Kevin Scholla

Kevin Scholla

Kevin Scholla is the host and creator of Mama Grizzly Radio on The show features top guests as well as the latest news on Governor Sarah Palin. Kevin is a professional news/sports anchor. He also announces for several pro and college teams. Kevin has served as a press secretary and committeeman. Follow Kevin on twitter @kevinscholla and @MamaGrizzRadio.

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Derrick Looking Rosey in Bulls Preseason

In the 1993 movie Rookie of the Year, a kid breaks his arm playing baseball and has to have it put in a cast. When the cast is removed, it is discovered the tendons healed tighter than expected and because of that the 12-year old can suddenly throw a Major League fastball. The boy is signed by the Cubs. Pure fantasy. Yet, today in Chicago there's talk of some better than expected healing for one of the city's basketball stars. Oct 18, 2013 9:21 AM PT

Former Football Player Steve Lonegan Hoping for Comeback in NJ Senate Race

From Sinatra to Soprano, New Jersey is known for its tough guys, real and fictional. Some of the Garden State's toughest are known for their gridiron heroics. Pro Football Hall of Fame members like Elvis Bethea, Franco Harris, and Andre Tippett are all Jersey guys. Super Bowl champion quarterbacks Joe Theismann and Joe Flacco hail from there too. Another football star from New Jersey, albeit not in the NFL, is Steve Lonegan, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate who today is looking to complete a Jets over Colts, Namath-sized upset. Oct 16, 2013 8:20 AM PT

Palin: Lonegan Campaign Has 'Momentum'

A tidal wave hit Ocean County, New Jersey on a windy Saturday afternoon. It came all the way from Alaska. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was met by an enthusiastic crowd when she joined The Tea Party Express and Mark Levin to stump for U.S. Senate candidate Steve Lonegan. The rally was held at New Egypt Speedway, a fitting backdrop considering how fast Lonegan has soared in the polls. Oct 12, 2013 7:39 PM PT

Sarah Palin-Approved Band to Play at Army-Navy Game

Madison Rising is known for their intense music as well as their passionate promotion of freedom. The group has already played at halftime of a San Diego Chargers game and other athletic contests, spreading a message that always puts America first. But this is different. Oct 6, 2013 7:50 PM PT

Opinion: Bears QB Cutler Plenty Tough

Still think Jay Cutler's not tough? If so, there's no chance you watched Sunday night's game in Pittsburgh in which the Bears moved to 3-0 on the season with a 40-23 decision over the turnover prone Steelers. One of the big plays came in the fourth quarter, and it featured Cutler delivering a hit. With the game still up for grabs, Cutler scrambled on a third and 10 play for a 13-yard pick up and a huge Chicago first down. The play ended with a pulverizing hit and it was Cutler who came out on top. Sep 24, 2013 8:32 AM PT

Yankees AA Manager Tony Franklin Instrumental in Grooming Big League Talent

Tony Franklin has served as manager of the Trenton Thunder, the Yankees AA affiliate since 2007. During that tenure he has enjoyed tremendous success. Five playoff appearances in seven seasons and three titles is quite a resume for the 63-year-old Franklin to hang his hat on. One may think it's a body of work that deserves some consideration from Bronx Bomber brass. However, instead of being antsy about a potential opportunity in the future, Franklin is enjoying the ride, for now. Sep 16, 2013 3:00 PM PT

JW Cortes Sings National Anthem at Eastern League Playoff Game

When the Eastern League baseball playoffs started earlier this month in Trenton, New Jersey, there was clearly a New York state of mind engulfing the ball park. I was right in the thick of it. What wasn't as obvious was the Alaska connection between the man who would sing the national anthem that night and myself. Sep 16, 2013 3:00 PM PT

Opinion: Here Goes Roger Goodell Again

To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, here he goes again. It's the man who claimed to crack down on Mike Vick and Ben Roethlisberger, when really he coddled both. The same man who is killing our game with rule change after rule change. It's Roger Goddell, the NFL Commissioner. Now, he's wading into the waters of a possible Redskins name change. Sep 12, 2013 2:29 PM PT

So Far, So Good for Bears Coach Trestman

So far so good for Marc Trestman. After his Bears beat the Bengals 24-21 on Sunday, Trestman became only the fourth coach in franchise history to post a victory in his first game. Sep 11, 2013 4:36 PM PT

NFL Preview: Hester Will Determine Chicago's Fate

The Chicago Bears enter the 2013 season with some familiar faces and some new ones. All eyes will be on the offense with first year head coach Marc Trestman brining his innovative approach from the CFL and on a defense that while older, is still formidable. The difference between a so-so season and a special one however, may come down to special teams. Sep 7, 2013 11:38 AM PT

Madison Rising Infuses Patriotism into NFL Halftime Show

As Americans gear up for the NFL regular season where the games actually count, one of the last tune-up contests registered a huge victory this past week. A victory for patriotism. When San Diego hosted San Francisco at Qualcomm Stadium there was the expected sight of the Chargers powder blue and gold and the 49ers crimson and gold. Perhaps not as anticipated was what fans were treated to at halftime. The golden sounds of a rock band that bleeds red, white, and blue. Sep 5, 2013 9:41 AM PT

Column: Special Olympians Refreshing in Current Sports Era

In this day and age when steroids, autograph scandals, contract disputes, and off field violence dominate the headlines, Special Olympians provide a welcomed reminder of what sports is supposed to be about. While the media and our out-of-touch politicians continue to tell us to treat Jason Collins as a hero, I'll take solace in knowing who the real heroes are. I called their names. I saw them. They're special. Aug 22, 2013 10:45 AM PT


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