Oct 28, 2013; St. Louis, MO, USA; Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Koji Uehara (19) celebrates after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in game five of the MLB baseball World Series at Busch Stadium. The Red Sox won 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

KC Headlines: Andy Reid Baby, Ervin Santana, Ohio State Band Goes to the Movies


Red Sox 3, Cardinals 1 (Boston leads series, 3-2)

Last night ended in a pretty normal way which was pretty disappointing. I’m expecting a walk-off hit-by-pitch to end the series Wednesday night.

Seahawks 14, Rams 9

Seattle had 135 total yards of offense – 80 of which came on one play – and still beat St. Louis. It required a goal line stand from the Seahawk defense to complete the victory. St. Louis had five chances from inside Seattle’s six-yard-line to pull it off, but failed.


– Meet “Baby Andy Reid.” (Arrowhead Addict)

– Another take on the Ervin Santana problem. (Royals Review)

– K-State lands recruit Tre Harris. (Jug of Snyder)

– Breaking down Mizzou’s loss to South Carolina. (Truman’s Tales)

– A podcast preview KU basketball season. (Jayhawk Talk)


– What should reporters be learning in journalism school?

– Breaking down the weekend that was around college football.

– Daniel Snyder is scheduled to meet with Roger Goodell about renaming Snyder’s franchise.

– Adrian Peterson gave each of his offensive linemen a gift for helping him win the 2012 NFL MVP award. Kinda weird they all have Peterson’s name on them

– A great breakdown on MMQB on where football may be in ten year.


Okay, Ohio State Marching Band, we get it. You’re awesome. Can you stop killing nine minutes of valuable work time now? (Movie tribute featuring a T-Rex eating someone.)

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