Category Archives: Media

Big cuts at ESPN – those who got fired might be the lucky ones
April 26, 2017

Good people got fired today by ESPN – a company that appeared poised for nothing but sustained growth just a few short years ago. Getting the ax, or being told your role will be significantly reduced, is never pleasant, and we wish nothing but the best for pros like Paul Kuharsky, Eamonn Brennan, Ed Werder, […]

Indiana Basketball – Bob Knight wishes IU bosses dead
March 10, 2017

My Dad was a guy who liked to say outrageous things, and then when people became upset he never understood, “Why are they worried what I have to say?” I would think, “Words have power.”  I wouldn’t say it because you didn’t poke the bear. Amusing himself and the people who shared his unique wavelength […]

Interview with the cast of “Hoosiers” as much fun as I can have
November 18, 2016

On the worst day, being a sports talk radio host is a lot of fun.  On the great days, it’s magical. Today is one of those magical days. The Hickory Huskers are in Indianapolis to be honored tonight at Bankers Life Fieldhouse by the Indiana Pacers as they play the Phoenix Suns, and I spent […]

Top six reasons Voice of the Indianapolis Colts Bob Lamey should resign
September 27, 2016

Indianapolis Colts radio voice Bob Lamey turned loose an expletive at the end of the team’s win against the San Diego Chargers that is an absolute no-no for broadcasters. Bob dropped the big one, or more accurately an odd mutation of the big one with two suffixes that I’ve never heard before. Yep, Bob threw […]

Top six reasons why Paul Scruggs going to Prolific Prep is a fine idea
September 8, 2016

Southport High School’s Paul Scruggs is headed west – way west. The very talented guard who is being recruited by Indiana, Xavier, UConn, and others has decided to play basketball at a basketball academy/prep school in Napa, California for his senior year. This has basketball fans in a dither as they try to fathom why a […]