6a – 10a – The Coyote Morning Show with Crystal
3p – 6p – The James Clay Show

LISTEN TO CHRIS SCHNEIDER’S RENEGADE RADIO SPORTS UPDATES AROUND :30-:35 PAST THE HOUR, FROM 6:30 AM TO 6:30 PM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES BEAT THE LIGHTNING IN TAMPA WEDNESDAY NIGHT 4-3. THE BLUES ARE 1-1 ON THE THREE GAME ROAD TRIP WITH THE FINAL STOP IN DALLAS ON FRIDAY.
– BLUES ARE 15-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT STARS FRIDAY, HM TO PENGUINS SATURDAY, AT BLACKHAWKS MON, AT PENGUINS WED 12/4, HM TO TORONTO SAT 12/7

COLLEGE BASKETBALL ON THANKSGIVING THURSDAY HAS THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS TAKING ON NEW MEXICO IN THE CANCUN CHALLENGE.
ON FRIDAY THE MSU BEARS PLAY AT LSU.
ON SUNDAY THE MSU LADIES ARE AT HOME TO UMKC
THE MIZZOU MEN WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ON TUESDAY.

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS HAVE A 1 GAME LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS IN THE DIVISION STANDINGS AFTER OAKLAND LOST TO THE JETS SUNDAY. THE CHIEFS WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY THE RAIDERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE.
– CHIEFS ARE 7-4, RAIDERS ARE 6-5
– THE CHIEFS WILL HOLD A 1 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSE OUT THEIR SEASON ON THE ROAD FRIDAY AGAINST RIVAL ARKANSAS. THE TIGERS LOST THEIR FINAL HOME GAME OF THE SEASON LAST WEEK TO TENNESSEE.
– TIGERS ARE 5-2 AT HOME, 0-4 ON THE ROAD THIS SEASON
– MIZZOU IS 5-6, ARKANSAS 2-9
– KICK OFF IS AT 1:30 FRIDAY ON CBS

MISSOURI ST. (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD WITH A 51-24 LOSS AT HOME TO INDIANA ST. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL –
– Camdenton – season over (12-1 overall record)
– Lebanon – season over (9-3 overall record)
– Waynesville – season over (7-4 overall record)
– Rolla – season over (4-6 overall record)
– Osage – season over (3-7 overall record)
– Eldon – season over (1-9 overall record)
– Buffalo – season over (9-4 overall record)
– Versailles – season over (3-8 overall record)
– St. James – season over (0-10 overall record)