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Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
Hall of Famer Geno Auriemma sits down for exclusive interviews with some of the biggest stars in sports and entertainment. Produced by the UConn IMG Sports Network in partnership with UConn Athletics.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 268 ratings
Good listen and insightful
Lob7517 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/19
More then a coach
Very entertaining and thought provoking episodes with a wide range of guests from many different professions. Shows Geno’s intelligence and sense of humor. Excellent every time
JenATC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/25/18
I'm not sure that there are a ton of coaches who could sound as comfortable and informed talking to John Calipari and Seth Davis, as they would talking to former Natural Security Advisor and UN Ambassador Susan Rice. Geno Auriemma has created what I find to be a fascinating podcast, covering a...Read full review »
TrueLiz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/06/18
Recent Episodes
In our latest episode, Geno flips the script and is the one asking the questions with ESPN's Holly Rowe. Holly details her early days in the broadcasting industry, her love for sports, and she also open up about her victorious and courageous battle with breast cancer.
Published 02/13/19
In the latest edition of Holding Court, Geno chats with famed musician Sheryl Crow, who talks about her high school track and field days, life as a country music star and her victorious battle with breast cancer. Then, Geno takes the mic and offers some one of a kind insight!
Published 01/30/19
This week Geno talks with ESPN's Michael Wilbon, as the two bounce around the sports world. Wilbon talks about his upbringing in the sports journalism industry, life at ESPN and of course, his passionate fan hood for Chicago sports!
Published 11/07/18
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