Podcast Episodes Recap and Previews

Jacks, Aggies and A Whole Lot of Thoughts About the Preseason Favorites

The daily podcast episodes are going to start coming. Fast and hard. And you won’t want to miss an episode. On this second episode, New Mexico State television broadcaster Adam Young joins the podcast. Young talks about the potential of the Aggies, big wins, and some unexpected changes certain players are showing.

Perhaps two of the biggest names are Will McNair Jr. and Teddy Allen. Teddy ‘Buckets’ as his coach has referred to him, has made a name for himself on the defensive end of the floor. And in the rebounding category and is slowly but surely becoming a complete player. All this despite averaging a team-high 17.7 points per game. McNair Jr. is playing at perhaps the highest level he has since becoming an Aggie. Averaging nearly 9 points and 7 boards per contest, McNair is gaining confidence right before our eyes. It is something Adam Young has his eyes on as the season goes forward.

In the second segment, Matt Adkins joins the podcast to talk about the Lumberjacks. Stephen F. Austin has had some ups and downs in the 2021-22 season. And Adkins discusses the struggles with inconsistency. Gavin Kensmil has ben a beast night in and night out for the Jacks. But, the loss of guard Roti Ware for the season could have a significant impact.

The big question for SFA is who will step into those shoes? Nigel Hawkins will play a much bigger role. Day-Day Hall has to be a little better. And perhaps the true freshman Jaylin Jackson-Posey’s role will become larger. And opening night of WAC play isn’t a walk in the park when the Jacks host Lamar. The Cardinals split with SFA last season. Keep your eye on this.

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