J.J. Kukura just finished his career at Mount Union. Nate Axelrod won the Jostens Trophy as the nation’s most outstanding Div. III player in his final season at Ohio Wesleyan. They joined Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on their accomplishments, their advice for young players and what’s next.
Massillon Jackson coach Tim Debevec joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on his team’s Sweet 16 season, the Federal League, maintaining high expectations and opportunities ahead for the young players in the Jackson program.
Ken Rector and Zac Jackson discuss the end of the 2017-18 season at the high school and college levels. They’re then joined by Nick Sales, assistant coach at Marietta College and former player under Rector, for a discussion on the state of college basketball, basketball across Ohio, where the game is headed and more.
Duquesne University assistant coach Terry Weigand talks with Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about his career, last year’s change of scenery, what he sees from today’s high school players and more.
Shaker Heights Coach Danny Young joins Zac Jackson and Ken Rector for a discussion on his team’s Sweet 16 appearance, the pursuit of a state title, social media, his day job and more.
Corrected version: T.J. Peatross of NEOhioSpotlight.com joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on the top players and teams still in the district tournaments, the path to Columbus and which upsets might lie ahead.
T.J. Peatross of NEOhioSpotlight.com joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson as they break down the Northeast Ohio district tournaments, make their upset picks and plot the road to Columbus.
Mogadore Coach Russ Swartz joins Ken Rector and Zac Jackson for a discussion on his coaching career, basketball at a football school and his team’s chances of making a run in March.
Longtime Brunswick coach Joe Mackey talks to Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about his philosophies, his longevity and the upcoming state tournament.
Coventry Coach Mike DiFalco talks with Ken Rector and Zac Jackson about his second season, cultivating a program and how his players have improved.