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The sounds of summer while sitting on the stoops of the streets of Philadelphia during the 1970s emanated from a small box. It was the crack of the bat and the occasional crackle from the lost radio signal.
INDIANAPOLIS – As a player, Adam Morrison was an animated and emotional figure.
It has been quite the interesting ride for Gonzaga since March. An NCAA Tournament cancelation, shuffling of the 2020-21 schedule seemingly every other week and social distancing guidelines in place on the sidelines has altered the normalcy of college basketball.
Tom Hudson can’t help but talk a big game: That’s what happens when you’re the voice of Gonzaga athletics. For the past 16 years, Hudson has been courtside for a Gonzaga men’s basketball run that has included 20 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, nine trips to the Sweet 16 and 17 straight seasons with 25-plus victories.
It was a tough night for Gonzaga radio broadcaster Tom Hudson. But it could have been a slightly tougher night for Gonzaga fans attempting to follow along with Hudson as he tried to call Gonzaga’s quarterfinal showing on Saturday with a sore throat.
One of Adam Morrison’s first observations of his new position as analyst on Gonzaga men’s basketball radio broadcasts was, well, very Morrison like. “I usually stay away from media types, now I’ve joined them,” Morrison cracked.
Could sophomore Kevin Pangos handle senior Kevin Pangos? Would the most embattled Gonzaga team of the last decade have a shot against the only Bulldogs to climb to No. 1? Would Adam Morrison go off for 40 points on Kyle Wiltjer – and vice versa? And who were the dolts who seeded a 28-3 team that climbed to No. 3 in the polls behind their Bulldog brothers who never cracked the Top 25?