Utah Valley play by play announcer Brandon Crow joined the WAC Hoops Digest podcast on Monday night. Crow has been the Voice of the Wolverines over the past four years.
In this episode, Crow talks about his love for the Los Angeles Dodgers and how he felt when his team won the 2020 World Series. It was all part of the 2020 script with the Lakers winning the NBA title after Kobe Bryant passed away in early 2020.
Crow also discusses what to expect in year two under Mark Madsen. The Wolverines have 16 new players and they are all Madsen recruits. So, while some don’t have high expectations, Crow says people will be surprised at the success.
Utah Valley released its full schedule on Monday. The schedule features three non-conference road games, two of which are against Pac-12 schools. Utah Valley will play five home games that include Wyoming and Southern Utah.
Depth is key for Utah Valley especially with Covid-19 issues. And Crow believes the Wolverine roster is built to last. Utah Valley has a lot of depth and players that are versatile. Trey Woodbury is one of those players with high upside. Tim Fuller, Asa McCord and Trey Farrer all have potential to have big moments. And the Wolverines are deep at the guard position. Blaze Nield, Jaden McClanahan, Jordan Brinson, Le’Tre Darthard, Colby Leifson and Jamison Overton are all vying for big minutes.
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