ESPN’s Richie Schueler talks about Muss Bus, atmosphere at Lawlor

BY ALEX MARGULIES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21ST 2018 ESPN television analyst Richie Schueler dropped by NSN Daily ahead of Saturday’s Nevada Basketball game vs. Akron. Last time he was in town, he crowd surfed in the “Muss Bus”. What’s he planning this time? Check out his segment from today’s show:

DJ Richie Rich & The Party Lights Crew

‘Richie Rich & the Party Lights Crew’ attempted a comeback on Saturday’s ESPN broadcast at Nevada! It didn’t last long… #WatchESPN

Ugly Sweater Night at Nevada

It’s Ugly Sweater Night at Nevada! Some say that the goat on my sweater means that the Muss Bus student section = The G.O.A.T.!!!

ESPN announcer with N.C. ties to call Wesleyan game

ESPN announcer with N.C. ties to call Wesleyan game (Rocky Mount TELEGRAM): By SAMUEL EVERS Sports Writer Monday, November 26, 2018

ESPN basketball analyst Richie Schueler talks Nevada hoops

RENO, Nev. (Nevada Sports Net) — Rumor has it that ESPN’s Richie Schueler has officially hopped on the Muss Bus. After joining the Nevada student section on Friday, Nov. 9 decked out Pacific basketball gear, we had to offer him an interview slot on NSN Daily to redeem himself. WATCH the full interview below:

Hopping Aboard the Muss Buss

On November 9, 2018 (No. 7 Nevada vs. Pacific) the Muss Buss student section at Nevada showed what happens when you wear the opposing team’s t-shirt in their area… WELCOME ABOARD!

The Coach’s Insight, featuring Andrew Brown (Assistant Coach, North Carolina A&T)

Episode #30 – Coach Andrew Brown, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at North Carolina A&T, discusses what it was like being an interim head coach at the college level, the duties and responsibilities of that role, the challenges of recruiting, and not knowing what the future held for him.

The Coach’s Insight, featuring Rob Perron (Head Coach, Catawba College)

Episode #29 – Fresh off completing the 2017-18 season, Coach Rob Perron, Head Coach at Catawba College, gives insight on preparing for late game situations year-round, the importance of giving your team familiarity with them, and doing it every day in practice to make your players comfortable in various scenarios.