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May 9, 2021 106 min
It's Sunday Morning Sports Talk with Ken Broo on Mother's Day Sunday. In hour one, Ken talks to The Athletic hockey writer Alison Lukan after the now former head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets, John Tortorella, decided he is not going to return next year. He also talks to Pro Football Focus's Anthony Treash on why he thinks the Bengals nailed it on the head in this year's NFL Draft. In hour two, Ken talks to rock and roll guitarist Nancy Wilson from legendary rock band Heart as Wilson just released her first solo album. He then talks to super agent Brian Goldberg on Major League Baseball and players showing emotion. In hour three, Ken talks to Rob Mains of Baseball Prospectus on his thoughts on the Reds 31 games into the season. He then talks to Pro Football Focus's Dallas Robinson on how the Bengals stack up after the NFL draft.
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