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Roundhouse podcast with Patrick Harrison on Shocker basketball
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Wichitan Patrick Harrison is the new assistant women’s basketball coach. We talk about playing at Campus High School for his father and a coaching journey through junior colleges, an NAIA stop, and other places before returning to WSU. Harrison, a Shocker graduate assistant under former coach Jody Adams, discusses lessons from those successful seasons and why he wants to work for Terry Nooner. We also discuss his favorite James Bond movies and favorite Bond actor.

The Roundhouse inside shocker athletics with Paul Suellentrop
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Roundhouse podcast with Harlond Beverly on Shocker basketball
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Wichita State’s Harlond Beverly joins the podcast with the story of why his dad wanted him to wear No. 20 and the NBA player who also wore that number. We discuss Beverly’s admiration of LeBron James and his growing affection for UFC. We also talk about why the Shockers improved over the season’s final weeks. He describes how coach Paul Mills challenged him to be a better offensive player and how Mills’ work building relationships pays off. We wrap up with movie talk, diving into Beverly’s favorite films by Christopher Nolan.

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Roundhouse podcast on 2013-14 Shocker basketball
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On the anniversary of one of that season’s memorable wins, we look back on the 2014 Wichita State basketball season. The Shockers won 35 straight games and earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Mike Kennedy and Bob Lutz discuss the NBA talent on that team, the team’s historical importance and the rally at Missouri State on Jan. 11, 2014. We talk about the joys of the regular season, why Tekele Cotton was one of the stars on this team and why Bob predicted an unbeaten season before anyone else. We break down the strength of schedule, the Saint Louis game that sparked a kerfuffle with Doug Gottlieb and hand out plenty of trivia questions.

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Roundhouse podcast with Bob Hull on Shocker basketball
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Bob Hull, entering season No. 17 as the color voice on radio and TV for Shocker basketball, discusses Wichita State’s 3-0 start and what that small sample of results might tell us about the rest of the season. We discuss Wichita State’s tempo, how the Shockers space the floor and why communication is so important for the defense. We also talk about Xavier Bell’s driving ability and why the big men work well together. We wrap up with Bob’s picks for the most memorable games and opponents of the past 17 seasons and his enthusiasm for the new Rolling Stones music.

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Roundhouse podcast with DJ McCarty and Tre'Zure Jobe on Shocker basketball
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Wichita State seniors DJ McCarty and Tre’Zure Jobe update us on Shocker Madness, what it’s like playing for coach Terry Nooner and why McCarty welcomed a competitor at guard to the team. We discuss the “Easy Run,” which – spoiler alert – isn’t easy, why McCarty stayed at Wichita State and we try to convince her to remain in Wichita after graduation.

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Roundhouse podcast with TJ Cleveland on Shocker basketball
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Wichita State men’s basketball assistant coach TJ Cleveland updates fans on the trip to Greece, what the Shockers accomplished and who stood out. We discuss Dalen Ridgnal’s immediate impact after joining the team right before the trip. We also talk about playing for Nolan Richardson at Arkansas and a career journey that started with a job at Blockbuster Video.

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Roundhouse podcast with Nick Wiggins, Demetric Williams on the 2013 Final Four
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More memories from the 2013 Final Four season with Nick Wiggins and Demetric Williams. We talk about how coaches set the tone for that season off the court, the wacky win at Redbird Arena and how injuries shaped that season. We also discuss their affection for teammate Carl Hall and his beastly style of play, the emotions behind a senior night loss to Evansville and the scene in Atlanta.

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Roundhouse podcast with Mike Kennedy and Bob Lutz on the 2013 Final Four
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Radio voice Mike Kennedy and former Wichita Eagle columnist Bob Lutz join us to reminisce about the 2012-13 Shockers basketball season, culminating at the Final Four. We talk about Cleanthony Early’s star turn on that team and his place in Shocker history, the importance of depth and the wacky win at Illinois State. We discuss the significance of the win over No. 1 Gonzaga, torment Bob with trivia questions and reveal some of our favorite moments. Many of those Shockers are in town this week for the alumni reunion at Friday’s AfterShocks game and dinner at Mark Arts on July 22.
 

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Roundhouse podcast with Ron Baker, Zach Bush on Final Four, AfterShocks
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We dive into the 2013 Final Four reunion with Ron Baker and Zach Bush by testing their memories on Tekele Cotton’s defense, Staples Center locker assignments and more from that run to Atlanta. We talk about which Shocker will lead the good times at the reunion, how the addition of Malcolm Armstead helped and how a tough stretch in MVC play shaped the season. We wrap up with a look at the AfterShocks roster.

The Roundhouse inside shocker athletics with Paul Suellentrop
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Roundhouse podcast with Brooke Costley, Nick Bradford on Shocker basketball
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Wichita State women’s basketball assistant coaches Brooke Costley and Nick Bradford update fans on summer workouts, team building and bowling. We discuss Costley’s rise through NCAA Division II to Wichita State and her hobby as an artist. Bradford talks about his long friendship with coach Terry Nooner and how he learned to root for the Kansas City Chiefs and leave behind the Dallas Cowboys.