Category Archives: sports

  1. Goose bumps

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    April 8, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Arenado home run to win opening day game for the Cards. From the crack of the bat to the curtain …
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  2. Me and Coach Roy

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    April 3, 2021 by jacklovelace

    When I was editor of the newspaper in Overland Park, Kansas, I was a Mizzou diehard in a nest of …
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  3. Bull rush to the basket

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    April 1, 2021 by jacklovelace

    After watching a lot of college basketball recently I reached two conclusions to improve the game. One, previously noted, it …
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  4. Ugh, end of game timouts

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    March 27, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Simple rule change to make for a way way better basketball game in the final two minutes. Don’t let coaches …
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  5. Chiefs thin, thick, super

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    January 30, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Our family moved to Kansas City from St. Louis around 1990, and we lived in Kansas City for the next …
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  6. Every once in a while…..

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    January 26, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Like any good sports fan, I’m mostly full of shit, running from one side of the boat to other ready …
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  7. Talk about turn it down

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    January 22, 2021 by jacklovelace

    When Stephen A Smith is in full blast mode on ESPN I turn the volume down to 1. And I …
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  8. Moon Man is my man

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    January 14, 2021 by jacklovelace

    I A column in the Post Dispatch that this might be Mike Shannon’s last year in the radio booth. I …
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  9. Offensive blind spot at MU

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    December 31, 2020 by jacklovelace

    A Mizzou basketball frustration. Martin’s blind spot on caring about offense is puzzling. Defense gives you a chance to win. …
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    November 10, 2020 by jacklovelace

    Football coaches love secrecy. Nothing makes them happier than not announcing who their starting quarterback is going to be. Covid …
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