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Kyle Tucker of The Athletic and Dan Rieffer of Fox 56 in Lexington bring you a daily podcast on the University of Kentucky Wildcats. If it is a big deal to the Big Blue Nation, we'll talk about it on Locked On Kentucky. Consistent, connected, concise with a dash a comedy, make the Locked On Kentucky podcast part of your daily routine. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
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It may be early, but glance at the leaderboard for pass breakups in the Big Ten and you’ll see Northwestern cornerback A.J. Hampton at the very top. The Arkansas native joined Dave Eanet and Dan Persa to talk about the family bond in Evanston that exists not just in the defensive secondary but throughout the entire roster. Dave and Dan also chat wi…
 
Northwestern was able to get back into the win column after taking care of business against the Sycamores of Indiana State. NU play-by-play-announcer Dave Eanet, and former Wildcats quarterback, Dan Persa, take a look ahead to this week’s game where Northwestern heads to Durham, N.C. for their first road game of the season against Duke. Dave and Da…
 
When the Northwestern Wildcats take the field against Indiana State tomorrow, it will be 20 years since the September 11th attacks on the Twins Towers in New York. Northwestern plans to honor local heroes during the game. Coach Pat Fitzgerald shares his memories of September 11th, 2001, and talks about why it’s so important to remember those we los…
 
The Northwestern Wildcats struggled in the first game of the season when they lost to Michigan State 38-21. Northwestern’s play-by-play voice, Dave Eanet, and former Wildcat quarterback, Dan Persa, breakdown what went wrong against the conference rival. Former kicker, and the all-time leading point scorer in NU history, Jeff Budzien, shared his tho…
 
Winning last year’s Big Ten West division was somewhat bittersweet for the Northwestern’s fan base. Sure it was their second such title in three years. But due to the pandemic, fans were not allowed to attend Big Ten games last year. That won’t be the case Friday night when Northwestern hosts big ten rival Michigan State to kickoff the 2021 season.…
 
After a lengthy delay, Dave Eanet and Dan Persa are back at it and getting you ready for the college football season. Northwestern has won two of the last three Big Ten West division championships. The guys share their thoughts on what NU needs to do to add to that number. Dave and Dan talk to Matt Fortuna, who covers college football for The Athle…
 
Dr. Derrick Gragg has spent most of his lifetime in athletics. A former football letter-winner at Vanderbilt, he earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University, then his doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Arkansas. Gragg joined the Arkansas athletic department in 2000 as an associate d…
 
The Villanova Wildcats' season came to an end in the Sweet 16. They gave the top-seeded Baylor Bears a hard fight for most of the game, until a game-changing run by the Bears ended up sealing the 'Cats fate. It's a bittersweet end. On one hand, Villanova got to reach the Sweet 16 -- reaching further than most thought it would -- on the other, the W…
 
The Villanova Wildcats are Sweet 16 bound! We recap the wild weekend in the NCAA Tournament, with Villanova beating Winthrop and North Texas, and a few of the other notable upsets and shockers in other areas of the bracket. We're also joined by DraftKings Head of Sportsbook Johnny Avello to discuss Villanova's odds to win it all in the NCAA Tournam…
 
We take a look at the Villanova Wildcats first weekend path in the NCAA Tournament, starting off with the Winthrop Eagles. Hear Jay Wright's thoughts on Winthrop and who they remind him of. The winner gets to take on the massive Purdue Boilermakers frontcourt or the well-dressed North Texas Mean Green. After previewing potential opponents, we discu…
 
It was a tough time at the Big East Tournament for the Villanova Wildcats, who were bounced out of the quarterfinals by rival and eventual champion Georgetown. While it was a rough loss, the positive is that the season is not over yet and there's a chance to make one last stand in the NCAA Tournament. The even bigger takeaway was Justin Moore's sur…
 
The Villanova Wildcats already had the Big East regular season title in the bag, as well as the No. 1 seed in the 2021 Big East Tournament, so Saturday's game was more of a test run to see how the 'Cats would do post-Collin Gillespie injury. Things went from bad to worse, as Justin Moore went down with an ankle injury, and he is now listed as doubt…
 
The Villanova Wildcats got their revenge win over the Creighton Bluejays on Wednesday night. It was a Senior Night victory, one that secured the No. 1 seed at the Big East Tournament and another regular season conference title, but it came at a steep price. Senior point guard Collin Gillespie sustained a serious knee injury and is due for a MRI on …
 
The Villanova Wildcats took a tough loss to the Butler Bulldogs on Sunday, falling victim to Hinkle Magic once again. It's the fourth time the 'Cats have fallen at Hinkle Fieldhouse in five years. Villanova went cold from long range, and struggled to contain a Butler team that was missing a couple of key players. Now, it'll look to regroup against …
 
The Villanova Wildcats enjoyed a dominant wire-to-wire win over the St. John's Red Storm. The 'Cats got a bit of revenge, making up for an earlier loss. They set the tone from opening tip and excelled on both ends of the court, and got complete contributions with deeper bench guys like Bryan Antoine and Trey Patterson making an appearance. Collin G…
 
After a defensive nightmare against Creighton, the Villanova Wildcats regrouped during their week off between games and put together their best defensive performance of the season in their win against the UConn Huskies. The shots didn't fall, but the Wildcats were able to buckle down defensively, especially in the second half, where they put the cl…
 
The Villanova Wildcats are preparing for their first showdown with the UConn Huskies, since they first rejoined the conference. UConn's top player James Bouknight got cleared in time for Saturday's game and looked just fine in his first game back from an injury, scoring 18 points off the bench in a win over Providence. How will his return boost the…
 
The Villanova Wildcats dominated the Marquette Golden Eagles, but stumbled and fell to the Creighton Bluejays over the weekend. After looking like a well-oiled machine against Marquette, what went wrong against Creighton? Is this another example of a temporary February slump, or is there deeper cause for concern? With a couple of days to digest the…
 
Jermaine Samuels went off against the Georgetown Hoyas, posting a career-high 32 points in the Villanova Wildcats' win on Sunday. The Wildcats got back on track with the win over the Hoyas and now they will turn their attention to the Marquette Golden Eagles and Creighton Bluejays. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoice…
 
The Myrtle Beach story, the buzzing fax machine (hey, this was 1997!), the movie shoot (wait, what?), the games against soon-to-be NBA and NFL players -- it's all here in the bonus episode of 1-2-3 Wildcats. Thanks to everyone for sticking with us since launch in November. And make sure you stick around to the end, for more BFitz wizardry. The part…
 
This is it, the state championship game on March 22, 1997. Hickory had championship pedigree and championship experience. East Chapel Hill had ... what exactly? A great first season, no doubt, along with chemistry, talent, belief in each other and in the words of coach Ray Hartsfield. Still, they were the underdog, an angle Hartsfield hammered home…
 
The Villanova Wildcats took their first loss in Big East play on Wednesday night. They struggled with turnovers and a poor shooting night against a suffocating St. John's Red Storm defensive effort and their "40 Minutes of Hell" mentality. What went wrong? How can the Wildcats regroup? Is there reason to panic? After another round of scheduling mus…
 
The Villanova Wildcats have extended their winning streak to nine games, after completing the sweep of the Seton Hall Pirates. Now, the Wildcats are gearing up for their meeting with the St. John's Red Storm, who are heating up after picking up their fourth-straight win in a close one over Marquette. We recap the Seton Hall game, preview the Johnni…
 
Pat Fitzgerald sealed his legendary status in Evanston when he earned All-American honors as the star middle linebacker for a Northwestern team that played in the Rose Bowl for the first time in almost half a century. Fast-forward 25 years, and Fitzgerald is an icon on campus for brand new reasons. Having coached the team for a decade-and-a-half, F…
 
With the game against the UConn Huskies postponed, the Villanova Wildcats turn their attention towards a rematch with the Seton Hall Pirates on Saturday. It was a close one the last time out, what's in store for Round 2? Also, Big East commissioner Val Ackerman received a contract extension through 2024. Head coach Jay Wright provides a few snippet…
 
The Villanova Wildcats won in classic Villanova fashion -- a second half surge. The Wildcats beat the Providence Friars and a sun delay for a 71-56 win over the weekend. We discuss some takeaways and thoughts on the game. We also take a look at the polls, and celebrate Collin Gillespie's journey (again) from a not-so-heralded recruit nationally to …
 
The Villanova Wildcats had some rust to shake off on Tuesday night, but they managed and survived a close one against the Seton Hall Pirates to remain undefeated in Big East play. Collin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels dialed up some big performances, and Brandon Slater and Cole Swider stepped up in the starting five. Now, the 'Cats turn their atten…
 
The day is finally here! After back-to-back COVID-related pauses, the Villanova Wildcats are returning to the court with a clean bill of health and a game against the Seton Hall Pirates. It'll be Villanova's first game in nearly a month--since it last beat Marquette on Dec. 23. The Wildcats had a few injuries during the pause, but is expected to ha…
 
The Villanova Wildcats were dealt another tough bit of news. After undergoing a COVID-related shutdown shortly after the Marquette game, the Wildcats returned for practice on Sunday, only to be back on hiatus less than 24 hours later, after two players tested positive for the coronavirus. Head coach Jay Wright shared some thoughts and insight on th…
 
Hickory High School's basketball team had good reason to be confident heading into the 1997 state championship game against East Chapel Hill. The Red Tornadoes had experience, talent and championship appearances on their side. Eight players were part of the 16-0 football team that rolled to the 3A title just a few months earlier, and Hickory felt i…
 
Is there another East Chapel Hill out there? Well, not that we could find. The research can't be classified as exhaustive, but it was exhausting (not a stretch). Most new schools have nowhere near the success East Chapel Hill had in its first season of boys basketball. In fact, it can take years to build a strong program. That first championship se…
 
East Chapel Hill played in many tight games in 1996-97. Their first four wins were close, and so were just about all their postseason victories. They survived a six-overtime game that clinched the conference title, overcame a deficit in the first playoff game in school history, and then found ways to eke out wins when they played on a neutral court…
 
After the game against Virginia was cancelled, the Villanova Wildcats were able to bring back Big 5 foe St. Joe's onto the schedule. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl led a strong, balanced, all-around effort by the 'Cats, as Villanova won by 20 points. Maybe his facemask is filled with good luck? Now, the Wildcats are refocusing back on Big East play, as the…
 
Villanova Wildcats head coach Jay Wright picked up his 600th win on Wednesday night against the Butler Bulldogs. Villanova tempered the flames from a hot Butler start, took the lead, and eventually pulled away late to win 85-66 in the Wildcats' home opener. Before and after the game, Wright was pretty low-key about his milestone achievement and his…
 
Chris Hobbs was an immediate starter at East Chapel Hill, taking the court as the Wildcats’ center before he turned 15 years old. People remember his size, strength, footwork and soft touch on the court. They also remember him being approachable, a guy who was friends with everyone. Teammates, coaches and others reflect on the life of Chris Hobbs: …
 
The Comeback 'Cats were at it in their Big East opener, as the Villanova Wildcats used a couple of massive runs in the second half to overcome a big deficit against their rival Georgetown Hoyas. Villanova heated up from long range, then clamped down on the defensive end to go ahead and ultimately win, 76-63. With the DePaul Blue Demons undergoing a…
 
The Villanova Wildcats begin conference play with a showdown against the Georgetown Hoyas. We take a look at the Wildcats' rivals, who enter Friday 2-2. There are also some more scheduling changes and potentially more matchups on the horizon. Aside from the scheduling scramble, we discuss Coach K's latest comments, and Jay Wright opens up about he …
 
“We played together almost every day of the year,” Brad Woolley says of the era when he and teammates Paul Kindem and Brian FitzGerald developed the bonds that made those three the nucleus of the first team at East Chapel Hill. Different players for sure, but all effective. Take a trip back, a Carolina Flashback if you will, to the days of beepers,…
 
V's up, horns down! The Villanova Wildcats picked up a big 68-64 win over the Texas Longhorns in a contest between two top 25 ranked teams. We discuss some takeaways and standouts, as well as go through a crowded mailbag, where we discuss Jay Wright's hypothetical cowboy hat, early report card grades, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
After an extended stay in Mohegan Sun, the Villanova Wildcats will finally say good bye to Bubbleville. Before leaving, they managed to pick up a lopsided win over the Hartford Hawks. While they were heavy favorites to emerge victorious, there were plenty of positives from the game -- from the bench production to the balanced scoring. Now, they'll …
 
Point guard Andy Jones could find teammates for baskets even when they didn’t know they were open. His precision passing was a key factor in East Chapel Hill’s success, along with quick hands on defense and calm under pressure. He might not have been known as a shooter, but when it came time to take a big shot, Jones didn’t shy away. Note, we have …
 
Apologies! Some technical issues caused by the recording device affected the final audio, so as a way to protect your ears from static and blown out audio, the best compromise was to make it sound like AM radio...which you'll see what we mean. This episode focuses on the Villanova Wildcats' season-opening early-season tournament win at the 2K Empir…
 
For the first time in eight months, college basketball is back! Wednesday marks opening day for the 2020-21 season. The Villanova Wildcats open up things with the Boston College Eagles, a rematch of the 2006 Sweet 16. Afterwards, the Wildcats will take on the Arizona State Sun Devils or the Rhode Island Rams. The Baylor Bears had to drop out of the…
 
Ray Hartsfield knew he wanted to be a coach. He learned from respected mentors at Chicago’s Harlan High School and then set off on his own, first as a football player at Prairie View A&M and later as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps. Hartsfield’s background helped to form his style; he also grew as a coach along the way. The bear and the elephant …
 
Saddiq Bey is headed for Detroit, after the Pistons picked him up with the 19th overall pick of the 2020 NBA Draft. We take a moment to congratulate the Villanova Wildcats standout. With Villanova players taken in four straight years, is it time for the world to stop sleeping on Jay Wright's ability to send players to the NBA? (Yes.) We also wrap u…
 
In driveways, youth leagues and pickup games, the players who would form the first team at East Chapel Hill bonded for years before the new high school opened in 1996. That year marked the start of a rivalry with Chapel Hill High, giving residents of a basketball-focused town more teams to talk about. Here's your chance to get caught up if you miss…
 
Normally we'd have an episode devoted to non-conference and then another for Big East play, but with the shortened season, we decided to preview all of Villanova's non-conference games and a couple of Big East teams. We'll hit the rest of the Big East teams on Thursday. Before we dive into the 2020-21 schedule, the NCAA announced that it will be bu…
 
Chris Lane joins the State of the Nova Nation's Season 6 Premiere, where we discuss the team's high ceiling, preseason buzz, take a look at some Villanova Wildcats coming off of redshirt years. We also attempt to begin to piece together what the potential rotation looks like. It's a close to impossible task to truly project the rotation with the ab…
 
An improbable, unprecedented high school basketball season had humble beginnings in 1996. East Chapel Hill High’s boys basketball team lost its first game. Playing a roster with no seniors, in a gym with bleachers on only one side of the court, the Wildcats were not expected to have much success as a first-year program. Then, even when they started…
 
123 Wildcats preview episode: A new high school opened in Chapel Hill, N.C., in August 1996. With 630 students, three grades and no tradition, expectations for success in athletics were tempered. The gym had bleachers on just one side of the court, and on that court, the boys basketball team lost its first game. But their coach knew they were not j…
 
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