Jeff Stewart and Chuck Williams join Travis to discuss the 2013 Western Kentucky Polar Plunge. Jeff and Chuck provide all the important details surrounding the Plunge event, and they highlight its importance as the primary fundraiser for the community’s Special Olympics program. They explain the depth of the Special Olympics, sharing their insight on all of the ways the programs benefit its participants, and also they also illuminate just how many athletic events Special Olympics has to offer. Each guest has a special perspective to offer, with Jeff speaking as a parent and coach, and Chuck able to share the impact he’s seen from Special Olympics in his life-long dedication to the many children and adults it serves. We hope you will take the time to learn more about the Polar Plunge by clicking here, and we ask that you join us in supporting this wonderful organization.
Lead basketball analyst Ed Chapman breaks down Kentucky’s performance in the Wildcats’ road win at Ole Miss. Ed also takes a look at the difficult realities of conference play in college basketball, and he talks about Murray State being judged against its own incredibly high standards in the OVC. Ed provides his updated list of top Final Four contenders, and he examines how much contact should be allowed in basketball…and he discusses the way physical play changes the game.
The Paducah Sun’s Joey Fosko discusses new PED allegations directed at Alex Rodriguez, allegations that also point in the direction of other notable MLB players. Joe considers the best free agents still available with Spring Training just weeks away, and he shares his thoughts on the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
The Paducah Sun’s Joey Fosko takes a look at current state of district races in the First Region. Joe also provides a look at some of the biggest matchups on the schedule this week in western Kentucky, and he unveils the latest edition of the Foz-tastic Five.
The Paducah Sun’s Joey Fosko recaps the All-A state tournament appearances by Murray and Carlisle County, and he examines the First Region’s draw for the Sweet Sixteen. Joe takes a look at the new district alignment for the region that will take effect for the 2013-2014 school year, and he talks about the school’s most affected by the new lineups. Joe also considers the future of McCracken County basketball, and he chronicles the amazing career of Paducah Tilghman’s Chelsey Shumpert.
Lindy Suiter continues to address the state of the Racers, and he looks ahead to Murray State’s three-game homestand with Austin Peay, Belmont, and Tennessee State. Lindy also updates the seasons of talented Racers-to-be and takes his weekly look around at the OVC.
Lindy Suiter recaps Murray State’s 1-1 road trip to Tennessee Tech and Jacksonville State, and he also weighs in on the state of college basketball.
Scott Swalls joins Travis to talk about some of the most intriguing aspects of the Ravens-49ers Super Bowl.
Scott Swalls joins Travis to talk about the Super Bowl battle between the Ravens and 49ers, but first they discuss the future of the NFL.
Calloway County Lady Lakers coach Scott Sivills breaks down his team’s win at Lone Oak, and he talks about how important the win was for his club’s confidence as they ended a four-game losing streak. Coach Sivills highlights big performances from Summer Simmons, Bailey Brown, and Darien Maness, and he examines the little things that teams must do if they hope to have big-time success. Coach Sivills shares his thoughts on the continuing growth process of his team, and he talks about applying that growth to their Friday night matchup with Murray. He discusses the importance of the second round of the Crosstown Classic, and he addresses the things his team must do well to knock off the Lady Tigers.