Doc Stull’s Sports Today and in the Day

“The Saga of the Hands of Stone:  Roberto Duran on  ESPN  Humboldt Sports Radio 1340 AM/92.7 FM Eureka, CA  Sept. 28 – Oct. 2, 2015 at 7:55 AM

(Hispanic Heritage Month)


One of the greatest fighters in history – pound for pound, Panamanian Roberto Duran rivaled Sugar Ray Robinson as one of the finest puncher-boxer combinations in the sport of boxing. Fighting in five decades, Duran’s smoldering intensity was legendary – but his famous “no mas” championship fight with another “Sugar Man,” Sugar Ray Leonard in 1980 also indelibly stamped his legacy.

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Radio Inteview

  1. KMUD, 88.1 FM, Eureka, 91.1 FM Garberville,

Friday, 6:00 PM  September 18, 2015


A well-known Humboldt State University professor is taking early retirement to pursue his new teaching goals. Richard “Doc” Stull starts teaching English As a Second Language at the Garberville College of the Redwoods school next week. KMUD’s Terri Klemetson sat down with Doc Stull during a moment between classes at HSU to reflect on past adventures, his recent trip to Nicaragua his love of teaching…and future plans.

Doc’s Beginning English class is offered free through College of the Redwoods, Garberville campus, 286 Sprowl Creek Rd., beginning Wednesday, Sept. 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and every Monday and Wednesday thereafter through December 9, 2015.  The class is open enrollment – you can join anytime.  (707) 476-4153 for more information.  Free. Come to class to register.

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Doc Stull’s Sports Today and in the Day

“Rhythms of the Game – Bernie Williams:  The Link Between Musical and Athletic Performance on  ESPN  Humboldt Sports Radio 1340 AM/92.7 FM Eureka, CA  Sept. 21 – 25, 2015 at 7:55 AM

(Hispanic Heritage Month)


Rhythms Picture

Bernie Williams, native of Puerto Rico and graduate of a performing arts high-school, retired Yankee five- time all-star center-fielder and now professional jazz guitarist co-authors a unique book about “the link between music and athletic performance” with percussionist and professor. Dave Gluck and Emmy-nominated music producer Dr. Bob Thompson.

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Doc Stull’s Sports Today and in the Day

“NFL Films on  ESPN  Humboldt Sports Radio 1340 AM/92.7 FM Eureka, CA  

Sept. 14- 18, 2015 at 7:55 AM


nfl films

The father and son team of Ed and Steve Sabol use classical masters from art, music and literature to market to the masses in the 1960’s and pro football becomes the dominant television sport in America.

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Doc Stull’s Sports Today and in the Day

“Harvard Beats Yale 29 – 29 on  ESPN  Humboldt Sports Radio 1340 AM/92.7 FM Eureka, CA  Sept. 7 – 11, 2015 at 7:55 AM


One of the most famous headlines in college football history – and, an improbable game in 1968 that eerily reflected and portended America’s political and popular culture future.

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Radio Appearance: Humboldt Homepage, KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata, CA

 Friday, Sept. 4,  2015 at 1:00  PM  –  Pancho Gonzales:  Tennis


Join Doc and host Danielle Orr for for their monthly feature on great athletes and sport from the Americas and Caribbean and their connection to popular culture and politics.

26 Jun 1969, London, England, UK --- Original caption: Wimbledon, England: Pancho Gonzales of the U.S. in action during his Wimbledon tennis open match against Ove Bengsson of Sweden. He won this Men's Singles event, 6-4, 6-3 and 6-3. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

This month, we’ll speak about one of the greats in American sport history- and America’s first minority champion in the world of tennis, Ricardo “Pancho” Gonzales from Los Angeles, California,  Though often forgotten in the age of today’s media coverage of superstar tennis players like Serena Williams and Roger Federer,  Gonzales was  big, strong, smart, fast, athletic- and both feared and admired by peers.  The self-taught Gonzales, who died 1995, dominated the game in the 1950’s and played through-out the 60’s in the wooden-racquet era.  Though a complicated and difficult personality, his peers often remarked that no-one in the game had a competitive fire like Gonzales.