The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 22, 1988, Page 18, Image 17

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WASHBURN from Page 17
I whole thing to be spontaneous... like
a one -on-one conversation.”
And that’s just how Washburn
handled his first show, which featured
Nebraska swimmers Mike Irvin and
Peter Williams. Washburn kept both
interviews low-key, but wasn’t afraid
to dive into the inside world of colle
giate swimming.
1 Washburn showed he had done his
research in his interview with Wil
liams, a South African athlete and
■ world-record holder in the 50-meter
freestyle. He kept Williams on edge
and wasn’t afraid to ask the South
African if he was disappointed about
being left out of the Summer Olympic
Games because of politics.
“I had never done one-on-one
interviews before,” Washburn said.
“I really didn’t know what to expect.
I had watched Larry King and Rory
Firestone to gel ready for the show.”
Washburn said he’s glad to get a
chance to interview sports figures. He
said the experience will give him a
head-start in the competitive world of
“My long term goal is to do play
by-play for a major college or pro
sports team,” he said. “That’s my
dream. But I could also live with
doing this because I love talking
about sports.” problem, wasnbum wants to mter
Although Tuesday night's show view Comhusker football players live
had some rough edges, Washburn was on the show, but the Nebraska Sports
generallv pleased with how it went. Information Department will allow
He said" he’s had a few problems only taped interviews, he said,
getting the show started, but added In order to gel players on the show,
that everything was starting to fall Washburn had to agree that the mter
into place. views be taped and no live phone-in
One problem has been money, questions would be allowed.
KRNU is not a commercial station, so “It puts us in a bind,” Washburn
advertising time can’t be sold during said. “It hurts the program. Most
the show. Although the air-time is people have a big infatuation with
free, Washburn still has to pick up ihe football and it would be nice to get the
tab for promotions and other ex- players on live. I think people would
pcnses. be interested in calling in and asking
Scheduling guests also has been a questions."’
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McBride said. “He knew all the fun
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Griffin said he owes his success as
a defensive tackle to McBride. He
said McBride helped him by refresh
ing his memory and offering conun
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Griffin said he has grown to like
playing the defensive tackle position
better than playing tight end. He said
he doesn’t miss catching passes and
running pass patterns even though he
still has dreams about scoring a touch
“One day I’m going to intercept a
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Griffin said. “That’s my goal.”
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Campus Rec notes
Last Wednesday’s Campus Recreation Game of rhe Week between
The Connection and The Brew Crew, which was to be released on
Cablevision channel 5 tonight, was rained out and wilt not be televised.
Instead, “Outdoor Adventures: Rocks, Rivera and Ti0$ — Staff
Training” will be televised beginning at 10 p.m. The show includes
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