Illinois State radio play-by-play man Dick Luedke, athletic director Larry Lyons, WDAY-TV sports director Dom Izzo and Redbirds sports information director Mike Williams.
Alabama newspaper columnist John Archibald joined the program today to talk about U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, who’s been accused of inappropriate behavior with teen-aged girls when he was in his 30s. Archibald says Moore will never quit the race. Also, WDAY-TV’s Kevin Wallevand; more ranting about the Fargo-Moorhead diversion; and the mushy mushiness of…
Are mixed vegetables allowed in tater tot hotdish? Host Mike McFeely says no, others say yes, and the rest is history. The beginning of the show is golden. Also, the F-M Diversion task force makes progress, but not much; and, will you let your kids play football?
Shameless plug alert. The Moorhead High School Theatre production of Aida is underway, playing the next two weekends at the school. Our daughter is a cast member. I’ve seen it four times already, because it opened last weekend. Go see it. The kids are very talented and the show is excellent. Don’t be scared off…
A letter to the editor in The Forum griping about fans standing at North Dakota State football games sparked a long discussion about etiquette at sporting events and concerts. Also, regular guest Clay Jenkinson makes his weekly appearance and comments on the Alabama U.S. Senate race and Republican candidate Roy Moore.