Sports on a Sunday: Chris May, Les Snead & Damon Bruce
The Saint Louis University Billikens lost former head coach Rick Majerus at the age of 64 on Saturday. Only months since taking the Bills back to the NCAA Tournament, Coach Majerus stepped down due to health issues that eventually took his life. SLU Athletic Director Chris May joined Tom Ackerman, filling-in for Ron Jacober, to talk about the one-of-a-kind coach and person.
The Rams have a very opportunistic day hosting the division-leading San Francisco 49ers picking up from a 24-24 tie on November 11. Tom Ackerman visited with COO Kevin Demoff to discuss the big day playing a rival as the franchise celebrates 75 years.
In town to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the St. Louis Rams was former offensive lineman Adam Timmerman (1999-2006), who was a big part of the Super Bowl XXXIV championship team, joined Tom Ackerman.
Certainly a positive note for the St. Louis Rams this season would be their success within the NFC West Division not losing to any of the three teams. General Manager Les Snead joined Tom Ackerman to talk about the progress of the youngest team in the NFL.
With news before the kickoff of the ‘sixth quarter’ between the Rams and 49ers, Rams/NFL insider Jim Thomas checked in from the Edward Jones Dome.
Is there anyway Coach Jim Harbaugh could change his mind in quarterback Colin Kaepernick and go back to former the 2005 NFL Draft #1 overall pick Alex Smith? San Francisco 49ers pre-game host Damon Bruce of KNBR 1050 AM joined Tom Ackerman just after the end of his show.
Congratulations to “Sports on a Sunday Morning” host Ron Jacober for receiving news about his upcoming induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame! Tom Ackerman took a moment to look back on Ron’s career, which will be honored by a third Hall of Fame on January 27.