KYW's Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Mike Servedio interview Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake. Blake and the rest of the team had their first full day of training Tuesday as MLS preseason begins.
FBI Director James Comey says President Trump has asked him to stay on the job. CBS News Investigative Producer Pat Milton talks about Trump's decision to keep Comey, despite previously criticizing him for not filing charges against Hillary Clinton regarding her private e-mail server.
Oregon Ducks Football / Grayson Allen / Ben Roethlisberger l Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams Running Back joins the show l The Press: Russell Westbrook l Pacman Jones l Tom Brady fumble l Jim Harbaugh l Washington Wizards
Dr. Thomas Rakowski, Director of Hematology/Oncology at Valley Medical Group, Luckow Cancer Center in Paramus, NJ
Dr. Thomas Rakowski, Director of Hematology/Oncology at Valley Medical Group, Luckow Cancer Center in Paramus, NJ, explains the cancer drug Lynparza, how it works, and who it can help. www.valleyhealth.com
In the final hour of the Lo-Down the guys ask, "Which quarterback gains the most from a Super Bowl Win Tom Brady, or Matt Ryan"? The guys then started debating Peyton Manning's career. Finally, the guys end the show talking about Steve Kerr's thoughts on the players All-Star voting. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
In the second hour of the show the guys start with the news that Ben Roethlisberger might retire, and then get in to "Three The Hard Way." The guys then somehow got on to love songs, and Ken's dislike for 90's love songs. Finally, the guys ended the hour talking about the NCAA giving and "in season" look at Championship Brackets in February. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
The guys start the Lo-Down talking about the Kings win over the Pistons last night. Then the guys came up with the idea of a "Star Swap" in the NBA where a team could switch star players for a week to see how they would do on a different team. Next, the guys talk about both the Cavaliers and Warriors both losing last night. The guys finished the show talking more NBA talking about Russell Westbrook and James Harden's stat lines last night. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
Will Missouri become a one-plate state? KMOX Executive Producer Fred Bodimer received an award today from the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Missouri House Speaker Todd Richardson discusses the budget, cuts, and what lies ahead in this new session of the state legislature. NASCAR changes its point system to reward drivers within races. Native St. Louisan and former NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace explains the changes. Our Audio Cut of the Day features White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer discussing accusations of voter fraud by President Trump.
In today's podcast Doug discusses Ben Roethlisberger's comments on the possibility of retirement, why Lebron James needs to look in the mirror plus why is Duke struggling? Minnesota Viking TE Kyle Rudolph joins the show.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk to Charlie Ebersol, the director of the upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 titled "This Was the XFL," about the film and the impact the XFL had on major pro sports leagues that can still be seen today.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz continued to take calls and preview the New England Patriots Super Bowl matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. To close out the show, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.