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It’s special double feature week for our 80s and 90s movies podcast for the #FinalFour. We already brought you the Indiana high school basketball classic, “Hoosiers” starring Gene Hackman. Now we graduate to a great college basketball drama for this edition of our show, as it’s in its 25th anniversary in 2019, “Blue Chips.”

Nick Nolte stars as “Coach Pete Bell,” who has to decide whether to compromise his ethics and beliefs in breaking the rules/illegally paying players to get his once powerful, “Western University” back to being a great program, again? The movie revolves around the recruitment of characters played by 90s college and NBA stars Shaquille O’Neal and Penny Hardaway and how they can make “Western,” and coach Bell, become a power, again.

Plus, we have two special guests joining T.J. and Jay this week. Jesse Holley, a former Dallas Cowboys football player who’s now in the DFW media, is on the back on the show. That’s because, he’s also a former NCAA Basketball Champ in 2005 playing for North Carolina. Jesse gives great insight and humor into what he experienced and what still goes on with trying to secretly pay players like in the move. Next, Kevin Rogers, Sr. Handicapper at, and T.J.’s co-host on the “3 Dog Thursday” podcast, couldn’t wait to come on as a guest to talk about this film. Kevin is a huge fan of all things 80s and 90s and gives his own opinions on the storyline and actor portrayals, etc.

Sit back and enjoy reminiscing about the 90’s and big time college hoops with “Blue Chips” on We’ve Seen That!”

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The post We’ve Seen That: Blue Chips appeared first on Radio Influence.

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