
 
On this week's Got Your Eers On?, Wes Wilson stops by to talk #WVHelmetTourney, we discuss Coach Brown's appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, President Gee says we're having football this fall, Coach Huggs' twitter is assembling the Dream Team, we have a new BTF, and Can’t Believe My ‘Eers! Join us for all this and more on this week's episode of Got …
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast talking about DeAndre Williams' "handler" trashing Kentucky and their disdain for middlemen. Then North Carolina head coach Roy Williams joins the show (9:32) to discuss meeting Michael Jordan as a high school kid, UNC not having a conditioning program in the '80s, encouraging kids to enjoy college …
 
ESPN and Chicago White Sox announcer Jason Benetti admits he may have shrieked the first time he heard the WVU Mountaineer blast his musket inside the Coliseum. That story is just one of many that Benetti shares in an entertaining and laugh-filled episode of Three Guys Before The Game. The humble Benetti shares his climb in broadcasting and details…
 
You like behind the scenes stories? The "Guys" have you covered. He's only 35 years old, but has already served coaching apprenticeships with Nick Saban, Bobby Bowden, Rich Rodriguez and Jimbo Fisher. West Virginia assistant football coach Travis Trickett tells the "Guys" his current employer, Neal Brown, has the same DNA as the great coaches he's …
 
Charles Barkley is a former basketball player for the Auburn Tigers and is in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Sonny Smith is the former head coach at Auburn University and is the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. 2:04 Recruiting Charles Barkley 11:36 Barkley: I owe Dr. J and Moses Malone A LOT 17:41 What to make of the Zion news 38:01 Most trouble Barkley …
 
On this week's Got Your Eers On?, we catch up on furloughs and other changes for the WVU athletic dept, Neal Brown forming partnership with brand marketing consultant and author Jeremy Darlow, NCAA's Emmert saying he can't see sports starting with only on-line classes (but Big 12's Bowlsby says that's satisfactory), WV High School Helmet Voting, a …
 
Charles Barkley chats with Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich (12:29) about losing weight when he got to the NBA, the TV personality he has a problem with, the time Kobe berated him via text message (24:56), calling Shaq Flat Stanley, why he thinks college sports could be ruined (35:38), why NIL is going to create resentment in locker rooms, what he wis…
 
Chase Harler views the last four years of his basketball career as an invaluable growing experience both on and off the court. The Moundsville native reflects on his career in Morgantown which included a near transfer and culminated with an marriage proposal on the WVU Coliseum floor. While his days as a Mountaineer player are complete, he plans to…
 
Greg Byrne, Mike Roth, and Ken Halpin are the Athletic Directors for Alabama, Gonzaga, and Winthrop respectively. Twitter: @Greg_Byrne, @halpinkr 1:56 First thoughts on student-athletes profiting of name, image, likeness 15:26 How to measure what players are worth? 27:38 Do sponsors pull sponsorships with teams and give them to players? 36:35 Thoug…
 
He is the classic definition of a Mountaineer. Weirton's Quincy Wilson shattered records and defenders during his playing days with the Red Riders of Weir and the Mountaineers. On this episode, Wilson details transitioning from Don Nehlen and the arrival of Rich Rodriguez. Yes, the "Guys" talk in detail about "the run" against Miami, but also learn…
 
On this week's Got Your Eers On?, the boys....well just scooty... break down the best paper towel brands... so you will have to listen to that! We also talk about which WVU player we think needs next season the most... and what sports may not survive the Covid and become extinct after NCAA sports start again.... Join us for all this and more on thi…
 
Dick Vitale joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to discuss the characterization of Isiah Thomas in The Last Dance, Dickie V watching Michael Jordan as a freshman at UNC, worries about player safety whenever sports start again, the biggest compliment Dickie V has ever received, his grandsons deciding they weren't playing tennis at Notre Dame and wha…
 
Someone forgot to tell Joseph "Bo" Orlando that "little" guys aren't supposed to play football. At 5-feet-10 inches and 173 pounds, Orlando led his Berwick, PA high school to the national championship at quarterback before becoming an All-American safety that played for the national championship at West Virginia. As a sixth round draft pick, still …
 
The "Guys" are joined by one of the best running backs in West Virginia University football history on episode 202. Steve Slaton provides deep insight into how he became a Mountaineer and what fueled his performance both on and off of the field. The Hall of Fame Mountaineer touches on numerous topics including his relationship with Pat White, the c…
 
Keegan revisits the tragic story of Susan Smith, who drowned her two young children. The murder of Bob McClancy, who died at the hands of his wife and "best friend" is also discussed. The episode concludes with a DHF story pulled from the archives, the infamous case of Darlie Routier -- a mother convicted of stabbing her two children to death.…
 
Rex Chapman joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to talk about the possible NIL changes coming to the NCAA, why social media would've de-incentivized him from being a great college basketball player, his run-ins with Bob Knight, bowling with Michael Jordan, if he dwells on his career successes or failures, and his newfound Internet fame.…
 
What's it like to be an overnight sensation at age 68? For our weekly Throwback Thursday show, Host Robert Land takes a departure from sports to sit down with Houston comic veteran Andy Huggins. Andy tells us about hanging out with David Letterman, opening for Robin Williams at the Comedy Store and being part of the legendary Texas Outlaw Comics wi…
 
Jared Butler and MaCio Teague were both players for the 2019-2020 Baylor Bears. Twitter: @J_Hooper11 @_Mr_DoWork 2:37 MaCio Teague: Playing through a broken wrist 7:06 Testing the NBA Draft waters 16:00 Working out to get ready for the Draft 22:41 Why Baylor’s experience could help them in ’20-’21 Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Tu…
 
How did Bill O'Brien do in his 1st draft as the Texans GM? Brian Patterson from HouseofHouston.com joins Host Robert Land to look at:1) A pick-by-pick draft breakdown2) How's the new Laremy Tunsil contract?3) Why did they release safety Tashaun Gipson?Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions or comments. Like ‘Houston Sports Talk’ on Facebook…
 
Legendary West Virginia quarterback Major Harris would have never touched the ball if it weren't for Kevin Koken. The captain and starting center of WVU's 1988 Fiesta Bowl team epitomized the blue-collar mentality that led the Mountaineers to an undefeated regular season and date in the national championship game. On this episode, Koken reflects on…
 
The '06-'07 Florida Gators is the last program to win back-to-back championships 5:03 Missing the routine of coaching 15:00 Rick Flair’s speech to the team 26:00 Joakim Noah storytime 39:43 Best house visit stories 52:16 Thoughts on Jalen Green to the G League Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Thursday, April 23rd, 2020. Good 'N Plen…
 
The "Guys" celebrate their 200th episode with a special show flashing back to their favorite interviews and incidents in the show's history. Don Nehlen tells his never heard before story about his hiring at West Virginia, plus Jeff Hostetler explains why Bill Belichick never liked him. Those are just two of more than a dozen segments that Brad, Hop…
 
For our weekly Throwback Thursday, Host Robert Land is joined by former Texans backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels. He shares memories of his time in Houston, including stories about Andre Johnson, Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub. Sage also crossed paths with a litany of legendary players and coaches over a 12 year NFL career so you'll hear his memories …
 
On this week's Got Your Eers On?, we talk about coach Brown still working the zoom for recruiting... Pacman Jones come back to WVU to help?... WVU Football does a great job with their virtual Gold-Blue Game Day. We talk The Last Dance documentary with Rob Thron being on episode 1.... Plus we rank our favorite Sports Movies of all time... Join us fo…
 
Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look at:1) Hakeem vs. Jordan2) Why Jalen Green's move could change NCAA hoops?3) Future of the NBA4) Houston sports figures giving back for COVID-19Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions or comments. Like ‘Houston Sports Talk’ on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @HSTPodcast…
 
More than a decade after making his final shot in a Mountaineer uniform, Frank Young still owns the school record for most three point field goals in a single season. Young's record setting senior year was the culmination of three years of perseverance that taught him the invaluable life lesson that good things come to those who wait. Today Young t…
 
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