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Peter Vermes came to Kansas City for the final three years of his long playing career in 2000 as a member of the Kansas City Wizards, helping the club win the 2000 MLS Cup. Once a ...

It’s not uncommon for people to say that life lessons can be learned through sports. Things like teamwork, determination, perseverance and tenacity can be learned through competiti...

Jay Bilas is one of America’s premier experts on college basketball. The former Duke forward and assistant coach has spent the last 25 years telling viewers his strong opinions, in...

Sometimes rebranding happens to kick-start a marketing effort. Sometimes rebranding happens to draw needed attention to a struggling business. Then there's the story of the Kansas ...

The Negro National League became an official entity 101 years ago tomorrow (Feb. 13). For the past 26 years, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum has commemorated the efforts of the m...

For the 55th consecutive time, the field for last night’s Super Bowl was prepared by George Toma—the Nitty Gritty Dirt Man, the Marquis de Sod. Toma was selected by then-NFL Commis...

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the halftime show. Oh, the football game is an afterthought and the commercials are just to loosen up the audience. When the main act takes the...

Gene Steratore spent most of his adult life laying down the law, first as a college basketball official and then adding a similar role in professional football. The son of a colleg...

Al Wallace spent more than 40 years in television sports, beginning in his home state of Texas, through a short stint in Las Vegas and the final 33 years in Kansas City. Wallace gr...

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