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.

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TOOK CONTROL OF THE DIVISION RACE WITH A COMMANDING 40-9 WIN AT HOME OVER THE RAIDERS. THE CHIEFS JUMPED OUT TO A 21-0 HALFTIME LEAD AND CRUISED TO THE WIN. THE CHIEFS HAVE A 2 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS. KC TRAVELS TO NEW ENGLAND NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR A REMATCH OF LAST SEASON’S AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
– MAHOMES THREW FOR 1 TOUCHDOWN AND RAN FOR ANOTHER
– MCCOY, THOMPSON AND MAHOMES ALL RAN FOR TD’s
– KELCE HAD 5 CATCHES FOR 90 YARDS, HILL 5 CATCHES FOR 55
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME

FORMER MIZZOU STAR QB DREW LOCK PICKED UP HIS FIRST NFL WIN IN THE BRONCOS VICTORY OVER THE CHARGERS. LOCK THREW 2 TOUCHDOWNS IN THE WIN. LOCK WAS THE BRONCOS 2ND ROUND PICK, THIS WAS HIS FIRST NFL START.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SUNDAY SAW THE MSU LADY BEARS IMPROVE TO 7-1 SUNDAY WITH A 83-58 WIN OVER UMKC. THE MO. ST. LADIES HOST WICHITA ST. WEDNESDAY.
THE 4-3 MIZZOU TIGERS AND 3-5 MSU BEARS BOTH PLAY ON TUESDAY. TIGERS HOME TO CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, THE BEARS HOME AGAINST MURRAY ST.
THE 2-6 LADY TIGERS ARE OFF UNTIL THURSDAY WHEN THEY HOST 5-2 ST. LOUIS

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES LOOK TO RUN THEIR WIN STREAK TO 4 MONDAY NIGHT AT CHICAGO AGAINST THE BLACKHAWKS. IT’S THE FIRST OF A QUICK TWO GAME ROAD SWING FOR THE BLUES, WHO WON 2 OF 3 ON THE ROAD LAST WEEK.
– BLUES ARE 17-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-3-3 AT HOME, 9-2-3 ON THE ROAD
– BLUES HAVE SCORED 86 GOALS, OUTSCORING OPPONENTS BY 11 OVERALL
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT BLACKHAWKS MON, AT PENGUINS WED, HM TO TORONTO SAT, AT BUFFALO TUE 12/10, HM TO VEGAS THR 12/12, HM TO CHICAGO SAT 12/14, HM TO COLO MON 12/16, HM TO OILERS WED 12/18, AT SHARKS SAT 12/21, AT KINGS MON 12/23, AT JETS FRI 12/27, HM TO JETS SUN 12/29, AT COYOTES TUE 12/31

MIZZOU FIRED FOOTBALL COACH BARRY ODOM SATURAY AFTER FOUR YEARS ON THE JOB. THE TIGERS FINISHED WITH A 25-25 RECORD IN HIS FOUR SEASONS. MIZZOU OFFICIALS SAY THEY HAVE LAUNCHED A NATIONAL SEARCH TO FIND THE TIGERS 33RD HEAD COACH.
– ODOM SPENT 18 YEARS AT MIZZOU, EIGHT OF THOSE AS A COACH

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSED OUT THEIR SEASON WITH A 24-14 WIN ON THE ROAD OVER ARKANSAS. MIZZOU FINISHES THE SEASON WITH A 6-6 RECORD.

MSU BEARS (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME. SCHOOL OFFICIALS HAVE DECIDED TO STAY WITH THE CURRENT COACHING STAFF DESPITE THEIR LACK OF SUCCESS ON THE FIELD THE LAST FEW YEARS.

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 4 YEARS, ALABAMA IS NOT RANKED IN THE TOP 5 OF A.P.’S COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL. THAT SNAPS THE TIDE’S RECORD STREAK OF 68 STRAIGHT APPEARANCES IN THE AP’S TOP 5. ‘BAMA LOST TO AUBURN SATURDAY.

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

MONDAY 12/2
CONWAY HM TO AVA
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon-Versailles-Osage-
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville-
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational (Buffalo-
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek-St. Elizabeth)