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Sports Open Line: Ron Jacober, Tyler Kepner & Joe Walljasper

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Michael Dixon, Jr. #11 of the Missouri Tigers reacts after making a three-pointer during the game against the Kansas Jayhawks on February 5, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Michael Dixon, Jr. #11 of the Missouri Tigers reacts after making a three-pointer during the game against the Kansas Jayhawks on February 5, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

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The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame has a new member in KMOX’s Ron Jacober. “The Sports Hub” co-host & “Sports on a Sunday Morning” host joined Kevin Wheeler to talk about being part of the 2013 class. Other individuals and programs part of the class include: David Eckstein (Cardinals), Mike Sweeney (Royals), Tony Richardson (Chiefs), Kim Anderson (Mizzou basketball/Central Missouri), Scott Bailes (Cleveland Indians), Conrad Hitchler (Mizzou football), Joe Scott (Poplar Bluff basketball), Harley Race (professional wresting), Tom Rutledge (Missouri Southern cross country/track), Linda Lampkin (Hermann volleyball), Dale Russell (Branson basketball), Dr. Richard Seagrave (sports physician), Dave Palmeiro (Tarkio football), Jim Chappell (sports museum entrepreneur), Jefferson City track and field program & Special Olympics of Missouri.

New York Times national baseball writer Tyler Kepner joined Kevin Wheeler to talk ‘Hot Stove’ that has fired up with some free agent signings and trades.

Joe Walljasper, sports editor of the Columbia Daily Tribune, joined Kevin to talk about former Mizzou guard Mike Dixon transferring and the future of football coach Gary Pinkel.

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