POTB 080: Tom Coverdale

  • 07/15/2015 7:57 am in

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. The show is available each Wednesday during the offseason. You can access a full archive of episodes here.

In this week’s edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by former IU guard Tom Coverdale and the trio discusses a variety of topics, including:

· His Indiana career and whether it turned out how he expected when he originally signed with the Hoosiers
· The differences between Bob Knight and Mike Davis
· Indiana’s run through the 2002 NCAA tournament
· The recent Indiana basketball reunion that took place in Bloomington
· Why the once-promising 2002-2003 season ended in disappointment
· A memorable Knight story that he’s never shared before

And plenty more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at jerod@assemblycall.com.

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(Photo credit: @IndianaMBB on Twitter)

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  • Guyton25

    That was a treat

  • Gregory J. Haggard

    Loved this, he was always one of my favorite players.

  • IU22

    This is awesome! Thanks for getting it done.

  • sarge

    This man is in the dictionary under Hoosier. Great shooter, great IQ and was one of the most determined and fiery players to ever wear the candy stripes. I loved this guy as a player but he is obviously very smart and humble off the court too. I watched this team’s tournament games last week and it was just as amazing. Duke, Kent State and Oklahoma were all great teams and the Hoosiers really showed their they were an all time great Indiana squad in that run of games. It really is a shame that so many IU seasons were influenced by injury, but Tom showed his toughness in leading them to the title game.

  • WhatsUpKnight2.0

    love this guy, an absolutely fearless player. deceptively quick, could get in the paint and also kill you with the 3 ball. talked to him briefly a few years back at stony creek golf course in noblesville (when i jumped in the wrong golf cart), couldn’t be a nicer guy. definitely one of my favorite hoosiers all time

  • vanpastorman

    I still can’t stand seeing Steve Blake play in the NBA. Stinkin Maryland. Now they are in the B1G. For cryin out loud.

  • Fifty-fifty ball

    FANTASTIC INTERVIEW!!! Thanks from 2001 grad.