Chat with Dale Brown

Welcome to The Show! On Thursday, Jan. 4, Scouts Inc.'s Jeremy Green will attempt to write himself into SportsNation history when he tries to break the all-time chat record of 4 hours, 30 minutes. Before Green's record attempt, however, current all-time record holder Dale Brown will stop by to chat.

Brown, former LSU men's hoops coach, performed his historic chat March 12, 1997, while providing analysis for ESPN during college basketball's postseason. ESPN's own Howie Schwab moderated the chat and Brown informed him at the start that they would break the chat record. When the chat finished, Brown stood on the table and announced his record-setting performance.

Brown spent 25 seasons on the sidelines for LSU, finishing his time in Baton Rouge, La. with a record of 448-301. He led the Tigers to two Final Fours in 1981 and 1986. He won four SEC regular season titles and won the 1980 SEC tournament. He also posted 10 20-win seasons.

So, join Brown on Thursday as we reminisce and catch up with a SportsNation history maker. The fun starts at 11 a.m. ET.

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