By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio After 30 minutes of searching, I found the photo. Of course, it wasn’t where I thought it was. Having thought I’d just seen it, I rummaged through piles of papers and boxes of
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio Eight years old. Maybe it was seven. Eight seems right for some reason. That’s the first time the thought of my parents dying ever crossed my mind, at least that I can recall.
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio Nothing could represent the futility of the early 90’s Chicago Cubs like a baseball card of a position player forced to pitch in a blowout loss. Behold, the greatest baseball card ever mass
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio Want to win a bar bet sometime in the near future? Wager a beer then ask the following question: Which MLB player had the most hits during the decade of the 1990s? Chances
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio IOWA CITY – He was their generation’s Michael and he was gone. As members of the Iowa men’s basketball team sat at a Coralville restaurant Sunday preparing to eat a team dinner the
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio When this station launched a three-hour afternoon drive show on July 5, 2011 a lot of people in Eastern Iowa thought it wouldn’t work. It did and it has and will continue to.
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio SAN DIEGO – In a stadium destined to be rubble soon enough the Iowa Hawkeyes demolished whatever was left of USC’s delusions of grandeur. A father and son had their moment as coach
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio SAN DIEGO – Nostalgia is thick here. Iowa has played in three Holiday Bowls and will add a fourth to its resume tonight when the Hawkeyes take on USC at an all but
By Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio BURLINGTON, Iowa – His name is Tony Byers and he’s Rob Manfred’s worst nightmare. If Major League Baseball’s commissioner were capable of losing sleep, of course. On the chance Minor League Baseball
Todd Brommelkamp/KGYM Radio It’s been over four months since I’ve written anything of substance. It’s not for lack of desire. I’ve stared at the same blank white screen many times since finishing the eulogy I wrote for