The game was originally slated to air on ESPN2, but has been moved to the main network channel (that would be ESPN), with Dave Pasch and legendary coach Bob Knight set to call the game. It should be a great atmosphere at The Phonebooth that night as students are back in town for the first day.
The Hoyas are back on the air again on Saturday, hosting West Virginia downtown. It's an 11 a.m. tip, so set your clocks and get their early. Sean McDonough and Doris Burke are on the call for the game.
It's nice to get a chance to take a breather over these next couple of days, but we're back at it again this weekend. Hope to see you all there on Saturday and Wednesday....
Well it's not really an island blog since we're in the Miami airport waiting for our connection to BWI. Also, I am well aware that I skipped Day 5, but there really wasn't much to say except a tough game and a lot of film sessions, shoot around, etc. So now let's get to the good stuff,WE BEAT NO. 4 TENNESSEE!
Repetition and consistency are always an important part of training. Every team shoots shot after shot and runs drill after drill to make it perfect. This consistency carries over to a team preparing for a game, trying to keep everything the same so there are no surprises and everyone is in their optimal playing mindset.
Some of us in the sports information office may not be in Paradise, but for me and members of the women's soccer team, Columbus, Ohio on Thanksgiving Day may as well be Shangri-La.