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RE: Where are they now - post playing career
Johnson was a really good player. Washington was a good player.
 
06-01-2021 04:38 PM
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It was Performance Toyota
 
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RE: Where are they now - post playing career
(05-29-2021 07:20 AM)Mike In Clifton Wrote:  
(05-29-2021 12:13 AM)ZCat Wrote:  For whatever reason, it seems like I don’t hear a lot about what the players end up doing. How did their college education (Many of them criminal justice degrees), Contacts, discipline from playing a D-1 sport prepare them.

Did they just get used by the system?

Did they take advantage of the opportunities given to them?

Rath said in Alabama the former players have jobs everywhere. I’d like to support them / give them business when possible if they’re out in the community.

Alex Meacham has had a bunch of guys on his podcast. Here is a quick list of guys that have been on since last Sept -
Cashmere Wright, Kenny Satterfield, Terry Nelson, Kevin Johnson, Brad Jackson, John Williamson, Steve Sanders, Kyle Washington, Art Long, Dontonio Wingfield, Damon Flint, Herb Jones, Levertis Robinson and Andre Tate

He interviewed Huggins on the June 5th episode
and then on the June 12th episode he discussed the former player interviews he has done to that point.

https://thebearcatbasketballpodcast.podbean.com
Thanks so much, Mike!

Since your message, I’ve listened To several of Alex’s podcast. He does a really good job. I’ve also been listening to many other podcasts including Cincy Slangin’ and Chad’s Bearcat Bounce & Holy Grail Bearcat Journal.

So many were excellent!! Our love for the cats is such a deep, special love. Only fellow Bearcats Would enjoy the minutia and nuances that people talk about in these podcasts. But I can’t get enough. This one might be my favorite so far. Steve Logan is hilarious and loves telling stories. And really shed a lot of light on his time there.

https://m.soundcloud.com/chad-brendel/be...teve-logan

Some HILARIOUS lines in that one.

Meacham also had a really hilarious line. As a new walk on, he was working on his game. Specifically cross over move copied off of AI. So in practice he drove inside. Huggins said “you see that 3 point line?? Don’t you ever Fxxxxxx go below that line ever again.”
 
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(05-31-2021 03:42 AM)BrooklynRocket Wrote:  Melvin Levitt teaches ESL and coaches tennis at Winton Woods

ESL? Enhanced Slams and Levitations?
 
07-19-2021 06:44 AM
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RE: Where are they now - post playing career
I read Kenny Satterfield is no longer coach at Hughes, KJ well still be asst (per Bearcatnews forum).
Anyone know what happened and where is KSatt?
 
07-20-2021 12:29 AM
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