In the second episode of Let’s Go Vikes, hosts Eugene McCormick and Alex Kaufman discuss the Green/White scrimmage before profiling the recent Viking transfers, both leaving from and coming to Cleveland State. Listen on the player below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher! powered by podcast garden
Steven and I had a shortened show this week because my dad and some of his college friends were on for the first hour (not on the podcast). We reacapped Denison sports, previewed the Cavs some, talked NBA 2K15 and Franchise Hockey Manager 2015, and finished by discussing the legacy of Steve Nash. I nearly shed a tear discussing the last topic. Listen to the podcast on the player below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher! powered by podcast garden
Earlier today, news broke that Steve Nash is going to sit out the 2014-15 season due to lingering nerve injuries. Anyone who knows me knows that Nash has always been one of my favorite players and I’ve admired him for as long as I’ve followed the NBA. My appreciation for Nash has grown over the years, maturing alongside my own personal maturity and understanding of the world. Now that his career has come to a close, I have felt the need to reflect on what the two-time MVP has meant to me. One part of Nash that has always been
In the debut episode of the Let’s Go Vikes Podcast, hosts Eugene McCormick and Alex Kaufman previewed the 2014-15 CSU team. First, the pair recapped the 2013-14 season and analyzed the losses from last year’s squad. Then, they discussed the newcomers and returning players before diving into team expectations. Afterward, Eugene and Alex spent some time previewing CSU’s Horizon League competition, making some league-wide predictions. Finally, the duo analyzed the early season Vikings schedule, disappointed in the lack of quality teams visiting the Wolstein Center. The video and audio are both embedded below. Don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes and
In a special Friday night Big Red Sports Talk, Steven and I talked with Yahoo! Sports Lead Baseball Columnist Jeff Passan to open the show. The show was downhill from there as Steven vowed to never host a Friday night show again. Listen to the show on the player below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes! powered by podcast garden Due to fall break, there will be no Big Red Sports Talk next weekend. That said, I might be recording a podcast while I’m back home, so you can look forward to that.