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Great story of a Pinellas County performer trying out for the Bulls - it worked out - and the author of one of the great plays of last season for the baseball squad takes us through it, and his hard work in the summer.
As heard live on Bulls Unlimited Monday, Jan. 30 and presented without commercial interruption - three segments with Jim Louk, Joey Johnston and the head coach, plus Gerry Bohanon stops by for the final portion. Show was held at World of Beer-Fowler Avenue.
Friday's show looks forward to the weekend but also, as there was no Thursday show gives you highlights of an impressive win for the women in Tulsa, and a comeback-filled effort by the men comes up short.
Get to know a transfer catcher who has as little speed too, and comes from Central Connecticut State, and a new pitcher who actually performed against the Bulls two seasons ago with Memphis - and is a candidate to be a member of the starting rotation.
The first of a series of interviews, that we'll have for you exclusively on Bulls Beat. Voice of the Bulls Jim Louk begins with new strength and conditioning coach Geo Courides, who comes from Iowa State - and has some insight on a certain Niners rookie QB.
Darek lets you know about the fast-approaching chance to meet Coach Golesh as part of a special Radio Show, then details with highlights plus comments from both individuals and their coaches, what landed a couple of basketball standouts on the AAC weekly honors.
All the enjoyable moments from the men's team's 85-72 victory Saturday, highlighted by Tyler Harris' career high 33 points, and then an 83-51 route turned in by the women's squad on Sunday. Also, men's tennis has a 3-0 weekend to get back to .500.
A national championship edition of the show! Michael speaks with the coach of the 3-peat Champion Co-Ed team (Guadagnino) as well as the leader of the first-time All-Girl Gameday category champs (Clarke). Presented by TGH.
From Bulls Beat 1-17: The first of what will be many interviews with members of the softball team - two pitchers who can hit! But the story in the case of "Netty" is incredible. Also, some highlights of what placed Tyler Harris and Sammie Puisis on the conference weekly awards list.
Monday's show recaps two exciting victories, and we hope you enjoy Pirate puns as the men's team defeats East Carolina. Also, more members added to Alex Golesh's staff and a THIRD straight national title for the USF cheerleading squad.
Friday's show gets you set for two sports kicking off this weekend, including men's tennis which begins in Boca Raton with three matches, and Darek catches up with Head Coach Ashley Fisher on the new-look Bulls. Also as there was no show Thursday, lots on the men's basketball squad's pushing of No. 1 Houston. At end go around the conference for a basketball round-up including a monumental game in Orlando Wednesday.
Hear from Rhea Law, Will Weatherford, Michael Kelly, Alex Golesh, Mindy McCord, Gerry Bohanon and Mak Washington along with some news about RB Brian Battie moving on to the SEC, and a former Bulls baseball player - who went on to a football coaching career that most recently had him with the Chicago Bears - joining Golesh's staff.
Bulls head coach joins Jim Lighthall from Houston to preview the matchup with the No. 1 Cougars, but also take stock in the 0-3 start to AAC play - a start that has seen the Bulls late in all three games.
Both basketball teams by chance are playing Wichita this weekend, Darek previews those, and a former Bulls QB is on the staff as a defensive analyst. Also, a conference hoops roundup.
In the return of the show after a busy December off, VP of Athletics Michael Kelly sits down with Darek for a half hour to discuss the J.D. Porter Family, whose $5.1-million gift has led to the naming of the Porter Family Performance Facility - and details of its grand opening, with the public to get a first chance at visiting on Tuesday morning. in the second segment Michael and Darek get into just how many spring sports are hosting conference championships this year. Show is presented by TGH.
Full highlights as the women's squad goes to 2-0 in league play with a 22-point win, plus news on the fast-approaching track and field and tennis seasons. At the end, a mini conference recap focusing on the 4-3 showing in Bowl games, most notably the classic Tulane win over USC in the Cotton Bowl.
After two weeks for the holiday, Darek returns and as some catching up to do with football - particularly new members of Alex Golesh's staff - plus plenty of basketball, especially a notable two days in San Diego for the women's team, to recap.
Brock Purdy, the current Niners QB, had a pretty good coach in college - and now he's a Bulls' staff member. Plus full coverage of the women's defeat of Marshall highlighted by Maria Alvarez's return to the court. Antonio Grier has some kind words as he joins the enemy, and wow, the baseball schedule is stacked.
First-ever OT in Army-Navy, longtime head coach will not be retained, volleyball season ends for Houston in Sweet 16 and lots of interesting basketball including top-ranked Cougars falling to Bama.
In this special version of Bulls Beat, exclusive to the Unlimited Unloaded page, Darek catches up on some news from men's soccer and men's tennis, gives you the official hiring of the first major assistant for Coach Golesh, then at the 6-minute mark begins a full preview of the women's basketball game at NC State with audio from Head Coach Jose Fernandez, and top scoring trip Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu, Sammie Puisis and Elena Tsineke.
Thursday's show begins with the five members of the football team to gain all-ACC nods, looks like the college football playoff will expand to 12 for the 2024 season, and some higlights of the MBB defeat to UMass.
As heard live on the Bulls Unlimited postgame show, with Jim Lighthall and Joey Johnston, after the Bulls' first win of the season. Miguel led the way with 19 points and some stellar defense on SJU guard Erik Reynolds (3-of-8, 12 points).