September 12, 2012 - 10:00am
Mike Glaser is stepping down as football coach at St. X after this year, but his legacy remains. And more that that, so does he taking a new position at the school. And he is the subject of today's Sports legend segment.
This year marks the end of a football tenure which has proven itself legendary, as current St. X head football coach Mike Glaser officially steps down.Glaser has announced that he’ll be leaving the “X,” giving the reigns to former NFL star and St. X alum Will Wolford next year.It...
September 5, 2012 - 10:00am
With the start of football season, it only seemed right to get into some quick football news so without further adieu here we go:
Will Wolford Goes Back To SchoolWith Seven State Championships I think it’s fair to say that St. Xavier’s current head coach, Mike Glaser has found ample success in over thirty years of leading the Tiger’s, but set to replace him after he announced his retirement, none other than...
August 27, 2012 - 10:00am
Finally the great mascot challenge concludes with the six mascots who have won out either their brackets or divisions.
We’ve made it to the very end of the “great” mascot Pigskin challenge, a massive tournament with area high school and college mascots. This whole thing is out of excitement regarding the high school and college football seasons which has been kicking off this month at varying...
September 22, 2011 - 10:45am
Today Paul Byrd acts as a life coach and author, but his career in baseball is what makes him a sports legend of the 'Ville.
Another baseball great to come out of St. X, Paul Byrd is known for being a solid and dependable pitcher on the mound.The right handed slinger first came to national attention in 1991, during his college days pitching for Louisiana State University. A team Byrd helped win the college world series.
September 21, 2011 - 10:00am
Louisville native Chris Burke has spent his baseball career excelling whenever he got the opportunity.
St. X alumni Chris Burke has made a name for himself throughout the baseball community both locally as well as nationally.After graduating from high school Burke, a utility player known for his versatility- playing every position except pitcher and catcher, he made his way to Knoxville to play...