We ended our third year of pawdcasting in style with two of the biggest guests in pawdcast history. We talked to Kellen Sampson about the exciting crop of newcomers, that damn Jordan Poole shot, and the program-altering implications of avoiding last place in '14-'15.
We also spoke with 3-time NCAA champion Cameron Burrell. He talked about his Olympic hopes, made a bold prediction for next year's UH team, and told us who'd win a race between himself and his dad.
The past two weeks also saw Daniel Poncedeleon throw 7 no-hit innings (!!) in his major-league debut (!!!) and football make noise in recruiting.
In the penultimate episode of season 3, we dig into the mailbag and answer every question we received over the past week, covering topics as wide as the football depth chart, the sustainability of college athletics, and all that talk about adding a gymnastics program.
Plus Cameron Burrell and Kahmari Montgomery represent the USA in London, current and former Coogs have a big week on the diamond, and CBS says UH has a better athletics program than half of the Big 12.
We're back deep in the dark woods of the off-season talking about Rob Gray's performances with the Rockets Vegas Summer League team, a big week for Cougar baseball alum Corey Julks in the Astros' minor league and our main course: the guys ranking all UH athletic programs by recent performance, potential and returning talent.
We're killing some time in the off-season by talking all about your chosen off-topic topic: food. This is one episode sure to contain at least one stated opinion to offend just about anybody.
Plus, men's basketball adds an impact transfer in Justin Gorham, and Leonie Harm continues her monster off-season by winning another tournament.