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Watch: Billikens Take Down Duquesne in Final Seconds of A-10 Tourney First Round

By Chris Files | March 9, 2017

The Billikens rallied in the second half of Wednesday’s A-10 conference first round to take down Duquesne 72-71. The game-winning shot came from Davell Roby with 1.6 seconds to play. The Billikens take on George Washington tonight at 7:30. Watch the game winner below, with Bob Ramsey on the call: Here’s the game-winner with the …

Daily Bernie: Nov. 17 – Cards ‘Engaged’ in Finding an Outfielder, Ford Excited for Billikens Future

By Luke Schnake | November 17, 2016

Baseball rumors are abound this time of year, usually with not much to show for them for another couple of months. But what else do the fans have at the moment? Cardinals GM John Mozeliak isn’t one to drop names of potential future Redbirds, but when asked about Dexter Fowler, says it “doesn’t take a …

Daily Bernie: October 25 – Cards Fans Should Take the High Road, Blues Getting Scoring Chances

By Luke Schnake | October 25, 2016

We get it. It’s tough for any fanbase to watch the hated rivals compete for a title, especially when they’ve been the ‘cute’ little team no one ever feared for so long. This is all the more reason Cardinals Nation should tip your cap and take the high road over the next week. Bernie gives …

Daily Bernie: October 14 – Blues Third Line Shines Thursday, Mizzou Playing For Pride at Florida

By Luke Schnake | October 14, 2016

The Note are still on pace for 82 victories after Thursday’s 3-2 home opener win over Minnesota and the third line of Nail Yakupov, Patrik Berglund, and Magnus Paajarvi are a big reason why. 82 wins is probably out of the question, but Bernie talks the third liners’ heroics on Friday’s show and why the …

Daily Bernie: August 3 – The 2016 Cardinal Way: Bad Defense, Bad Baserunning, Bad Decision-Making

By Luke Schnake | August 3, 2016

The Cardinals lost in tragic fashion Tuesday night in Cincinnati as the Reds claimed victory behind a Scott Schebler three-run walk-off dinger. And somewhere in there Mike Matheny double-switched out his third, fourth, and fifth hitters. So how much was the skipper to blame? Bernie aptly covers this topic Wednesday and welcomes ESPN baseball broadcaster, …

Travis Ford Says the Billikens can be on Par with Villanova, Other Elite Programs

By Luke Schnake | April 7, 2016

Travis Ford has been Billikens head basketball coach little over a week, but is hitting the ground running. The former Oklahoma State coach is known throughout his career for being a strong recruiter and cultivating up-tempo offenses. He hopes to do the same for Saint Louis University. Ford recently told Bernie Miklasz about his approach …

Daily Bernie: April 6 – Cardinals Waste Bullpen, Blues Shed Baggage, New SLU Era

By Luke Schnake | April 6, 2016

A busy Wednesday on The Bernie Miklasz Show as the host breaks down Tuesday’s Cardinals loss and assesses Mike Matheny’s in-game decision making. Bernie also talks Blues hockey with NHL Network analyst Brian Lawson and why the team isn’t carrying past seasons’ playoff baggage. Other interviews include 101ESPN Cardinals Insider Jen Langosch and new Billkens …

Daily Bernie: April 1 – Matheny Under Pressure, Blues Playoffs, Billikens’ Future

By Luke Schnake | April 1, 2016

Bernie kicks off April with plenty of Friday baseball talk and wonders if Blues fans should be worried about the 2016 playoffs. The show also welcomes SLU Athletic Director to talk the Billikens’ baseketball future and Travis Ford’s hiring. Other interviews include Cardinals FSM announcer Dan McLaughlin and college hoops analyst Mike DeCourcy. 7AM Hour More …

Daily Bernie: March 30 – Blues Keeping Pace, Cardinals ‘Chomping at Bit,’ More NFL Hypocrisy

By Luke Schnake | March 30, 2016

The Blues are playing their best hockey with five regular season games remaining. Can they stick with Dallas down the stretch? Most likely, if Brian Elliot remains a stone wall. Bernie delves into this topic Wednesday with former Blues star Adam Oates. There’s been tension coming out of the Cardinals’ Jupiter camp and it’s unknown if …

Billikens Lack Commitment Necessary for Regular NCAA Tournament Appearances

By Randy Karraker | March 21, 2016

My friend Frank Cusumano raised a good question on Twitter Sunday night, as NCAA 2-seed Xavier lost to Wisconsin on a heart breaking buzzer-beater in St. Louis. The question; “Can somebody explain to me how Xavier in NCAA’s for 25th time and @SLU_Billikens are at 7? Same kind of Jesuit school, city and facility.” I’ve …