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Tony Castricone uses his platform as voice of the Washington Huskies to talk interesting people into having interesting conversations with the hopes of entertaining college sports fans, or enriching their lives.

Tony Castricone uses his platform as voice of the Washington Huskies to talk interesting people into having interesting conversations with the hopes of entertaining college sports fans, or enriching their lives.
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Tony Castricone uses his platform as voice of the Washington Huskies to talk interesting people into having interesting conversations with the hopes of entertaining college sports fans, or enriching their lives.

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English


Episodes

Chris Hein & the real life "Field of Dreams"

8/30/2019
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Chris Hein, who works in the University of Washington athletic department, spent the first 23 years of his life without knowing who his biological father was. But once he set out on a quest to find him, it began a thrilling and emotional journey that eventually led him to one of the most unforeseeable places possible: the World Series. Audio clip credit: NBC Universal

Duration:01:15:38

Andy Burcham: accepting a dream job with a broken heart

8/23/2019
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Rod Bramblett, the legendary and beloved voice of the Auburn Tigers, was tragically killed in a car accident on May 25, 2019. His best friend, Andy Burcham, is now trying to figure out how he can possibly help fill the enormous void left by Rod's passing; not only in the broadcast booth, but in the lives of the people who were most important to Rod: his children.

Duration:01:00:33

Clemson men's basketball head coach Brad Brownell

8/20/2019
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Clemson men's basketball coach Brad Brownell, who led the Tigers to the Sweet 16 in the 2018 NCAA Tournament, talks with Tony about the joy of watching players achieve personal growth, his journey, the wild adventures of collecting game tape in Division II in the 1990s, the importance of finding your niche and becoming truly elite at it, and the extremely hard decisions and moments that come along with dream jobs.

Duration:00:48:54

Ryan Leaf: a great college football comeback

8/14/2019
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Ryan Leaf was a phenomenal college football quarterback at Washington State, and in 1997, he was a Heisman Trophy finalist and led the Cougars to their first Rose Bowl trip in 67 years. He decided to leave school early to pursue the NFL, where he was the #2 overall player drafted, received a huge contract... and played really poorly for most of his short time in the league. He had bad relationships with teammates and reporters, and eventually developed an addiction to painkillers. He was...

Duration:00:44:28

Dave 'Softy' Mahler: a "hyperactive, out-of-control tornado"

8/9/2019
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[WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT] Show notes:

Duration:01:06:22

[BONUS] Damon Huard & Greg Lewis break some Husky radio news

8/6/2019
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In this bonus episode, Damon Huard and Greg Lewis join Tony to talk about Husky football fall camp and Damon's news.

Duration:00:36:39

Mark Pattison & Jim Mora: Seeking a New Summit

8/2/2019
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In Episode 3 of the Tony Castricone Podcast, Tony talks with former Washington Huskies teammates Jim Mora and Mark Pattison about...

Duration:01:08:25

Aaron Goldsmith: living the dream

7/29/2019
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Show notes:

Duration:01:05:55

Hops with Hop: beer & basketball with Washington coach Mike Hopkins

7/22/2019
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University of Washington men's basketball coach Mike Hopkins has won the Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year Award each of his first two seasons on the job. But he's never hosted a podcast in his backyard... until now. In this episode, Tony and Coach Hop discuss...

Duration:01:34:42

Ep. 0 - the starting point

7/12/2019
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Tony Castricone announces the start of his new podcast with an emphasis on covering college sports through storytelling, long-form conversation, personal development and maximizing potential.

Duration:00:02:04