Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf previews Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey and talks about Gregg Williams as the Rams new defensive coordinator.
Sports Hub: Bob Nightengale, USA Today; Dave Sims, Westwood One Broadcaster; Cardinals Greats Larry Walker and Bruce Sutter; Dan Rolfes, Incarnate Word Academy Basketball Coach
Bob Nightengale of USA Today joined Claibs to discuss the A-Rod case. Dave Sims, Westwood One Broadcaster, talks about the upcoming weekend in the NFL. Larry Walker, Cardinal great, spoke with Claibs in Jupiter about […]
Thanks to big games by running back LaGarrette Blount and linebacker Jamie Collins, the New England Patriots are in the AFC Championship Game once again.
CBS Sports broadcaster Dan Dierdorf joins Mark and talks about his retirement.
NFL commentator who got his start in broadcasting at KMOX Radio is calling it quits after this football season.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films joins the show to review “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.”
Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne joins us to discuss the injury that will sideline pitcher Chris Carpenter for the 2013 season.
To commemorate the final evening of broadcasting at One Memorial Drive, some of our best sports alumni joined Scott Warmann to share their fond memories.
It’s Charlie’s and KMOX Radio’s last day of broadcasting from our location at One Memorial Drive. Charlie reminisces with Dan Dierdorf, Ron Jacober, Doug McElvein, Bob Fulstone, Carole Buck, Re Hardy, Mike Owens and Kevin Horrigan.
Listen in to The Sports Hub with your hosts, Scott Warmann and Mike Claiborne. Tonight’s first guest is NFL great who spent his time with the Titans, Eddie George. Kevin Allen, from USA Today, has a new book coming out and he joins the show to talk about it. Former St. Louis Cardinals football player, Dan Dierdorf talks to the guys… Who doesn’t want information on how you can get some player autographs? Dick Zitzman joins The Sports Hub to give you all the information you need. What would this show be without talking about the Blues. They are absolutely on fire. What will it take to keep this team going in the right direction?