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The Let It Fly Show | #Creighton Point Guard Steven Ashworth

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Mike'l is joined by Creighton Men's Basketball point guard Steven Ashworth. The guys discuss Steve's childhood, transitioning to Omaha, his wife's floral business, dealing with criticism, his defense, Big East play, this year's Creighton team, and more!

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