Derek Jeter and Larry Walker are into the Hall of Fame, and I would have probably voted for 10 others.
Seven Points on the Chiefs, Alex Gordon, the LC/Creston charge call, McGregor/Cowboy, a great tweet from the AL volleyball account & this week's jam-packed schedule.
Random Thoughts on the cheating Astros, Bellevue West/Dowling nixed by the NSAA, Burrow and Nebraska facts, how it looks like Fran is going to outlast Prohm after all and much more.
The latest KMAland Basketball Power Rankings show the St. Albert girls as the new No. 1 in the 1A/2A rankings and big moves for the IKM-Manning girls and Exira/EHK boys.
The decade is coming to a finish, and there were some outstanding basketball players in the Hawkeye Ten Conference during the 2010s.
Lewis Central is on top and ahead of last year's pace following the fall season in the race for the 2019-20 KMA Sports Hawkeye Ten Conference Cup.
The end is near for Jason Garrett, but that doesn't mean Dallas is going to suddenly be awesome + other JHRE AOTW candidates, the KMA Hall of Fame, I'm a wrestling dad & more.
Seven Points on things starting to turn my way, it's Hall of Fame week, the wild Big Ten, who should be No. 1 today in CBB and more.
The Harlan and St. Albert girls and East Mills boys are new to the latest KMAland Basketball Power Rankings while Glenwood's boys take over No. 1 in 3A/4A and the Audubon girls and Nodaway Valley boys make the biggest leaps.
Random Thoughts on the first eight basketball dates of the season, Iowa/ISU, UNI football and hoops, UNK volleyball, Nebraska volleyball and more.
The latest KMAland Basketball Power Rankings welcomes the Creston and Underwood girls and the Harlan, IKM-Manning and CAM boys to this week's poll.
The All-KMAland Boys Cross Country Team boasts a state champion, two state runners-up, six state medalists, three conference champions and a whole host of wins throughout the regular season.
The final Winter Sports Preview goes to the Bluegrass Conference boys basketball league where Ankeny Christian and Mormon Trail still look to be the top two teams in the league.
The Missouri River Conference had two state tournament teams last year. Those two teams figure to again battle for the league crown in 2019-20.
With a great senior class gone and graduated, the door is open for a new face to take the Rolling Valley Conference boys basketball title.
The Pride of Iowa Conference will likely be led by the very same teams that led the way last year with an edge to Martensdale-St. Marys.