Marshall University Assistant Athletic Director for Development Teddy Kluemper joins Paul Swann for an update on upcoming events for the Thundering Herd, plus a look at the recent USA Today NCAA revenue report. Plus Swann takes a look at the teams that the AP thinks are ones to watch in the G5. Marshall makes the list, as well as several opponents.
Those stories and much more on the August 15 edition of The Drive with Paul Swann.
Paul Swann welcomes Marshall alum and huge NASCAR fan Steve Chapman to talk about an event that celebrates the 55th anniversary of Richard Petty’s Mountaineer 500 victory at Ona Speedway, headlined by a 1964 Richard Petty Replica Car built by retired Master Gunnery Sergeant Raymond Mrosewske. Swann and Chapman speak with Mrosewske about his car, Plus David Kahn from the West Virginia Power.
Former Marshall women’s basketball player Shayna Gore signed to play professional basketball with Unicaja Baloncesto in Malaga, Spain. Gore joins Pau Swann to talk about the next step she’s taking in her basketball career. Plus more watch list honors for Marshall.
Marshall University released the 2019-20 women's basketball schedule, head coach Tony Kemper joins Paul Swann to talk about it, plus David Kahn from the West Virginia Power joins the program for his weekly visit.
C-USA women’s basketball will adopt a similar scheduling strategy being used in the league for men’s basketball, with the final four games of the regular season being determined based on the conference standings and travel considerations. Paul Swann doesn’t like it, he tells you why.
UConn will pay the AAC a total of $17 million by 2026 to leave for the Big East, Boise State will get an additional $1.8 million per year for staying in the Mountain West, plus Brent Stockstill is back in C-USA, and Marshall gets a football commitment. It's all on The Drive with Paul Swann.
Today on the show, Paul Swann speaks with former Marshall guard Jon Elmore, he signed with Pallacanestro Triste of Legatos Basket Series A in Triste, Italy today. Plus David Kahn from the West Virginia Power.