Sunday, February 26, 2006
On Saturday the Nittany Lions were looking for the win that could just about lock up a postseason appearance in the NIT as the Wildcats of Northwestern visited Happy Valley. Travis Parker, the lone senior on this year's squad, was honored before the game during senior day festivities and was looking to continue his solid play during his last game at the BJC. Mike Wolf and Chris Mueller had the call for ComRadio, tune in to see if Penn State has a postseason in their future.
Friday, February 24, 2006
Ben Luber does it again and in this installment of In The Paint Mike and Josh vent all their frustrations about one of the most infamous shots in recent Penn State Basketball history. We also discuss the possibility of an NIT birth for the Nittany Lions and how they stack up to the criteria set down by the tournament. Finally, the guys preview the upcoming game against the Wildcats of Northwestern and what they will need to do to break up that pesky Princeton offense the Cats run.
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
On this edition of In The Paint, Mike and Mark talk about the Fifth...thats right Fifth...Big Ten victory for the Nittany Lions over Purdue on Saturday. The guys take a look at the stellar play of Travis Parker and the recent contribution of the much maligned Ben Luber, who has been proving critics wrong of late. We also preview the Indiana game on Wednesday night and dish out the five "Obvious" keys to victory for PSU.
On Wednesday, Penn State faced off against a struggling Hooisers squad looking to keep their tournament hopes alive. Surrounded by rumors about Head Coach Mike Davis, Indiana came out strong in the first half but the Lions were able to match them blow for blow. Chris Mueller and David Joseph had the call, tune in for another great Big Ten game.
Thursday, February 16, 2006
In this early...early morning edition of In The Paint, host Mike Wolf is joined by special guest host Chris Mueller to discuss the Lions win over the Indiana Hooisers Wednesday night. Mike and Chris banter their way through all aspects of Penn State's fourth conference victory and rant away at the FAUX court rush that the BJC witnessed after the game. "The Mauler" paints an array of pictures for the listeners of all the events that unfolded in the press room after the game and the guys give their picks for Saturday's game against the Boilermakers.
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Monday's show comes from the Bryce Jordan Center during the Lions practice. Mike, Mark, and Josh discuss the recent second half let down against Wisconsin and get into a debate over the "no-name" players who have recently been stepping up against PSU. The guys also give their picks for Wednesday's game against Indiana and Josh notes his five keys to Penn State getting the victory.
Sunday, February 12, 2006
After a difficult stretch against some of the best competition the Big Ten has to offer, the Nittany Lions were looking for a big win against Wisconsin on Saturday at the BJC. Penn State came out strong in the first half and held down the Badgers' leading scorer Alando Tucker. Mike Wolf and Doug Foster had the call for ComRadio, tune in to see if the Nittany Lions can keep their NIT hopes alive.
Thursday, February 09, 2006
After the emotional high of the victory over Illinois on Saturday the Nittany Lions fell back to earth hard losing to Minnesota at the BJC on Wednesday night. Mike Wolf and Josh Moyer discuss the disappointing performance by Penn State and what went wrong against the Golden Gophers. Nittany Lion sixth man Mike Walker joined the guys to answers some questions about how he has improved over the course of his early career at PSU and how important the fan base is to getting big wins at home. They also preview the upcoming matchup against Wisconsin on Saturday, dishing out some keys to pulling off another upset victory for the Nittany Lions.
Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Coming off of the biggest win in Penn State Basketball history over #6 Illinois, the Nittany Lions were looking to continue their success against the Big Ten's worst team on Wednesday night. The Lions opened up a 10-0 lead but the Golden Gophers would fight back and make a game of it, putting together an incredible second half performance. Tune in as Chris Mueller and Mark Myers had the call from the Bryce Jordan Center.
On this edition of In The Paint we discuss the biggest win in Penn State Basketball history over the #6 Fighting Illini as well as what this game will mean for the program in the long run. The guys also give some predictions for the rest of the season as well as preview the upcoming game at the BJC against Minnesota.
Sunday, February 05, 2006
The Nittany Lions beat the #6 Fighting Illini at ILLINOIS in the biggest upset in Penn State history!! Tune in on Tuesday for In The Paint's recap of this amazing WIN. Ed DeChellis has shocked the college basketball nation and this is only the beginning!
The fourth straight ranked opponent for the Nittany Lions proved to be another difficult task as Penn State came up just short against the Wolverines of Michigan on Wednesday night. Geary Claxton led the Lions with 17 points, scoring in double digits for the 11th straight game. Chris Mueller and Chris Busk had the call, tune in for the exciting contest between two Big Ten foes.
The first edition of In The Paint for this season opens up with a recap of what has gotten the Penn State Men's Basketball team to their 10-8 record. Mike Wolf, Mark Myers, and Josh Moyer debate the stars of the first half of the season and discuss if Ed DeChellis has the right five guys on the floor for the start of each game. Color man Dick Jerardi of the Penn State Sports Network joins us with his take on some of the Lions' pressing issues.
The Definitive Penn State Men's Basketball Podcast is here! In The Paint covers every aspect of the "up and coming" Nittany Lions with coach, player, and guest interviews every week. Archived versions of ComRadio broadcasts of each home game will also be available as part of the podcast. Ed DeChellis has finally brought national attention to Penn State Basketball and this podcast is your source for the most informed commentary on the Nittany Lions.