Does anybody know whether the WTKA post game has started yet? I'm listening to WTKA via the internet right now, but all I'm getting is a non-stop string of public service announcements.
"I'm having a stroke..."
I'm listening to Ann Arbor's Big Show on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA right now. Ben Holden is hosting the show again. He's been hosting the show the last couple of Mondays. Does anybody know what happened to the usual Monday host Jeff "Raddy" Radford? No mention of either guy on WTKA's website.
A lot of people have posted wondering about the reliability of these guys when addressing the ongoing situation in Columbus. I've been listening to these guys for probably 4 or so years now. Lately, they've caught on and become pretty popular in central Ohio, and their schtick level is higher than it used to be, but they're still easily my favorite sports personalities, be it local or national. They are obviously OSU biased, even though neither grew up in Ohio. However, they routinely call a spade a spade, and are the first to criticize OSU athletes and the last to dismiss UofM athletes out of hand. If you get past all the OSU love, which I have been subjected to for almost 6 years now, they're actually pretty hilarious at times, and usually spot on with their takes on situations.
I can't see them discussing this stuff on the air unless they honestly believe it to be true. They may not vet their sources as well as a George Dohrmann type, but I'm sure some level of diligence was paid. This is not to say that their sources aren't snowballing them, but I know enough background to comfortably say that these guys aren't making this stuff up. I know this isn't breaking news or anything, but I thought I'd lend some background perspective on this OSU situation.
Any other Columbus people out there that have any take on this?
This could have been already posted but buried in the poop storm of late, but just a reminder for all you lucky ones still in Ann Arbor, Fans are invited to attend the live Coach's Radio show at Pizza House in Ann Arbor at 7pm.
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Listen live Wednesday night (Nov. 24) to the final Rich Rodriguez Coaches Radio Show of the regular season on WXYT radio (affiliates). Fans are invited to attend the live show at Pizza House in Ann Arbor. Read More