Articles by: Curtis Kitchen
Curtis Kitchen has followed the Big 12, Kansas State and national college basketball beat, including K-State's run to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight in 2010. You can currently follow his work here and with KCSP 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City. In the past, he also covered the Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting KC) for Major League Soccer's mlsnet.com site as well as the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals for Sports Radio 810 WHB. His freelance portfolio ranges media outlets and publications, including gopowercat.com (part of the Rivals network), collegehoopsnet.com and the Miami Herald. Prior to moving to Kansas City, Kitchen was the public relations manager for the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) from 2003-2005, when he handled assigned media duties for several competition programs including the ProRally Championship and SPEED World Challenge series.
Just when we thought the Kansas City Royals were a shoo-in to hoist that American League Central April champion banner …Read more ›
While suffering through ANOTHER day off for the Kansas City Royals — the fourth official off-day in the past 12 days…Read more ›
Stand down, Good Fight soldiers. The Mike Rice target was identified and erased. The entire can of political RAID angrily emptied out on a single cockroach did its intended job.Read more ›
The state of Kansas is a game away from having two teams in the NCAA Tournament’s Elite 8, just like we thought it could…Read more ›
Florida Gulf Coast University has become the darling of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, becoming the first No. 15 seed to ever make it to the Sweet 16.Read more ›