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Sports Daily
Wichita's most popular local talk radio show is Sports Daily with Bruce Haertl and Shane Dennis. Listen live M-F 9am-11am on KFH!
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Bruce and Shane break down the Round of 64, which of the "tossups" will be blowouts and vice versa? UC Irvine takes on the Dean Wade-less Kansas State Wildcats. Oklahoma and Texas Tech are also in action from the Big XII. Top-seed Virginia looks to avoid another UMBC game against Gardner-Webb.
Minnesota defeated Louisville, 86-76 in the first round of the NCAAs. Lindsted, a former WSU assistant, will watch Minnesota play Michigan State in the round of 32. Minnesota, coached by Richard Pitino, knocked off Rick Pitino's old team in Louisville.
Ja Morant turned in the ninth triple-double in the NCAA tournament (since assists became an official statistic) as Murray State blitzed Marquette. Fletcher McGee nailed seven 3-pointers as Wofford coasted by Seton Hall. McGee has 509 3-pointers, most in NCAA history.
Shane and Bruce discuss the Auburn/New Mexico State zaniness. New Mexico State had a dead layup to tie (and later three free throws to win) and a three pointer in the corner in a span of three seconds and missed every chance. Auburn escaped, 78-77. Kansas had no such drama, dismantling Northeastern, 87-53. KU gets Auburn Saturday.…
Bradley has the best mascot in the NCAAs according to a recent poll; do the Braves have a prayer against Michigan State? Should Maryland be on alert against 11-seed Belmont? KU opens as a 4-seed in Salt Lake City against three-happy Northeastern. Two of the sharpest shooters square off in the Marquette/Murray State game, with Markus Howard and ...…
The guys discuss the Twitter question of the day
Bruce handicaps some of the first-day matchups in the NCAA tournaments. Can Yale (14) pull the upset on LSU (3) and the controversy surrounding the Tigers. Will New Mexico State be the trendy 12/5 upset special?
Play-by-play voice Geoff Haxton talks Red Raiders and their draw in Tulsa. Tech fell in the first round of the Big XII tourney. Can that be beneficial in the long run? Texas Tech made the Elite Eight a year ago. The Red Raider defense is among the most stingy in the nation.
In the span of a few hours, Wichita State won three different games Wednesday night. Gregg Marshall won his 500th basketball game, as WSU beat Furman, 76-70, in the opening round of the NIT. Baseball and softball both had to go extra frames against Kansas. Hunter Gibson hit a walk-off home run in the 13th to lift the baseball team, 3-2, while S ...…
Shane and Bruce kick around some prop bets from the NCAA tournament. Will a single player eclipse 41 points in a game? Can a team get to 100? What number seed will win it all?
Brian Hanni drops by, wary of the Huskies three-point shooting. Four Northeastern players have hit 50 or more threes this season, as the Huskies are 6 1/2 point underdogs in Salt Lake City. The last time Kansas was a #4 seed (2006), Bradley beat the Jayhawks in the first round.
The guys continue with college basketball as they discuss the Twitter poll of the day
Lee Sterling from talks sports wagering on the NCAA tournament. Is this comparable to the Super Bowl? Lee gives the listeners a few tips on filling out brackets. How safe a bet is Kansas against Northeastern? Can K-State survive without Dean Wade?
Bracket thoughts with Shane and Bruce. Longtime coach Fran Dunphy is done after the AAC's Temple lost to Belmont in the First Four in Dayton. Belmont's win was its first ever in the NCAA tournament and next up is Maryland. Also, legendary scorer Mike Daum from South Dakota State had his career end in Austin in a mostly-empty Erwin Center as Tex ...…
An extension worth $363.5 million will lock Mike Trout into an Angels career until he's 37. The new deal will have a full no-trade clause and no opt-outs. This puts to rest an offseason move to the Yankees or Phillies, while securing the most dynamic centerfielder in the AL West.
Shocker reporter for examines the job Gregg Marshall did with only 11% of major production returning from last season. How efficient was Samajae Haynes-Jones and Markis McDuffie REALLY? Was the Temple win the big factor in sealing a NIT bid?
More hoops as the guys discuss the Twitter question of the day
On the eve of the NCAAs, Wichita State's coach has a few disciples dancing. Minnesota, LSU and New Mexico State have a little WSU influence as they battle for Minneapolis.
The First Four in Dayton begins, featuring Belmont, a mid-major and at-large selection, and Temple from the AAC, under final-year head coach Fran Dunphy. The Ohio Valley Conference, where Belmont plays, owns a 6-28 in the first-round of the NCAAs. Temple's last game was a loss in the American Conference tournament to Wichita State. The opening ...…
The voice of the Wildcats discusses the health of Dean Wade, the reaction of the Cats loss to Iowa State in Kansas City and the pairing in San Jose with UC Irvine. Kansas State is a 4-seed in the NCAA tourney.
The guys dicuss the Twitter poll of the day
Shane and Bruce discuss the dos and don'ts when filling out your brackets. Is there and advantage to being the #1 overall seed? Is the 11 the new 12? How about a preseason unranked team as a high seed in the tourney; should we trust them?
WSU's strategic communications writer discusses whether Gregg Marshall (19-14) did his best coaching this season with a young Shocker team. WSU is heading to the NIT to play at Furman in Greenville, South Carolina. The Shockers lost in a close one in the AAC semifinals to miss the NCAA tournament for the first time in eight years.…
WSU's strategic communications writer discusses whether Gregg Marshall (19-14) did his best coaching this season with a young Shocker team. WSU is heading to the NIT to play at Furman in Greenville, South Carolina. The Shockers lost in a close one in the AAC semifinals to miss the NCAA tournament for the first time in eight years.…
The field of 64 plus Dayton is revealed. Six teams got in from the Big XII and four from the AAC. If Kansas gets to the Sweet 16, the venue is Sprint Center in Kansas City with a potential date with North Carolina and Roy Williams. NC State missed the tournament despite having a NET rating of 33. Temple, which had a NET of 56, will play in the ...…
What really matters at the NFL combine in Indianapolis? Jon, from, discusses free agency, the draft and who needs what in the NFL. Is Jon high on Kyler Murray as an NFL quarterback? Who's the can't-miss prospect in this spring's NFL draft?
Which AD will have the biggest challenge? The guys discuss the Twitter question of the day
Kansas beat Texas, 65-57 to head to the semi-finals against upstart West Virginia in the Big XII tournament. K-State overcame a sluggish start to eliminate TCU, 70-61. KSU faces off against Iowa State without Dean Wade, who is out with a foot issue.
WSU cruised past an out-manned ECU, 73-57 in the AAC tournament in Memphis. Four Shockers were in double-figures, led by Markis McDuffie's 15. The Shockers took care of business but Temple will provide a stiffer test. Is WSU a shoo-in for the NIT with 18 wins? An upset of Temple makes a 20-win season possible after a 8-11 start.…
Who would you rather have....Earl Thomas or The Honey Badger Tyran Mathieu? Bruce and Shane kick around the winners and losers in NFL free agency. Dallas and Houston have been pretty quiet while Oakland and Cleveland have made big moves.
Former KU football coach David Beaty is suing the university for his $3 million buyout. The suit alleges the university is "looking for something" that would keep Kansas from paying Beaty's remaining salary owed. Beaty left with a 6-42 record. What's the supposed NCAA investigation that Beaty allegedly didn't cooperate with?…
Bruce and Shane discuss the Twitter poll of the day, what school would have the most challenging turn around?
WSU is a heavy favorite to sweep three games from ECU at the AAC tournament in Memphis. Temple awaits the winner Friday night. Wichita State (17-13) is as hot as it's been all year, winning nine of 11.
TCU almost choked away a lead of 18 points in Kansas City. The Frogs beat Oklahoma State 73-70. Oklahoma came up a point short against West Virginia to end the Sooners' season. In Baton Rouge, Will Wade wants to resume coaching LSU even though he is under suspension after being caught on a wire tap about an "offer" to a recruit.…
Chiefs Radio Network's Dan Israel talks Dee Ford, Justin Houston, Tyran Mathieu and more in the Kansas City offseason. How does the change to a 4-3 affect a maligned defense in 2019?
Jayhawk voice Brian Hanni talks KU's "ceiling" in terms of seeding for the NCAA tournament. Can Kansas climb to a 2-seed? David McCormack has emerged over the last month as a force in the post. How does Kansas match up against Texas, KU's first opponent in the Big XII tournament in Kansas City.
Shane and Bruce discuss the Twitter poll of the day
Darron reflects on the life and tenure of Dr. John Bardo, the WSU president. Bardo died at the age of 70 from a chronic lung issue. Bardo is best known for Wichita State's Innovative Campus, building Shocker Hall and a YMCA on campus.
Odell Beckham, Jr has been traded from the Giants to the Browns, Dee Ford goes from KC to San Francisco and Le'Veon Bell has signed with the New York Jets. Who got better? Not many are arguing for the Giants after Landon Collins, Olivier Vernon and Beckham are now all gone.
Cuts, trades and signings in the NFL are on the horizon. Nick Foles to Jacksonville, Tyran Mathieu to KC and Terrell Suggs to Arizona are all expected to sign in the coming days.
Shane and Bruce look at who's on the bubble heading into these two conference tournaments. There are likely 16 teams from the two leagues going to the NCAA tournament. Oklahoma and TCU have the most to gain from the Big XII tournament in KC, according to Shane.
The guys discuss the Twitter poll of the day
Shane and Bruce discuss who's in and who has to do what in the upcoming conference tournaments. The ACC and SEC may combine for 16 bids this year. If the ACC gets three teams in the Final Four, it would only be the second time ever in NCAA tournament history (1985 Big East).
Markis McDuffie was named 2nd-team all AAC and Dexter Dennis was named to the All-Freshman team. WSU will play ECU in the conference tournament. Wofford, from the Southern Conference, takes a 20-game winning streak to the NCAA tourney. Iona, after starting the season 7-15, won 10 straight including the MAAC tourney title.…
Brown got himself out of Pittsburgh and traded to Oakland. Shane wonders how that is any better than Buffalo (besides the money), which he allegedly vetoed a move to earlier. Derek Carr is squarely in Brown's cross-hairs, as AB became frustrated with Ben Roethlisberger's act.
KU, as a 3-seed in the Big XII tournament, will be jockeying for position for a better seed in the NCAA's with a couple wins. Kansas beat Baylor on Senior Day, 78-70 and has Texas on Thursday. Is Kansas "built" for a long run in March?
Bruce and Shane discuss the Twitter poll of the day
The Red Raiders and Wildcats both took care of business on the league's final day. Dean Wade, Kam Stokes and Barry Brown all scored in double-figures on their Senior Day, winning 68-53 over Oklahoma. Stokes scored eight straight to begin the second half to help KSU pull away. Will Dean Wade play in the Big XII tourney?…
Dexter Dennis, a Louisiana native, hit his only field goal of the game, a 3-pointer with .5 seconds left to lift WSU to a win over Tulane, 82-79. The Green Wave entered with only four wins total an none in AAC play. WSU finished 10-8 in the American after starting 1-6 and secured the 6-seed in the AAC tourney. ECU is up next Thursday night as W ...…
Bruce recounts his time as voice of the Wichita Wings in the heyday of indoor soccer
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