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Adam Morrison will be a new analyst for radio broadcasts this season

Morrison will be on the mic alongside Tom Hudson for all games.

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One of the most recognizable Gonzaga Bulldog personalities will be on the airwaves this upcoming season as Adam Morrison has been named a new analyst for the Gonzaga IMG Radio Network for the 2017-18 season.

Morrison will join longtime play-by-play announcer Tom Hudson for all the home and away games this season. Hudson has been the main voice of the Bulldogs for the past 16 seasons.

Morrison played for Gonzaga from 2003-06, earning an All-American first-team pick in a year and a Wooden Award All-American, leading the nation in scoring his junior year with 28.1 points per game. He finished his career as the third-leading scorer in Gonzaga history, and has scored the most points in a single-season in school history.

As the whole world is aware, the success in college didn’t translate to success in the professional leagues. The Charlotte Bobcats drafted Morrison with the No. 3 pick in the 2006 draft, but injuries eventually sent Morrison to an early retirement, and he was finally out of the league in 2012.

Morrison worked as a student assistant with the team in 2013 when he returned to school to finish his undergraduate degree. He was an assistant video coordinator for the Bulldogs in the 2014-15 season.

Says Gonzaga IMG College General Manager Mark Livingston: "We're excited to have Adam join the Gonzaga IMG Radio Network. He's one of the all-time great Zags. His experience and success as a Bulldog will add an intriguing element to our broadcast."