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Should women be allowed to play in mens' sports?

Aug 20, 2013
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Women are increasingly petitioning for the right to play in male-orientated  sports, whether they form their own league or try to join in with the boys. This is raising a few questions, including whether or not this is safe.

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In this episode Jordan and Cooper talk about the NFL preseason, and then discuss Mark Cuban's comments on the Tonight Show, in which he called Bud Selig and Major League Baseball the mafia.

Mistakes by individuals hurting teams across all sports

Aug 6, 2013
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Riley Cooper made a racial slur, Johnny Manziel allegedly took money for autographs, and Nelson Cruz took PEDs; and now their teams are paying the price. Where will this go next?

LSC-winning coach to build new program

Aug 2, 2013
Jared Horn / Texas A&M University-Commerce

A&M-Commerce recently added softball to their stable of sports, and with that addition came a new head coach for the team.

Top 10 picks to win your fantasy league

Jul 30, 2013
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Check out our top 10 picks for this season, and take the next big step to winning your league.

Jerry is 'jonesing' for a team in L.A.

Jul 23, 2013
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According to Jerry Jones, the infamous owner of the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL is less than 10 years away from bringing a team back to Los Angeles.

Commerce quarterback planning for a real 'tiger' of a season

Jul 19, 2013
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Sam Wells, the starting quarterback for Commerce High School, called into the studio today to talk about the upcoming football season, his life here in Commerce, and what college he'll be taking his talents to.

More polarizing-Romo, Ryan, or Manziel?

Jul 16, 2013
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Johnny Manziel has more followers on Twitter than Texas A&M and the SEC combined, but is he the biggest of the big in Texas sports?

Sulphur Springs football coach is a 'wild cat'

Jul 12, 2013
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The state champion coach Greg Owens joined the Locker Room today to talk sports, life, and what really matters in coaching.

How young is too young?

Jul 9, 2013
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Eight Division 1 colleges are currently chasing a remarkable recruit. He's 6'1", weighs 215 lbs, and runs a 4.46 40. Oh, and he's just 15-years-old. Today the guys discuss how young is too young to be recruited by a school.

Are sports today too dangerous?

Jul 2, 2013
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In this episode Jordan and Cooper discuss the relative dangers of sports, as well as the dominance of the SEC in the college football world. Also discussed: the Texas Rangers, NBA free agency, and the Dallas Cowboys.

Drafts, free agents, and trades: the crazy off-season of the NBA

Jun 28, 2013
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This week Cooper and Taylor talk about the NBA Draft, Dwight Howard and other upcoming free agents, and a few trades made last night. Also discussed: the Texas Rangers, Wimbledon, and Aaron Hernandez.

Would you take him back?

Jun 25, 2013
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A few days ago 103.3 ESPN posed this question: If the Angels offered to trade Josh Hamilton back to the Rangers and absorb half of his contract, would you want him back? 

New host, new opinions

Jun 21, 2013
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Jordan Davis officially joined KETR's Locker Room on Friday, and sat down with Cooper and Big Chris for an on-air "interview". Also discussed: NBA & NHL Playoffs, the Texas Rangers, and Aaron Hernandez.

Mark Haslett

Tonight's anniversary of an ugly moment in baseball history provides a reminder that the past isn't any more innocent than our own time.

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