CBS Sports' Tony Romo And Bill Cowher On AFC Championship GameTHE NFL ON CBS lead analyst Tony Romo and THE NFL TODAY analyst Bill Cowher shared some thoughts on this weekend's AFC Championship between the Jaguars and Patriots.
Which Rookie Head Coach Will Cause The Biggest Turnaround?The NFL on CBS team takes a look at which rookie head coach could cause the biggest turnaround in 2017.
Going Out With A Bang; The Drive - 04/12/17Dave, Kayte, and Nate talk Kings, the NFL Draft, San Francisco Giants baseball, and more on The Drive.
Sean Salisbury on The Drive - 04/12/17Sean Salisbury joins Dave, Kayte, and Nate on The Drive.
Tony's Big Break: The Lo-Down - 4/11On the Tuesday edition of the Lo-Down the guys cover everything from the NBA, NFL, and MLB. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
The Masters; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 4/7On the Friday edition of The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie, The Master's golf tournament is into the 2nd round and the fellas discuss all of the movement on the leader board. Plus Lakers TV analyst Stu Lantz joined the fellas to break down the Kings and Lakers matchup.
Richard Deitsch Joins The Lo-Down - 4/5Richard Deitsch, Sports Illustrated Media Reporter, joins the Lo-Down to talk about Tony Romo joining CBS, and what type of work goes in to a move like that.
It's So Hard To Say Goodbye... - The Lo-Down - 4/4On the Tuesday edition of the Lo-Down the guys talk about Tony Romo signing with CBS, the College Basketball Championship, and the NBA. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
Drew Davison Joins the Lo-Down 4/4In the final hour of the Lo-Down Drew Davison, Dallas Cowboys Beat Writer for the Star Telegam, joined the Lo-Down to talk about Tony Romo's move from the field to the broadcast booth.
AYYYYYYYY's; The Drive - 04/04/17Dave, Kayte, and Nate recap the NCAA Tournament, last night's Oakland A's win, and more on The Drive.
AP Source: Cowboys' Romo Retiring, Headed To Broadcast BoothTony Romo is retiring rather than trying to chase a Super Bowl with another team.