A podcast featuring the Big Ten womens basketball interviews, features, and highlights produced by Big Ten Network.
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Take Ten with Alex Roux: Megan GustafsonDuration: 45min | 01/08/2019
Reigning women's basketball National Player of the Year Megan Gustafson joined to discuss her time as a superstar at Iowa, her journey with the WNBA's Dallas Wings (including being cut and re-signed after being drafted) and adjusting to life as a professional athlete. (2:30-13:30). Then, BTN researcher Harold Shelton re-joined the show to resume his Stat Head segment with a summer college football update before the season gets underway.
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Adi KunalicDuration: 47min | 25/07/2019
Former Nebraska kicker Adi Kunalic and founder/president of Opendorse - an athlete marketing platform - joined the show to discuss the path that led him to becoming the first Bosnian player in the NFL and a successful entrepreneur following his football career.
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Lisa ByingtonDuration: 01h01min | 19/06/2019
BTN and FOX announcer Lisa Byington joined to discuss her role calling play-by-play for the FIFA Women's World Cup and her career path that led to the prestigious nod. Topics include calling games from a remote studio in Los Angeles, the challenges of prep work and name pronunciations across different countries and what makes the event so special. (2:15-31:30) Then, producer Colleen Degnan joined for her #CollForTheCulture segment to chat about the intersections of sports, pop culture and entertainment. Topics include dos and don'ts of summertime, best MLB ballparks and sports to watch with the NBA and NHL in the rear-view mirror. (32:00-end)
The B1G Basketball Podcast: Episode 31Duration: 26min | 04/03/2019
BTN basketball analyst Andy Katz talks about the benefits of a 20-game conference schedule and teams getting selected to the NCAA Tournament. Illinois head coach Brad Underwood joins Andy to discuss topics ranging from withstanding slumps to the play of Giorgi Bezhanishvili. Wisconsin's Ethan Happ wraps the podcast by discussing his last game at the Kohl Center and reflecting on some special memories.