During both football and basketball season the Tiger Club sponsors weekly luncheons held at the Westport Flea Market. Former live speakers include Clay Travis, FoxSports and OutKicktheCoverage.com; Dave Matter, St. Louis Post Dispatch; and Steven St. John, WHB 810 Radio. We also hear from a coach via phone with members of the football coaching staff addressing the club every week during the football season. A buffet lunch is available for $15 per person. Lunches are held every Tuesday and begin at 11:30 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. Lunches kick-off the Tuesday prior to the opening game.

This Year’s Speakers

2021

August 31 – Steven St. John, Sports Radio 810 co-host of “The Border Patrol”
September 7 – Blair Kerkhoff, Sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
September 14 – Howard Richards, color analyst for the Mizzou football radio broadcast
September 21 – Gary Barnett, Sports USA announcer and radio analyst for Colorado Buffaloes, former Mizzou Wide Receiver and D1 head football coach
September 28 – Soren Petro, Sports Radio 810 host of “The Program”
October 5 – Carrington Harrison, host of “The Drive” on Sports Radio 610
October 12 – Vahe Gregorian, sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
October 19 – Cuonzo Martin, Mizzou Head Basketball Coach
October 26 – Robin Pingeton, Mizzou Women’s Head Basketball Coach
November 2 – Sam Mellinger, Kansas City Star Sports columnist
November 9 – Ben Arnet, Sports Director at KOMU-TV in Columbia
November 16 – Dennis Dodd, CBSSports.com
November 23 – Mike DeCourcy, College basketball columnist at Sporting News
November 30 – Jon Sundvold, former Tiger basketball and NBA standout
December 7 – Danny Heitert, football recruiting expert
December 14 – Dave Matter, Mizzou beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 21 – Steve Bieser, Mizzou Baseball Head Coach

2022

January 4 – Steven St. John, host Sports Radio 810, the Border Patrol
January 11 – Alec Lewis, writer for The Athletic covering the Royals
January 18 – Gabe DeArmond, Powermizzou.com publisher
January 25 – Kathy Nelson, President and CEO of KC Sports Commission
February 1 – TBD
February 8 – Jeremy Crabtree, Senior Recruiting Editor for On3
February 15 – Danan Hughes, Kansas City Chiefs broadcaster and former player