Jon Teitel's "Forgotten Legends" Series: East Carolina Legend Lester Lyons

November 8th, 2010
Lester Lyons remains one of ECU's all-time greats

In the latest installment in his "Forgotten Legends" interview series CHN writer Jon Teitel spent some time with Lester Lyons, who ranks second in East Carolina history with 1,825 points. But Lyons, who scored 27 points in the Pirates' 1993 NCAA Tournament loss to eventual national champion North Carolina, wasn't solely about scoring as he still leads ECU in career steals with 235. Lyons is now the head basketball coach at his high school alma mater in North Carolina.  

#60 Southern Miss: 2010-11 Basketball Preview

October 19th, 2010
Southern Miss

Overall Rank: #60

Conference Rank: #3 Conference USA

Jon Teitel's Coaches Interview Series: Former Eastern Michigan Head Coach Ben Braun

September 28th, 2010
Ben Braun led EMU to the NCAA Tournament appearances

In the latest installement in his coaches interview series, CHN writer spent some time with current Rice head coach Ben Braun, who also made stops at Eastern Michigan and Cal. At EMU Coach Braun led the Eagles to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Sweet 16 in 1991. Now in his second season at Rice, Coach Braun and his staff are looking to build a program that can compete with Memphis atop Conference USA. 

Forgotten Legends: College Basketball Q&A Series

July 6th, 2010

College basketball is a game of history, exemplified by the stars of yesterday who set the bar for today's student athletes. Jon Teitel looks back at some of the forgotten (and not so forgotten) college basketball legends who made our game what it is today. Some of these names might bring back great memories, while others will mean nothing to you, but each of the player's below made an important mark on college basketball history.



Jon Teitel's Interview Series: Rice Legend Ricky Pierce

April 22nd, 2010
Rice legend Ricky Pierce

In the most recent installement in Jon Teitel's interview series he caught up with Ricky Pierce, who followed up one of the greatest careers in Rice history with a long professional career. 

Jon Teitel: You started at Walla Walla CC before ending up at Rice. Why did you choose Walla Walla, and why did you end up at Rice?