Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Ghizal Hasan is a play-by-play broadcaster, based in Los Angeles, CA. For the past decade, he's primarily covered the Big West Conference, while handling freelance assignments for the WCC, Mountain West and Pac-12. Hasan has an extensive background in both television and radio, having broadcast for both Fox Sports and ESPN. He's covered NCAA Division 1 Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer and Gymnastics, as well as both Junior College and CIF events. Ghizal is a graduate of both UC Irvine & UCLA, and was born and raised in Northern New Jersey, where he grew up listening to WFAN, and rooting for the Nets, Devils, Yankees and Jets.... Show More

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August 3, 2020 106 min
Dodgers Astros Mega Pod with Owen Main (@fansmanship) - lifelong Dodgers' fan. (1:32 to 35:11) Raheel Ramzanali (@The_Raheel) - Houston Media Personality (35:30 to 1:07:03) Dan Pellegrino (@Dan_Pellegrino) - baseball guy, and Joe Kelly's college teammate. (1:07:23 to 1:45:50) Owen Main Photo Courtesy Fansmanship.com Raheel Ramzanali Photo Courtesy ESPN 97.5fM, Houston Dan Pellegrino Photo Courtesy FourSeamImages...
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CSUN Broadcaster Alan Zinsmeister and NFL Hall of Famer James Lofton join me to discuss the legacy of Brad Pye, Jr. who passed away on July 5th of 2020. Pye, Jr. was a pioneer for African-American broadcasters in the City of Angels, setting the stage for the likes of Bryant Gumbel and Jim Hill. Pye's thirty year career included time at the LA Sentinel, as well as at prominent radio stations, like KDAY, KACE and KJLH. He also...
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July 24, 2020 87 min
Where do Long Beach State students go for a late night nosh? Which Seventies chanteuse was she nearly named for? What baseball team do people from Sacramento root for? Have social issues ever really been separate from sports? We explore these, among other topics, with Abbey Mastracco on the latest edition of the podcast. Photo Courtesy Abbey Mastracco's Twitter Account.
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July 13, 2020 33 min
Soph RHP Andre Granillo (West Valley HS) joins us to talk Highlanders' Baseball. In 45 career innings, Granillo has already recorded 64 strikeouts. In an abbreviated 2020 season, he had 19 strikeouts against just 5 walks in 12.2 IP. In 10 games, Andre posted a 2-1 record with 3 saves. Photo Courtesy UC Riverside Athletics
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Jim Alexander, from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, and Geoff Gorham, from the Inland Sports Show, and UC Riverside, join me to discuss the departure of David Patrick, as Head Basketball Coach at UCR, as well as other related topics. Jim Alexander Photo Courtesy Riverside Press-Enterprise Geoff Gorham Photo Courtesy UC Riverside Athletics
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June 30, 2020 62 min
Basketball Writer David Mendez-Yapkowitz joins us to discuss a variety of topics. From his upbringing in Los Angeles, his path into the media, the changes on the landscape of both High School Basketball in Los Angeles, as well as covering sports in the time of Social Justice Protests, and COVID-19. Follow him at @Dave_Yapkowitz on Twitter. Photo Courtesy David Mendez-Yapkowitz Twitter.
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The guys from Touchdowns and Tangents stop on by to discuss a multitude of topics, from being millennials in the digital media space, to their thoughts on the CSUN Journalism Program, covering social justice as journalists of color, the future of sports in the time of COVID-19, to Reggie Bush's return to the USC Family, and a bunch of other thoughts. Follow Kenny at @OzoGrande and Pete at @Petecertified Photos Courtesy...
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Comedian Earl Skakel stops by to chat about one of his favorite television shows "The White Shadow" among other related topics. Earl is a regular at The Comedy Store, and cast member of Cartoon Network's The Jellies, on Adult Swim. He played Al Sims on Showtime's "I'm Dying Up Here" and is also featured on Comedy Central's "Roast Battle." He also hosts the Inappropriate Earl Podcast. Phot...
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We continue our series of Sports Movies Podcasts, with Attique Iqbal, as he stops by to discuss the football movie released in 2000, "The Replacements." Story follows a band of misfit football players called on as replacement players during a players' strike, loosely based on real-live events in 1987. Keanu Reeves & Gene Hackman lead the cast of this feel-good story. Attique is Music Coordinator for the NFL Network,...
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What's next for CSUN Hoops? Two guys who know chime in: Alan Zinsmeister (0:00 to 26:27) and Blair Orr (26:27 to 47:01)
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Terrell Gomez sits down to discuss his decision to leave CSUN for San Diego State as a Grad Transfer. He leaves CSUN as the 4th All-Time leading scorer (1,637 points) in school history, in just 96 games. Gomez was Big West Freshman of the Year in 2018, and a two-time First Team All Conference selection in 2019 & 2020. He's also 5th in Big West history, with 293 career three-point field goals.
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Variety of topics covered with Evan Barnes of the Memphis Commercial-Appeal. From the NBA in the COVID-19 crisis, to Kobe Bryant's Legacy, joining the news team's coverage of the pandemic, rise of Memphis football to The Wire. Always great to sit down with the longtime LA-based (Daily Breeze, SCNG, LA Daily News) journalist.
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April 8, 2020 37 min
Conversation with Sue Favor, Editor/Publisher of womenshoopsworld.com, stops by to talk about recent HBO Documentary "Women of Troy" as well as other topics, relating to the world of Women's Basketball. You can follow her on Twitter at @hoopism. Photo courtesy Hoopism Twitter Account
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Steve Wendt (Inland Empire 66ers) & Dan Besbris (Hoop-Ball.com) join me to chat about the 1993 classic, The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford & Tommy Lee Jones. How evil is Dr. Charles Nichols?
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Chat with Press-Enterprise columnist, Jim Alexander. We discuss HBO's "Women of Troy" and Riverside's own Cheryl Miller, among a myriad of topics, all while honoring the state's shelter at home order. We'll also explain, why Jim wanted to start taping this episode at precisely 1:05. TOPICS 2:00 Cancellation of 2020 Big West Tournament 6:00 Nobody Knows Anything, What's Next? 8:30 Impact of Shelter In ...
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KCOY's Evening Anchor Scott Hennessee joins me to talk about Ron Shelton's ode to pick-up basketball, "White Men Can't Jump." Photo Courtesy KCOY/KKFX, Santa Barbara/Santa Maria
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March 30, 2020 68 min
Fresno's favorite son, Matt Hurst, joins us to talk about the classic baseball flick, Bull Durham. Matt covered the big leagues for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, and also worked in Media Relations for UC Santa Barbara. #TremendousGaucho You can follow him at @matt_hurst16 Photo Courtesy Matt Hurst
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A man of many talents, Kevin Strauss, checks in to talk about his long time love of the NY Jets, and the pains it's caused. We even get in a little CSUN Basketball talk. And yes, I keep calling Robby Anderson, Richie Anderson, but you know what I mean.
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With no games to call, what's left for a couple of baseball broadcasters to do? Talk about a baseball movie, of course. Voice of the Cal League's Inland Empire 66ers, Steve Wendt, joins me to discuss the 1976 classic "The Bad News Bears." Photo Courtesy: Inland Empire 66ers
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Conversation with Troy Percival, ahead of NCAA Baseball game against LMU, at Page Stadium, Los Angeles, CA. Audio Courtesy UC Riverside Highlanders' Sports Properties & Learfield/IMG College
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