Coach Peter Campbell of Wilfrid Laurier University talks about Canadian collegiate basketball

Coach Peter Campbell of Wilfrid Laurier University talks about Canadian collegiate basketball

Taking The Charge Podcast Episode 114: Dave talks Canadian college basketball with Coach Peter Campbell from Wilfrid Laurier University as well as Aaron Doornekamp from Fraport Skyliners

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Episode 114: Breakdown of the show – Andrew Goudelock making 10 three-pointers for Fenerbahce while Bogdan Bogdanovic also shines. Cedi Osman’s legend continues at Anadolu Efes. CSKA Moscow has a huge comeback against Limoges. Bayern Munich have real problems brewing. Brose Baskets Bamberg look really good with Josh Shipp and Josh Duncan. Reggio Emilia coming to Germany with Federico Mussini and Amadeo Della Valle. College basketball – Gonzaga with their stars Prezem Karnowski, Domas Sabonis, Kevin Pangos, Kyle Wiltjer. also watched St. Mary’s and Wisconsin Green Bay with Kerem Kanter and Kiefer Sykes.

Peter Campbell – Wilfrid Laurier University and president of the CIS men’s basketball coaches association: 20:50

Topics: State of CIS basketball, differences between CIS and NCAA basketball, problems of keeping players in Canada, why Carleton is so good, Carleton-Ottawa rivalry, Philip Scrubb and his chances of making the NBA, Thomas Schrubb, college basketball on TV/internet in Canada, Jamal Murray

Here is a link to the OUA TV for some CIS games: Enjoy

And here the link for Canada West TV

Aaron Doornekamp:  1:14:20

Topics: Level of CIS, why Carleton is so strong, 2008 CIS semi-final loss to Acadia Axemen, Carleton-Ottawa rivalry, why Canada is producing a lot of top level talent, Philip Scrubb

This week’s music: “Preferably Happy” by Prefab Messiahs – 1:24:30



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