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Tom Pattison, the long-time area radio sports broadcaster, was diagnosed with Stage 4 liver cancer in September. But Pattison is still working.
A bit late, but Dave recaps last weekend's racing action both nationally and locally and looks forward to a big weekend of racing action.
With the final episodes of David Letterman's career in mind, the guys offer their own lists of storylines to watch in the WIAA's spring postseason.
For Outdoors columnist Ted Peck, birthdays and other such events are prime time for hunting and fishing.
Dave previews this Saturday's NASCAR All-Star Race, Indianapolis 500 qualifying and local short track racing, including the season opener at Madison International Speedway.
This week on Xtra Points, Eric and John talk Tom Brady's punishment, renewed Brewers hopes and the importance (or unimportance) of high school rankings.
Dave reviews Jimmie Johnson's SpongeBob SquarePants 400 win, Will Power's Grand Prix of Indy win and Nico Rosberg's F1 win in Spain.
Now that the Brewers know who their manager will be for the next three years—assuming they honor all of Craig Counsell's contract—one important question remains regarding the team's future. How much longer will Doug Melvin be the general manager?
For the first time in three years, the Mississippi is flowing at normal summer pool levels—for July. But its only mid-May. Fish don't seem concerned. They are fish, doing what fish do: feeding like crazy because of nearly ideal conditions for chowing down. The only missing component in this erstwhile fishing bonanza is human. Since the general fishing season opened last weekend, anglers have been staying away from the river in droves.
Dave previews NASCAR's Saturday night race in Kansas, IndyCar's second visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and Formula One in Spain.
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