N The Zone SEASON 2: Wade B. Olson, Nicole Powell, Wayne Neal, Jeffrey Boyd, Tiera Dobbins, Adam Little, Alex Washington

nthezonelogoALL NEW EPISODE! On this brand NEW edition of “N The Zone” (@NTheZoneShow); shenanigans ensue along with a “best of” monologue from Palmer as he discusses his time with The St. Louis American and gives a hard but effective lesson to Elsberry Elite Flyers basketball coach Britney Koch-Dowell. (CLICK LINK BELOW)

NOTE: The following contains language that some will find objectionable. Parental discretion is advised. CHE-TOA-TAH!

N The Zone SEASON 2: Open and The Monologue 01-22-17

Wade B. Olson is back again to talk about the recent political topics regarding Senators Elizabeth Warren and Al Franken and their confrontation with Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos along with the inauguration of President Donald Trump. (CLICK LINK BELOW)

N The Zone SEASON 2: Wade B. Olson 01-22-17

Nicole Powell of The Sportstyle talks Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks, all the rumors and why Phil Jackson doesn’t seem to be a good fit for the organization. (CLICK LINK BELOW)

N The Zone SEASON 2: Nicole Powell 01-22-17

Wayne Neal, our newest member of the N The Zone family w/ “N The Zone LA,” joins the show to talk the vibe in LA about the Chargers coming to town and whether it’s good to have two teams in two different conferences. He also talks the L.A. Lakers and if the organization can nab a big free agent for the future. (CLICK LINK BELOW)

N The Zone SEASON 2: Wayne Neal 01-22-17

Jeffrey Boyd, STL alderman and candidate for mayor of St. Louis sits down in-studio with Palmer talking about his plans if elected and also why the St. Louis American newspaper completely disrespected him on social media and why the paper is sold on one particular candidate. (CLICK LINK BELOW)

N The Zone SEASON 2: Jeffrey Boyd 01-22-17

Getting you geared for the conference championships…we have our N The Zone family entertaining you to close out the show. From NFLFemale.com and N The Zone Ohio, Tiera Dobbins. Alongside her is the guys from the Deuces Wild podcast aka N The Zone New England…Adam Little and Alex Washington. It’s Steelers-Patriots in the AFC and Packers-Falcons in the NFC. Who is going to the Super Bowl? (CLICK LINK BELOW)

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N The Zone SEASON 2: Tiera Dobbins, Adam Little, Alex Washington 01-22-17

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MLS2STL Group Formed To Advance MLS Options


According to a February 17 press release, a group of St. Louis business and sports leaders — the MLS2STL Group – has been constructed to explore and advance the city’s candidacy to be granted a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise.

MLS Commissioner Don Garber responded to the formation of the MLS2STL Group with the following statement:

“We know St. Louis is a tremendous soccer market and are pleased to see many prominent business and sports leaders becoming involved in the efforts to bring a Major League Soccer team to the downtown area,” Garber said. “We look forward to working with the group to further evaluate St. Louis and see if it is ready for an MLS expansion team.”

The MLS2STL Group is comprised of the following members:

-Bill DeWitt III (President, St. Louis Cardinals)

-Rob Ebert (Partner at Bryan Cave)

-Jim Kavanaugh (Co-Founder and CEO of World Wide Technology)

-Vicky Lynch (Consultant for Lynch Sports and Events)

-Bob O’ Loughlin (President of Lodgning Hospitality Management)

-Dave Peacock (Chairman of the Board of Directors for the St. Louis Sports Commission)

-Jim Powers (President of UniGroup)

-Jim Woodcock (Senior VP, Partner and Global Sports Co-Lead for FleishmanHillard)

-Chris Zimmerman (President/CEO of St. Louis Blues, Scotttrade Center and Peabody Opera House)

Recently, MLS announced intentions to expand the league to eventually expand to 28 teams. The professional soccer organization anticipates having 24 franchises by 2020. Currently, the league is comprised of 20 clubs.

The MLS2STL Group is expected to work close with the St. Louis Sports Commission in an effort to conduct baseline market assessments for a potential franchise owner or owners. In addition, they plan to explore possible stadium sites, funding options and the region’s ability to host an MLS expansion team.