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Posted: Tuesday, April 25th, 2006, 9:03 AM • Permalink
It is with heavy heart today that I do my show! One of my good friends, Doug Anderson passed away yesterday morning at the age of 44. Doug was a local attorney here (my attorney) and one of the great people you would ever meet. He had a very special spirit about him. I will miss the guy very much. If you knew him, you would say the same thing! RIP Doug Anderson.

Today on the Show: We discuss the role of women in sports. Did K. Hernandez have a good point or is he a chauvanist pig?

Also, I've gotten my hands on some financials regarding college sports. I've got some cross comparisons between conference and other major college schools that will be mind boggling.

Glen Gilbeaux will be by at some point today to break down LSU's chances of competing next year in the rugged west. Ought to be a real dogfight in the conference.

Sorry I've given you a crummy entry today. My mind is elsewhere!



BTW: Big announcement comes on Friday that will affect my show in a profound way. Stay tuned.
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