For the better part of a decade, the Spokane County Raceway (formerly Raceway Park) has been mired in controversy. From bankruptcy to its purchase by Spokane County to changes in management, the raceway has struggled. We sit down with the track's latest operator to talk about the challenges in restoring the raceway's image, and returning it to the heyday they once enjoyed.
Legendary Cougar quarterback Jack Thompson talks about why national letter of intent day is "stupid," and compares today's experience to the day he signed on at Washington State. He also gives his thoughts on how things might play out in the WSU football program--especially with the quarterbacks.
This interview was done live on 700 ESPN Radio.
Mike Leach was hired as Washington State University football coach in early December, which left him less than two months to recruit players before the February 1st signing day. On Wednesday, Leach seemed proud of the players he brought in.
Listen to his interview on Patchin Lukens and Osso, and for a complete listing of all 28 signees, go to:
Actor Matthew Modine returns to Spokane for the first time since filming Vision Quest in 1983, and talks about the making of a good sports film, and the best feature film ever shot in the Inland Northwest. This interview was done live with Patchin Lukens and Osso live on 700 ESPN Radio.
As the Spokane Chiefs get set to play their home opener Saturday night, we sit down with Chiefs and Spokane Indians owner Bobby Brett to talk about the professional sports empire he has built in the Inland Northwest and beyond. And we discuss his well-publicized battles with city leaders over his arena lease and Albi Stadium.