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Talking Grammer, Ep. 36: Lobo special assistant Dave Pilipovich

In Episode 36, I catch up with former Air Force head coach Dave Pilipovich about his new role as special assistant to the head coach for UNM Lobo men’s basketball in what has been a crazy season of relocation, on-court struggles and having to find quarters for washing machines on the road.

Dave, who was also a guest on this podcast for Episode 25 last season when he was still the head coach at Air Force, talks this go ’round about the new perspective he’s getting from outside the head coaching spotlight and how he hopes to help Lobo players and Lobo coach Paul Weir in any way he can.

We also talk about the Mountain West overall and how many teams he thinks might get into the NCAA Tournament.

The conversation was recorded last week when Dave was driving between St. George, Utah, and Las Vegas, Nev., between the Lobos’ two-game series at UNLV and its two-game series in Utah against San Jose State.

Here are some places you can listen to the podcast

• SoundCloud
• iTunes
• Spotify

For the full 36-episode archive of the Talking Grammer podcast, CLICK HERE.

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