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 PLAY THE HOUSTON TEXANS SUNDAY IN THE SECOND ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS. IF THE CHIEFS WIN, THEY WILL ADVANCE TO THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME FOR THE SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR. THEY WOULD HOST THE SURPRISING TENNESSEE TITANS, WHO UPSET #1 SEED BALTIMORE SATURDAY. KC LOST TO NEW ENGLAND IN THE TITLE GAME LAST SEASON.
– KC RIDES A 6 GAME WIN STREAK
– TEXANS BEAT KC 31-24 DURING THE REGULAR SEASON
– KC WON THE AFC WEST, HOUSTON WON THE AFC SOUTH
– CHIEFS ARE 12-4, THE TEXAS 11-6
– CHIEFS ARE 7-1 ON THE ROAD, 5-3 AT HOME
– CHIEFS OUTSCORED REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS BY 143 POINTS, SCORING 451 AND GIVING UP 308

NFL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE SUNDAY:
AFC
#2 SEED CHIEFS vs #4 TEXANS – SUN 2:05 – LINE – KC BY 10
NFC
#2 SEED PACKERS vs #4 SEAHAWKS – SUN 5:40 – LINE- GB BY 4

SATURDAY’S NFL PLAYOFF GAMES SAW THE AFC #1 SEED RAVENS GET UPSET AT HOME BY THE #6 TITANS. THE RAVENS WERE A 10 POINT FAVORITE GOING IN.
THE NFC’S #1 SEED NINERS BEAT THE #6 VIKINGS. THE NINERS WILL HOST THE NFC TITLE GAME NEXT WEEK AGAINST THE GB/SEA WINNER.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SATURDAY SAW THE MIZZOU MEN COME UP WITH THEIR BEST WIN OF THE SEASON SO FAR, BEATING FLORIDA 91-75 IN COLUMBIA TO IMPROVE TO 9-6. THE TIGERS TRAVEL TO MISS ST. TUESDAY.
-THE MSU MEN FALL HARD AT HOME TO NORTHERN IOWA 80-57. THE BEARS FALL TO 8-9 ON THE SEASON, THEY WILL BE HOME AGAINST BRADLEY WEDNESDAY.
-THE 20TH RANKED MSU LADIES ARE 13-2 AND HOST NORTHERN IOWA SUNDAY.
-THE MIZZOU LADIES TAKE THEIR 4-12 RECORD TO #21 ARKANSAS SUNDAY.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES HAVE WON THE FIRST 3 GAMES ON THEIR FIVE GAME HOMESTAND, AND 8 STRAIGTH WINS AT HOME SATURDAY WITH A 5-2 WIN OVER THE NY RANGERS. THE BLUES HOST THE DUCKS MONDAY AND THE FLYERS WEDNESDAY TO CLOSE OUT THE HOMESTAND.
– THE BLUES HAVE WON 8 STRAIGHT AT HOME
– BLUES ARE 28-9-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 15-4-3 AT HOME, 13-6-4 ON THE ROAD
– BLUES HAVE SCORED 141 GOALS, OUTSCORING OPPONENTS BY 18 GOALS

THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IS SET. LSU WILL PLAY CLEMSON IN THE TITLE GAME MONDAY JAN. 13TH. LSU CRUSHED OKLAHOMA IN THE SEMI-FINAL. CLEMSON BEAT OHIO ST. IN THE SEMI-FINAL.
– ODDSMAKERS LIST LSU A 5 ½ POINT FAVORITE TO BEAT CLEMSON IN THE TITLE GAME
– OVER/UNDER IS 69 ½ POINTS FOR THE TITLE GAME
– LSU & CLEMSON ARE BOTH 14-0 ON THE SEASON
– LSU IS THE #1 OVERALL SEED, CLEMSON THE #3 SEED
– CLEMSON HAS WON 2 OF THE LAST 3 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES (ALL 3 GAMES AGAINST ALABAMA)
– CLEMSON RIDES A 29 GAME WIN STREAK, THE LONGEST WIN STREAK IN THE COUNTRY

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL GAMES IN COYOTE NATION:

MONDAY 1/13
1/13-18 -California Shootout (Eldon-St. Elizabeth)
1/11-18 58th Annual Skyline Boys’ Basketball Tournament (Macks Creek)

TUESDAY 1/14
CAMDENTON AT LEBANON
WAYNESVILLE AT CENTRAL
ROLLA HOME TO HILLCREST
BUFFALO HM TO VERSAILLES
CROCKER HM TO NEWBURG
IBERIA HM TO STOUTLAND
LAQUEY AT BOURBON
LICKING AT MOUNTAIN GROVE
PLATO HM TO WILLOW SPRINGS
TUSCUMBIA HM TO STOVER
CONWAY HM TO AVA
ST. JAMES HM TO CUBA
1/13-18 -California Shootout (Eldon-St. Elizabeth)
1/11-18 58th Annual Skyline Boys’ Basketball Tournament (Macks Creek)