Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Wednesday at 4pm from Tyler’s Kelly Community Federal Credit Union. The Rangers host the Tigers for a final time on Wednesday night in Arlington with a two game lead in the AL West. Meanwhile, NBC Sports and NBC Sports Radio NFL reporter Mike Florio discusses Sunday night’s matchup between the Cowboys and Saints at 4:30pm. Ted Sorrells joins Bill at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Tuesday at 4pm. The Rangers look to snap a three game losing streak on Tuesday night against the Tigers. It’s the final week of the season and Texas is trying to hold on to first place in the AL West. Mickey Spagnola joins Bill at 4:30pm to discuss Sunday’s loss to the Falcon and Sunday night’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Monday at 4pm from Tyler’s Republic Icehouse. Kevin Simon and Jen Floyd-Engel join Bill in the 4 o’clock hour to discuss the Cowboys and Sunday’s loss to the Falcons. The Texas Rangers look to clinch the American League Western Division championship at home this week against the Tigers and the Angels. Ted Sorrels co hosts at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Friday at 4pm from Slim Chickens on South Broadway in Tyler. The Rangers and Astros open an American League Western Division showdown in Houston. Will the Dallas Cowboys handle the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday without Tony Romo? It’s a high school football Friday and Bill visits with the college football writers at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Wednesday at 4pm. The Rangers continue their final road trip in Oakland. Rangers beat writer Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram discusses the American League Western Division pennant race at 4:30pm. Cowboys host the Falcons on Sunday without Tony Romo. Ted Sorrells joins Bill at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Tuesday at 4pm. Mickey Spagnola joins Bill at 4:30pm with the latest on the Cowboys minus the injured Tony Romo and what’s next heading into Sunday’s game against Atlanta. The Rangers begin their final road trip of the regular season on Tuesday night in Oakland with a one game lead over Houston in the American League West.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Monday at 4pm. Jen Floyd-Engel discusses Tony Romo’s injury and the Cowboys’ chances going forward at 4:30pm. The Texas Rangers hit the road leading the American League West. Ted Sorrells joins Bill at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Friday at 4pm from Tyler’s Republic Icehouse. The first place Rangers are coming off a four game sweep of the Houston Astros and host the Seattle Mariners this weekend in Arlington. The Cowboys prepare to meet the Eagles Sunday in Philadelphia. The college football writers join Bill in the 5 o’clock hour. It’s also the fourth Friday night of high school football in East Texas.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Thursday at 4pm from Williams Stadium in Garland where Tyler Lee opens district play against Sachse. The red hot Rangers go for a four game sweep Thursday night in Arlington. Bill talks college football with former Aggie head coach and Fox Sports Southwest analyst Jackie Sherrill at 4:30pm. The fourth ranked Tyler Junior College Apaches travel to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M on Saturday. Head coach Danny Palmer joins Bill at 4:45pm. Mickey Spagnola previews Sunday’s game between the Cowboys and Eagles at 5:30pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Wednesday at 4pm from Breckenridge Village of Tyler. The Rangers are now in first place as they face the Astros again tonight in Arlington. Bill visits with baseball writer Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News at 4:30pm. Ted Sorrells joins Bill at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Tuesday at 4pm from Fairway Ford in Henderson. Mickey Spagnola reviews Sunday night’s win over the Giants, Dez Bryant’s injury and looks ahead to Sunday’s matchup against the Eagles at 4:30pm. Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman discusses the firing of University of Texas athletic director Steve Patterson at 5:20pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Friday at 4pm from Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. It’s a high school football and Tyler Lee meets John Tyler for the 60th time. Bill previews Sunday night’s season opener between the Cowboys and Giants. The college football writers talk about this weekend’s games at 5pm.
Bill Coates hosts Sportstalk Wednesday at 4pm from Tyler’s Robertson Automotive. Jen Floyd-Engel discusses the Cowboys and the “targeting” incident involving the high school football official at 4:30pm. Ted Sorrells joins Bill at 5pm and former NFL receiver Amani Toomer of NBC Sports Radio previews the season opener between the Cowboys and Giants at 5:30pm.
The Robert E. Lee Red Raiders scored two fourth quarter touchdowns, but the late rally fell short on Saturday night in Beaumont as Lee fell to the Beaumont Westbrook Bruins 25-20. The Red Raiders scored in the first quarter on Preston Conder’s three yard touchdown run. Mistakes hurt Lee in the second quarter as Westbrook took the lead with a pair of touchdowns including Nick Bryant’s interception return of a Joseph Seeber pass and the Bruins led 13-7 at the half.
A lightning delay of over two hours pushed back the start of the third quarter until approximately 9:40pm. Westbrook took a commanding 25-7 lead on an 8 yard run by Dylan Harvey and and a 16 yard run by quarterback Joshua Stump. They failed twice on two point conversions and appeared to have the game clinched. Lee rallied when Chad Reese returned a Percy Johnson fumble for a touchdown with 5:13 left in the fourth quarter. The Red Raider defense stopped Westbrook and Conder threw a 7 yard scoring pass to Marquis Mosley with 2:23 left to play. Lee’s two point conversion failed.
The Red Raiders got the ball back two more times, but couldn’t produce the needed touchdown. Lee falls to 0-5 in non district play. They open district action on October 8th at Mesquite Horn.