OTC: Only BeeBes Dribble Out Of B12 Talks

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22 Responses to OTC: Only BeeBes Dribble Out Of B12 Talks

  1. Anonymous says:

    What will JOJO say about MU and Mitchell? Should be fantastic

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jack and Lew. The fact that they both still have jobs says a whole lot about a whole lot of things not being right in the world.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Interesting that KK is out this week as his earlier reports look more and more like BS…..

  4. Anonymous says:

    Former Midtowner
    Greg — maybe Jason King doesn’t like having to do his job because he was so used to not having to do his job at the Star as the KU beat writer for so long. His “we didn’t talk to Lew because what we were told happened before his arrival” excuse is just laughable coming from anyone with any journalistic integrity or curiousity. The leftovers at the Star aren’t talking publicly because they like being employed. But privately they will tell you plenty: Management spiked the ticket-scandal story in 2006 to protect KU.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Every time I go to Oklahoma Joe’s and I see the Z-Man sandwich on the menu I kind of chuckle. I’ll bet 99% or more of their customers have no idea who Z-Man is or was. Kudos to Jeff Stehney for staying loyal to him and keeping the name.

  6. Anonymous says:

    you gotta wonder if KK just cooked that story when he found out how close 610 was getting.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Kia Zi
    Well, there’s another thing K.C. won’t have anymore. What’s wrong with the city officials? Why can’t they get anyone to stay here? How come everything good leaves this town? What the heck is going on?!

  8. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    The Z-Man sandwich looks like it includes pulled pork, pickles, and cole slaw. If they would add capers, sabel and cream cheese, they might really have something there. Sort of a cross between the Z-Man and the Larry David Sandwich, but holding the onions.

  9. Anonymous says:

    can’t say
    Why hasn’t Jason Whitlock made some sports equipment deal. Also he should have a sandwich named after him. Maybe a whole dinner platter.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Lew may be a victim. But anytime someone is the victim of blackmail, they did something wrong for people to blackmail them.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t you actually have a picture of the Z-Man when you reference it?

  12. Anonymous says:

    The sandwich that is….brisket, onion rings, provolone cheese.


    GH: Foiled by a Google search once again. I’ll get it corrected.

  13. Anonymous says:

    can’t say
    Speaking of provolone cheese. A Jimmy Johns finally comes to my neck of the woods. Go in and order a sandwich. They ask do I want cheese. I say sure “American.” They say they don’t have American. I say Ok how about Cheddar.” They said they don’t have cheddar.” “I say how about Swiss?” They say no swiss. WTF!!!!! Why did you ask me if I wanted cheese??? They say all they carry is provolone. WTF and you call yourself a sandwich shop/deli. ME NO SHOP THERE NO MORE.

  14. Anonymous says:

    This is sewious sewious sewious stuff…Lew uses all the cliches…My favorite “To be honest with you” which he used about 5 times yesterday. Like my Grandpa always said…Uhhh why wouldn’t you be honest with us?

  15. Anonymous says:

    From the looks of thing no wonder Z-Man had a stroke. Lay off those things. I remember when he had a show on 1250 and went on KCForum to inform the masses that he will be atop the sports talk world again because according to him, “He brings in ratings.”

    Well, a few months of boring radio later Z-Man was fired never to be heard from again!

  16. Anonymous says:

    donkey punch…
    don’t understadn the story…the recruit goes
    from a freshman to a senior…now thats
    accellerated learning…skipping 4 school years..
    the kid is a genius and will be great for MU
    when they jump to the big 10.
    but how in the world does a kid go from a
    freshman to a senior…and then gets recruited
    by mu? there’s something really wrong here.
    and if there is it’s time to clean house of
    whoever was involved.
    But how could this happen? Is someone kidding
    donkey punch…next year this won’t even bother
    you…because you wons’t care what happens to
    mu…..with those meetings it appears mu is
    waiting for an offer from the big 10.
    If it happens great…if not…we’ll suffer thru
    it with lowlifes like you.
    Whatever the case…i’m looking forwardto the
    next 10 years of mu-ku football…because
    ku is gonna be a whipping horse for the tige4rs…
    If they go to the big 10…great.
    If not…we’ll be happy but won’t ever reach
    our greatness in the big 12.

  17. Anonymous says:

    are we sure lou perkins wasn’t involved in that
    mitchel deal.
    Of course he would claim he was being
    blackmailed…and “to be honest with you”
    he’s a victim.
    Bye lou….don’t let the door hi8t you on the
    way out…
    YOU SO>

  18. Anonymous says:

    Good shout out to Doug Tucker, who finely exemplifies the (regretfully dying) wire service breed. While I would think Doug got a little face time with Perkins, that his primary consideration was what best served to inform the public at large reflects a journalistic value which is also shrinking. I’ve had my beefs with the AP over the years, especially in how it now delivers service to its client media outlets (I cuss the AP Exchange site with impunity), but the Great Plains Region has been well served by good reporters like Tucker and Steve Brisendine (formerly) in KC and R.B. Fallstrom in St. Louis.

    As for Lew, I don’t much care. He’s certainly been a good rainmaker for KU, but the ticket scandal questions either his interest or inability to handle a significant operational aspect of the position. If the allegations in the blackmail case are correct, the Perkins is not above using his position for off-the-books personal aggrandizement (the IRS may be very interested in this), as though the KU athletics program were his personal fiefdom rather than a high-profile (and expensive) extension of its overall mission. I don’t think he gets fired, but I suspect his superiors, like the University President oe Board of Regents, will have a little chat with him (“little” as in reading him the Riot Act).

  19. Anonymous says:

    Sorry for the typos; my year-old puppy was reading me the Riot Act for not playing with her — and she’s mostly American Husky, so she has a mouth.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Doug Tucker is a dying breed for a reason — he’s boring. Perkins was stupid for allowing Tucker to talk him into doing the news conference. Perkins was not prepared for it and it showed. He came across as a confused, doddering old buffoon.

    If Tony Mitchell can’t pass high school classes he does not belong in a Mizzou uniform. But, of course, that didn’t stop Darrell Arthur from starring for KU, did it?

  21. Anonymous says:

    BTW … what was the deal with 810 this morning? I was only in the car a few minutes but was forced to listen to that dipshit Fescoe because 810 was dead. Don’t they have more than their share of technical problems?

  22. Anonymous says:

    Somebody needs to create the Crimson and Blue Lewberry Margarita. It might not make you drop your drawers but it will make you lower your standards

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