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University of Houston Head Football Coach Tony Levine joined Nate & Creight in studio as they filled in for The B-Straw & Pauly G Show. He discussed what it is like to be a head coach and the things he has learned in his tenure at UH. Levine discussed what the recruiting process is like and how he is deeply involved in it. He also spoke about the importance of good facilities and how the campus has grown and evolved through his time there so far. He discussed the statements at the SEC media days about cheating going on in college football.
12 year NBA vet Damon Jones joins Nick and Lopez In The Loop. Damon played for U of H and he gives his thoughts on the sudden departure of Coach Dickey. We asked Damon what U of H needs to do to turn the program into a National power again.
Attention Coogs! Fellow alumni Joe Pogge had the President of the U of H Alumni Organization on the Driving Range to discuss the school’s celebrity golf tournament. It’s part of homecoming weekend in October. get the details here.
Lotsa golf talk every Saturday with Joe and Matt. From how to fix a bad swing to the best stretching to TSU golfers and even some Texans!! It’s the fastest our of sports talk in town.
University of Houston athletic director Mack Rhodes calls in to talk to Smokin Joe and Mulligan Matt this morning. The demolition of Robertson Stadium and the new women’s golf program are on the score card today.
University of Houston golf coach Jonathan Dismuke called in to talk to the gang on the Driving Range. The team finished the last 4 tournaments 3rd, 2nd, 2nd and 1st – coming back from 12 strokes back to win at the Lone Star Invitational.
Sports Radio 610 is helping to bring you the 3rd Annual Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival this weekend at Moody Gardens in Galveston. Joe and Matt speak with Clifton McDerby about the 3 day event!
Mike Booker joins Smokin’ Joe this morning for some golf talk. Mike is the winner of the 6th annual Carlton Woods Invittional senior division touney and a former U of H All American. He was on the Cougar team that won the NCAA championship in 1977.