Podcast on the Brink: Errek Suhr

What better way to preview Indiana’s match up against No. 25 Wisconsin than with former IU guard Errek Suhr?

Podcast On The Brink hosts Matt Dollinger and Greg Rosenstein speak with Suhr — a Bloomington native who played for the Hoosiers from 2003-2007 — about the game and what he has seen so far out of this season’s team. 

Suhr, who is temporarily filling in for Royce Waltman as Don Fischer’s color commentator, also discusses playing on the road in Madison, his most memorable game as a Hoosier and where Assembly Hall ranks for best arena atmospheres. 

So tune in and enjoy. As always feel free to drop us a note at podcastonthebrink@gmail.com. We will be back Friday to recap the Wisconsin game, so be sure to check back. 

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  • IUfanPurduePhD

    The Pepper Pot!

  • Anonymous

    My 2nd favorite player (behind DJ) when I was a student from 2003-2007. Loved that guy!

  • Lucas Vaal

    Same here! I had a shirt that said You’ve been Suhr’d! haha

  • Lucas Vaal

    Same here! I had a shirt that said You’ve been Suhr’d! haha

  • MPmike

    Don’t forget that Wisconsin is now beatable at home(Iowa & MSU loses). IU did not have a 4-game losing streak it was three.

  • http://www.twitter.com/GBuc12 BaseballBuc

    “We have a program right now that’s doing the right things, they’re going to class, they’re working hard, they’re staying out of trouble, and they’re getting better. And besides that that’s the only expectations I would have” 

    Love that. Chalk that up for the legend. 

  • http://www.twitter.com/GBuc12 BaseballBuc

    “We have a program right now that’s doing the right things, they’re going to class, they’re working hard, they’re staying out of trouble, and they’re getting better. And besides that that’s the only expectations I would have” 

    Love that. Chalk that up for the legend. 

  • Anonymous

    I loved the way Errek talked about being a fan because it was so accurate.

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