The Official Podcast of the University of Houston Athletics.
Kevin Eschenfelder visits with AD Chris Pezman, BSB Head Coach Todd Whitting and women's basketball senior Dorian Branch.
Kevin Eschenfelder is joined by AD Chris Pezman, Track and Field Head Coach Leroy Burrell and Swimming and Diving’s Peyton Kondis.
AD Chris Pezman, Softball Head Coach Kristin Vesley and Baseball First Baseman Ryan Hernandez join Kevin Eschenfelder.
University of Houston VP for Athletics Chris Pezman joins Kevin Eschenfelder to discuss planning for the future while navigating the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic. Plus, senior thrower Taylor Scaife reflects on her record-setting career at UH and Senior Associate Athletics Director for Capital Projects TJ Meagher provides insight on facility management during this unprecedented time.
Seeking consecutive wins over top-10 opponents for the first time in school history, #15 Houston took aim at #3 Oklahoma to open the 2016 college football season inside NRG Stadium.
The Coogs go duck hunting against nationally ranked Oregon in the 2018 opening of the Fertitta Center.
No. 18 Houston goes out in style against No. 9 Florida State in the 2015 Peach Bowl.
Led by a career-high in scoring from Corey Davis Jr., 12th-ranked Houston pulls away in a thriller at 20th-ranked Cincinnati to clinch the regular season American Athletic Conference title outright.
Leading off Coogs' Corner this week is DeJuena Chizer (Senior Associate Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator). Chizer details some of the strategies being implemented to keep student-athletes engaged while staying at home. Dwight Allison, Assistant Athletics Director for Performance Nutrition at UH, also stops by to share some of challenges his team is facing with executing nutrition plans. And, John Houston (Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine) explains how the athletic department intends to use the 'new normal' to become more efficient with their practices moving forward into the future.
Defense and special teams key the Cougars 24-14 win at Tulsa in 2019.