Did you miss our season two finale of “Audibles with Jason Scarborough?” No problem! We’ve got you all squared away with our final sitdown of seasons one and two with Tougaloo College head men’s basketball coach and high school basketball coaching legend, Thomas Billups.
Hear Coach Billups’ story about growing up the youngest of 14 kids in Winston County, MS, being the first to attend and graduate college from his family, what was the recipe in winning 8 state titles at Lanier High School which he built into a national powerhouse, the numerous players he coached that made it to the pros, and what his secret to a successful life is.
Sunday night was our season finale of the show, and we’ll be off for a while as we plan and prepare future seasons for you. We hope you’ve enjoyed seasons one and two, as we’ve enjoyed bringing you the stories of these incredible people each week. We’ve got more coming, so stay tuned!
A big thanks to Jeff Guy at WJTV, Nexstar Media Group, Noah Newman, Warren Brothers Media (Zach Warren and Zane Warren), Christopher Bragg, Max Howell, David Culpepper and King’s Daughters Medical Center, Mississippi Department of Transportation, Forrest General Hospital, Lakeside Moulding, BankPlus, Farm Families of Mississippi, CenterPoint Energy, The Tractor Store, Inc., Kay Tyler, and of course to my parents, Marsha Martin Scarborough and Tommy Scarborough for being the best and biggest support group a guy could ask for.
A big thank you to all of the guests who allowed me to share their stories in seasons one and two: Lane Kiffin, Mike Leach, Will Hall, Keith Carter, John Cohen, Jeremy McClain, Max Howell, Bo Wallace, Wayne Madkin, Bart Wood, Ron Polk, Dr. Kim Sessums, Robert St. John, Chip Henderson, Ricky Black, and Thomas Billups.
Now, enjoy this one of a kind story on all of our digital platforms (here on YouTube, ROKU channel-just search for Audibles, and Facebook Watch) Again, thanks for all the support from everyone and stay tuned in the coming weeks and months for new seasons. And enjoy tonight!