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The lucky 22,153 fans that attended the Braggin’ Rights game in December 2005 were treated to a commemorative DVD celebrating the silver anniversary (that’s 25 years to the layperson) of the annual holiday showdown between the Missouri Tigers and Illinois Fighting Illini. Undoubtedly, many celebrated this milestone by forgetting the DVD below their seat in [...]

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Ah, those Antlers.  The wacky bunch designed to torment Mizzou opposition any way they can.  Whether it be giving out player’s phone numbers, prank calling the opposing head coach in the middle of the night, or just old fashioned shouting of obscenities, they’ve been an institution at Mizzou for over 30 years.  And no matter [...]

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Brad Thompson pitched five years for the Cardinals, but currently co-hosts the afternoon show on 101 ESPN. He's insightful, self-deprecating and has a cornucopia of Chris Duncan stories. That mix of talent is certainly worthy of the JoeSportsFan Show.

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Covering live events is not as easy as it looks. Anything can happen at any moment, just like in, well, real life. Sportscasters (unlike writers) have to be quick on the draw with witty and relevant commentary. Every once in a while though, you’ll see a play-by-play guy or analyst slip up or say something [...]

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Most of the world is unfamiliar with the name "Jake Lemmerman", the guy recently traded for Skip Schumaker. The internet probably nows Jake a little too well.

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It's bizarre that the "Pardon the Interruption" paradigm still has so much appeal, given that it first aired in 2001. It's not a unique concept. Dan Caesar is employed by the Post-Dispatch, there's very little chance that he'll look at his institution's new installment with a critical eye. Thus, we continue our series entitled, "Upon Further(er) Review".

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When we interviewed Rally STL head honcho Aaron Perlut in Episode 28 of the JoeSportsFan Show, he indicated that the ideas submitted by citizens of St. Louis suggesting ways to improve our city were already streaming in.  He wasn’t exaggerating.  Since the voting was opened on December 1st, ideas have been unveiled daily on the [...]

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On the "Bob and TJ Raines Show" this afternoon on 1390 AM, newcomer Randy Choate was asked about the little-known fact on his Wikipedia page. What transpired is pretty tremendous. Listen here.

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The intersection of old school talent with new school media is fascinating and the bar for uniquely-produced video in St. Louis needs to be pushed. We're excited for the release of Bryan Burwell's online video series, but cynical of the execution. Since the Post-Dispatch's own media critic is unlikely to document the evolution of this series, we're taking it upon ourselves to do so.

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St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn was the victim of what many believed was an extremely poor call when he was flagged for roughing San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 16-13 overtime Rams victory. The call was part of a drive that culminated in a field goal [...]

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