On the Road at Longbridge Golf Course
7:30am Mark Selvaggio, Making Strides for Breast Cancer
On the Road at Calhoun
7:00am Krista Johnson, Voices Teacher of the Year
8:00am Girl Scout Camps, Kate Peters & Andrea Bennett
On the Road at Friendly Chevrolet Off Site Sale at Kingpin Lanes<br>
7:00am Anna McFarland, Central Illinois Blood Bank 8:00am Jim Bathurst, Private to Colonel in the Marines
Sports Radio 1450 Shows
Sports 101 5/12
Eric and Mark talk negative media coverage of MLB, the real reason NBA players get called thugs, and offensive team names
Eric, Mark, and Adam talk MLB salary cap, over-aggressive coaches, and fantasy baseball
Sports 101 3/31
Eric welcomes SJ-R sports writers Ryan Mahan and Trevor Lawrence, plus Benedictine University head basketball coach Ian McKeithen to talk the top NBA teams of all time, and the NCAA Tourney
Sports 101 3/24
Eric and Mark talk NCAA Tourney, Illini-Miami, The Heat's streak, and Urlacher. Plus, They're joined by KHMO's Bill Shuler.
Sports 101 3/17
Eric and Mark talk Selection Sunday, the need for a shot clock in high school basketball, and play Word Association with a caller
Sports 101 3/10
Eric, Mark, and Adam discuss why baseball fans think their sport is the smartest, and try to decide which sport really is. Plus, the guys are joined by Neil Wilmarth to talk about the upcoming soccer game between SLU and IU taking place at Glenwood to rai
Sports 101 3/3
Eric and Mark talk about the Cage Wars, College hoops, Mike Trout, and LeBron's pregame dunks. Plus- we ask if golf is a real sport, and round 2 of Word Association
Sports 101 2/24
The guys talk MLB Winter training games, play Word Association, and welcome Mylas Copeland, John Geyston, And Vincent Eazelle to talk about the Capital City Cage Wars next event- The Uprising
Sports 101 2/17
Eric an Mark chat with Illini recruit Jaylon Tate, talk NBA All-Star Weekend, LeBron vs MJ, LeBron vs Kobe, the sissification of sports, and mma
Sports 101 2/10
Eric, Mark, and Adam welcome Ryan Mahan from the SJ-R to talk about adults obsession with youth sports, and how college basketball can be fixed
May is Beef Month
Reid Blossom, Executive VP of the Illinois Beef Association, says the summer is about grilling, Hamburgers, Steaks, Ribeye Sandwiches all great choices raised with care by Illinois Cattlemen.
IL Pork Producers New Sign
Mike Borgic tells us about the new LED sign in front the IPPA office. 100,000 cars day drive by on I-55 a now they are learning more about pork.
Congressman Rodney Davis
Davis is looking forward to his role on the House Ag Committee as the Farm Bill markup begins May 15.
Chris Kallal with Monsanto
Planting is behind an average pace but Kallal shares advice on not rushing out to plant and how hybrids will react to later planting dates.