Time for all of the college hoops you can handle! The Tournament is underway, and the place to watch it is Dave & Busters in Ontario Mills, KCAL Tournament Headquarters! We’ll be out at D & B all day today and tomorrow catching all 32 of the 1st Round games with you.
Whether you’re just popping in for a quick update and a cold one, or you’re hanging out and catching all the action on all the big screens, you’ll have a chance to win a great weekend getaway to the M Resort in Las Vegas and $1,000 cash! Patrick will be hosting from 11am to 2pm both days, Kelli will be out there from 5pm to 8pm this evening, Jimbo form 5pm to 8pm on Friday, and The KCAL Crew will be breaking out all sorts of great prizes though out the day. Join the fun, and catch the action. We’ll see you there!
Stuman and Jimbo went out to Arizona for Spring Training last week to get you ready for the Angels and Dodgers season!
Here’s a bunch of pics from the adventure, now bring on the regular season!
What do you think about that!
Peyton may have lost the Big Game but he is still hilarious! Always next year big guy!
The Super Man-Cave Makeover 2 Pool is all set! Best of luck to all the KCAL Rockers that scored a square, the final score on Sunday night will determine who’s gonna win all the makings of a killer new Man-Cave!
What does it feel like to skydive into Mile High Stadium before the AFC Championship Game between Denver and New England? just watch this awesome video and you’ll know. Wow!
This moving commercial stars Seahawks’ fullback Derrick Coleman, who is the first deaf offensive player to ever play in the NFL. You may remember Coleman from his days at UCLA where he put up exceptional numbers. Now he is with the NFC Championship bound Seahawks who are taking on the 49ers on Sunday. I think it is a pretty rad commercial! What do you think?
Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas were elected into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday! This was the first ballot for all three of these baseball legends.Houston’s Craig Biggio fell short by just two votes! The guy had over 3000 hits during his 20 year career, gotta figure he gets in next year.
The steroid era guys (Clemens, Bonds, Sosa and McGwire) all received fewer votes than last year. The debate continues. Can we really put those guys in the same hall as Aaron, Ruth or any of the others already inducted?
RIP Jerry Coleman! You will be missed!
It is the return of 24! Kobe Bryant is back on the court after having surgery on his Achilles just a few short months ago. To get you geared up for it, here is a compilation of the greatest Kobe dunks from his rookie year to now! Enjoy!