Dang - you're getting pretty nifty at that Jon.
Last one took about a week. :wink:
haha right off the bat...he goes iowa state is hot and ready for big 10 play!!!! ahhhh Jon!! How dare you lol.
Thank you Jon:biggrin:
caught yourself the second time Jon
eh its understandable.. every1 makes mistakes.. i still think ur one of the few hawks that i can tolerate
Hey some people just like to complain sometimes and I love it too.
For the record I'm very thankful you post these things and do these interviews. At least we aren't listening to M&M talk about freaking horseracing or other random crap.
I also caught your talk about the future of Cyclone basketball (you even mentioned that you visit these sights on a daily basis). For a Hawkeye, you did a good job of telling us why we should feel good about the direction that Coach McD is taking us in. For a second you actually sounded like a Cyclone. Good job out of you!
can anyone summarize the interview for those of us who can't listen to it in its entirity?
Thanks for the podcast. I couldn't listen earlier.
I enjoyed the interview.
Jon - Is it a huge pain to make a podcast for y'all?
I'd probably listen to your show a lot more, or at least quite a few segments of your show if podcasts were available more often. That goes for most of the shows on KXNO.
Certainly not complaining. Thanks for the interview!
I can access shows from home, but uploading cuts to the website is something I cannot do from home. Otherwise I would do that sort of thing after everyone is bed.
This is the same for Hawk stuff too...but I should just make it a part of my daily routine the first thing when I come into the office.
But Greg McDermott is a man and coach that in 10 years, you will grateful to have, because he will have provided continuity, honor, tenure and stability to a position that has quite frankly lacked at least a little bit of all of those things since Johnny Orr left. The honor part might be going to far with Wayne, however.
Heck, i'd listen to the Hawk stuff too. I'd rather hear about them than listen to 3000 hours of Roger Clemens Radio.