Join us for our 200th episode, Darrel Chaney a World Series Champion with the 1975 Cincinnati Big Red Machine joins us! He could have been quarterback for Notre Dame, he was an outstanding three sport athlete at Hammond Morton and out of high school signed with the Cincinnati Reds and the rest is history! What a great story teller….From his humble beginnings in a 900 square foot house in Hammond…to his love for Mr. Cub Ernie Banks…. and of course his passion for the game of baseball! He has a great book out, which has changed peoples lives, it’s called “Welcome to the Big Leagues, Every Man’s Journey to Significance, The Darrel Chaney Story” available at Welcometothebigleagues.org and he’s motivational speaker, get all his info at Darrelchaney.com…..
He’s a Hoosier, I’m a Hoosier, he’s a Indiana State University Sycamore, I’m a Indiana State University Sycamore, He’s hilarious, I’m not…Ladies and Gentlemen Ryan spends time with us talking about his upbringing, his incredible shot to stardom on AGT and what’s happening in the world today! A class act…Listen, share and enjoy… He’s very interactive with his fans follow him @CrippleThreat8 on Twitter and other social media platforms! And please when he comes to town, go see him…you won’t regret it! Please check out our sponsor Stickeryeti.com they make amazing custom stickers and much more! I use them for both stickers and iron on transfers…incredible product! Please click the link below and give them a try!
Seen in the photo with football coach Pat Koers, Coach Riensche was a main stay at Broad Ripple from 1978-1989! Starting his coaching career at IPS #44 where Coach Bill Smith started, Coach Riensche coached basketball, baseball, cross country, and soccer! He along with Coach Smith and Coach Gene Ring are the ones who drove me to be like a sponge and have the passion for keeping the nostalgia alive! Moving on to Warren Central to coach both baseball and assist on basketball…Coach Riensche spent 44 years teaching and coaching young people with a passion! Stay tuned…Maybe a part II in the works!
They said he was too short and too slow, fast forward to three Big Ten Championship Rings and you have the heart of a champion! Todd Foster shares his story. The story includes his love for the rodeo, the passion for the game of basketball and his dedication to being a Purdue Boilermaker….
From attending Final Fours with his Dad beginning in 1949 at Butler Fieldhouse….Washington Continental as a high school player….And 24 years as head coach for the Manual Redskins…Coach Belser opens up about his life with the game of high school basketball in Indiana! He loved the game and enjoyed coaching at one school for over 24 years!
Part 2 of an interview with 2019 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee Coach Jerry Hoover! You can catch part one @ keepingthenostalgiaalive.podbean.com
A interview with Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee…Walter Jordan! It’s from 3 years ago, but for some reason I felt moved to find and share it! A great player and even better person!
Click this link for Mr Darrin Means obsession, which is Indiana’s Obsession: His journey through the history of Indiana high school basketball https://youtu.be/qP7P2jRfVtA just an awesome investment into Indiana’s game! You’ve gotta watch it! Listen to the conversation we had about how this came about!
2019 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee! What an incredible story of a lifetime relationship with the game of basketball! Coach Jerry Hoover shares his story. Current Head Coach of the Blackford Bruins, Coach Hoover tells us about his upbringing, Purdue, stories of John Wooden, and yes..Victor the wrestling bear! This is part I , come back next week, same time for an extended part II.
We first chat with Jimbo Rayl about his life with dad, the movie “Hoosiers” and beyond! Part II is an interview we did with his dad 5 years ago! Listen, share and enjoy! Thanks Jimbo for your time, it was a pleasure!