Inside TBT Episode 18: Jon Elmore (Herd That) & Chris Lofton (Ballinteers) preview 2021 squads
With only nine weeks to go until TBT 2021, new roster additions are breaking by the second. We're joined first by Jon Elmore, who tells us exactly what to expect from Herd That this summer, responds to an unprovoked attack from Best Virginia, and rips off his shirt in anticipation of TBT 2021 (13:12-34:20). Next up is Ballinteers guard Chris Lofton, who talks about suiting up with his fellow Tennessee alumni for the first time, what he's spending the $1 million on, and calls out some fellow Volunteers he wants to see join the squad. (34:20-50:00).
Theater In College Hoops (Ep. 95)- Interview With SEC POY Chris Lofton, Jim Christian Fired & Jalen Johnson Opts Out
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BIG episode today as the TICH boys interview the 2007 SEC Player Of The Year and one of the greatest college hoopers ever, Chris Lofton. We talk everything from his recruiting, to his overseas career to his victorious battle with cancer. We also talk about Jim Christian getting fired and The Shark is finally liberated. For some reason he wants Bobby Hurley in Chestnut Hill though. Very odd. Then we discuss Jalen Johnson opting out and how the media has responded. As usual we finish it off with Hugs.
Chris Lofton joins Dane Bradshaw for the inaugural episode of Big Vol'n!
Big Vol'n with Dane Bradshaw
Dane Bradshaw played at Tennessee from 2003-07 and has been working for ESPN since 2014. He has partnered with The Field of 68 to host “Big Vol’n,” a podcast devoted to Vols basketball. His first guest on the podcast? The one and only Chris Lofton. 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
Episode 22 features Mason County Royal and Tennessee Volunteer, Chris Lofton. Chris is one of the most decorated basketball players to come out of Kentucky in the last 25 years. In his time at Mason County, he played on three regional championship teams; was a state champion, a state runner-up and Mr. Basketball in 2004. After high school, he went on to play at The University of Tennessee, where we was a two time All-American, SEC Player of the Year, as well as playing in three NCAA Tournaments. Since college, he has had a successful professional career overseas, including winning a championship in France. On top of being an outstanding basketball player, Chris is a very humble person. Give it a listen!
Chris Lofton played at Tennessee from 2004-2008 under head coaches Buzz Peterson and Bruce Pearl. Lofton was Mr. Basketball in the state of Kentucky his senior year and was recruited my Peterson to Tennessee. Lofton has the best 3 point percentage in Tennessee history. In the ’07-’08 Lofton led the SEC in scoring with 20.8 points per game and was named SEC Player of the Year. Lofton has played professional basketball all around the world since graduating from the University of Tennessee in 2008.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/volunteerroadshowtn/message
Episode 3 of the KBC Hoops Podcast features one of the most prolific shooters of this generation. In this episode, Chris Lofton shares his side of the story and gives details that even his closest friends and family may never have heard before. Chris takes us along his journey and opens up about the toughest opponent of his life and how former Tennessee head coach, Bruce Pearl protected his secret. We also discover a strange phone call from Kentucky head coach, Tubby Smith during Chris' senior year of high school and we find out that Rick Pitino and Louisville did offer a scholarship.Be sure to download the APEX SPORTS APP to watch the full episode on the KBC Hoops Podcast Channel. (https://www.apexsportsnetwork.com)Check out our website for more episodes and KBC Hoops news and updates. (https://wwww.kbchoops.com)
Finding and Developing Coding Talent in the Heart of Texas with Chris Lofton
Learning a new skill to start a new career path can seem terrifying, especially when its to get into coding. Finding a class that fits your busy schedule can also seem impossible. Austin Coding Academy combines flexibility and affordability for anyone looking to change their life with coding. CEO of Austin Coding Academy Chris Lofton told us that "ACA is really about hope. It's about the hope that you're not stuck in the situation you're in that if you work hard, you can change your life and we're looking for people who have this desire and drive and can hold themselves accountable to the homework schedule and do all the work we ask them to do." Chris sat down with us and talked about how coding talent in Austin is some of the best in the world and why big businesses want to come here.