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The Main Event Sport Show is Kentuckiana’s longest running sports show. The show consist of host Haven Harrington, Raashaan Myers, William Wright and writers Mark Bacon, and Lee Ann Herring-Olvendo. We are a fast paced, dynamic show that not only covers sports in the Kentuckiana area, but all over. You can also download our app on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. What we do. We are more than just a sports talk show. Main Event Sports is a multidimensional sports information outlet. We cover all things sports through the airwaves, blogs, pictures, video, and much more. We are a one stop shop for the best in sports coverage, opinions, and fan reaction. What makes us different. We are more than just talk. We also run an award winning youth leadership training program called the Main Event Leader Academy or MELA Main Event Sports also has one of the most dynamic apps in the industry with writers in DC, South Florida, Seattle and Kentucky. Download the App now to interact with us on your phone or tablet and to read some of the best sports articles in the nation.
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Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo MESPORTS SOUTH DALLAS— The cruel and unusual punishment that comes with being a Cowboys fan the past decade is finally at rest. It still may be a while before anyone should start saying that “Americas Team” is back but at least it seems that the new era and decade for the Cowboys[…]
Mark Bacon—Main Event Sports DC There’s a lot to like about the Washington Redskins’ hiring of Ron Rivera, and one way to look at the choice is as simple as it gets: They are better two days into 2020 than they were two days before it began. Rivera as the coach offers a straightforward, sleeves-rolled-up,[…]
Mark R. Bacon—Main Event Sports DC First half in two words: COMPLETE DISASTER. The Redskins fired coach Jay Gruden after an 0-5 start. They failed to trade holdout tackle Trent Williams, leading to harsh words by the Pro Bowler after he reported. They lost key players to injuries (tight end Jordan Reed and running back Chris Thompson) and, at 1-8,[…]
Mark R Bacon—Main Event Sports DC The 2019-20 NBA season started on a down note regarding the incoming rookie class after Zion Williamson’s knee injury, but the newest crop has turned the narrative around in a hurry as the calendar turns to November. The No. 2 and No. 3 picks have each shown flashes of All-Star[…]
Mark R. Bacon—Main Event Sports DC The NBA Pre-Season Rankings Reverse Jinx lives! The Wiz—dead last in that annual rankings crap shoot—are kinda … fun? They are especially so with Rui Hachimura and Davis Bertans—The Latvian Laser—manning the forward spots. (This kind of look, pairing two tweeners who lean more toward the nominal power forward designation, seems to[…]
Mark R Bacon—Main Event Sports DC An owner has more impact on an NFL team than what meets they eye. When looking at an owner’s “performance” it is important to consider the financial state of the team, its marketability, and of course, how things are doing on the football side of things. It is an[…]
Mark R Bacon—Main Event Sports DCOn Wednesday night, Beal, 26, will begin his eighth season in Washington. It could become his first all-NBA campaign, as he will have plenty of opportunity to stand out without fellow all-star John Wall, who missed much of last year and could miss most or all of this season due to[…]
Mark R. Bacon—Main Event Sports DC Lakers’ head coach Frank Vogel smiled when he was asked for the Lakers’ starting lineup Saturday night before their first preseason game against the Golden State Warriors. It’s a question he has fielded constantly since becoming the head coach and he finally had to respond with something beyond a[…]
Mark R. Bacon—Main Event Sports DC Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden is going to be fired. Soon. This was something of a foregone conclusion even before Washington was thumped 24-3 by the rival New York Giants in a game that strengthened their grip on the NFC East cellar. Maybe it will happen Monday. Maybe[…]
Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo — MESPORTS South GAINESVILLE–Beta, Beta no time to rest its gameday in the Swamp and its time to be put to the test. Both these ball clubs have been trying to get themselves out of the deep mirky waters they have been swimming in hopes of finally reaching the higher ground not[…]