The Sports Hub: Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News & The Big Ten Network, Rick Hummel of the Post Dispatch, FSN Broadcaster Darren Pang, Blues Coach Ken Hitchcock & Matt Maiocco of CSN
Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News & The Big Ten Network joins Scott Warmann to discuss college hoops. Rick Hummel, Hall of Fame Cardinals Beat Writer for the Post Dispatch, came on to talk baseball. […]
#10 St. Louis tops George Washington, 66-59.
The Sports Hub: Dr. Patrick Rishe, Sports Economist at Webster University & Forbes.com; Jake Allen, Blues Prospect Goalie; Mark Adams, ESPN College Basketball Analyst
Dr. Patrick Rishe, sports economist and business professor for Webster University & Forbes.com, joined Scott Warman to talk about Stan Kroenke’s LA land purchase. Jake Allen, Blues prospect goalie, joined Scott to talk about his […]
Sports Open Line: Joe Sheehan, Baseball Writer for Sports Illustrated & the Joe Sheehan Baseball Newsletter; Chris May, SLU Athletic Director
Joe Sheehan, Baseball Writer for Sports Illustrated & the Joe Sheehan Baseball Newsletter, joined Chris Hrabe live to talk about the upcoming baseball season. KMOX’s own Tom Ackerman joined Chris to talk about the Billikens […]
St. Louis near top of A.P. rankings for first time since 1964-65 season.
Saint Louis University Men’s basketball Head Coach Jim Crews joined Tom Ackerman on Sports Open Line to talk about the team’s season thus far, and what’s to come as we move towards March Madness.
Saint Louis University Billikens Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach Calbert Cheaney called into SOL to talk with Mike Claiborne about this exciting Billiken’s campaign.
Chris is talking Michael Sam, the Olympics and more on a Monday edition of The Hub. Joan Niesen of Sports Illustrated, a native St. Louisan, joins Chris to discuss the Michael Sam case. Will Leitch, […]
SLU improves to 12th in AP Poll after school-record 16 straight wins
Cougars improve to 5-5 in OVC play with 93-88 victory.
The Tigers take their fourth in a row over the rival Illini.
The first matchup of head coaches who were former Kent State teammates was no contest, with Alabama pummeling a team hampered by injuries at quarterback and the offensive line.