Cincinnati's legendary sportscaster, Ken Broo, offers his unique views and opinions on the world of sports. The NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA and major college sports are just a few of the topics Ken deals with in each episode. For the latest on the Bengals, Reds, UC, Xavier and more, download this podcast!
In this episode, Ken is tackling two topics. One is that imperfect perfect game and whether or not Bud Selig should have overturned umpire Jim Joyce's ruling. Denny Knobler, the national writer from cbssports.com joins Ken to discuss that. Also, the landscape of college football is about to change forever. Joining Ken later in this episode is Pete Fiutak, the national writer for College Football News
In this episode, Ken talks about the red hot start of the Cincinnati Reds with USA Today national baseball writer, Bob Nightengale. Also, with the World Cup starting in just a few days, Ken gets the latest odds on who'll win, who'll be the Cup MVP and which teams are the most likely to get into on field fights from Damon Durante of BetUS.com. For the best in sports, check out Ken's web site: www.kenbroo.com
In this episode, Ken is joined by Jack Bechta, player agent and columnist for the www.nationalfootballpost.com Jack has a startling stat: 75% of all NFL players are broke 3-5 years after leaving the game. Get the best in sports on Ken's web site: www.kenbroo.com
In this episode, Ken Is joined by Tom Deinhart from www.rivals.com. Tom and Ken discuss the changing landscape of college football and how the Big 10's expansion plans could affect schools like the University of Cincinnati. For the best in sports, check out Ken's website: www.kenbroo.com