Tag Archive: Podcast

Jan 10

Scrogcast: Quitting at Cuesta and owning Hawaii

We use the second podcast in as many weeks to discuss a crazy basketball story from Cuesta College you have to hear to believe, Cal Poly’s surprising men’s basketball blowout victory over Hawaii and “The Carson Wack Show” at Arroyo Grande. Honolulu Star-Advertiser beat reporter Brian McInnis joins me for a segment on college basketball …

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Jan 11

Scrogcast: Cal Poly basketball, All-County football

Cal Poly point guard Jamal Johnson drives the lane against UC Irvine. Tribune photo by Laura Dickinson.

Since it’s been a while since we taped a show, this one is extra long and stuffed with great content from all over the sports landscape. Tribune preps reporter Nick Wilson joined me to provide a preview of the All-County high school football team and the Player of the Year story coming out this weekend. …

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Sep 05

Scrogcast: Meet Mr. Wilson and the Wisconsin duo

For the first Scrogcast of the season, I did a little reflecting on Cal Poly football’s 41-14 season-opening win and have a couple of special interview segments. I got Wisconsin transfers Jake Irwin and Cameron Ontko from the Mustangs’ football team talking about the big game in ’08 — when a certain person missed a …

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Sep 16

Scrogcast number two

We’re back with our second podcast, which former Tribune intern Pete DeYoung has called The Scrogcast. While I’m perfectly happy to go with that, can you think of something better? Let me know. And we’re happy to take suggestions on future topics. Topics for this week include: • A roundtable with Tribune interns Scott “Ski-Weezy” …

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Sep 08

Poddin’ with Scroggin

Tribune file photo

Trust me, this promises to be much better than Corndoggin’ with Scroggin. We’re still looking for a name, but The Tribune sports department is unleashing a brand new podcast. It’s a radio-style recording where you’ll hear us discuss Cal Poly athletics, local high school sports and more. It’s basically our office talk brought directly to …

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