November 19, 2020. Hour 1: Ty-Shon Alexander goes undrafted, Frost on RB's & offense continuity & Sam McKewon &
The Nick Handley Show
On the first hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick and producer TJ talk about last night's NBA Draft and Creighton's Ty-Shon Alexander landing with the Suns but not getting drafted. Next, we hear Frost audio and the guys try to think of practice names for each day as tomorrow is Fast Friday for Husker football. Then we talk more Huskers with Sam McKewon of the Omaha World Herald.
Ty-Shon Alexander and Immanuel Quickley are gone, and a mid-major player draft
College Basketball Talk on NBC Sports Podcast
Rob Dauster and Bobby Reagan are back to talk through anything and everything you need to know about in the world of college hoops. After working through the beers they're drinking, the shows they are binging and the ways they are trying to survive quarantine life, Rob and Bob talk through Ty-Shon Alexander and Immanuel Quickley declaring for the NBA draft and Ziaire Williams committing to Stanford. The pod closes with Mock Draft SZN: Mid-Major players. Let's go!
#TWITBE Ep. 5.3 – Guests: Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard, Creighton sophomore guard Ty-Shon Alexander and Xavier radio analyst Byron Larkin
This Week in the BIG EAST - Weekly Overview of NCAA College Basketball's Top Conference
Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard is in the #TWITBE BIG EAST Spotlight this week as hosts John Rooke and Kevin McNamara get his take on the difficult task of balancing the development of young players with winning in the BIG EAST. The Pirates have some notable non-conference wins this season over No. 9 Kentucky and on the road at Maryland, while retooling their previously veteran-heavy roster. Guard play is the topic this week for the BIG EAST Focus and National Perspective. The Focus narrows in on Creighton sophomore guard Ty-Shon Alexander and Xavier radio analyst Byron Larkin, the Musketeers’ all-time leading scorer, gives the National Perspective. Alexander, one of the top young guards in the league, talks about his transition from high school to college and the adjustment from freshman to sophomore year. Larkin, who compares himself to Butler’s Kamar Baldwin, breaks down the play of the dominant young backcourt players around the league and also gives his birds eye view of the conference overall.