In this episode, I interview Ryan Koslen. He talks about his journey to UC, experiences with football coaching transitions and different athletic directors. In addition, Grant Patrick talks about his favorite color.
In this episode, I sit down with Tommy G to discuss his many experiences at the University of Cincinnati, which lasted over a decade, and his business venture with 4th Floor Creative and FC Cincinnati.
In this interview with John Cunningham (J.D.), we discuss:
His journey to the Queen City;
The adjustment to Cincinnati's tropical climate; and
How it felt to learn that Luke Fickell was going to remain the head football coach of the University of Cincinnati Bearcats.
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In this episode, Chad Brendel discusses UC athletic directors, football coaches, basketball coaches, the growth of Bearcat Journal, his special connections to Mick Cronin and John Brannen, Luke Fickell's assistant coaches (Gino Guidugli, Brian Mason, Marcus Freeman, Mike Denbrock, Ron Crook, and others) and the changes in sports media, in general.
For more from Chad Brendel, please visit bearcatjournal.com or follow him on Twitter - twitter.com/chadbrendel.
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This episode features a number of, hopefully, interesting topics/discussions about the University of Cincinnati Bearcats, including:
Thoughts from Ben Horowitz's new book, "What You Do Is Who You Are." (7:12)
Bearcats football players and coaches who have been named to different watchlists, in addition to Josiah Deguara's appearance in the Reese's Senior Bowl. (12:34)
Premier segment of "Glue Guys & Gals" in which Kelsey Sharkey's contributions are discussed.
A discussion with Nick Colosimo, who is currently providing Bearcats football video content but will be transitioning to work for the University of Kentucky. (19:12)
You should know where to find us (bearcatssportsradio.com; twitter.com/bearcatsradio). If you'd like to learn more about Nick's work, check out vimeo.com/nickcolosimo or follow him at twitter.com/nacolosimo2. For Kelsey's work, visit vimeo.com/kelseysharkey or follow her at twitter.com/kshark03. For the fuller story of their representative work, you can also check twitter.com/gobearcatsfb.
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Episode 013 was fun to record. If it's also fun to listen to, that'd be nice, as well. Here are the highlights...
B. Fox shares a poem around the four minute mark.
Justin Williams, writer for www.theathletic.com, shares his journalism experiences around the seven minute mark and thereafter.
Around the thirty-five minute mark, we settle into a rhythm discussing Bearcats athletics.
We finally give short shrift to UC Basketball at the sixty-five minute mark; we discussed Jarron Cumberland's role with the team going forward.
For more, including the recently published article - Cheers to the Unshakables - visit www.bearcatssportsradio.com, or follow on Twitter at www.twitter.com/bearcatsradio.
In this episode, we discuss...
Luke Fickell's Bearcats and their upcoming journey to South Florida;
John Brannen's Bearcats and their start to this basketball season; and
The Athletic Director departure and some candidates on the horizon.
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University of Cincinnati Athletic Director Mike Bohn is expected to be announced as the next athletic director at the University of Southern California. In this episode, I discuss Mike Bohn's accomplishments, Luke Fickell, Urban Meyer, and what's ahead for the Bearcats.
In this episode, B. Fox gets some things off his chest by sharing some takeaways from the NCAA’s audited financials and he and Andy, Esquire discuss the football program going forward. The lengthy interview with Spencer Tuckerman of Oh Varsity! acclaim will be released as Part Dos of Episode 010.
In this episode, you’ll hear a discussion between B. Fox and OL Morgan James, B. Fox and Justin Williams of The Athletic (with cameos from Scott Googins - UC’s baseball coach and C. Trent Rosecrans - baseball writer for The Athletic), and you’ll hear from Coach Luke Fickell at the podium this week. For more, head to www.BearcatsSportsRadio.com, or twitter.com/BearcatsRadio.
In this episode, we preview and discuss the Ohio State game, debate when and whether Luke Fickell will leave for a new coaching opportunity, and whether Athletic Director Mike Bohn is most likely to plant the UC flag on the 50 yard line of the Shoe.
In this first episode, B. Fox discusses the following:
A general description of the podcast;
Why he likes the community of Cincy and all lovers of Bearcats;
The Article he authored on www.BearcatsSportsRadio.com about QB Jake Sopko; and
His forthcoming appearance on ABC's/WCPO's Sports of All Sorts (with Keenan Singleton).
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