Photo Galleries: 1992

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BEA/NAB Convention: Las Vegas

Brad Williamson outside the Las Vegas convention center
Dr. Bailey outside the Las Vegas Convention center
Williamson points out the WMUL mic flag on this demonstration board
Inside the NAB convention: Dr. B.R. Smith, Paula Thomas and Brad Williamson.
The super bright Las Vegas strip as seen from the Mirage Hotel
The world-famous Mirage hotel resort, where lots of things that happen have stayed.

Marconi Awards in Chicago

Chuck Miller poses beside the Q101 wall decoration.
A Q101production studio console with a ton of buttons
The B96 waiting room
Chuck Miller stands at the entrance to the CBS Radio and Television complex, which includes B96 (WBBM-FM), WBBM-AM and WBBM-TV, among others
Radios at the Broadway museum
More radios
Brad Williamson stands beside three puppets.
A look at the vault of Jack Benny
Fibber McGee and Molly
Here's another old radio at the broadway museum.
Williamson from the Hancock Tower
Williamson from the Sears Tower
Chuck Miller, Brad Williamson and Cameron Smith before the awards ceremony
Celebrity Morton Downey, Jr., spoke to the award attendees.

West Virginia AP Broadcasters Association Convention

CNN's Susan Rook spoke to convention attendees and also took some photos with various WMUL staffers. Chuck Miller is at far left, Cameron Smith is next to him, then Rook and Stephanie Pauley at far right.
CNN's Susan Rook beside Jim McDermont
Rook and WTCR's Sarah Diamond-Dunlap, president of WVAPBA
Marti Leach with award in hand
Stephanie Ray
Derek Scott
Kim Wheeler and Andrea Runion
The entire WMUL staff in attendance: Stephanie Ray, Paul Swann, Marti Leach, Andrea Runion, Kim Wheeler, Jim McDermott, Tom Roten, CNN's Susan Rook, Derek Scott, Cameron Smith, Stephanie Pauley and Mark DiIorio

1992 Southern Conference Women's Tournament

WMUL and other media preparing for the game. Former Olympic medalist swimmet Mary White can be seen at the far right.
Derek Scott interviews a UT-Chattanooga player
Scott still interviewing the UT-Chatt. player
The action on the court during the championship game
The entire WMUL women's tourney staff: John Ratcliff, Steve Young, Derek Scott and Matt Mega

1991 Southern Conference Men's Tournament

On Chimney Rock, Needle's Eye in particular
Jim Treacy from the overlook
An American flag at the top of the rock formation
A breathtaking view from the opera box
This is from Devil's Head, and you can see the complex rock formations behind Brad Williamson and Jill McNeal.
The crew would eventually make its way to the civic center to call the games; these ladies, Julee Kessler and Jill Mcneal, had prime seats in the stands
WMUL's broadcast location
The WMUL broadcast staff
Derek Scott interviews the Herald Dispatch's Rick McCann.
Here's another interview, this time with ETSU assistant coach and former UNC stat Jeff Leho.
Tom Roten interviews Marshall AD Lee Moon.
All the WMUL men in attendance in Asheville: Jim Treacy, Jason Philyaw, Derek Scott, Jeff Waugh, Brad Williamson, Dave McWhorter and Tom Roten.

Performing Arts Center Grand Opening

The stage area with its warm lighting
The view from nearly directly behind the podium
Reel-to-reels, cassette players and CD players in the sound room
A closer look at the sound console

Vernon Cremeans' 10th Anniversary with WMUL

The special cake commemorating Vernon's dedication and longtime service
Dr. Bailey gives Vernon his award.
Vernon and Dorsey Bass get some chicken and part of that delicious cake
Vernon and his wife
A closer look at the award Vernon received

Herd media Day - Football

The brand new facilities building
The then stylish Marshall text on a pillar leading to the bathroom
Exterior of facilities building
Wide shot of the stadium
The scoreboard...and notice the grasssy hill instead of bleachers.
Tom Roten working for K97 and conducting an interview
Brad relaxing on the practice dummies

Football: NCAA Championship

Even the pregame energy was amazing
Youngstown State takes the field
Marshall takes the field
The CBS near field-level camera is ready to cover the championship
The plywood setup that sticks out like a sore thumb is CBS's. It's for monitors for their on-air talent.
Yep, that's our banner.
The stadium was filled to absolute capacity
The stadium was full of signs for Marshall
A huge air-filled Ronald McDonald was on hand for this extra-special occasion.
Halftime score: Marshall 14, Youngstown St. 0
The game was tied at 28 until "The Kick" took place, ultimately giving Marshall the 31-28 victory and the national title.
And obviously, Marshall's fans went nuts shortly after the final seconds ticked off the clock.