Episode 138: Block Out The Noise with Luke Hancock

Luke Hancock, the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player and NCAA Champion with the Louisville Cardinals, joins the show today. Luke is a college basketball analyst with the ACC Network, a financial advisor in Louisville, KY and a close friend.

He scored 20 points in the national semifinal against Wichita State and 22 points in the national final against Michigan.

He was the first reserve in NCAA Tournament history to be named the MOP. Hancock played professional basketball for the Memphis Grizzles and in Athens, Greece, before becoming a financial advisor with Clearpath Financial

Eric and Luke team up today for some Bracket talk before the NCAA Tournament. Other topics include:

  • (2:15-6:20) – Roanoke, Virginia, playing soccer and basketball
  • (6:20-11:15) – Luke’s basketball journey, why he transferred to Louisville
  • (11:15-17:00) – What separates Rick Pitino from other coaches, Block out the noise
  • (17:00-20:00) – Handling adversity during the NCAA Tournament
  • (20:00-24:20) – 2013 National Championship with Louisville, thoughts on the NCAA
  • (24:20-28:00) – Financial advice
  • (28:00-35:45) – NCAA Tournament picks, upsets and National championship prediction
  • (35:45-39:20) – Coach K’s impact on CBB

And much more. Rate, review and subscribe to the show today!

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