Messenger-Inquirer sports writer Joseph Russell announces that On The Board will be on short hiatus until the week leading to the start of the high school football season. Listener feedback is encouraged at @JosephRussellMI or email@example.com so we can provide the best podcast possible. See you again soon!
Sports editor Jim Pickens joins host Joseph Russell to discuss his departure from the Messenger-Inquirer. Pickens shares some of his favorite memories and expresses his thanks to the community and others following a 37-year career in the newspaper business.
The Messenger-Inquirer's Joseph Russell and sports editor Jim Pickens discuss the strides being made by Western Kentucky University heading into coach Rick Stansbury's second season, as well as the improvements happening to the Brescia men's basketball program.
Messenger-Inquirer sports writers Joseph Russell and Mark Mathis discuss what's going on with Kentucky Wesleyan's recruiting class for 2017-18, the latest rumors circling University of Kentucky coach John Calipari and what the FIBA Team USA U19 Team is up to in Cairo, Egypt.
The Messenger-Inquirer's Joseph Russell, Jim Pickens and Mark Mathis look ahead to some of the Owensboro area's premiere summer events — Ellis Park horse racing, Dust Bowl outdoor basketball tournament and youth baseball all-star games.
With the 2017 NBA Draft just days away, the Messenger-Inquirer's Maddie Lee, Mark Mathis and Joseph Russell take a look at draft hopefuls from the University of Kentucky (and Louisville) — and give their thoughts on who the top five picks should be. Also, Maddie gives her farewell to Owensboro.
The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer's Maddie Lee, Jim Pickens and Joseph Russell run down the crazy twists and turns of the 9th District baseball and softball tournaments and analyze the 3rd Region competition. They end the show with Jim remembering Nicky Hayden and what he meant to the city of Owensboro.