On the latest episode of The Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by Arkansas legend Pat Bradley. Our resident Wildcats do their best to contain this Razorback fanatic's enthusiasm after the latest Elite Eight run. Hearing from one of the best shooters in college basketball history, they ask Pat for his basketball origins growing up just outside of Boston.
1:00 - Pat explains how Arkansas-Kentucky became one of the best rivalries in the SEC, even playing on Super Bowl Sunday.
3:30 - Pat grew up playing all kinds of sports, but living just 4 miles from the Boston Garden, he loved basketball. How special were Larry Bird and those Celtics were to a young Pat Bradley?
9:00 - How on earth did Pat end up in Fayetteville, Arkansas after growing up in New England? What did Nolan Richardson see in Pat that other coaches didn't?
18:30 - What do all great shooters have in common, with just how dedicated they are to their craft?
21:00 - Pat talks about his vulnerability and how he felt when he has a basketball in his hands, and picks up a basketball right then and there
27:30 - Reflecting on his college choice, Pat says it was the best decision to get out of his comfort zone, only to find out Arkansas ended up feeling like home to him.
32:00 - After his playing days were over, Pat was fortunate enough to have basketball remain a part of his life both with coaching and broadcasting.
38:30 - Rex and Pat draw a parallel from playing basketball to Josh's acting. What does it take to be among the best actors or best basketball players in the world?
46:00 - What is it about being one of the faces of the SEC that Pat enjoys the most?
49:30 - Where do the Razorbacks stack up in the SEC compared to the Kentucky Wildcats?
56:00 - PROMO - Pat shouts out The Perfect Storm as his favorite movie.