Schwartz on Sports Podcast: Hofstra's Joe Mihalich 'Not Shocked' About Louisville Scandal (Audio)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: Head coach Joe Mihalich of the Hofstra Pride reacts against the Kentucky Wildcats in the first half of the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival at Barclays Center on December 11, 2016 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Hofstra University Men’s Basketball head coach Joe Mihalich joined Schwartz on Sports and admitted that he was “not shocked” by the scandal that hit Louisville. 

When one thinks of Hofstra, there are only a few standouts from a sports perspective. Those in the know understand the rich tradition of collegiate athletics over in Hempstead, New York, but some need to be reminded.

Wayne Chrebet, folks. The 5-10 little man was one of the most fearless wide receivers in National Football League history and walked onto the New York Jets in 1995 after a nice career at Hofstra. Born in Garfield, New Jersey, it was near the Island that Wayne-O decided to go.

Marques Colston, former wide receiver for Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints is another NFL stud coming from the east.

Nowadays, with the football program discontinued, basketball is the area the students lean on and the leader of the squad, head coach Joe Mihalich, took time to join the Schwartz on Sports Podcast in discussing many things.

From gearing up to play at the new Nassau Coliseum and thoughts on Louisville’s recent scandal, Mihalich shared:

ESNY staff reports.