• 00:16

    BIG XII Softball Longhorns vs Jayhawks

    in Sports

    #175: Connie Clark, Head Coach, Texas Longhorns Softball, vists The Coach Roges Show to preview the upcoming BIG XII open between her Longhorns and the Kansas Jayhawks.  This will truly be a battle from the circle as the Longhorns will have Gabby Smith (who has also appeared at 3B) and Erica Wright who has looked very solid in her freshman campaign, while Alicia Pille continues to carry the Jayhawks in the circle.  The Longhorns will play their next home game on April 4, when they host Texas State. Coach Clark Twitter, Texas Twitter, Texas Facebook.

  • 02:01

    KANSAS PROGRESSIVE CAUCUS

    in Politics

    1st HOUR: Hear the complete audio of the Kansas Progressive Caucus meeting held March 7, 2015 during the Kansas Democratic Party's Washington Days, Topeka, Ks.


    2nd HOUR: Latest "across the pond"Friday Drivetime from Bristol Community FM radio

  • 02:03

    KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary date


     


    Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss during the 2nd hour all manner of Kansas small town life after these news stories.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description:



    Saudi Arabia and Iran wage proxy war in Yemen
    Pushing back for privacy via legislation and the courts
    U.S. Supreme Court considers limits on toxic power plant emissions
    Thousands of farmworkers strike against work conditions in Mexico’s San Quintin Valley
    Student/Farmworker Alliance announces Wendy’s boycott
    Zapatista sympathizers chased from land slated for tourism megaproject
    Swaziland unemployment spikes after removal from U.S. free trade pact


    Between the Lines Radio (30 min.)


    This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Friday 9am (CST)


    Descripton:


    "I think that the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign will greatly intensify. It will be incredibly even more difficult for defenders of Israel's apartheid regime to defend Israel in this new era. (Prime Minister) Netanyahu's election makes our job advocating for these campaigns much more easy."


    – Josh Ruebner, policy director with the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, on the outcome of the March 17 Israeli election.

  • 02:04

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary 23 March 2015


    Hear Rep. Bill Otto during the 2nd hour discuss the latest statehouse news.  Today's guest is Pine Bluff resident and community activist Frank Smith who made news last week in Kansas exposing the fracking industry induced earthquakes to the Kansas Corporate Commission regulators.


    Naomi Fowler's Taxcast with the Tax Justice Network (30 min. ca.)


    Description: In the March 2015 Taxcast: Democracy for sale: how our politics are heavily reliant on tax haven-friendly donors. Also, we ask: why is HSBC shutting down offshore accounts in Jersey? Are we in the final few years of the corporate income tax? Is Australia's exempting of big companies from new transparency rules a joke? Plus more scandal and analysis you won't find anywhere else.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description:



    Netanyahu back peddles; U.S. still to reevaluate backing Israel at UN
    Netanyahu reelection raises concerns in Gaza and renews calls for unity among Palestinans
    Regional elections in Spain will be first test for anti-austerity Podemos
    House Oversight Committee grills FCC regarding internet rule change
    Wrongful arrest leads TV producer to become law enforcement reform advocate
    Top Mexican journalist fired on heels of whistleblower platform’s launch


    Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature.

  • 02:02

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary March 16, 2015


    Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss during the 2nd hour all manner of Kansas small town life after these news stories.


    Counterspin (30 min.)


    Description: This week on CounterSpin: USA Today had one headline, "50 Years Later, Selma Still Inspires," paired with another reading: "Why Ferguson Reports Changed No One's Mind." Somewhere in there is a way for the media to talk about the fight over voting rights and black people's access to basics of democracy as an ongoing story, not just a historical one. We'll talk about voting rights--then and now--with Deborah Vagins, senior legislative counsel at the ACLU's Washington Legislative Office.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description:



    Shooting of two police in Ferguson comes amidst wave of resignations
    CIA Director announces major restructuring of the intelligence agency
    U.S. sanctions against Venezuela kick off a new round of diplomatic tensions
    From anarchists to bankers, Greece’s SYRIZA-led government digs in
    New party could be a ‘game-changer’ in Israeli elections
    Nigerians flee to Cameroon despite cross-border attacks by Boko Haram
    India’s ruling party moves to roll back protections for farmers facing land expropriation

  • 02:01

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary March 9, 2015


    Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)


    Description:



    Justice Department probe finds overwhelming evidence of racial bias in Ferguson, Missouri policing and courts
    National movement for police accountability renews interest in civilian review boards
    Homeless veterans in Los Angeles struggle for access to land donated to them
    Bedouin protest camp against eviction from sensitive E1 area near Jerusalem
    Displaced Zimbabweans still waiting for promised government compensation a year later
    Flood Wall Street case comes to a close in Manhattan (30 min.)


    Between The Lines radio news magazine:


    This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Friday 9am (CST)

  • 01:00

    Badgers, Wildcats, Blue Devils, Spartans reach Final Four, recap of the Elite 8

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap all of the Elite 8 games.  Four teams were cutting down nets, as they won they region: Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, and the Duke Blue Devils.


    Wisconsin struggled shooting, once again, in the first half. The second half was a different story, as it seemed, the Badgers could not miss from behind the arc.  Arizona stayed in this game by getting to the foul line; 30 times, and out rebounding the Badgers by one.  Sam Dekker iced the game, with a high arching three pointer with 20 seconds left, making the score 84-76.  


    Kentucky remained perfect, only after Andrew Harrison made two free throws, with 6 seonds left. Jerian Grant missed a three pointer from the corner, as time expired. In a back and forth game, Kentucky outlasted the Irish, 68-66.


    Tom Izzo is going back to the Final Four, for the seventh time. Louisville and Michigan State gave the fans, an extra five minutes, of basketball. As the media talked to Travis Trice, Denzel Valentine, and Brandon Dawson, without sharp shooter Bryn Forbes, the Spartans may have been watching the Final Four, from Lansing, MI. Forbes made 4 or 6 three pointers and finished with 14 points.  


    All-American Jahill Okafor was held to 9 points, on 4 of 10 shooting. However, the other four starters all scored, in double digits.  Led by Justise Winslow and Matt Jones, with 16.  Like Forbes, the Blue Devils should be putting the microphone, in Jones corner.  He buried 4 of 7 three pointers, and the Blue Devils took control of this game late, and never looked back.  


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:23

    Western Kentucky University Softball

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    #176: Amy Tudor, Head Coach, Western Kentucky University Softball, vists The Coach Roges Show, for the first time to talk about the state of the Lady Toppers and preview upcoming games against Conference USA foe Florida Atlantic.  This season, Western Kentucky is led by two Sr's both transfers from IPFW.  Miranda Kramer has really been everything for the team inside the circle season, earning her third consecutive C-USA Pitcher of the Week last week, while OF Larissa Franklin has shown her ability at the plate and in the field.  Franklin is also a member of the Canadian National Team and will be on Team Canada in Toronto for the 2015 Pan American Games.  Four SR's total moved from IPFW to WKU this season. Western Kentucky University Twitter

  • 00:30

    Mike on the Mic: Episode 8 - NBA MVP talk, Kentucky - 31-0, March Madness & more

    in Sports

    On Saturday, er ... Sunday morning, host Mike Whitlow discuss a ton of hoops, starting with the NBA MVP race. Who is the NBA's Most Valuable Player right now? From the pro hardwood, to the college hardwood: Kentucky runs the regular season table and the Madness is approaching. Mike will get into the Syracuse situation, a little baseball and much more!


    Tune in for Ep. 8 of Mike on the Mic!

  • 01:29

    Kansas Grudge Racing

    in Automotive

    Racing from the state of Kansas. Hosted by Reggie(blazaboy)

  • 00:14

    Jayhawk Invitational Preview Kansas

    in Sports

    #169: Megan Smith, Head Coach, Kansas Softball, visits TCRS to discuss upcoming games against Northern Colorado, Idaho State and Nebraska-Omaha at this weekend's Jayhawk Invitational.  During the 2014 season, Smith guided the Jayhawks back to the postseason with Kansas’ first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2006. KU opened the Columbia Regional with a 3-1 upset over No. 19 Nebraska, which marked the second victory over a ranked opponent in 2014. The first win over a nationally-ranked foe was a 7-5 win over No. 8 Kentucky. The wins extended KU’s streak to five-straight seasons under Smith where the Jayhawks have defeated an opponent in the Top 25 polls. Kansas concluded its fifth season under Smith with a 34-23 record, which marked the fourth-straight 30-win season for the Jayhawks in the Smith era.


    Kansas garnered several honors at the conclusion of the 2014 season. Sophomore shortstop Chaley Brickey was selected to the All-Big 12 Second Team for the second-straight year and was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region First Team, while junior first baseman Maddie Stein was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team. Five Jayhawks earned Academic All-Big 12 honors in 2014 including senior Alex Jones, who earned her third first-team honor, while Stein collected her second first-team honor. Junior Chanin Naudin earned academic honors from the Big 12 for the second-straight year. Junior Alicia Pille and senior Nikki Bruce earned their first career Big 12 academic accolades. Jayhawks Twitter, Jayhawks Facebook.

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