This CLASSIC roast is a staple in #BTPSports history. Sports Director Richard Walker goes on an unscheduled, no holds barred rant about Mike Francesca, Boomer Esiason and the state of Ohio, live on the air. Fair Warning – this is was from our internet radio broadcast, and we weren’t bound to FCAA regulations…(Not Appropriate For Workplace) ...
The now viral video of Summer Tapasa-Sataraka, better known as the Best Buy loss prevention officer who was seen man-handling an attempted thief, has led her to the opportunity of a lifetime. This is Summer. She stopped this punk from getting away with stealing from BestBuy in Hawaii. She got fired for this. Flying her in this weekend and giving her tickets to the McGregor vs Cowboy fight. I WANT HER TO WORK FOR ME! Get ready for the best weekend of your life Summer pic.twitter.com/8yF5FLrlnU— Dana White (@danawhite) January 10, 2020 UFC president...Continue reading »
As the Michigan Wolverines close out yet another disappointing season with a loss to Alabama in the 2020 Citrus Bowl, The Wolverines continue to cling to the pipe dream that Jim Harbaugh, the once proud and legendary quarterback who led them to iconic wins such as a huge upset in the 1986 Fiesta versus the then-mega powerhouse Nebraska Huskers, can translate that success to the sidelines as commander in chief of the program. It simply hasn’t happened. To be frank, they haven’t gotten anywhere near success as defined by Wolverine standards during the Harbaugh...Continue reading »
Freshman Cory Munson kicked a career-long 52-yard field goal with no time left to give Western Kentucky a 23-20 victory over Western Michigan in the First Responder Bowl on Monday. The Hilltoppers (9-4) drove 36 yards in 27 seconds before Munson kicked his third field goal in four tries. The game appeared headed to overtime when Ty Storey’s desperation heave was knocked down by the Broncos. The Broncos were hit with a five-yard defensive substitution penalty and Munson were awarded an untimed down after a video review determined that Western Michigan had...Continue reading »
New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame inductee Vaughan Johnson died Thursday night in North Carolina after battling kidney disease for several years and lung failure most recently. Johnson was 57. Johnson was chosen by the Jacksonville Bulls in the 1984 USFL Draft and played for the Bulls in 1984 and 1985. Johnson was also chosen by the New Orleans Saints 15th overall in the 1984 NFL Supplemental Draft of USFL and CFL Players. He would join the Saints in 1986 after the USFL folded. Johnson played with the Saints for eight seasons (1986-93). He made the Pro Bowl...Continue reading »
In the latest chapter of jackassery involving the Dallas Cowboys, Kicker Brett Maher, who has missed 5 of his last 6 FG attempts, stated in the post game press conference. Yes, he actually said that per Mike Fisher. Lovely times in Cowboys country, eh? Maybe on his next attempt, the holder will place the laces out for the L that he tries to kick. #BTPSports #KCAARadio #CowboysNation ain’t gonna believe #Cowboys K Brett Maher’s statement tonight: ‘I hit every ball pretty well tonight. I’ll put my head on the pillow tonight feeling good about I did this...Continue reading »
CM Punk made it abundantly clear that he is not a Hulkamaniac, something he reinforced in a new interview With Windy City LIVE. In the video, which you can see below, Punk answered a series of questions about his career and when asked who his favorite wrestler was growing up, said “‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper, hands down.” The interviewer said that he thought that he would pick Hogan, saying, “Everybody loves that guy!” Punk said “No, I wasn’t a Hogan guy.” When asked if he’s met Hogan, he said, “I met him, and I like him even less now.” After...Continue reading »