Jeter on WSSP

Rob Jeter on WSSP with Bill Michaels


Luljak interviews Costello

Link to interview

I wish the Black and Gold would find themselves on the air of WUWM more often, but this is a great interview.

I’ll have commentary on it in the morning.

I’m on college radio!

For anyone who up this morning and stationary, log onto and head to the “Listen” link, which will take you to a website.  I’ll be on the Zach and Pat Show on Youngstown State’s Rookery Radio.

Why?  Because we’re talkin’ Horizon League hoops!  I promise no Youngstown bashing – in fact I’ll probably spend too much time gushing about Damian Eargle, my favorite non-Panther in the H-League.

Some Cleveland State to digest

In case you wanted to relive it:

Thanks to Tom Mieskoski (@CSUVikingsHoops) of the blog Cleveland State Hoops for the following links:

Diamond Leung of wrote about Norris Cole for the mothership.

Mieskoski wrote this piece about Norris Cole a few days ago for his blog.

I’ll add my piece from Rush The Court when it’s posted.


Doug Gottlieb and Andy Katz discuss MKE-BU game

Doug Gottlieb was impressed by Milwaukee's victory Monday.

Thanks to PantherU contributor Derick Kelly for this tidbit from their college basketball podcast at ESPN. Go to the 30:40 mark and listen.

“They couldn’t stop Anthony Hill. Couldn’t stop Tony Meier. It was a basic layup drill for Milwaukee.” – Doug Gottlieb

Just in case you didn’t know, Doug Gottlieb was born in Milwaukee, while his father Bob was a college basketball coach at…you guessed it, Milwaukee.  Bob Gottlieb’s Panthers were 62-70 in his tenure from 1975-80, and he was the last coach before the university made one of its five worst decisions ever in dropping down to D-III.

Good to hear some love from the national analysts.

Rick Costello’s Presentation

Deputy AD of Rutgers University, Rick Costello, made his presentation to the public today for the UWM AD job.

Here it is:

Grace Calhoun’s Presentation

Indiana University Associate Athletic Director Grace Calhoun gave her presentation to the public today.