On this MidcoSN Kansas video podcast, Kevin Romary and Taryn Tempel talk about the sudden ending of high school sports seasons due to the coronavirus, congratulate the award-winning coaches and players for the year, and discuss a local standout choosing KU.
It was 1998.
In Oklahoma City.
At the Myriad.
I was just walking in the door with Chris Garcia from WBAP in Dallas and Taylor Wilson from KSNT in Topeka. We were there to cover #1 seed Kansas which was to play Prairie View A&M later that night. As we meandered towards the media room in the bowels of the arena, we heard a big roar coming from...
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