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Couch Side Podcast Episode 50: Half Way To One Hundred


The Couch Side podcast reflects on 50 episodes of greatness in this week's episode.

The Couch Side podcast reflects on 50 episodes of greatness in this week’s show.

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By Couchsideshow.com staff

Couch Side hosts Wade McMillin and Craig Paul are overjoyed this week with their accomplishment of finally reaching 50 episodes of the podcast. Im this week’s episode, the hosts talk everything Couch Side, including website and podcast-download statistics, how far the show has come and what’s in store for the future. They also talk sport with special guest Sean Schoonover, breaking down the NCAA tournament. This is one show you won’t want to miss. Click below to start streaming, downloading or subscribing to the Couch Side podcast:

•  Click here to stream the Couch Side Podcast Episode 50: Half Way To One Hundred, via our host site, TalkShoe

• Click here to download the Couch Side Podcast Episode 50: Half Way To One Hundred, via our host site, TalkShoe

• Click here to stream, download or subscribe to the Couch Side Podcast Episode Half Way To One Hundred, via iTunes

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Behind the scenes of the 2012 NCAA men’s basketball tournament


Couchsideshow.com blogger Stayson Isobe poses before a game at the NCAA men's basketball tournament in Tempe, Ariz. Isobe worked at the West Regional of the tournament, gathering quotes for the NCAA.

BY STAYSON ISOBE, Couchsideshow.com writer

Last week, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work the NCAA Men’s Basketball West Regional in Tempe and what an experience it was.

For those that don’t know, when I’m not moonlighting as a Couch Side writer, I work at Northern Arizona University as a graduate assistant in the media relations department as the Sports Information Director for the Lumberjack women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis programs.

This past fall, Arizona State, the host of last week’s West Regional Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight games at the U.S. Airways Center, asked our media relations department if we would like to volunteer at the games and really who would turn down an opportunity like that? Well the four of us in the department as well as our assistant AD for marketing made the trip down to the Valley last Wednesday and I can’t lie, I was stoked (and again who wouldn’t be?) (more…)