In episode twenty-two of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Surina, Rory and Justice look back on the Wyking Jones era in the first episode of a two-part oral history, beginning with the aftermath of Cuonzo Martin’s decision to resign and the 2017-18 season.
In episode twenty-one of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Surina re-joins Rory and Justice to discuss her award-winning feature, as well as Connor Vanover and Juhwan Harris-Dyson reportedly transferring from the program.
I t is becoming increasingly difficult to find a quiet space in San Francisco. The city’s skyline is dotted with cranes. Its streets are suffocated with chaotic construction and the buses packed with people. Every inch of space serves as only a small reprieve from overwhelming congestion. Each second of
In episode twenty of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory and Justice discuss their first impressions on new head coach Mark Fox following his introductory press conference, as well as Justice Sueing announcing his intent to transfer from the program.
Fox is a solid coach and seemingly a high-character guy who was applauded for running a “clean program” in the midst of the dirty world of college basketball. His teams, while never spectacular, were never terrible either.
In episode nineteen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory and Justice discuss the hiring of new head coach Mark Fox, initial thoughts and expectations and what to make of the very quick hiring process.
In episode eighteen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, after initially recording an episode on March 22, Rory, Surina and Justice frantically re-record another episode via phone call to give their initial thoughts on the firing of head coach Wyking Jones.
Winning consistently is easier said than done, and financial concerns are legitimate, but in the interest of the program’s future, the Bears can simply no longer afford to maintain the current status quo.
In episode seventeen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory, Surina and Justice reflect on the 2018-19 men’s basketball season and try to get an idea of Cal’s next move going forward.
There is a real possibility that the team to win this tournament could be the sole program to play in March Madness, and with the poor showings of the conference blue bloods such as UCLA, Oregon and Arizona, the chances of electric atmospheres at these games are remote.