Inside the Hall Podcast: December 2

  • 12/02/2010 7:24 am in

Zach Osterman returns for his third installment of the Inside the Hall Podcast and joining him is former Herald-Times sports editor Chris Korman, now of The Baltimore Sun, to talk about this year’s version of the Hoosiers, the NCAA and Guy-Marc Michel and how the football coaching search relates to the basketball program.

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  • Anonymous

    I love the addition of podcasts this year. As someone staunchly opposed to all things Apple, is there a link to the feed for other players/programs? I have a microsoft zune if that helps.

  • I would suggest clicking on the direct link to listen and then saving the file.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, that works. I was just hoping there would be a subscribable option. Oh well.

  • Nothing beyond iTunes, at this point. It’s something we can explore, but I offer no guarantees.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll second the Zune option if that helps!

  • People still use the Zune? I’m not trying to be sarcastic either.

  • I know the Zune is kind of a punchline now (like BetaMax or LaserDisc), but I have one. And I love it.

  • Also, more people will be using Zune software as Windows Phone 7 expands (it’s gotten great reviews).

  • Anonymous

    It’s actually a great product. The software, in my opinion, is way better than itunes and the Zune Pass is fantastic ($15/mo. gets you unlimited downloads). Plus, the Windows Phone will make it a lot more prevelant.

  • HoosierDavey

    I have seen many on here and other blogs saying “no chance” of Chandler to IU. Academic issues, backed out of two verbal commitments…not what we are looking for. I like the idea of giving Danny Moore a one year scholarship for his senior year.

  • I use a Zune too. In fact I just replaced my original 30 with a New 64 HD. They are great, and I would love to see the podcast available from the zune marketplace. You guys are great. Keep up the great work!

  • BaseballBuc

    You can tell how intelligent Chris Korman is, too bad he’s not covering the cream and crimson anymore.