An Interview with Indiana State University head basketball coach Greg Lansing

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With all that’s going on in the world, take 40 minutes to listen to our interview with Coach Greg Lansing! A great story of a relationship with coaching basketball! 

An interview with Loogootee Lion and Indiana State University Sycamore Brian Canada

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Brian tells his story of his relationship with the game of basketball and growing up as a Loogootee Lion and Indiana State University Sycamore!

Dave Kornowa shares his story of playing football for the Indiana Hoosiers and the Rose bowl of 1968!

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Dave Kornowa grew up in Ohio and dreamed of playing in the Rose bowl. He ended up at Indiana University playing for the Hoosiers, chances looked slim…a coaching change, losing seasons….Then his senior year the team came together they went 9-1…Co-Big 10 Champions ranked #4 and went on to play the mighty USC Trojans and O.J. Simpson!

An Interview with Coach Rex Walters, we chat Jayhawks, NBA, Demon Deacons and his life in Hoops!

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Coach Rex Walters joins us for an interview. He gives an inside look into his life in basketball! One of the most entertaining and informative interviews I’ve done this side of the microphone! Listen, share and enjoy. He also has his own show at Theprosclub.com check it out! Listen to over 175 shows at keepingthenostalgiaalive.podbean.com

An Interview with the Curator of The Texas Basketball Museum!

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If you have a passion for basketball and you live in Texas take a trip to Carmine Texas and visit the Texas Basketball Museum! Listen to this interview with the Curator…… Bob Springer! If you’d like to donate to this 1,400 square foot museum which includes the members of the Texas Basketball Hall of Fame you can by contacting Coach Bob Springer@ 713-898-7667 or email @Texasbkb@swbell.net. The location of the Texas Basketball Museum is…… 107 Augsburg Avenue P.O box 401 Carmine Texas 78932… I’ve been and I’m going back soon! Also check out Texasbasketballmuseum.com

An Interview with Bang Tango founding member and Guitarist Mark Knight

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Bang Tango is back, listen to my first musical interview with founding member and guitarist Mark Knight, you can also check out bangtango.net for tour and other information! Also check out markknightandtheunsungheroes.com 

Part III Coach Rex Wells Keeps the Nostalgia Alive!

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Coach Rex Wells shares his love and passion for the game of basketball! Just a great conversation! The phenomenal 1957-58 Springs Valley season!!! Also check out the book 

The Valley Boys: The Story of the 1958 Springs Valley Black Hawks

By Timothy Wright!

A Conversation with Roger Kaiser….

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Dale Golden Ace, Georgia Tech’s first All-American and all the stories that come with it! Coach Kaiser shares memories of his life in basketball. We are trying to get Bob Reinhart and Roger together for an interview…We will! This was a conversation started with a phone call and stories rolled out from hello! Enjoy!

Part III of Dr. John Olsen, Loogootee, Indiana and basketball

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After technical difficulties and banging my head on my studio wall…Here’s Part III of our interview with John Olsen and his life story of Loogootee, Indiana and basketball! What an amazing individual and his story is even more amazing. Enjoy! You can hear Parts I and II on keepingthenostalgiaalive.podbean.com

Kokomo Wildkat and Drake Bulldog Erwin Cox shares his story!

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Erwin Cox is our guest and he shares his story about a life in athletics, from Kokomo Wildkat thru his career as a Drake Bulldog! The Cox family was 9 siblings deep and the athletic talent was amazing! Erwin does an amazing job sharing his story from little league baseball, dishing the ball to Bob Netolicky at Drake and his stories of high school sports in Kokomo! It was neat to hear first hand accounts and also what legendary coach Joe Platt meant and how he coached!

 

Myra Fleener: [about Jimmy Chitwood] You know, a basketball hero around here is treated like a god, er, uh, how can he ever find out what he can really do? I don’t want this to be the high point of his life. I’ve seen them, the real sad ones. They sit around the rest of their lives talking about the glory days when they were seventeen years old.
Coach Norman Dale: You know, most people would kill… to be treated like a god, just for a few moments. This is Erwin Cox’s moments….