Category Archives: Featured Story

Sportstalk hosts do society a huge solid when they stick to sports
July 8, 2020

Some people do not deal well with stress.  Given recent events, that seems to be the mantra of 2020. Covid-19 changed our lives in ways we never anticipated.  Some gravitate toward the worst possible news of the Covid spread, and others embrace great news, whether it exists or not. Because of the effect of Covid, financial […]

ESPN Radio will try to get back mojo in lineup shuffle that cans Golic & Wingo
July 7, 2020

Radio is easy to dismiss for a giant media company like ESPN, but they weren’t going to sit idly by and watch their lineup founder as affiliates continued to shave hours of network programming. So when the network debuts its new lineup on August 17, morning drive team Golic & Wingo will be ghosts.  The show […]

Khristian Lander reports to Bloomington and it’s silly that I know it and care
July 6, 2020

A kid who should be headed back to Evansville Reitz High School for his senior year reports to Indiana University’s campus, will begin workouts with the basketball team, and it is news. It’s more than a little creepy that a fanbase is so totally engaged in the comings and goings of a college hoops program […]

Disgraced Iona basketball coach Rick Pitino turns dopey epidemiologist
July 2, 2020

Not sure how it happens, but some college basketball coaches seem to believe they know as much about societal issues as they do about basketball.  And they like to share that self-conferred wisdom. Iona’s Rick Pitino falls into that large pile of self-immersed bloviates. Yesterday, Pitino put on his epidemiologist cap and tweeted: Suggestion to the […]

Either Boomer Esiason is wrong or some college football coaches are evil incarnate
June 30, 2020

Clemson Football has 37 players who have tested positive for COVID-19 – roughly one-third of Dabo Swinney’s Tigers.  That’s a huge percentage if his program is paying attention to protocols for safety. It’s easy to make an assumption or two, start connecting dots, and come up with an intriguing and (hopefully) ridiculous conspiracy theory about why Clemson’s infection rate has risen […]

With one day remaining as IU AD, Fred Glass has checked all boxes
June 29, 2020

  There has been a heaping helping of good and a small portion of not so good during the 11 1/12 years Indiana University Athletic Director Fred Glass has been on the job. Glass has one day left until his resignation takes effect and Scott Dolson takes the role he has coveted through his tenure as Glass’s lieutenant. The bar […]