Son of former St. Louis U. coach Charlie Spoonhour was recently coaching at Moberly Junior College.
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John Davidson is in for Ken Hitchcock, Tom Ackerman talks about Charlie Spoonhour, John Mozeliak talks Spring Training, plus Kevin Demoff and Jim Thomas join the show from Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
St. Louis University’s Billikens laid 50 points on St. Bonaventure Wednesday night at in the SECOND half and sent the Bonnies home, 86–62 in an Atlantic 10 game. Charlie Spoonhour would have been proud. It was his kind of basketball game.
Scott Warmann and Chris Kerber host The Sports Hub, and kicking off the show is Blues’ play-by-play man, Kelly Chase. Chase shares his thoughts on where the Blues stand and what they have to do to keep competing and also talks about his relationship with Charlie Spoonhour. Tom Ackerman gets a chance to talk to West Virginia Coach, Bob Huggins, about the life of Charlie Spoonhour. With the Super Bowl this weekend, analyst for CBS Sports Boomer Esiason, joins the show to share his thoughts on the biggest football game of the year. The Hub also receives some interesting calls and texts, which has made this edition of The Sports Hub one to remember.
A college basketball head coach for 19 seasons with Missouri State, SLU, and UNLV, Spoonhour had a 373-202 overall record with eight NCAA Tournament appearances.
” On Charlie Spoonhour’s caring bridge website, his family says they have permanently relocated to Chapel Hill because of the long rehab process.”