Mizzou beat writer Tod Palmer is joined by columnists Blair Kerkhoff and Vahe Gregorian to discuss a momentous 10 days for the Tigers men's basketball program.
Kansas City Star reporter Jesse Newell is joined by C.J. Moore of Bleacher Report as the two discuss the latest with Kansas basketball. What's the best case offseason scenario for the Jayhawks in 2017-18? And will Devonté Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk return? The two also give their final thoughts on KU's season-ending loss to Oregon before answering questions from a full Twitter mailbag.
The Star's Terez Paylor drops in during the middle of free agency to chat with Turron Davenport of Eagles Wire to get the low down on Chiefs receivers coach Greg Lewis and defensive tackle Bennie Logan, both of whom spent 2016 in Philadelphia. The two also chat about the Senior Bowl and prospects (Josh Dobbs?) that might be nice fits for the Chiefs in this year's draft.
Kansas City Star reporter Jesse Newell is joined by C.J. Moore of Bleacher Report as the two discuss the latest with Kansas basketball. What did the Jayhawks do well against Michigan State? And what should fans watch for when KU takes on Purdue? The two also take Twitter questions, discuss Dwight Coleby and conclude with a reading of rap lyrics.
Kansas City Star writer Jesse Newell is joined by C.J. Moore of Bleacher Report as the two discuss the latest with Kansas basketball. Who are C.J.'s picks for all-Big 12? And what should fans look forward to with the Big 12 Tournament? The two also go over Twitter question topics, which include the worst second-round NCAA matchups for KU and Frank Mason IV.
Missouri beat writer Tod Palmer and Kansas City Star college sports columnist Blair Kerkhoff discuss Missouri's decision to fire Kim Anderson and where the program goes from here.
Just weeks after celebrating his 90th birthday, legendary Kansas City Royals scout Art Stewart began his 65th year in professional baseball. On Monday, he joined Kansas City Star columnist Vahe Gregorian and myself for a conversation about his first 64 years in baseball, his days cleaning the bleachers at Wrigley Field as a child in Chicago, and his role in helping the Royals sign Bo Jackson.