John Olsen and his life in Basketball, Loogootee, Indiana and Beyond!

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Dr. John Olsen, seen in the front row 2nd to the right, while playing on the Freshmen team at Indiana University, Coach Bob Knights 1st year at IU. John shares his story about being a Manager during the 1969-1970 Loogootee Lion Final Four Season and then playing for Coach Butcher the following season. Not only did he play for the one time winningest Indiana high school basketball coach of all-time…Coach Jack Butcher, but he also was coached by the one time winningest college basketball Coach of all-time…Coach Bob Knight! Just an incredible story about his path to becoming a successful Psychologist for over 35 years. It’s what he learned on his path thru the game of basketball that has led to his success in life! This is Part 1 of a two part interview, we will discuss more about his passion today, about his book…”Just a Little Bitty Skinny Kid”, and that senior year at Loogootee high school in Part 2. Enjoy, if you’d like our work and would like to donate or advertise with us…please email us at Hoosierhysteria@yahoo.com or keepingthenostalgiaalive@yahoo.com Thank you for your support. Stay tuned on 11/13 for Part 2, follow us at keepingthenostalgiaalive.podbean.com 

Legend Bobby Plump and Graham Honaker discuss the ’54 Hoosiers Museum

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Legend Bobby Plump of the 1954 Milan Indians and Milan ’54 Hoosier Museum board member Graham Honaker talk about the 65th reunion of  of the 1954 Milan State Championship and they also announce the establishment of the Roselyn McKittrick Endowment fund and campaign to preserve the future of the Milan ’54 Hoosiers Museum. Those wishing to to make a gift, multi year pledge, or planned gift to the Roselyn McKittrick Endowment can do so by going to milan54.org or you can call Tom Kohlmeier at 317-409-5203. This is the #1 sports story in Indiana, be a part of it! We support both the Hoosier Gym and Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, lets back the ’54 Hoosier Museum and continue what Roselyn worked so hard to accomplish! they also have an amazing gift shop which you can also check out at Milan54.org —-

Baseball’s Greatest Hits

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Here’s some of my favorite baseball clips and songs, please listen, share and enjoy!Please support our sponsor Zumersport.com. Use code KTNA and receive free shipping! Zumer Sport, where you can get 100’s of items made with the exact same materials as your favorite sports balls!

An Interview with Coach Rudy Tomjanovich!

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“Never underestimate the heart of a champion.” Coach Rudy Tomjanovich shares his story about his life, the game of basketball and beyond! Please support our sponsor Zumersport.com where they make 100’s of items made with the same EXACT materials as your favorite sports balls! You can also get your own logo on their products and they are adding different colleges and universities on a weekly basis! Use code KTNA for free shipping!

An Interview with Coach Eric Echelbarger of IU-Kokomo

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26-8, NAIA Playoffs, and 19-0 at home, these are pretty amazing statistics for first year head coach Eric Echelbarger! Coach Echelbarger discusses growing up in Indiana, playing basketball for his Hall of Fame Father, Marty Echelbarger, his college playing days and his coaching career! Head coach Eric Echelbarger of the Indiana University Kokomo Cougars takes time out of his schedule to keep the nostalgia alive! Please support our sponsor Zumersport.com, where the make 100’s of items made from the EXACT same materials as your favorite sports balls! Use code KTNA and receive free shipping!

Dan Dakich Interview Unfiltered!

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Wow, thank you Dan Dakich for spending some time with the “Keeping the Nostalgia Alive Show”. Dan Dakich tells an unfiltered version of his life in basketball! Check out our sponsor @Zumersport.com. 

Jimmy Jones, Grambling, and the ABA-NBA an Interview!

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Jimmy Jones helps to keep the nostalgia alive, by telling us his story of growing up basketball and continuing at Grambling state University and his career in the ABA and NBA. please listen, share and enjoy. Please visit our sponsor Zumersport.com. They make hundreds of items in which the products are made from the same exact materials as the real sports game balls and they look AND feel like them because they truly are the same material. Use Code “KTNA” and receive free shipping! Also check out Droppingdimes.org to help the plight of those who played in the ABA and have been left behind by the NBA. 

An interview with Coach Scott Combs! Hoosier at Heart!

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Just coming off of being named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s Silver Anniversary team of 2019, Coach Combs shares his story of basketball success. From Lebanon Indiana to Paoli, he put up over 1,900 points in his high school career. Coach Combs now an Assistant Coach at Morehead State University talks about his playing days and his love for the game. He was runner-up to Bryce Drew for Indiana Mr. Basketball in 1994 and had a good college career at both Missouri and Austin Peay. He chats about wins over Indiana and being a part of the Tyus Edney legendary shot game. He also discusses how he got into coaching and much more! Listen, share, and enjoy…Our program is brought to you by Zumersport.com, where all of their products are made from the exact same materials as real sports game balls and they look AND feel like them because they truly are the same material!

Bob Netolicky and Scott Tarter talk about the ABA and its fight to help ABA Players!

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Go to Droppingdimes.org and help those who changed the game (ABA)! 4 time All-Star and 2X ABA Champion Bob Netolicky and Co-Founder of DroppingDimes attorney Scott Tarter discuss the plight of  ABA players in need. You can also buy an outstanding book called “We Changed The Game” at Hilton Publishing or Wechangedthegame.com.