Monthly Archives: April 2014

OTC: Royals’ Ventura Wows Orioles / Mellinger On Rex Hudler / Is Kim Anderson Too Old School For DI?

“That (Yordano Ventura) kid’s special, to say the least. He’s got a 95-100 mph (fastball). His change-up I think is the pitch that keeps people off his fastball. His curveball was filthy. I don’t like to tip my cap but … Continue reading

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OTC: Kim Anderson Shoots & Scores In His First Presser As MU’s New Hoops Coach

“I’m excited to be your head basketball coach. This is a dream come true for me and my family. There is no other place OI would rather be than Columbia, Missouri. … Thanks for bringing me home.” Kim Anderson, in … Continue reading

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OTC: MU Names Homeboy Kim Anderson New Hoops Coach / Reaction To Hiring Is Not Surprising

“Kim Anderson may not but one of ‘hot names’ created by media every spring but this feels like a fit. You can’t get any more @Mizzou than him.” Fran Fraschilla, @franfraschilla, Twitter GH: Fraschilla couldn’t be more right – and … Continue reading

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OTC: MU Coaching Search Rumors Make For Bad Radio

“I didn’t watch the second half of the season to be honest with you. For me, I just want to see them play hard and give everything they’ve got. But they didn’t put effort out. This year was just hard … Continue reading

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OTC: Mizzou’s Search For Frank Haith’s Replacement Has Everyone Guessing / Chiefs’ Schedule Looks Rough

“Frank, don’t let the door hit you where the good Lord split you.” Carrington Harrison, after Frank Haith announced he would be leaving Missouri to be Tulsa’s head basketball coach, 610 AM GH: The overriding opinion from MU basketball fans … Continue reading

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The 118th Boston Marathon Was About People — Just Like The 117 Before

The Boston Marathon is special for its steep history, its fabled point-to-point course, the many well-known landmarks along the route and the great runners who have worn the champion’s olive wreath. This Boston though, will be remembered for those who … Continue reading

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The Boston Marathon Is Old, Stained And Unbreakable

I wrote and posted this column a year ago, following my experience at the 117th Boston Marathon. I hope you forgive me for revisiting this one. This one is special to me. ***** The finish line at the Boston Marathon is a … Continue reading

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