Keep Your Mouth Closed: The Lo-Down - 7/28Ken vents and all of the hazards at the Rio Olympics. Start of NFL training camp. A's and Giants Baseball. All that and More on The Lo-Down.
BBQ Fun - The Lo-Down - 7/8/16In the first hour the show starts out in the parking lot of KHTK studios for a BBQ for the listeners where the guys talk about the changes to UFC and other sports stories, and finish with Jason Jones talking about Kings Summer League. In the second hour of The Lo-Down the guys have an extra long 3 The Hard Way. In the final hour of the Lo-Down Sam Amick joins the show to talk about the NBA offseason and they end the hour talking about the events in Dallas last night.
Miami Player Gives Must-See Bat FlipJose Bautista may have opened the flood gates to some of the craziest bat flips.
Injuries Already Taking Toll For Fantasy Baseball Owners In 2016First, it was the Arizona Diamondbacks losing outfielder A.J. Pollock before the season even began, and now it's the Chicago Cubs losing catcher/outfielder Kyle Schwarber in the first week. The San Diego Padres also may have lost starting pitcher Tyson Ross for awhile. What do you do if these guys are on your roster?
Top Three March Madness Upsets Hosted In SacramentoSacramento may not have a local team with years of success in the NCAA march madness tournament, but the city does have a history of hosting the preliminary rounds of tournaments in the past.
The 5 Different March Madness FansHere's a preview of the type of March Madness fans you may see this month at your favorite sports bar.
Alabama's Derrick Henry Makes Mark Ingram Look TinyYesterday at the CFP Championship game, you would have thought Ingram was a hobbit.
John Calipari May Want $12 Million A Year To Coach Brooklyn NetsAccording Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Calipari is looking for a contract in the range of $12 million a year. More specifically, a 10 year, $120 million contract.
*Video* The Best CFP Championship Preview EverPredictions and previews of the game have filled sports media outlets for the past week, but this preview has taken predictions to a whole new level.
College Football Weekly Q&A: Tongue-In-Cheek Bowl GuideThis year there is a bumper crop of bowl games, from the Cotton Bowl to the lesser known “Sticky Change In The Bottom Of Your Car’s Ash Tray Bowl” when you add up all the bowls plus the added three for the championship, you get a grand total of 42 games. One couldn’t possibly watch ALL of them, so how do you pick the ones to watch? Here is Cody Stark’s guide to college bowl season.
College Football Weekly Q&A: Lessons Learned This SeasonAs the college football season wraps up we thought we would ask Cody Stark what we learned from the 2015 season.
Weekly College Football Q&A: Michigan State Vs. Alabama In College Football Semi-FinalTwo powerhouse teams, Michigan State and Alabama (both 12-1), face off Thursday in Arlington Texas at 5 p.m. PT on ESPN.