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In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome in Penn State head coach Micah Shrewsberry. Topics of discussion include: Wednesday night's win over Northwestern The exemplary play of 6-6 power forward Seth Lundy Jalen Pickett's relentlessness in averaging 36.2 minutes Working as an assistant to Brad Stevens with the Celtics and Matt Painter at Purdue And much more About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 14 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He's also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy's Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Streamline Media, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He's the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.
On this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we're celebrating some of our most popular episodes of 2021 to ring in the new year! Listen in as we share clips from episodes with Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, men's head basketball coach Matt Painter, the iconic Big Bass Drum crew and more. Plus, host Kate Young interviews several members of the Purdue Marketing and Communications team to hear the behind-the-scenes details from the prep work involved to what pieces of these special interviews resonated most with them. It's a great episode to celebrate the podcast's growth this year as we continue to tell the stories of Boilermakers taking giant leaps.
(00:00-22:33) – The show begins on a Wednesday with Dan giving his thoughts on the Pacers trade rumors and yesterday's reports they have the all clear to enter a rebuild. Dan highlights who he wants to see traded the most and if anybody should be off the table. Also, we head to the phone lines as Pacers fans express their thoughts on this reports and share who they won't to see Indiana move on from. (22:34-32:45) – Dan talks more on Pacers trade rumors and later gives his keys to an Indiana Hoosiers' win at Wisconsin tonight. (32:46-38:49) – The first hour closes with Dan interacting with the YouTube Chat and asking show producer Jimmy Cook what he's thought of Colts Hard Knocks so far. (38:50-1:09:26) – The head coach of the top ranked Purdue Boilermakers Matt Painter stops by to talk on the team's ascension to #1 for the first time in school history and what it means to the players. Matt also breaks down the roster and what makes this team cook. Later, Matt shares his thoughts on the transfer portal in college athletics and why he feels that, at times, it does a disservice to student-athletes. (1:09:27-1:15:14) – We get back from break as The Fan's own Brendan King stops by to give us a hot hockey bet he likes tonight. Plus Dan, Jimmy and Brendan talk more gambling and Dan shares a story for why he feels strongly on betting against a specific mid-major tonight. (1:15:15-1:20:57) – Hour number two ends with Dan going back and forth with the YouTube Chat and later wondering about the attendance in college basketball. (1:20:58-1:46:04) – The talented Seth Greenberg of ESPN makes his weekly visit to discuss attendance in college hoops and go over some of his favorite teams across the country this season. Seth also shares his thoughts on Purdue basketball, Indiana vs Wisconsin, and if the days of coaching into your 70s are over for college hoops. (1:46:05-1:54:57) – Dan brings us back from break by giving his keys to an Indiana Hoosiers win tonight against the Wisconsin Badgers. (1:54:58-2:02:14) – Wednesday's show closes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan shares what bets he likes across college hoops this evening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon are joined by Purdue head basketball coach Matt Painter, fresh off a victory over Iowa, which will give his school a #1 National Ranking for the first time in school history! Pete Fiutak is in the house to offend Purdue grads, help preview college football and react to all the biggest college story lines. Plus, the fellas serve up more of their NFL Upset special picks! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome back Purdue head coach Matt Painter. Topics of discussion include: Wins over North Carolina and Villanova to open season Zach Edey and Trevion Williams in the post Jaden Ivey's influence from his mother Niele, Where the Boilermakers can improve going forward About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 14 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He's also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy's Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Streamline Media, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He's the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.
More football and food - no gender reveals! Score one for "Hard Knocks." Happy Thanksgiving to Indiana sports fans who understand how the world of sports works! We give thanks to the Colts for digging their way out of an 0-3 hole. Thanks to Mike Woodson for teaching defense to the Hoosiers! Thanks to Matt Painter for being a very normal guy! Thanks to the Pacers for hiring a bonafide coach! Thanks to LeBron James for being an example as to what class in NOT! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
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(00:00-22:16) – Wednesday's show begins with Dan looking ahead to a monster show with a focus on the college basketball season quickly approaching. Plus, Dan looks back at some brutal bad beats that he suffered betting on MACtion last night. (22:17-48:18) – The head coach of the Purdue Boilermakers Matt Painter stops by to take us through their offseason as a whole and how they are preparing for the upcoming college hoops season. Coach Painter also highlights the roster this year and the high expectations for the Boilers headed into the season. (48:19-1:13:40) – Assistant Coach of Indiana basketball Dane Fife joins the program to share with us the state of Indiana basketball with the upcoming start to the Coach Mike Woodson era. Coach Fife explains what the Hoosiers stand for as a program and calls for all Indiana fans to come together for this new regime. Dane also goes over how the rotation will look this year and where expectations are for year one. (1:13:41-1:19:33) – Dan looks back at his conversations with Coach Painter and Coach Fife and interacts with the YouTube chat to get the show back on track. (1:19:34-1:23:23) – Hour number two concludes with Dan asking a question about the way Colts have utilized Marlon Mack and whether or not he'd be getting playing time if extension hadn't been given to Frank Reich and Chris Ballard. (1:23:24-1:44:02) – Our guy Seth Greenberg of ESPN shares with us what he learned watching a Purdue basketball practice last month. Seth also evaluates other teams he's watched prepare for the season and how he feels about the top teams across the country. (1:44:03-1:57:46) – The Voice of the New York Jets Bob Wischusen jump by to take us Behind Enemy Lines and teach us about the J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets, who come to town tomorrow night. Bob explains what the Jets are as a football team, the dominance of backup quarterback Mike White over the weekend, and what the Colts need to look out for tomorrow. (1:57:47-1:58:39) – Wednesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan address Aaron Rodgers not being vaccinated for Covid-19. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this conference preview episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys start things off breaking down the 2021-22 SEC (03:45). Will Kentucky bounce back after a miserable 2020-21 season? Where do we see friends of the show Alabama and Arkansas finishing in the standings? Could Auburn or Tennessee shake things up at the top of the SEC? The guys give their picks for conference winner, coach and player of the year. We then move on to the Big 10 where Michigan sits atop the preseason conference rankings (37:17). Will a Big 10 team break the 22-year NCAA Championship drought? Can Hunter Dickinson and the Wolverines hold off preseason player of the year Kofi Cockburn and the Fighting Illini? Could this be the year Matt Painter and Purdue break through and make a Final Four? How will Mike Woodson fare in his first year in Bloomington? Is there a clear cut beat team in the Big 10? Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
In this episode of This Is Purdue, we're talking to Purdue men's basketball head coach Matt Painter. Listen in as coach Painter discusses recruiting the right fits for the Purdue culture, his special relationship with former Purdue basketball coach Gene Keady, and that 2019 NCAA Elite Eight game. Plus, coach Painter shares his thoughts on why Purdue University is the perfect place for him. With Purdue basketball ranked seventh nationally in the Associated Press preseason men's basketball poll, the hype around this year's team is strong. You don't want to miss this episode!
(00:00-24:11) – Wednesday's show starts with Dan talking About Last Night in the sports world, both nationally and locally. Dan shares his thoughts on the Braves win over the Astros in Game 1 of the World Series and Charlie Morton pitching through a broken leg (then apologizing to his teammates for not being able to go longer). Plus, a look at Roger Goodell's decision to not release any more of the emails and investigation materials from the NFL's examination of the Washington Football Team and owner Dan Snyder. (24:12-35:27) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to share his thoughts on the Colts win over the 49ers and preview their upcoming contest against the Titans. Chapp also examines the Colts playoff chances and the importance of getting the W Sunday to keep those hopes alive. (35:28-37:45) – Dan highlights next week's chat with Purdue head coach Matt Painter and looks ahead to the rest of today's show. (37:46-1:00:16) – The great Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to update us on the latest he has learned from his travels across the country watching the top college hoops program's prepare for the season. Seth also talks on the state of the Big Ten heading into the season and updates Dan on some names to watch for this year. (1:00:17-1:13:32) – One of the best Tim Kurkjian of ESPN stops by to react to the Braves win over the Astros in Game 1 of the World Series. Tim also reflects on the incredible strength of Braves pitcher Charlie Morton who has his leg fractured on a line drive and still stayed in the game for three more batters. Later, Tim evaluates how the Braves adjust without arguably their best pitcher and if it will cost them the Fall Classic. (1:13:33-1:19:27) – We close out hour number two with Dan pondering what the Colts need at next week's trade deadline and if you would trade Marlon Mack if you were the Colts. (1:19:28-1:43:28) – The final hour of the show begins with Dan taking a deeper look at last night including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to not release the rest of the emails from the Washington Football Team investigation. (1:43:29-1:53:28) – Racing Rachel McLaughlin from Indiana Grand Racing and Casino highlights their upcoming massive day of racing this Saturday, in which Dan will be hosting a special edition of The Dan Dakich Show at Noon! (1:53:29-1:58:39) – Wednesday's show concludes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan shares what he's been reading lately in his free time. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Expectation levels have probably never been higher for the Boilermakers, a No. 7 ranking in the preseason, a Big Ten favorite and among the most-likely for a Final Four run. Let's preview all of it, with conversations with Matt Painter and Jaden Ivey, on Gold and Black Radio podcast.
In this episode, Brandon Newman talks about being recruited by Matt Painter and his coaching staff. He also talks about this upcoming season and what he worked on during the offseason to get better as a basketball player.
Matt Painter is the head men's basketball coach at Purdue University. Coach Painter is a four-time Big Ten Coach of the Year and was named National Coach of the Year in 2019 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Year in and year out, his teams at Purdue are one of the toughest and most disciplined teams in the country. Our conversation today provides a ton of insight into the culture he's built, and some of the core values of his program and his leadership style. I hope you get as much out of this conversation as I did! CHAMPIONS 101 | Champions 101 is a sports performance and leadership development program designed to help coaches, athletes, and sports parents get the most out of their athletic experience. If you are a coach or an athletic director who's interested in developing your leaders and strengthening the culture where you are, you can learn more at champions101.com. FASTDRAW | Use code UBC2021 to get 15% of any FastDraw and Fastscout Products. KLIPDRAW | Get a 10% discount right now. KlipDraw Motion, reveal the game today.Use Promo Code: zjxWKgnv0w Purchase steaming video of the Hoosier Gym Clinic | 7 Speakers | 10 Sessions | 8+ hours of content https://unitedbasketball.podia.com/21-hoosier-gym-coaches-clinic/buy
Lamar Jackson is the most singularly unique offensive talent in the NFL, and that is why stopping him has preoccupied Matt Eberflus for months! Colts defense will get back at least two starters from injury! Big 10 Media Day features both Matt Painter and Mike Woodson today as anticipation among IU and Purdue fans is highest in decades. Pacers tonight against Cavs - no Ben Simmons! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Rock the house! Kwity whining! and Khari the fight to Baltimore! Two Colts back at practice, and the other has Paye-d the price to play and might be good to go! Big 10 Media Days are here, and tomorrow we will here from IU's Mike Woodson and Purdue's Matt Painter their their championship dreams! Colts on Monday Night Football bugs me for four reason - the first three are in the podcast. The fourth is because Sunday will be boring! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Purdue's Matt Painter could have one of his deepest teams ever as he gets set to lead the Boilermakers into a new season. How high are expectations? How many players does he see in his rotation? Newcomers to watch? The tough Big Ten. The key to player retention. And why overcoming cold shooting nights to grind out wins will be a major key to success. Plus, Jon hit the West Coast and shares his thoughts on UCLA, USC, UCSB and Loyola Marymount.
In the newest episode of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, hosts Chris Dortch (@cdortch) and Kevin Ingram (@KIngramSports) welcome in Purdue head coach Matt Painter. Get full access to Blue Ribbon Report at blueribbon.substack.com/subscribe
-Jake was eating at J.Gilbert's in downtown Omaha with his wife and sister-in-law when he looked to his left and saw Painter looking for a seat at the bar, and he eventually had a short convo with him….and only slightly embarrassed himself -Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers): Show sponsored by […]
We're extremely excited to have Fox Sports Men's College Basketball Analyst, CBS Sports (during March Madness), and former Men's basketball head coach of UCLA and St John's Steve Lavin join us today in the first of a two-part episode. We kick off the episode talking about playing basketball in high school and how before the era of YouTube, cell phone cameras, and a million sports networks how you would get exposure with college scouts. Next, we talk about his transition into the coaching world and how he wrote letters to legendary coaches like Bob Knight, Gene Keady, and Jerry Tarkanian for advice on how to break into the ranks of coaching. Steve eventually was hired as an assistant at D.J.'s alma mater, Purdue University under the legendary coach Gene Keady. While at Purdue, Steve talks about coaching a young Matt Painter, who is currently having a great coaching career at Purdue, and meeting the legendary Coach John Wooden (also an alumna of Purdue University). Ultimately his relationship with Coach Wooden resulted in him taking an Assistant Coach position at UCLA under former coach Jim Herrick. We finish out part one talking about the 1995 National Championship season and Tyus Edney's famous buzzer-beater against Mizzou in 1995 and a little-known story about Steve's celebration after the buzzer. Check back again next week for Part 2 as we talk about how a recruiting scandal led to him becoming the head coach at UCLA, along with Coach Wooden's support, moving to television, and being diagnosed with prostate cancer while coaching at St John's University. Be sure to follow Steve on social media and check him out on Fox Sports during the college basketball season! Twitter Instagram Check out the video of this interview and don't forget to hit the subscribe button over at our YouTube channel! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stadiumscenetv/message
Penn State's Micah Shrewsberry is eager to push the program forward and compete night in, night out in the talented Big 10. What are his biggest goals in year with the Nittany Lions? Applying lessons and philosophies learned from Matt Painter and Brad Stevens. Bringing back experience. The importance of recruiting Philadelphia. Staying calm and collected on the sideline. And why he's appreciative of the opportunity to be a first time head coach in a power conference. Plus, why the Kentucky Wildcats better prepared to claw!
After an extended break, Boilers and Beyond is back as host Jordan Jones dives into the return of in-person recruiting, highlighted by commitments to both Jeff Brohm and Matt Painter's programs. Those commitments are analyzed as well as looking at what's next in each sport's 2022 class. Finally, Jordan talks about the transfer portal madness that has engulfed college sports while looking at how it's impacted the Boilers. Give the show a follow on Twitter @BoilersBeyond and send me your feedback on this week's episode. Let me know your thoughts! You can also email the show at email@example.com. New episodes are released weekly, so be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Host Jordan Jones breaks down Matt Painter's two most recent additions: first in assistant coach Terry Johnson, then in 2022 point guard Braden Smith. Rondale Moore and Derrick Barnes heard their names called in this past weekend's NFL Draft and Jordan tells you all about their fits at the next level. Finally, Purdue added a quality transfer on the defensive line. Hear all about it and everything else here on this week's episode! Give the show a follow on Twitter @BoilersBeyond and send me your feedback on this week's episode. Let me know your thoughts! You can also email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. New episodes are released weekly, so be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Episode #82 of the Dub Jellison Podcast with Mercer Men's Basketball Assistant Coach & Former Purdue Guard, D.J. Byrd!During Ep. #82, D.J. & Dub discussed:- The stresses of the CBB season this past year.- Mercer's 2020-21 season and culture they have built over the last two seasons.- The ups and downs of their season leading up to the Southern Conference Championship Game.- His path in coaching since the end of his playing career.- What differences are there from the high school to collegiate levels in terms of coaching style?- The story of how he ended up being a graduate assistant at Purdue!- What he was able to give to the program and learn from Matt Painter in those two season.- How Coach Painter has changed his style since he played for Purdue.- Playing with the Baby Boilers and memories from his first two season with the Boilermakers.- How tough it was to struggle as a team during the end of his career.- Reflecting on big wins against Michigan State and Ohio State his sophomore year.- Being around such great players like E'Twaun Moore, Robbie Hummel, JaJuan Johnson, Carsen Edwards and more!- What is was like on the sidelines during Ryan Cline and Carsen Edwards' NCAA Tournament performances.- The best players he played with and against in the Big Ten.Follow DJ on social media! Instagram: @djbyrd21Twitter: @djbyrd21Follow the podcast and Dub on Instagram! @dubjellisonpodcast @dubjellisonLink to streaming version of the podcast, social media and more via the DJP Linktree page!https://linktr.ee/dubjellisonpodcastLike, subscribe and share with your friends!
In today's GoldandBlack.com Saturday Simulcast — brought to you by the Purdue Union Club Hotel — we discuss Matt Painter's and Jeff Brohm's recent and upcoming staff hires, Purdue recruiting, finances and more.
Brain tells you why Purdue loss it's first game, why Aaron Wheeler is leaving, Jameel Brown decommitting, and how that effects Purdue and possible transfers.
What just happened? Not a bracket in the world remains perfect but that doesn't stop Tony Tourney, Dribbling Dangles and Difficult Drue from giving out some quick Brinks Truck bets to make you money. Listen and enjoy the revelry and lets try to make the funds back that Shaka Smart, Matt Painter and Rick Barnes cost us all. Long live Buddy Boeheim. Picks - Dangles (6:29), Tony (9:50), Completely Sober Drue (13:58) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
.@JaredOn1017 talks to @OnAir_RBlackman about the Cliz, how this team feels different, and is this Matt Painter's best coaching job?
P.J. Thompson celebrates a milestone birthday today (Feb. 24) as shares his thoughts on growing up in a basketball household, his role on coach Matt Painter's coaching staff, the challenges of excelling as a freshman and much more. After an outstanding Purdue career, Thompson is in his second year as a graduate assistant. His role includes opponent scouting, film breakdown, helping with individual workouts and administrative duties as he breaks into the collegiate coaching ranks. Thompson spent the the 2018-19 season playing professionally in the Netherlands after being a three-year starter from 2016 to 2018. He currently ranks second in career assist / turnover ratio (2.94), is 10th in career 3-point percentage (.404) and 15th in career 3-pointers made (161) at Purdue. He appeared in 137 games, the eighth most in school history and helped Purdue to a 104-37 record and the 2017 Big Ten Championship during his time with the Boilermakers.
Jared talks to Brian about the recent recruiting wins, Purdue's win over Northwestern, and class of 2022 guys to watch out for.
An update on Andrew Luck's "lunch with Jimmy," rating Archie Miller vs. Matt Painter, the Colts failures at drafting corners catching up and Parkview Sports Medicine's Tommy Schoegler joins to give his top 5.
Matt Painter coached Robbie Hummel at Purdue. He is still the head coach of the men's basketball team. Twitter: @CoachPainter 2:15 Most embarrassing Robbie Hummel moment 18:32 Playing with Pat Knight, knowing Bob Knight 42:20 How to stay calm and patient as a coach 51:04 What would have been if Rob didn’t get hurt 59:13 Helping the NCAA grow 1:08:00 Why no bubble for the NCAA Tournament? Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021.
On the latest Doyel and Derek Podcast, they debate Colts QB options (Matt Ryan vs. Carson Wentz vs. Mac Jones), discuss who’s to blame for the Pacers’ being off your TV (it’s Sinclair’s fault), applaud Matt Painter and get into the Super Bowl, where Gregg offers the following: “Antonio Brown? Seriously? Screw YOU, Bruce Arians.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode #74 of the Dub Jellison Podcast with Purdue Guard, Sasha Stefanovic! During Ep. #74, Sasha and Dub discussed: - How he is feeling after testing positive for COVID-19 - Why he believes he got it somewhere on the road and how nobody else in Purdue's program tested positive. - The precautions the Purdue program has put into place and has had success for much of the year amidst COVID-19. - What is has been like to watch the games and not be able to play. - Giving advice to his teammates about what he sees watching the games. - Purdue's big win over #21 Minnesota after losing by double-digits to Michigan. - Brandon Newman and Jaden Ivey having huge performances recently. - How this team has evolved over the course of the season. - What the differences have been between the start of the season to the last 5-6 game stretch. - The freshmen gaining confidence as the season has progressed and they have been able to make more of an impact. - The benefit of Matt Painter taking advantage of the redshirt at Purdue. - How good this Purdue team can be both down the stretch this season and in future years. - His recruiting experience and holding out until a scholarship became available at Purdue. - Dunking on the Purdue legend, Evan Boundreaux and when he will put someone on a poster in a game. - Looking back on experiences going to the Elite 8 and the Taiwan games his freshman year. - AND MORE! Follow Sasha on social media! Instagram: @stefanovicsasha Twitter: @Sash_Stefanovic Follow the podcast and Dub on Instagram! @dubjellisonpodcast @dubjellison Link to streaming version of the podcast, social media and more via the DJP Linktree page! https://linktr.ee/dubjellisonpodcast Like, subscribe and share with your friends!
We caught up with director of men's basketball operations Elliot Bloom on the morning of his 44th birthday. Bloom, a 1999 Purdue graduate has worked in the Purdue athletics for the past 20 years. In his current role, Bloom serves as the program’s point person for scheduling and team travel, while also assisting in recruiting efforts and coordinating the team’s weekly schedule. He also oversees Purdue’s team of undergraduate student managers. Bloom has worked with Hall of Fame coaches Gene Keady, Mike Krzyzewski and Roy Williams, as well as current Boilermaker head coach Matt Painter. He and his wife, Monica, have a daughter, Lucy, and a son, Charlie.
Episode #73 of the Dub Jellison Podcast with Former Purdue Guard & Real Estate Investor, Terone Johnson! Subscribe to Terone's YouTube channel "Moguls In The Making": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcaN9GlV9XMsTQOuLRQ716w Follow Terone on social media! Instagram: @legacy_tee Twitter: @Legacy_Tee During Ep. #73, Terone & Dub discussed: - Updating Purdue fans on what he has been up to. - Talking about his real estate endeavors. - Why he got into real estate and how it's grown. - How he is leaving a legacy for his family and hometown. - Why he stopped playing basketball and how much he misses it. - His impressions of this year's Purdue team and what their ceiling could be. - Playing with his brother Ronnie Johnson in high school and at Purdue. - The situation surrounding his brother transferring - What it was like to play with the Baby Boilers JaJuan Johnson, Robbie Hummel & E'Twaun Moore. - The rollercoaster of the team's success during his time in West Lafayette. - How he grew into leadership positions as his career progressed. - A couple of hilarious Matt Painter stories before a game against Indiana. - The infamous Where Else incident with Kelsey Barlow and the practice that followed. - AND MORE! Follow the podcast and Dub on Instagram! @dubjellisonpodcast @dubjellison Link to streaming version of the podcast, social media and more via the DJP Linktree page! https://linktr.ee/dubjellisonpodcast Like, subscribe and share with your friends!
In the first episode of Boiler Up, Rapheal Davis is joined by one of Purdue's legends: Matt Painter, a former player and the current head coach of the program. There are not many story tellers in the world that are better than Paint when he gets going, and Rapheal definitely gets him going. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Fran Fraschilla is joined by former Purdue Boilermaker and College Basketball Analyst Robbie Hummel. The two discuss a wide variety of topics, including:Robbie on Indiana basketballRobbie on whether his experience playing HS basketball in Indiana prepared him for collegeRobbie on the best stadiums to play atRobbie on why he chose to play at Purdue over ValparaisoRobbie on his ACL injuryRobbie on how he made his way to SpainRobbie on getting injured again in the NBARobbie on whether he’d still be playing in the NBA if he didn’t get injuredRobbie on Nikola PekovicRobbie on playing for MilanoRobbie on playing in RussiaRobbie on how he started playing 3x3
Ready or not, Purdue Basketball returns this week and we've got you covered in this episode! Our complete roster breakdown will have you ready for everyone to take the court and help get the Boilermakers back into the Big Dance. Check out this episode before Wednesday's season opener and get ready for all the action this winter. Give the show a follow on Twitter @BoilersBeyond and send me your feedback on this week's episode. How do you anticipate year fifteen of the Matt Painter era going? Let me know! You can also email the show at email@example.com. Boilers and Beyond will now have weekly live podcasts on Rootshare. Go to rootshare.io to create a free account and watch live! New episodes are released weekly, so be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Purdue Head Coach Matt Painter sits down with Coach Hawk for an in depth and fun conversation.Painter discusses the state of college hoops today from his seat. Transfers, injuries, parents, and social media are just a few of the topics he gets into. Recruiting to Purdue and who they go up against are also discussed. You'll also find out who Painter talks to when he needs advice.After this conversation it's easy to see why Purdue and Painter have the love affair they do. He's a Boilermaker all the way through.The tip-off question takes on the issue of injuries.The buzzer beater gives fans an alternative way to evaluate their favorite teams/programs.Listen in to this and so much more right here on this episode of Next Possession with Steve Hawkins.
Trey Kaufman very likely to announce his commitment to Purdue! Matt Painter steals one from the south, and Archie Miller loses a recruiting battle in his backyard. What's it mean for each program? Frank Reich talks about a couple of question marks for the Lions game Sunday. He also talks about how much he relies upon analytics. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Tim McCormick and Sam Webb discuss the challenges of maintaining a team in the transfer era, and why Cole Bajema's transfer was a predictable outcome. Next, they assess talent and potential impact made by transfers Nojel Eastern and Chaundee Brown. Then the duo reacts to Purdue coach Matt Painter's parting shots for Eastern. And finally, Webb interviews former Wake Forest great and assistant coach Randolph Childress about what he thinks Brown will bring to the table for the Wolverines. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brendan and Dylan discuss Cole Bajema's transfer from Michigan, potential replacements in the transfer portal, the NBA Draft deadline being extended indefinitely, NBA Draft evaluations of Cassius Winston, Xavier Tillman, Aaron Henry, and Isaiah Livers, and Matt Painters' comments on Nojel Eastern and Matt Haarms transferring.Timestamps:(04:14) Michigan Transfers In & Out(25:53) NBA Draft Deadline and Evaluations(54:27) Matt Painter Unloads