Rick Majerus is slated to appear on a College Basketball GameDay program for the 2005-06 NCAA basketball season. GameDay will travel to college towns to provide onsite commentary of significant games on the ESPN schedule.
Robert Goulet Sang About Rick Majerus and the Utes in an ESPN Commercial
Majerus One of Thirteen Coaches in EA Sports NCAA March Madness 2004
Rick Majerus appears in the EA Sports NCAA March Madness 2004 video game in the "Ask the Coach" feature, giving brief advice on man-to-man defense, attacking a zone and defending the 3-point shot.Here is the sample page from EA Sports
Rick Majerus wrote the forward to a recently published book about the Marquette Warriors' run to the national title in 1977. Rick was an assistant to Al McGuire at the time.
Click here for more info on Goin' Uptown: Marquette's March to Madness and Return to the Final Four, by Joseph Declan Moran.
In 1999 Rick Majerus and ESPN Magazine sports writer, Gene
Wojciechowski, collaborated on Rick's biography,
My Life on a Napkin: Pillow Mints, Playground Dreams and Coaching
the Runnin' Utes. See link below to
Click here for more info on My Life on a Napkin from Amazon.com
The editors of the Salt Lake Tribune have compiled
a book entitled,
Runnin' Utes Basketball: Greatest Moments in Utah Basketball History,
covering the nine decades of University of Utah basketball, including
the Majerus era, of course.
It is available now from
Sagamore Sports Publishing
Click here for more info on Greatest Moments in Utah Basketball History from Amazon.com
Rick Majerus Appeared on Up Close on ESPN
3:30 pm MST on Monday, March 12, 2001
Rick Majerus was a guest on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
on Monday, March 12, 2001, CBS-TV
Rick Majerus was the spokesman for DirecTV's college
basketball package for the 1999-2000 season
Rick sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" at Wrigley Field, August
TNT, June 30, 1999 as an NBA Draft analyst
NCAA Tournament in-studio analysis on CBS March 20-21.
ESPN, March 1, 1999, Guest on Up Close.
HBO, August 15, 1998, Guest appearance on
(literally Arli$$), an HBO comedy.
TNT, June 24, 1998, NBA Draft analyst
KUTV, Salt Lake City, June, 1998, NBA Playoff analyst
NBC, April 3, 1998, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Raconteur Rick gets a smirk from fellow guest Billy Crystal.