Ken Boehlke is the co-host of Over and Under, CBS Sports Radio 1140’s only local sports talk show. He’s also the assistant producer of Live and Local with Kevin Wall on KXNT. Before coming to Las Vegas, Ken was an assistant producer at WBBM in Chicago. He graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri. He is happily married to his wife Abby, and loves his pair of five pound Yorkies named Wiglaf and Rupert. You can follow Ken on Twitter @kenboehlke or follow the show @OAU1140.
As all of the promotional materials say, the time is now, for the greatest pound-for-pound fighter in MMA history to step back in the cage and continue his building upon his legacy.
The man is quite the orator, but can he coach?
Was it a catch? Wasn’t it a catch? Did he make a football move? Didn’t he? In the end, it really doesn’t matter. But over the next few days, and for Cowboys fans throughout the […]
Terrell Owens is currently participating on Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice. He’s actually holding up pretty well, which got us to thinking, athletes tend to dominate shows like Survivor, Dancing With the Stars, and more. Here […]
Every year plenty of coaches are fired leaving opening for a number of former coaches, coordinators, and college coaches. This season there are six head coach openings. They are in Chicago, New York (Jets), Atlanta, Oakland, […]
The UFC is set to kick off 2015 with a bang. UFC 182 at the MGM Grand will pit light heavyweight champion Jon Jones against the undefeated Daniel Cormier. The world has been waiting for […]
The regular seasons are over and the playoffs are finally here. For the first time ever in addition to the NFL playoffs, the NCAA has introduced its first ever College Football Playoff. Alabama, Oregon, Florida […]
Many have yet to turn their full attention to the NBA thus far, so we’re here to fill you win on what you’ve missed almost three months into the season.
Sunday was a day Johnny Manziel will want to forget, but one the Twittersphere quite…enjoyed
It’s time to take a look at the best games that are not part of the first ever College Football Playoff.