Lauren McCarthy is trailing behind Jack Harry...who will win it all?
Lauren McCarthy gets a Christmas present early - She's beating Jack Harry!
Lauren McCarthy talks about McCarthy Auto Group's new website and this year's shoe drive for people in need.
Jack Harry and Lauren McCarthy take a break from football and talk about Black Friday at the McCarthy Auto dealerships.
Lauren McCarthy is only one point down. How does Lauren make her picks? Jack Harry asks her the big question.
Jack Harry is finally beating Lauren McCarthy and Lance Veeser says Jack is throwing a party for himself to celebrate!
Jack Harry and Lauren McCarthy look back at Week 3 and it was not a good week for their picks.
Lauren McCarthy beat Jack Harry in the first week! Jack and Lauren also look forward to next week and talk about Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
Lauren McCarthy is now tied with Jack Harry! Who will finish first in the end?
Lauren McCarthy is trailing Jack Harry by only 4 points. This is a close competition!
Jack Harry and Lauren McCarthy talk about their predictions for Monday's game between the Chiefs and Steelers.
Lauren McCarthy is losing to Jack Harry. Will the losing streak continue or will she make a comeback?
Jack Harry and Lauren McCarthy talk about Monday's game between the Houston Texans and the New York Jets.
Lauren McCarthy had another good week -- 9-16! After Week 2, Jack Harry is 3 points behind Lauren.
Get to know Lauren McCarthy on the first Lauren Wants to Know Football Picks segment during Sports Sunday.
The University of Kansas says it has approved a deal that will expand live coverage of Jayhawks athletics across Kansas.
One win at a time, the Royals are scrapping their way toward the top in the AL Central.
Jack's Smack | The Royals certainly have their swagger back, but is that good -- or bad?
Former Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli is joining NBC's Sunday night studio show.
Kareem Richardson is putting his stamp on the UMKC basketball program. The new head coach hopes to lead the Roos to their first NCAA Tournament.
NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman will coach a team of Kansas City-area basketball players this weekend as a national street ball tour takes on local athletes.