Posted: Friday, 14 June 2013 7:30PM

Best of Joe's Journal: Dick Fick



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   Our "Best of Joe's Journal" feature runs every Thursday during the 9 o'clock sports segment on the Ozarks CW.  This week we turned the clock back to 1996 when Morehead St. out of Kentucky visited the old Hammons Student Center to play Steve Alford's Missouri St. Bears.  The coach at Morehead St. was the infamous Dick Fick, who was known for putting on quite a show on the sidelines during games.  Fick, who passed away in 2003, was kind enough to let KY-3 put a microphone on him during the game, and the results are something you definitely don't want to miss.  Check it out in this "best of" Journal by Joe Hickman. Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video Player

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