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I had a chance to sit down live with Coach Goff in Nashville, TN during the American Baseball Coaches Association Annual Conference. Coach Goff is passionate about the game but more importantly leading young men on and off the field. Greg Goff joined Purdue baseball as an assistant coach in July 2017 and was promoted to head coach in June 2019. The…
 
Eric Crozier Originally drafted by the Cleveland Indians in June of 2000 out of Norfolk State University, Eric reached Major League Baseball four years later with the Toronto Blue Jays. Eric’s 11 years of professional baseball included stints with New York Yankees, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles. Since retiring in 2011, E…
 
I sit down "live" with Sheets during the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) annual meetings in Nashville TN January 2020 two good old Kentucky Boys talking baseball and life. Sheets is back in the dugout to coach Georgia Gwinnett College after a 4-year stint with ABCA. He's a podcaster, baseball ambassador, life long learner, and proud to…
 
Tyson Blaser, a Rockridge graduate and the 2006 Quad-City Times Male Athlete of the Year, was a catcher in the Yankees farm system from 2011-15 after completing his collegiate career at Iowa. A free-agent signing of the Yankees, Blaser hit .263 over four seasons with the organization. He rose to the AA level on the field as a New York farmhand, but…
 
In our latest OTT podcast, Drew and Casey what we can expect out of the 2020-21 Big Ten Basketball season (assuming it occurs), with an obvious focus on Purdue basketball. Additionally, Drew talks about his bad burger takes at the end. Granted, he's probably never had In-N-Out so he doesn't know what a good fast food burger is. Learn more about you…
 
On the latest Let's Get Weird Sports Podcast T-Mill and Paul discuss the strange case of the Montreal Expos: a team that played in one of most poorly built stadiums ever, was neglected by its ownership, and its best seasons wiped out due to labor issues in Major League Baseball. All this with an aside on the cancellation of college football. Learn …
 
Tom Dienhart and Alan Karpick draft their best Purdue linebackers dating back to 1970. Purdue has had seven first team All-Big Ten linebackers and 13 second team selections since 1970. They moved some guys around in their selctions, but it makes for (hopefully) interesting conversation.By Gold and Black Radio
 
John Piper sits down with Dr. Bhrett McCabe in Nashville, TN during the ABCA (American Baseball Coaches Associaton) annual conference to talk how to get the most out of the "Mindside" of your potential. Whether your an athlete, coach, parent, or business leader this is a must listen. Get out of "Suckville" and off the "Struggle Bus" Bhrett pitche f…
 
In the late 1980s the athletic war between the United States and the Soviet Union was stronger than ever. In fact, it was so strong that the Soviet Union decided to take on the world in baseball, of all sports. In this edition of the Let's Get Weird Sports podcast Travis and Paul discuss the short lived Soviet Union National Baseball Team, with a s…
 
It's clear JR is missing hoops - this week he invited former Purdue basketball legend Robbie Hummel on to break down 'Fire Sale.' Robbie tells a hilarious story about his encounter with Kevin Dillon at a charity event and the two dive deep into the interworkings of Hollywood like only two guys born and raised in the Midwest can. Enjoy! Follow Robbi…
 
GoldandBlack.com's Tom Dienhart and Alan Karpick draft their choices for the five best Purdue running backs they have seen play (dating back to 1970). The first picks are easy, but there are some surprises along the way as the Boilermaker football program with familiar picks like Armstrong and Alstott. But with the Boilermakers only having a handfu…
 
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