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Houston Sports Talk
Robert Land & Stephen Kerr host the most comprehensive podcast on the Houston sports scene. Since 2013, we've interviewed Houston's most recognizable players, coaches and media. Robert brings 3 decades in sports television & 3 Regional Emmy Awards. Together Robert & Stephen have 6 decades of Journalism experience & a lifelong Houston sports passion. Subscribe on Spotify, iTunes or the Google Podcasts app
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Location: Houston
Robert Land & Stephen Kerr host the most comprehensive podcast on the Houston sports scene. Since 2013, we've interviewed Houston's most recognizable players, coaches and media. Robert brings 3 decades in sports television & 3 Regional Emmy Awards. ...more
Robert Land & Stephen Kerr host the most comprehensive podcast on the Houston sports scene. Since 2013, we've interviewed Houston's most recognizable players, coaches and media. Robert brings 3 decades in sports television & 3 Regional Emmy Awards. Together Robert & Stephen have 6 decades of Journalism experience & a lifelong Houston sports passion. Subscribe on Spotify, iTunes or the Google Podcasts app
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July 02, 2020 10:36 AM PDT

With the passing of entertainment legend Carl Reiner, we listen back to our interview with his grandson Jake, who visited our show a couple years ago. He shares with us what it was like to cover the Astros series as a diehard Dodgers fan and gives his unique perspective on the World Series. Plus, he has harrowing stories from covering Hurricane Harvey and he learned about Houstonians in that experience. Jake also remembers a baseball roadtrip with his dad Rob Reiner, sharing a booth with Bob Uecker and a behind the scenes from The Princess Bride with Andre the Giant.

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July 01, 2020 02:02 PM PDT

Could skinnier Harden be a bad thing? What are 5 reasons this messed up season could help the Rockets? Will the shortened offseason help Morey and D'Antoni's job security? Locked on Rockets Podcast Host Jackson Gatlin joins Host Robert Land to look at the latest Rockets' news and what was behind the acquisition of David Nwaba and the release of Hartenstein. Plus, we ask Jackson what he learned about a particular Rockets' strategy during the long hiatus.

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June 30, 2020 10:40 AM PDT

Is baseball's plan to return a mistake? What advantages will the Astros have in a shortened season? MLB.com Correspondent Alyson Footer joins Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr to look at baseball's return, Rob Manfred's job security and why the Yankees cheating isn't treated the same as the Astros. Plus, we ask her about Jim Crane's latest PR blunder and how impressive the Astros fanbase has become. With the passing of Carl Reiner, we finish up by asking about her favorite Reiner movie.

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June 23, 2020 06:52 AM PDT

Will the shortened baseball season and the new rules help the Astros? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look at how the Astros pitching staff may benefit and what this could mean for free agents, like Springer, Brantley and Yuli. We also look at the latest on the Yankees cheating and how you can see former Astros Roger Clemens and Greg Swindell manage a baseball team. Plus, we ask if the Texas Rangers need to change their name.

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June 18, 2020 09:13 AM PDT

In our Throwback Thursday, we listen back to our conversations with Houston’s most iconic sportscasters. You’ll hear from 97.5 FM's Lance Zierlein, KHOU-TV Sports Anchor Matt Musil, KPRC-TV longtime Sports Director Craig Roberts and former KPRC Reporter and AT&T SportsNet studio host and sideline reporter Bart Enis. Zierlein tells Hosts Robert Land and R.G. Seal about his radio marriage with John Granato and about the changing sports talk landscape. Roberts has his encounters with Charles Barkley and Mickey Mantle. Plus, he explains the creation of the revolutionary 'KPRC Sports Sunday'. Enis remembers his father Bill, who covered sports at KPRC in the 60's and early 70's. Musil remembers coming to Houston during Luv Ya Blue and covering Phi Slama Jama, J.R. Richard and the Rockets great 80's teams.

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June 16, 2020 02:53 PM PDT

Is this Yankees cheating story getting buried by national media? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look at the double standard for the Yankees. Plus, we hit on the Coronavirus hitting the Texans, canceling UT's fight song and we take our shot at giving the Astros best players a nickname. We also look back at the '80 NLCS between the Phillies and Astros, including forgotten heroes and devastating injuries.

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June 14, 2020 06:00 PM PDT

Author Robert Jacobus joins Host Robert Land to detail the integration of Texas high school and college football. Find out what players went through, who the heroes were and how one player's son is changing the world today. Jacobus tells the story in his new book "Black Man in the Huddle: Stories from the Integration of Texas Football”. Go to RobertDJacobus.com to purchase the book.

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June 11, 2020 01:38 PM PDT

What moment changed Lance McCullers' life? Which Astros story should be a major motion picture? Did Charles Barkley really crash Lisa Malosky's Baby Shower? Why did Justin Verlander landing in Houston feel like the end of Goodfellas? What are the craziest Casey Candaele and Ken Stabler stories? In our Throwback Thursday, Host Robert Land looks back at the best moment's in the show's history. You'll hear stories from Bill Brown, Colby Rasmus, World Cup winner Meghan Klingenberg, Oiler safety Bubba McDowell, Dynamo Goalie Tyler Deric, Steve Sparks, Jackie Robinson teammate Randy 'Handsome Ransom' Jackson, D-Day Veteran Clyde Combs and many more.

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June 09, 2020 12:39 PM PDT

Is this NBA plan going to help the Rockets? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look at the return of the NBA and break down the new plan. They also wonder if baseball can screw themselves more than they are right now. Plus, they review comments this past week by Roger Goodell and DeAndre Hopkins on racial inequality. Is Tilman Fertitta really letting Morey decide D'Antoni's coaching fate? Find out what that's all about.

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June 04, 2020 12:45 PM PDT

Has it already been 4 years since the world lost Muhammad Ali? Host Robert Land looks back at his interview with Houston Post and Chronicle columnist Mickey Herskowitz, who shares several unforgettable personal stories from his 5 decades of covering Houston sports. Herskowitz was there at the recruiting office in Houston when Ali made the decision not to fight in Vietnam. Mickey drove through Harlem with Ali and gives us his incredible firsthand accounts of Ali's legend.

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