It’s The Sports Hub with Scott Warmann. Scott’s first guest is from CBSSports.com and the broadcaster for the Mizzou Tigers, Gary Link. The Tigers were stunned by K-State, losing 78-68. The Sports Hub’s next guest is the Boston Bruin’s broadcaster, Dave Goucher. The St. Louis Blues face off against the Bruins tomorrow night at 7PM. The Blue Note look to rebound after a disappointing loss to the Blackhawks on Sunday. Jim Thomas also joins the program to talk about the Rams. The Rams are still currently putting together their coaching staff. Also hear a variety of Cardinals’ Spring Training coverage.
Kevin talks St. Louis sports with Ken Hitchcock, Max Scherzer, Mike Decourcy, and Sean Casey.
The Sports Hub gets a little mix of Blues’ post game reactions. The Blues end up on the winning end against the Devils, winning 4-3 after a shootout. Brian Elliott’s performance shined, replacing Halak, after Halak let up 3 goals. Elliott shut the Devils down and sealed a Blues’ victory. Continuing with hockey, ESPN anchor, John Buccigross, joins The Sports Hub and talks to the guys about the Blues and what’s going on around the NHL. Tonight’s next guest is from Nationalfootballpost.com, Wes Bunting. Moving forward to Mizzou Tigers’ football, Tigers’ Wide Receiver coach, Andy Hill, talks to the guys about the upcoming year in college football for the Tigers. Tonight’s final guest is is Major League pitcher, Max Scherzer, to talk some baseball.
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.
It’s The Sports Hub with your host, Scott Warmann. Tonight’s first guest is the Blues President, John Davidson. John discusses what to look forward to after the All-Star game festivities come to a close. Later in the show, from the St. Louis Post Dispatch and new edition to the KMOX Sports Team, Jim Thomas, joins The Sports Hub. Jim sits down with Scott to cover all the football news out there, especially with the Superbowl right around the corner. Tonight’s final guest is Pat Forde, who covers sports for Yahoo.com. Listen in, you’re going to learn something.
On tonight’s Sports Open Line, Kevin talks to College Basketball Bracketologist Jerry Palm about Mizzou’s ranking. The St. Louis Blues have quite a break with the All-Star game in just a couple days, and won’t return to action until February 3rd. Host of Hockey Central on Sportsnet in Canada, Jeff Marek, joins the show to talk about whether the Blues will have enough to stay on top of the standings. Kevin moves onto baseball and talks to Craig Calcaterra of HardballTalk on NBCSports.com.
With the NFC and AFC Championship games on this Sunday, it’s only right to start the show off with football. From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jim Thomas, talks to Kevin about the Rams’ deal to play one home game each year for the next three seasons in London. This announcement has some pretty negative reactions. How will this effect the St. Louis economy? Also joining Kevin is Cleveland Browns’ linebacker, Scott Fujita. Scott talks about Team Gleason. A foundation dedicated to the former NFL Safety, Steve Gleason. Steve was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Later in the show, Kevin let’s KMOX listeners chime in on the news of the Rams playing in London. In the final hour, Kevin discusses the big news with the St. Louis Blues. Finally, they may have reached the agreement to bring in a new owner. Listen in to find out who. Tom Ackerman had a chance to sit down with St. Louis Billikens head coach, Rick Majerus. Tonight’s final guest is the radio analyst for the Missouri Tigers, Gary Link. The Tigers are battling Baylor this Saturday for the Big 12 Conference.
Sports Open Line starts off with CBS Sports radio host, Tim Brando. Kevin and Tim talk about the upcoming Bowl games in college football. If there’s anyone who knows anything about college football, it’s Mr. Brando. Just can’t get enough college football? Senior national college football writer for Rivals.com, Tom Dienhart, joins the show. Which bowl-game should you be paying attention too? To close out Sports Open Line, St. Louis Post Dispatch sports’ writer, Jeremy Rutherford, talks Blues’ hockey.
Kevin Wheeler brings you a smorgasbord of sports news. Joining Kevin first is baseball collumnist from CBSSports.com, Scott Miller. Also, Mizzou Tiger’s Basketball coach, Frank Haith, joins the Sports Open Line. Sticking around the world of Tiger’s sports, special assistant to the athletic director, and as color commentator on the Tiger Network, John Kadlec, joins the program. You won’t want to miss this!
Kevin talks about hockey with the Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong, Albert Pujols leaving the Cardinals with former Cardinals player Lou Brock, the Milwaukee Brewers’ bad luck with Doug Russell, and college sports with Jeff Goodman.