Today the guys discuss what needs to happen for soccer to become a major sport in the U.S., and their 'Mount Rushmores' of sport. Also discussed: the NBA Finals, the NHL playoffs, and the Texas Rangers.
Taylor and Ryan are out of town, so KETR's Kevin Jefferies and Mark Haslett joined Cooper Welch on the Locker Room today to discuss some big sports questions, and talk a little NBA and NHL playoff action.
According to a recent article published on Deadspin.com, in 40 out of 50 states coaches are the highest paid state employees. The guys discuss what this means economically, socially, and morally, and then end the show with a discussion of the Texas Rangers' current situation.
Today the guys sat down with new Assistant Athletic Director for A&M-Commerce, Josh Jorgensen. They also discussed the surprisingly competitive NBA playoffs and the recent losing streak for the Rangers.
The Cowboys' draft didn't go as many expected, and a lot of fans aren't very happy with it. The guys grade the draft for the Cowboys and the NFL as a whole, then talk about Jason Collins and the NBA playoffs.
The past four seasons, the team to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Philadelphia home opener has gone on to win the Super Bowl that season. This year the San Diego Chargers face the Eagles in their home opener. Will the streak continue?