Sports On A Sunday Morning: Tom Stillman, Kevin Demoff, Rick Hummel, Kim Anderson, Mike Kelly & Dan Reardon
Chairman Tom Stillman on Blues, RIck Hummel on Cardinals, Kevin Demoff on Rams, Mike Kelly & Kim Anderson on Mizzou and Dan Reardon on Golf
Sports Open Line: Dave Steckel, Pete Fiutak, Ian Eagle, Chris Porter, Dennis Dodd, Scott Miller, Seth Everett, Ben Kercheval & Bryant McFadden
Mizzou defensive coordinator Dave Steckel discusses Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, the ejection of defensive end Shane Ray from Saturday’s SEC Championship, the recruiting process, the upcoming Citrus Bowl matchup with the University of Minnesota, […]
University of Missouri football and basketball broadcaster and KMOX’s own Mike Kelly joined Chris Hrabe to discuss last Saturday’s SEC Football Championship as well as an interesting flight home together from Atlanta, GA.
Tiger follows Michael Sam, as Missouri claims back-to-back honors
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Martin Brodeur, Dick Vitale, Kevin Demoff, Mike Kelly, Grant Paulsen, Dan McLaughlin & Jon Campbell
Martin Brodeur on Blues and his first win with the team, Dick Vitale on his new book and college basketball, Kevin Demoff and Grant Paulsen on Rams and Redskins, Mike Kelly on Mizzou Football and Jon Campbell on the legalization of sports betting.
Citrus, TaxSlayer, Liberty among the postseason possibilities for Tigers
Missouri’s star defensive end penalized for targeting Alabama quarterback.
22nd ranked Sooners had no trouble in BIg 12-SEC Challenge home game
#16 Missouri vs. #1 Alabama looks like a mismatch on paper, but…
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Chris Butler, Rick Hummel, Lou Korac, Kevin Demoff, Dan McLaughlin & Mike Kelly
Rick Hummel and Dan McLaughlin on Cardinals, Chris Butler & Lou Korac on Blues, Mike Kelly & Gary Pinkel on Missouri, Kevin Demoff on Rams and Bill Hancock on NCAA Football playoffs.
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.
A botched Missouri extra-point snap and a bobbled punt attempt that led to a safety helped Vanderbilt beat Missouri 19-15 Saturday night, depriving the former Big 12 school of its first Southeastern Conference win.
The Tigers lose their second official SEC game, and first on the road falling to 0-2 in conference play.