This week on Assembly Call Radio (episode 508 overall) … we deliver our Banner Morning on a few encouraging recent recruiting notes and discuss the transfers of Clifton Moore and Jake Forrester [00:30]; we prioritize Indiana’s current recruiting targets and reflect on Romeo’s one season [20:44]; and then we answer your questions, including one about scheduling and another about favorite Calbert Cheaney memories [38:10].
All of that and more on this week’s edition of Assembly Call Radio.
On the mics: Jerod, Ryan, and Andy
Listen to the edited podcast here (rundown with time stamps below):
And here is the unedited video of the live broadcast of this week’s episode:
(Music provided by Bob Thompson — die-hard Hoosier fan and longtime Assembly Call listener.)
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