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10/14/22 • 40 min

Today the Robert and I go in-depth with Nathan Grubel purveyor of Draft Deeper a modern update to the NBA Draft Analysis game. He is a graduate of Temple University and is forging his own journalistic pathway through hard work and skill development. The Podcast is produced today by Hardwood History Podcasts and presented by 19Nine as part of their ongoing celebration of history on the hardwood. The Draft is such an amazing amalgam of the past present and future of basketball. Nathan takes us into the world of talent evaluation ahead of the 2022-23 NCAA Season.

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Let's Go to the Movies | And 1 | Laker's Doc | Rise

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09/23/22 • 36 min

Rise | Giannis Documentary
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David Ragland | University of Evansville Men’s Head Coach

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07/26/22 • 37 min

David Ragland was named the 16th head men’s basketball coach in University of Evansville history on May 24, 2022. The announcement of the 8th Division I head coach in Purple Aces history was made by Director of Athletics Dr. Kenneth “Ziggy” Siegfried.
In a coaching career that has spanned nearly two decades, Ragland’s experience has seen him contribute to an impressive group of programs that includes Butler, Utah State, Valparaiso, Vincennes, Northern Kentucky, Bowling Green, Indiana State, and Frank Phillips College. He joins the Evansville program following a 1-year stint as an assistant coach at Butler University.What is your basketball origin story

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Utah, State, Valparaiso, Northern Kentucky, Bowling Green and Indiana State.
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Whit Hughes & Bart Hyche | Miss. St. ‘96 | The Final Four

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09/02/22 • 91 min

  • Hail State! On this episode of the 19nine Podcast, we’re traveling back to the 1995-1996 college basketball season, when Iverson and Allen dazzled at The Garden, Kentucky stocked its roster with 9 future NBA players, Coach Cal led UMass to national prominence, The Macarena was the year’s hit song, and a Mississippi State squad led by Darryl Wilson, Dontae’ Jones, and 16-year NBA veteran Erick Dampier crashed the Final Four.
  • To talk about the Bulldogs’ memorable March Madness run, we’re joined today by two rotation players on that team – Whit Hughes and Bart Hyche.
  • A 5-11 freshman on the 1996 squad, Bart played in 31 games that season, including all five of the Bulldogs’ NCAA Tournament games.
  • Whit, meanwhile, was a 6-5 sophomore forward who played in all 34 contests for the Bulldogs’ Final Four squad.
  • We’re going to chat with Whit and Bart about their respective journeys to Starkville, playing basketball at a school where football reigns supreme, the Mississippi State-Ole Miss rivalry, taking down Big Blue Nation in the SEC Tournament, and earning the first – and still only – Final Four berth in school history.

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Jeff Hurd | Former WAC Commissioner | Keith Van Horn, Larry Bird Stories and More

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08/19/22 • 58 min

  • Today we’re going to talk with retired Western Athletic Conference commissioner Jeff Hurd about where college hoops has been and where it could be going.
  • Jeff spent nearly 5 decades in college athletics, beginning with a stint as the sports information director at the University of Tulsa before serving as the director of public relations for the Missouri Valley Conference.
  • The Missouri grad spent his last 37 years, however, with the Western Athletic Conference, the last 10 as its commissioner, and in that time the WAC might have undergone as much change as any Division I conference.
  • Jeff joins us today to discuss his memories of the Missouri Valley Conference, when a Larry Bird-led Indiana State team charged into the national title game in 1979, to his favorite college basketball moments over the last 40-plus years before we get his thoughts on the future of college hoops amid major changes in the collegiate athletics landscape.
  • Jeff, thanks for joining us on the 19nine podcast.

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Cameron Mills | Kentucky ‘96 Denim | National Champions

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08/12/22 • 84 min

  • Welcome to the 19nine podcast. In this episode we take another deep dive into Big Blue Nation and University of Kentucky hoops, this time with two-time NCAA champion Cameron Mills.
  • The son of former Kentucky Wildcat Terry Mills, Cameron grew up in Lexington, starring at Dunbar High before shunning D1 scholarship offers and matriculating to Kentucky in 1994 as a walk-on for the Wildcats and head coach Rick Pitino.
  • Today, we’re going to talk with the 6-3 sharpshooter about his journey to Kentucky and the first of his two national championship teams at UK – the loaded 1995-96 squad that featured 9 – that’s right, 9 – NBA players. That dominant Kentucky team went 34-2, culminating with a 9-point win over Syracuse in the title game.

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19Nine SHORTS | Kentucky’s Denim Blues

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09/09/22 • 8 min

This is 19nine SHORTS, a fast break-styled lesson in hardwood history. On their way to the 1996 NCAA Championship, the Kentucky Wildcats sported one of the most distinctive uniform kits in modern NCAA basketball history – the so-called “denim blues.” Though the Kentucky denims now land a spot on nearly every credible list identifying the top Wildcat uniforms of all time, the novel look was not so enthusiastically received upon its debut in 1996. In fact, it was almost universally panned. In this inaugural edition of 19nine SHORTS, The Chucker, 19nine’s resident historian, explains how these now-treasured uniforms came into existence and the less-than-savory response they received. He also reminds us how, in the end, none of it really mattered.
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06/30/22 • 63 min

We've got a potpourri episode during the height of the silly season. Draymond starting fights with Kendrick Perkins for no real reason. We instead choose to talk basketball except for occasionally making fun of The Kings. We get things started talking Warriors before veering off into a variety of offseason topics including The Draft, Free Agency, and New Basketball Movies (Giannis's movie Rise and the Adam Sandler flick Hustle). Perfect conversation for your July 4th Driving.
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Hardwood History | 19Nine Weekly | Basketball is Life | NBA Draft 2022

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06/23/22 • 44 min

This week we break down the 2022 NBA Draft. We talk about who we think are the best teams in the draft along with trade talk. We finish putting our predictions out there for how the players will actually be drafted. It's NBA Draft Season get caught up before the Draft tomorrow!
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19Nine SHORTS | The Origins of Midnight Madness

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10/01/22 • 6 min

This is 19nine SHORTS, a fast break-styled lesson in hardwood history

On this edition of 19nine SHORTS, The Chucker, 19nine’s resident historian, takes us back five decades and details the origins of Midnight Madness. Originally more motivational tactic than program-branding exercise, more an impromptu fan gathering than any heralded celebration of the start of the college basketball season, Midnight Madness owes its launch to an event that didn’t even include a basketball.

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