This week we're talking to Houston Chronicle beat writer Joseph Duarte about the highlights from the 2017-18 season, and discussing the storylines for the coming year. Then we turned briefly to the dark side to discuss who Cougar fans love to hate.
Plus, Kahmari Montgomery wins is the National Champion in the 400 meter dash. And this time we're not talking an NCAA championship, we're talking best in the country, period.
And finally, Rob Gray gets a summer league tryout with the Rockets, and Connor Hollis signs with the Rays.
We're back to announce the winners of the 2nd annual PAW-scar awards! Find out who won in categories like best Male/Female Athlete, Game of the Year, and many more!
Plus, we've got plenty of off-season tidbits to talk about, like some men's hoops scheduling info, Quivell Jordan representing Team USA, and Leonie Harm winning an international tournament.
It's official, the boys have no more in-season Cougar sports to talk about after this week. BUT, Cougar track & field had a big weekend at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Oregon and we're here to talk about it. We also list out our nominees for our extremely creatively named awards show: the PAW-SCARS! Listen along and vote here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQL…bfa3P72A/viewform
For our last in-season podcast of the 2017-18 year, we talk about Cougar baseball putting up a tough fight in the Chapel Hill regional, before ultimately falling to the hosts. We take the opportunity to look back at the baseball season as a whole, and take a first look at the JuCo transfer-heavy year to come.
Plus, Cougar Track & Field enters National Championships projected to finish 2nd as a team, with 3 individual nattys.
And *whew* Kelvin Sampson won't be coaching the Orlando Magic next year, he'll be opening the Fertitta Center with the Coogs.