E34: Bobby, Ballard, and Beatdowns

We were excited for a new edition of Q & S, as we are every week, but some of that excitement was zapped when we learned just hours before taping that Bobby Unser had passed away. We lead off this week’s show by remembering the 87-year old, who was a unique character and an Indianapolis […]

R.I.P. Bobby Unser

The Indianapolis 500 icon affectionately referred to as “Uncle Bobby” has passed away at the age of 87. Three-time 500 winner Bobby Unser died this morning, leaving behind a tremendous legacy on the track, in the broadcast booth, and with anyone he ever met. Unser was the first driver in illustrious history of the race […]

Jake is Back on the Radio (in May)!

If you were looking for a daily Query fix on your radio (some of you are weird like that), then good news: you’ll have it for a month! Jake announced on his Facebook today that he’s agreed to take the baton from the retired Donald Davidson for Emmis’ nightly Month of May show. It won’t […]

Thirty Three: Month of May and NFL Draft!

We’re on the brink of resuming the greatest sports month in Indianapolis and just days away from the start of the important, but overrated, NFL Draft. We discuss both on Episode 33 of Query & Schultz! Besides IMS capacity restrictions and the likelihood of Chris Ballard trading down, he had other things to hit on […]

E32: Pacers, Presidents, & Bloody Pillows

I’d love to say we stuck to sports in the latest edition of Query & Schultz, but being that it was the first Sleep Deprivation show of the IndyCar season (Query drove 15 hours roundtrip to Alabama over the weekend), this one quickly got off track. We did, however, share some laughs as well as […]

Indy Monthly: Schultz on Slick

Attempting to put into words the magnitude of Slick Leonard’s legacy in Indiana was an impossible task, but I tried my best in this latest piece for¬†Indianapolis Monthly. While many have focused on his on-court accomplishments – there are many – I think what made Leonard’s connection with Indiana so special was the fact that […]

LISTEN: Query on JMV

Every couple of weeks, Jake makes an appearance with longtime friend JMV on his afternoon show on 107.5 The Fan. He made his return to the airwaves this afternoon to discuss Slick Leonard’s legacy in-depth and IndyCar’s opening weekend in Alabama. Obviously, most of the conversation centers around Slick, and it’s definitely worth a listen: […]

R.I.P. Slick Leonard

The most important sports figure in Indianapolis history is no longer with us. In hearing the news earlier this afternoon of Bobby “Slick” Leonard’s passing at the age of 88, that was my first thought. Slick, and his wife, Nancy, are the reason the Indiana Pacers still exist. If the Pacers stopped existing in Indiana […]

Episode 31: A “Lull” (Jake’s word)

Football is over, college hoops is over, and despite being on the heels of golf’s most-discussed Major, the final month of the NBA regular season, the opening of IndyCar’s 2021 campaign, and rapidly approaching the NFL Draft, Query kicked off our latest show by bemoaning a “lull” in the sports calendar. Huh? Forget Jake – […]

E30: Road to Indy Ends

After 67 games, the unprecedented all-Indiana NCAA Tournament came to a conclusion Monday night. In the latest episode of Query & Schultz, we tie a bow on a remarkable chapter in March Madness history, debate the ranking of Jalen Suggs’ buzzer-beater in the lore of the event and look towards the future in Bloomington: Recapping […]