Tag Archives: Bill Polian

Top eight truths about sports, media, and the unholy convergence of the two
June 1, 2016

One of my favorite axioms is that all people are idiots.  Sad, but true.  None of us knows enough about life to understand what the hell we are doing here. Some people achieve financial wealth, some experience a spiritual awakening, and others know that being nice to everyone they meet provides more happiness than any […]

Former Colts LB @CatoJune
January 6, 2016

Former Colts linebacker Cato June talked with Kent Sterling about the Colts’ decision to keep Chuck Pagano and Ryan Grigson, what’s important in a coach/GM-player relationship and more. Tweet

NFL Combine – What Did We Learn – and Does It Mean a Damn Thing?
February 25, 2014

by Kent Sterling The NFL Scouting Combine continues to exist, I suspect, because it always has existed and the coaches enjoy eating shrimp at St. Elmo’s and dancing at Ike and Jonesy’s. Players come to town to run and cut, throw and catch, and answer some very personal questions to gauge their ability to handle […]

Mixed Bag of Sports: Thawing Out From the Week
January 25, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger I’ve got various sports topics from this week in-hand. It’s time to address them before they melt in my clutch (a nod to the creative geniuses Rankin and Bass and their popular character, Heat Mizer -and a wish that warmer days were ahead). It’s Miller George Time! Yes, I somehow stayed up […]

Tim Tebow Released; Jets Figure Out What Merril Hoge Always Knew
April 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling Only one back-up quarterback in NFL history could claim a breaking news alert on ESPN for his release, and it happened today with Tim Tebow.  The New York Jets cut ties with Tebow this morning, and the coverage is just short of the death of a former president. The Jets drafted Geno […]

What I’ve Learned in St. Louis So Far
August 7, 2011

by Kent Sterling For seven weeks, I’ve been a St. Louisan as the program director of 101 ESPN – one of the best sportstalk radio stations in America.  This is the first move my family has made in 18 years, and the first time as bona fide adults.  There is a lot to know, and […]