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Chiefs take a breather while KU Bball prepares for season opener 

The Rush Hour 10.4.13

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College to professional football and basketball

Vobach Sportstalk 9.26.13

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Tate talks about deviance in sports and asks are we in the right place as a society in sports?

Friday Night Sports Express, 3/8

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Let’s look at KU’s regular season and their hopes going into March Madness

Friday Night Sports Express, 3/1

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The guys recap KU’s dramatic win over Iowa State, give their opinions on the Chiefs’ trade for Alex Smith and preview Saturday’s game against West Virginia.

World According to Sports #7

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The latest episode of the World According to Sports with Pat Strathman.

Friday Night Sports Express, 10/5

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What did our sports staff think about the KU-KSU football game? Listen to Friday’s show to find out

KC fans still with no reason to cheer

Matt Cassel leaves Sunday's 9-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a concussion.
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 With recent failures from the KC Chiefs and KC Royals, fans still are angry. By Dylan Gehlbach Let’s be honest here; Kansas City sports fans have to be some of the most fed up fans in all of sports.  You could say I have a bias, being from around the Kansas City area, but Kansas Citians may have more right to be upset than others with their two professional teams.  If you’re wondering why, let me walk you through it. We’ll start with the obvious: The Kansas City Royals.  Among a multitude of depressing facts, here’s what I can come up with.  First of all, the Royals haven’t made the postseason since 1985. 27 years….

The World According to Sports: Episode 4

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The latest podcast from KJHK’s Sports Director, Pat Strathman

Parity in Professional Football

Jamaal Charles rushed for 233 yards in the Chiefs' Sunday victory over the Saints.
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by dylan gehlbach At 2:15 p.m. on Sunday, Matt Cassel threw over the head of Jamaal Charles into double coverage resulting in an easy interception that would ultimately lead to the Saints leading the Chiefs 24-6 late in the third quarter of the week three matchup.  Immediately afterward, I left for work slamming the door behind me, shaking my head in frustration as the Chiefs appeared to be headed for an 0-3 start to the season. If the story ends there, Sundays are pretty boring. But the story doesn’t end there, folks. In fact, this is where the story picks up. Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs’ defense each put on a spectacular performance to will…