Hearing directly from the Arizona Basketball players is so insightful. Have you tuned in yet to the Nameless Podcast?
The NIL changes to the NCAA have brought fans closer to the players, and we are all here for it! If you haven’t yet tuned in, Arizona Basketball stars Kerr Kriisa and Pelle Larsson have teamed up with Josh Khan on their latest podcast; A Nameless Podcast.
On the latest episode, now airing on Youtube, you get breaking news, you get to find out what the players think about USC and UCLA leaving the conference if they feel badly winning over an underperforming team like Cal Berkley, and what they think of Jeff Goodman.
Don’t miss what the players feel about the media comments on athletes’ podcasts after NIL rules have changed. You can imagine that the current media folks aren’t too happy that the players are taking narratives about themselves, their team, and their program without interference from so-called “hard-hitting” journalists.
The players address fans’ public tweets from fans calling them names. Anything goes on the podcast, including cussing and shit-talking.
Listening to Kerr talk about fans sitting on their couch eating chips, and criticizing athletes while they are playing. Who are grown men? The athletes or the couch potatoes?
If you want to ask a question, just send it to their “mailbag” and you may get an answer, but hold onto your seats, you may not like the answer, or you may fall on the floor laughing. Like hearing Kerr talk about his major.
If you are a single female student who is in a sorority, you will be declined if you ask any of them to a formal, “We don’t do formals,” says Kerr.
Kerr and Pelle do have some competition, Arizona Football players Noah Fifita and TMAC have a podcast as well; “Island Time in the Desert.”
By the way, they are looking for a Podcast name for “A Nameless Podcast.” Have a listen, it’s worth your time! Congrats to the guys for being genuine and sharing yourselves. “We are making this podcast together as a family,” says Kerr, “This comes from a girl named Carly, name the podcast ‘Hoops and Hoes.'” We will leave that right there.