'Superstar' no more: Morris loses KFAN job

  • Article by: PAUL WALSH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 6, 2012 - 10:20 PM
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Kuch100Dec. 6, 1210:35 PM

This sucks. Superstar was great and I hope that someone with a brain in the Twin Cities gets him back on the air quickly. He's the loveable Lurtsema of my generation.

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partskcojDec. 6, 1211:00 PM

It was time to move on and get serious.Now they have to get rid of the windbag PA and bring in a legit sports host.here is an example of his football incompetence..he needs more time to evaluate Ponder. R U nuts. Anybody who knows football knows Ponder will never be a franchise QB. let's clean house at KFAN!

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sidhartmannDec. 6, 1211:01 PM

His no talent sidekicks should have gone first.

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KillerzDec. 6, 1211:08 PM

And common stays?? this a joke, the Power Trip is the ONLY thing worth listening to on that station...Bump is good too, but Common & PA are awful!!!

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strib1991Dec. 6, 1211:10 PM

The guy was honest and a class act. He will be missed!!!

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starreader4Dec. 6, 1211:36 PM

must have used the words cliche and preposterous one to many times on his broadcast.

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EricHansonDec. 6, 1211:41 PM

Mike Morris was the least of concerns for that morning show.

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callmestupidDec. 7, 12 5:05 AM

and KFAN declines

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jplamp9Dec. 7, 12 5:12 AM

They fired the only credible authority who truly understands the Vikings. He's a sharp guy who played & his insight will sorely missed. Common admits he doesn't care about sports, P.A. is a highly opinionated fan full of bluster with little expertise & Barreiro is great the 5 minutes an hour he talks sports.

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FreddieBabyDec. 7, 12 5:13 AM

Merry Christmas from Clear Channel to Mike Morris. Sheesh! What a great time to do this to someone. It is Clear Channel's loss, that's for sure. Good luck, Superstar, in all of your future endeavors.

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