AJ Moye | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball | Bob Knight | Sports Academy
19Nine | Hardwood History | College Basketball
Welcome to the 19Nine Podcast. I am Aaron Meyer the host of today’s show co-host duties fall to Josh Barnett co-owner and co-founder of 19Nine. Our guest today, AJ Moye was part of Bobby Knight’s final recruiting class at Indiana and became a pivotal piece in the program’s team that in 2002 won the Big Ten championship and made an NCAA national title appearance. After college, Moye played seven seasons of professional basketball in the U.S. and around the world+Tell us your basketball origin story. -How did you fall in love with the game?( Ask about Kobe stories and being a master trainer)-Any Playground Basketball Stories-What’s it like being recruited by Bob Knight?-Why did you end up choosing Indiana and was there anywhere else that you really considered going?+Indiana 2002-His recollections of the Winning the Big Ten Championship and the amazing Tournament run. -What people also get wrong about what it was like to be coached by Bob Knight.-We have to ask about the block and what it meant to beat that Duke team. -What was the major differences between playing for Bob Knight and Mike Davis. -Who's Winning a game of one on one between you and Jared Jeffries. Do you have any good stories about Dane Fife? +Indiana Career-With Mugsy Bogues, the Author of Dunbar Boys said he was able to dominate a game with his leadership. Do you feel you had the ability to take over the game with leadership? +Quick Hitters to Wrap UpCoolest arena you played in besides Assembly Hall? Craziest opposing fans?Team your Hoosiers liked least to play?Most impressive opponent? (a specific player who impressed)One word to describe Big Ten basketball in the early 2000’s?19nine | Celebrating Hardwood History 19nine knows college basketball. Officially Licensed proud to partner with the leading universities.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Charlie Miller | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball | Bob Knight | ATTACK Basketball Academy
19Nine | Hardwood History | College Basketball
Welcome to the 19Nine Podcast. I am Aaron Meyer the host of today’s show. Our guest today is Charlie Miller. Charlie was a McDonald’s All-American. He was also selected as the Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida for outstanding athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement, and exemplary personal character demonstrated within and beyond competitive athletics. Charlie was highly recruited by numerous Division I colleges and accepted a full scholarship to Indiana University At IU under legendary Coach Robert Montgomery Knight. Charlie played all 4 years and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Studies. While in college, Charlie was chosen to represent the United States in basketball at the Junior Olympics in Athens, Greece in the summer of 1995. Charlie enjoyed a 6-year professional basketball career playing across Europe and the United States. He is the founder and owner of ATTACK Basketball Academy, a year-round basketball program geared towards developing youth in the game of basketball and in life. Charlie also travels as a Head Clinician with Breakthrough Basketball, an organization that is known as a leader in basketball camps, on-line resources, and products worldwide. Charlie currently lives in Carrollton, TX with his beautiful wife and business partner, Meredith. He has 4 children: Mekalyn (22), Cameryn (19), Olivia (8), and Aiden (4).Charlie Miller Coaching Helphttps://attackbball.comCharlie Miller Twitterhttps://twitter.com/attackbball19nine | Celebrating Hardwood History 19nine knows college basketball. Officially Licensed proud to partner with the leading universities.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
POTB 367: Dr. Steve Green on playing for Bob Knight, the Mike Woodson hire at IU and more
Podcast on the Brink
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is currently available weekly.On this episode, Bozich is joined by Dr. Steve Green to discuss his career at Indiana under Bob Knight, the program's struggles over the last 20 years, the hiring of Mike Woodson and much more.
Does Ohio State need to commit to one quarterback by opening day, and the Woody Hayes-Bob Knight comparison
Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Ohio State's quarterback competition resumes at a new level this week when the Buckeyes officially begin spring drills on Friday. On today's Buckeye Talk we essentially asked what sort of deadline Ryan Day must work with in making biggest decision of his tenure so far. If August comes and two contenders remain neck-and-neck, should OSU find a way for both of them to play to start the season?Also, we were already planning to discuss the similarities between a previous era of Ohio State football and Indiana basketball. Then IU fired Archie Miller while we were recording. Why the Hoosiers need to hire their Jim Tressel, and why that program's plummet reminds us how the timing worked out perfectly in OSU's last three football hires.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Seb and Verity chat to drummer, MD and fixer, Bob Knight. Bob selflessly takes time out from homeschooling to escape - sorry travel - to his studio for their Zoom convo.Bob has great stories and anecdotes about some of the legions of musicians he’s worked with over the years.....from having his Cajón blessed by Nicole Scherzinger, to standing in his pants with Sting via a joyous stint as MD on the Charlotte Church Show.They ask Bob about working with his hero, James Taylor (not to be confused with the James Taylor Quartet....who he’s also worked with!) and the combination of excitement and nerves this created. He talks about starting out as a fixer, which involved disposable camera theft and a handmade scrapbook of artists. Bob has excellent advice for anyone starting out in this field as well as an insight into the perils of large scale fixing for megastars’ world tours - nerves of steel required!SUPPORT THREE IN A BAR ON PATREONThis Show is purely funded by our patrons. Join our Members’ Club for a bonus podcast feed plus many more rewards.Click here: https://www.patreon.com/threeinabarMEZZO PIANO PATRONSLeonie HirstAnita PhilpottLinksBob’s website: https://bobknightdrums.com/Bob’s fixing website: https://bekmusic.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyfameTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/bobknight1 Click here to join the Members' Club on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bob Knight's Demise and The NCAA Coaching Carousel: "Roll With the Changes"
Take A 20
The votes have been counted, and it’s another winning episode of Take A 20! In keeping with the election theme, we dissect the demise of a controversial leader, Bob Knight, who was ousted as Indiana University’s head basketball coach in 2000. A lot went right, and a whole lot went wrong during Coach Knight’s incendiary time at the top. Top sports agent and Indiana native, Todd Sermersheim, sheds light on the Bob Knight experience from all angles, and we also pay tribute to one of the best guys that sports has given us, Travis Roy, who recently passed away at the age of 45. Plus, REO Speedwagon meets Styx in 2000 – and awesomeness ensues.
Steve Alford on his time at Indiana, Bob Knight and the time he was kicked off the team bus
House Of Hoosier with A.J. Guyton
A.J. Guyton brought on Indiana legend, one of the GOATs of IU basketball, for the inaugural House of Hoosier podcast, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a more entertaining conversation about what it was like to be a star in the Hoosier hey day. They discuss dealing with the stardom, what it mean to them playing for Coach Knight and share some of the best stories that you'll hear about Indiana basketball. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US