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2009 Archive

WMUL to call Marshall Men's Basketball at (10) UNC

Listen LIVE online (starting Tuesday at 6:30p)

Dec. 22 - This will be one of the biggest nights in WMUL history. Bobby Iddings and Andrew Ramspacher will call the game live from the Dean Smith Center, and James Roach will compute stats on site. Scott Hall will engineer back in Huntington.

Doc Holliday introduced as Marshall's new head football coach

Dec. 17 - From raw interviews to the live press conference in its entirety, we covered this historic day from every possible angle.

Listen to full press conference (25:20)

Polished stories
Main story by Adam Cavalier (2:11)
Post-conference reaction by Bobby Iddings (2:47)

Raw interviews
Doc Holliday - reporter pool (4:53) | solo (2:12)
Mike Hamrick (3:34)
Dr. Stephen Kopp (1:54)
Leon McCoy, Holliday's longtime mentor (4:16)

Conference USA Report: Bowl Edition

Listen to Part I (14:49)

Listen to Part II (12:06)

Previews are listed in order of appearance in the program.

Part I
Little Caesars Bowl (Dec. 26) - Marshall vs. Ohio
St. Petersburg Bowl (Dec. 19) - UCF vs. Rutgers
New Orleans Bowl (Dec. 20) - Southern Miss vs. Middle Tennessee St.

Part II
Hawaii Bowl (Dec. 24) - SMU vs. Nevada
Armed Forces Bowl (Dec. 31) - Houston vs. Air Force
Liberty Bowl (Jan. 2) - ECU vs. Arkansas

Sports director torch passed

Listen to Bobby Iddings' surprise montage for Ryan (4:30)

Dec. 12 - Ryan Epling, sports director since Spring 2007, is graduating. In his tenure he called everything from the Little League Southeastern Regional Championship to the Conference USA Semifinals for Women's Basketball. This past summer he was named one of the 50 best collegiate talents in the country by the Sports Talent Agency of America, along with fellow WMULer Adam Cavalier. We wish Ryan well wherever he ends up in the professional world.

Senior Bobby Iddings, an award-winning sportscaster and WMUL volunteer since Fall 2006, was named the new sports director Friday night. He is already starting to carry on the station's "think big" mentality, securing a broadcast position at the Dean Smith Center for the UNC game Dec. 22.

Major sports broadcasts over break

Dec. 9 - WMUL is proud to announce that we are heading to Chapel Hill! We have reserved an announcing spot inside the famous Dean Smith Center for the Marshall-UNC game Dec. 22. Our coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. with tipoff at 7.

However, WMUL will not be going to Detroit to call the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl between Marshall and Ohio on Dec. 26. It will be on the Thundering Herd ISP Sports Network and ESPN. We thank all 3,100 of you who made this season of Marshall football a record-breaking one for us.

J.R. Vanhoose moves from court to coach's box

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (2:14)

Dec. 4 - If you want to know where the former MAC first-teamer is, take a 2 1/2 hour drive south to Phelps, Kentucky, where the Lady Hornets are looking for a second straight regional championship appearance.

Women's Hoops get convincing road win over Cleveland State

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (2:04)

Dec. 3 - The final score may have read 75-61, but, truth be told, the game was nowhere near that close.

Mark Snyder resigns

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:55)

View official press release/statement on Herdzone

Nov. 29 - Snyder will not have a formal press conference, but he did meet with the team Sunday afternoon. Some of the players talked about that meeting afterward.

WMUL coverage of Marshall Women's Basketball vs. (24) Pitt

Listen LIVE online (starting Saturday at 5:30p)

5:30p - WMUL Pregame Show
Listen to a pregame interview with women's basketball head coach Royce Chadwick, plus scores from the last regular weekend of college football.

6p - Marshall vs. (24) Pitt
Listen to Coach Chadwick inside the huddle during every timeout, whether he's happy or angry.

A couple of broadcasting notes:

- WMUL will not be covering either the Marshall-UTEP football game or the Marshall-Ohio men's basketball game due to many of the student volunteers being out of town for Fall/Thanksgiving Break.

- If Marshall football makes a bowl, we will let you know our plans for bowl coverage as soon as possible. If not, we thank you for all the support this season. It has truly meant a lot to us.

WMUL coverage of Marshall Football and Women's Basketball

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 11:30a)

11:30a - Pregame Show
Listen to our pregame interview with Coach Royce Chadwick.

12p - Marshall Women's Basketball vs. Kent State
Marshall tries to recover from a hearbreak loss against Seton Hall and get its first win of the year. Also listen for Chadwick's Chalkboard, a live peek into the Herd huddle during every timeout.

2:30p - Herd Roundup
Not just Marshall football recaps but men's basketball, women's basketball, volleyball and baseball(!) reports.

3p - Conference USA Report
Oh, we can definietly tell you what this week's theme is, but then we'd have to kill you.

3:30p - WMUL Pregame Show
James Roach and Andrew Ramspacher kick off our live coverage from Joan C. Edwards Stadium with previews, recaps, features and analysis. Also, hear from the coaches from the marquee FBS matchups of the weekend.

4:30p - Marshall vs. SMU
Bobby Iddings makes his play-by-play debut, while Dave Traube also calls his first football game today. They are the future of Marshall football on WMUL, so we ask you to cheer them on.

~8p - Postgame Show
We cover the postgame press conferences of Mark Snyder and June Jones live and unedited.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Men's Basketball trying to get good on the road

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:22)

Nov. 19 - Donnie Jones has a 5-17 record on the road as the Herd's head coach, and this weekend it's off to Norfolk to take on Old Dominion.

Herd Baseball preps for 2010 season

Listen to Justin Tyree's report (2:52)

Nov. 19 - With fall ball over, the Herd's eyes are now focused solely on the first game of the year at Samford three full months from today.

Marshall fights back against in 63-60 win over MTSU

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:36)

Nov. 18 - Coach Donnie Jones says the defense helped save the day by creating opportunities the offense could not.

Women's Basketball experiences heartbreak vs. Seton Hall

Listen to Aaron Payne's live recap during Tuesday's 5p news (1:34)

Nov. 17 - Marshall finds itself in an 0-2 hole to start the season, but, as women's basketball assistant coach Roxanne White reminds us, the season is still very young.

WMUL coverage of Marshall Men's Basketball vs. NC A&T

Listen LIVE online (beginning at 1:30p)

Listen to 2008-09 Season in Review (29:59)

Nov. 15 - WMUL will cover all home games for the men's basketball team this season, while the Thundering Herd ISP Sports Network will be the only place to hear away games.

WMUL coverage of Marshall-Southern Miss football

Listen LIVE online (beginning at 2:30p)

2:30p - Herd Roundup
Football and basketball are back in full swing, and Men's soccer makes it to the C-USA Championship Game.

3p - Conference USA Report
In case you haven't heard, Tommy West had press conference after Memphis fired him this week. So in true C-USA Report style, here comes 30 straight minutes of mockery.

3:30p - WMUL Pregame Show
Dave Traube and Andrew Ramspacher kick off our live coverage from Joan C. Edwards Stadium with previews, recaps, features and analysis. Also, hear from the coaches from the marquee FBS matchups of the weekend.

4:30p - Marshall vs. So. Miss
- listen to official game preview

~8p - Postgame Show
We cover the postgame press conferences of Mark Snyder and Larry Fedora live and unedited.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Michaela Kissell making immediate impact on tennis team

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:37)

Nov. 12 - The transfer from Miami University says Marshall's program is more about family and less about being cut-throat.

Marshall men's soccer beats UAB on Senior Day, gets to play UAB again in playoffs

Listen to Bobby Iddings's report (2:32)

Nov. 9 - UCF could not defeat Top-15 Tulsa at home over the weekend, so the Herd gets the 2-seed for the C-USA tournament and an immediate rematch with the Blazers down in Tulsa.

Volleyball senior makes final kill in Senior Day win

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:36)

Nov. 9 - Emily Sullivan asked setter Liz Fleming to send the ball her way every time until the final point was scored.

Volleyball seniors head into last two home games

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:42)

Nov. 5 - Head coach Mitch Jacobs says Kristin Marcum and Emily Sullivan have shown great character by deciding to stay and fix the program after last year's problems.

Herd Softball completes fall ball

Listen to Justin Tyree's report (2:31)

Nov. 5 - The next slew of games--a.k.a. the regular season--comes in just over three months when they play Michigan State down at the Stetson University Leadoff Classic.

Volleyball head coach Mitch Jacobs on Trash Talk Sports

Listen to full interview (15:16)

Nov. 4 - Jacobs talks about the upcoming weekend, which includes UAB on Friday and senior day against Memphis Sunday at 1. WMUL will broadcast both games.

2009-10 Marshall Women's Basketball starts Sunday only on WMUL

Listen to MU-W.Va. Wesleyan exhibition game LIVE online (starting Sunday at 1:30p)

Listen to Women's Basketball '08-'09 season in review (33:04)

Oct. 30 - How will Royce Chadwick's four seniors (Alyssa Hammond, Chantelle Handy, Angelica "Stick" Harris and Kendra King) end their legacy at Marshall? Find out only on WMUL, the exclusive station for Marshall Women's Basketball.

Marshall Football at UCF Preview

Listen to Herd Roundup segment (9:43)

Oct. 30 - As most of the WMUL staff is in Austin for the Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. convention, we will not be calling the UCF game this weekend. However, we will be broadcasting the Herd's next game Nov. 14 against Southern Miss. As a thanks to the 2,600 people who have listened to our football coverage this year, we put together this preview so you can still get ready for the game 'MUL style.

Best Season Ever: Herd Women's Soccer edition

Listen to Aaron Payne's report (2:02)

Listen to the full call from Andrew Ramspacher (0:54)

Oct. 27 - Erika Duncan's goal in double overtime not only kept the Herd's playoff hopes alive in dramatic fashion. It also led the Herd to a record-high 12th win on the season. (Apologies to VH1 for stealing and modifying the title.)

WMUL will have the call of the MEGA important game against ECU--which, by the way, is also Senior Night--Friday stating at 6:45 p.m.

Putting faces to names: WMUL's broadcast team for Marshall-UAB

Listen to highlight montage of Herd's 27-7 win (1:42)

Oct. 26 - Click on the photo for a larger version. Here is the crew L-R: Adam Cavalier, Bobby Iddings, Ryan Epling, Andrew Ramspacher (seated), Dave Traube, Adam Rogers and Jarrod Clay. Rogers and Clay are freshmen who have shown the most effort so far and got to call the game with Adam Cavalier just for fun.

WMUL coverage of Marshall-UAB football

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 10a)

10a - Herd Roundup
Along with football, we cover all Marshall sports.

10:30a - Conference USA Report
Since there are only five games to preview this week, expect more randomness than usual. Key matchups (besides MU-UAB): SMU at (17) Houston, Southern Miss hosting Tulane, ECU at Memphis.

11a - WMUL Pregame Show
Adam Cavalier and Andrew Ramspacher kick off our live coverage from Joan C. Edwards Stadium with previews, recaps, features and analysis. Also, hear from the coaches from the marquee FBS matchups of the weekend.

12p - Marshall vs. UAB

~3:30p - Postgame Show
We cover the postgame press conferences of Mark Snyder and Neil Callaway live and unedited.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Hassan Whiteside makes strong debut at Herd Madness

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:43)

Oct. 23 - If what Whiteside did in 15 minutes were expanded to a full game, he would have put up a quadruple double in Thursday's intersquad scrimmage.

Herd looking to become bowl eligible for first time in five years

Listen to Bobby Iddings' report featuring Mario Harvey and Sean McClellan (1:51)

Oct. 22 - The Herd's magic number is two, though the players want to do more than just squeak into the postseason.

Women's Basketball is "all business" this year

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report featuring Chantel Handy, Ty Crook and Alyssa Hammond (1:40)

Oct. 22 - The Herd returns four of five starters in 2009-10 team, and every single one of them is a senior.

Men's Soccer neutralizes Tigers' size advantage in 2-1 win

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap, including highlights and reaction from Bob Gray (2:10)

Oct. 22 - Redshirt freshman Devin Perkins knocked in the game winner in the 60th minute.

Trainers tend to Darius Marshall's right knee at practice

Listen to Andrew Ramspacher's live analysis on Trash Talk Sports Wednesday (3:01)

Read Ramspacher's article in Thursday's Parthenon

Oct. 22 - Ramspacher attended Wednesday's practice and stopped by WMUL at around 6:30 that evening to provide the latest information he had.

Trash Talk Sports talks Herd Basketball

Listen to Donnie Jones's interview (4:31)

Listen to Royce Chadwick's interview (7:30)

Oct. 22 - Thundering Herd Madness is Thursday night at 7:30 at the Cam Henderson Center, with the women's team starting things off. The men take center stage at 8 p.m. with a dunking champion to be crowned by the end of the night.

Herd to face yet another scrambling quarterback

Listen to Bobby Iddings' report with reaction from Mark Snyder, John Jacobs and Kellen Harris (1:44)

Oct. 21 - So what's Marshall's next test after the speed of WVU? Oh, only a quarterback who averages 115 rush yards per game in '09 in UAB's Joe Webb.

Jon Adkins returns from pitching in South Korea

Listen to Ryan Epling's report (3:40)

Oct. 20 - The Wayne native is now in the offseason after helping lead the Lotte Giants based in Busan, South Korea, to the KBO semifinals.

Herd remains winless against WVU in football

Listen to Bobby Iddings' recap w/highlights during Monday's News (1:47)

Oct. 19 - The Herd stunned the near-sellout WVU crowd with an early lead, but the third quarter was one MU fans would rather forget.

WMUL coverage of Marshall @ WVU in fourth Friends of Coal Bowl

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 1:30p)

1:30p - Herd Roundup
Along with football, we also cover Marshall men's and women's soccer, volleyball, tennis and men's and women's golf.

2p - Conference USA Report
The FM 88 Sports team will balance brains and wit to preview this big week in C-USA. Three big conference matchups: ECU at Rice, Southern Miss hosting Memphis, Tulsa at UTEP (10/21). Plus, three national spotlight games: (23) Houston at Tulane, UCF hosting (9) Miami FL, UAB at Ole Miss.

2:30p - WMUL Pregame Show
Andrew Ramspacher and James Roach anchor our in-depth preview of Marshall-WVU live from Milan Puskar Stadium. Also, hear from the coaches in the marquee FBS matchups of the weekend: (6) USC at (25) Notre Dame, (4) Virginia Tech at (19) Georgia Tech and (22) South Carolina at (2) Alabama.

3:30p - Marshall at WVU

~7p - Postgame Show
Listen to postgame analysis and selection of players of the game for both Marshall and WVU.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Marshall-Tulane volleyball preview

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (2:04)

Oct. 16 - Marshall is currently tied for third in the conference heading into the final month of the regular season.

Fourth Coal Bowl features several state natives

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:29)

Oct. 15 - Wide receiver Aaron Dobson and defensive tackle James Burkes are Marshall's reps this season, while WVU features its share of native West Virginians as well.

Men's Soccer needs only one goal to defeat Univ. of Charleston

Listen to Justin Tyree's report (1:33)

Oct. 15 - A Top 15 team in Division II was held to only four shots on goal in Wednesday night's shutout.

Kristin Marcum: Kelly Bugler's return performance "awesome"

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:40)

Oct. 14 - Bugler had not played in a volleyball game for an entire year until she helped the Herd sweep the Memphis Tigers Sunday.

Tri-State High School Football Report on the Tolsia football facility fire

Listen to interview with Randy Payton, sports editor of the Wayne County News (14:46)

- TSHSFR and PayPal donation fund E-mail address:

Oct. 13 - Wayne County should be getting ready for the annual version of the always spirited Wayne-Tolsia rivalry. But instead, the entire county--and the surrounding community--is at a loss for words over a fire that destroyed Tolsia's football facilities today.

Here are some pictures of the devastation taken from the cell phone of TSHSFR cohost Grant Traylor. Click on the photos for a larger version.

This online editor normally doesn't editorialize, but this picture is one of the most surreal things I've ever seen.
These stairs once led to the second floor of the facility, but now they lead to nothing.

Many groups, including other area schools, have already announced that they would help in any way they can. TSHSFR, in cooperation with, is doing its part as well and has set up a PayPal donation fund. Send all donations to

Important broadcast note for Marshall at Tulane

Oct. 9 - WMUL's all-volunteer sports staff is taking a well-deserved weekend off and not broadcasting the Marshall-Tulane game. We pick back up next weekend when we go to WVU for the fourth Friends of Coal Bowl.

However, as a major thanks to the thousands who have listened to our coverage so far this season, we put together nearly 14 minutes of football-related material so you can still get up to speed WMUL style.

Listen to Herd Roundup Part I - ECU Review (6:52)

Listen to Herd Roundup Part II - Tulane Preview (6:56)

John Jacobs sacks players on weekends, teaches sixth graders on weekdays

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:23)

Oct. 8 - Jacobs is currently student teaching, and by now he's probably used to seeing every kid crink his or her neck in order to look at him.

Herd loss to ECU all about the breaks

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap, including reaction from Mark Snyder, John Jacobs, Kellen Harris, Brandon Burns, and ECU Coach Skip Holtz (2:19)

Oct. 5 - Reaction to Marshall's loss on Saturday was much tamer than the ire after Virginia Tech. In fact, common sentiment seems to be that the Herd played a decent game. It's just that none of the breaks went its way.

WMUL's coverage of Marshall vs. ECU at Homecoming '09

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 10a)

10a - Herd Roundup
Along with football, we also cover Marshall men's and women's soccer, volleyball, tennis and men's and women's golf.

10:30a - Conference USA Report
Last week they showed they were still kids by using Disney movies to preview games. So when they use boy bands in this week's previews, what does it make them? Um...maybe there are things in life that are better left NOT knowing about. Key games: (12) Houston at UTEP, SMU at (11) TCU, and Tulsa at Rice.

11a - WMUL Pregame Show
Dave Traube and Andrew Ramspacher breakdown Marshall-ECU live from the Joan. Also, hear from the coaches on marquee FBS matchups of the weekend: (8) Oklahoma at (17) Miami FL, (4) LSU at (18) Georgia and (7) USC at (24) Cal.

12p - Marshall vs ECU

~3:30p - Postgame Show
Listen to the postgame press conferences of coaches Skip Holtz and Mark Snyder live and unedited.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Marshall-ECU matchup is more than a game

Listen to Bobby Iddings' recap, including reaction from Mario Harvey, Coach Snyder and Brian Anderson (1:59)

Oct. 1 - Saturday's game is important for both teams, but this series has always had its share of off-the-field stories, some simply sad and others unbelievably tragic.

Men's soccer shuts out VMI

Listen to Justin Tyree's recap, with highlights and reaction from Coach Bob Gray

Oct. 1 - First-half scoring had been scare for the Herd, but both of its goals came in the first 45 munutes of the 2-0 victory.

Darius Marshall named national running back performer of the week

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap, including reaction from Daniel Balridge, Chad Scofield, Cody Slate and Brian Anderson (2:17)

Sept. 29 - Marshall shares the award with fellow C-USA player Andre Anderson of Tulane, who had 28 rushes for 199 yds and 4 TDs. (view full list)

Women's soccer off to best start in eight years

Listen to Aaron Payne's report, including reaction from head coach Kevin Long (1:13)

Sept. 29 - Women's Soccer in The Hood is on fire at a good time, as a Top-25 team comes into town on Friday night.

WMUL team at Memphis

Listen to highlight montage (2:00)

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap, including reaction from Darius Marshall and coach Mark Snyder (2:20)

Sept. 26 - More than 400 people listened live online to our call of Marshall's 27-16 win over Memphis Saturday. That pushes our total for the year to more than 1,900, not counting repeat visitors. Click on the press box picture to get a better look at our booth: the last one on the left on the fourth and highest level. It's also the only booth with a banner hanging outside it.

We were so far away from the action that even the play-by-play and color guys had to use binoculars, which led to a pretty good blooper: Adam Cavalier mistaking a butterfly for a penalty flag live on the air during the fourth quarter (0:39).

WMUL coverage of Marshall at Memphis Saturday

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 11 a.m.)

11a - Herd Roundup
The week that was in all Marshall sports, not just football.

11:30a - Conference USA Report
All the previews feature Disney movies this week, so they finally prove they never left childhood. Key games: UTEP at (2) Texas, (17) Houston hosting Texas Tech, Southern Miss at (20) Kansas and UAB at Texas A&M.

12p - WMUL Pregame Show
Bobby Iddings and Andrew Ramspacher breakdown Marshall-Memphis live from the Liberty Bowl in Memphis. Also, hear from Frank Beamer and Randy Shannon on the marquee FBS matchup of the weekend: (9) Miami FL at (11) Virginia Tech.

1p - Marshall at Memphis

~4:30p - Postgame Show
Listen for a full-game musical highlight montage and the selection of players of the game for both the Herd and the Tigers.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Marshall defeats WVU in volleyball for eighth straight year

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap (1:59)

Sept. 24 - The Cam Henderson Center had a rare moment happen Wednesday night: more than 1,500 people packing its seats and bleachers for a volleyball game.

Battle for the Golden Ball: Marshall vs. WVU

Listen LIVE (beginning Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.)

Listen to Adam Cavalier's preview (1:31)

Sept. 23 - Tonight, WVU athletics make their only visit to Marshall this year. Pregame begins at 6:45 and the game begins at 7.

Memphis Head Football Coach Tommy West on Trash Talk Sports

Listen to full interview (12:03)

Sept. 23 - Marshall football takes on Memphis down at the Liberty Bowl on Saturday afternoon. If you're heading down like we are for the game, he gives some expert advice on local eateries.

Marshall D brings heat in Bowling Green win

Listen to Adam Cavalier's recap -- includes Mark Snyder, Dave Clawson, Albert McClellan and Mario Harvey (2:05)

Listen to WMUL highlight montage (2:13)

Sept. 20 - Marshall's defense was supposed to carry the team this season, but it took three games to deliver on that promise.

Putting faces to names: MU-Bowling Green broadcast team

Sept. 20 - Here's the all-volunteer WMUL crew that brought you the 17-10 Marshall victory on Saturday night. From L-R: Adam Cavalier (play-by-play), Dave Traube (spotter), Bill Lusk (stats) and Andrew Ramspacher (sideline reporter). Color commentator Ryan Epling became ill and could not pose for this postgame photo. Click photo for larger version.

Bill Lusk deserves more than just a passing credit, though. See, Adam, Dave, Andrew and Ryan all live within 30 minutes of campus. Bill, though, lives two hours away in Logan County, but his behind-the-scenes stat work has made our already good sports broadcasters sound awesome for years now. He's also the quarterbacks coach for the #1 (A) Man High School Hillbillies.

WMUL's coverage of Marshall vs. Bowling Green Saturday

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 5p)

5p - Herd Roundup
The week that was in all Marshall sports, not just football.

5:30p - Conference USA Report
This week, we're on a trip to the O.K. Corral! Get fun, Western-themed previews and predictions of Rice trying to duplicate what Houston did to (16) Oklahoma State, Tulsa facing the Sam Bradford-less (12) Oklahoma, and ECU taking on (24) North Carolina.

6p - WMUL Pregame Show
Complete breakdown of Marshall-Bowling Green, plus a recap of the early games and a preview of the late games, including coaches' quotes.

7p - Marshall vs. Bowling Green

~10:30p - Postgame Show
Listen to the postgame press conference for both teams, including Marshall Head Coach Mark Snyder.

Listen on 88.1 FM in town or listen online.

Women's Soccer ready for tournament at Kentucky

Listen to Bobby Iddings' report (1:50)

Sept. 18 - The Herd will try to extend its shutout streak--and win streak--to eight (and possibly nine) games over in Lexington.

Herd Volleyball now has chemistry

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (1:36)

Sept. 17 - There's a universal saying among the 2009 version of Marshall Volleyball: Don't talk about last season. Ever.

Wednesday Night is Sports Night

6-7p Trash Talk Sports
Listen to Dave Clawson interview (5:24)

Can Cav and Tom at Trash Talk Sports get Bowling Green coach Dave Clawson to talk some trash?

7-8p Sportsview
Talk live with Marshall's women's soccer team, who has yet to give up a single goal. Also, talk with MU's volleyball squad, who defeated UNC at their house last weekend. The phone number is 304-696-3605.

Photo Gallery: WMUL at Virginia Tech

Sept. 15 - The final score was embarrassing for Herd fans, but thankfully we had a silver lining in the proverbial cloud: college student volunteers got to call a football game in a BCS stadium. That's awesome regardless of the score. Click photos for larger versions.

Beautiful view looking toward the press box. WMUL's booth was on the top level, second from the right.
View from the WMUL booth straight down. And yes, we became very familiar with seeing the Hokies down here.
Marshall entered the field amongst a massive sea of white--and that small, figure-seven slither of green at the far right.
The WMUL crew L-R: Bobby Iddings (spotter), Ryan Epling (play-by-play), Adam Cavalier (color) and Leannda Carey (on-site reporter).

In case you didn't hear it on Saturday, or you want to hear it again, here is Leannda Carey's halftime story on Virginia Tech honoring Frank Loria (2:34).

WMUL's coverage of Marshall @ (14) Virginia Tech

Listen LIVE online (beginning Saturday at 11:30 a.m.)

Sept. 10 - Let's quickly mention that the Hokies will wear this helmet on Saturday, the same style helmet the team had when Frank Loria played there. Loria, who became Marshall's defensive backs coach, died in the 1970 plane crash.

11:30a - Herd Roundup
The week that was in all Marshall sports, not just football.

12p - Conference USA Report
It's not often that Week 2 of the college football season is a big one, but four C-USA teams are taking on AP Top 25 schools this week: Houston at (5) Oklahoma State, Tulane hosting (9) BYU, Marshall at (14) Virginia Tech and UTEP hosting (24) Kansas. Also, four C-USA teams open up conference play this week. We'll combine serious analysis with our trademark edgy fun.

12:30p - WMUL Pregame Show
Get an in-depth preview of Marshall-Virginia Tech, including at least five separate reports from the FM 88 Sports team. Plus, listen to quotes from Pete Caroll and Jim Tressel on the biggest game of the weekend, (3) USC at (8) Ohio State.

1:30p - Marshall vs. (14) Virginia Tech

After the game, stay tuned for in-depth analysis and a musical highlight montage during the WMUL Postgame Show. Listen to all of this on 88.1 in the Tri-State, or listen online anywhere.

The SIU football crew: putting faces to names

Listen to SIU highlight montage (1:59)

Sept. 7 - A record 757 people listened to WMUL's coverage of Marshall defeating SIU 31-28 Saturday at the Joan, so we felt it was appropriate to show you the staff who brought it to you. L-R: Bobby Iddings (sidelines), Dave Traube (spotter), Adam Cavalier (color commentary) and Ryan Epling (play-by-play). Here's a larger version.

The main reason for the record audience was that flagship station WDGG (93.7 The Dawg) is no longer streaming football games due to circumstances beyond their control. WMUL will partially fill the void, as we will be covering nine of the 12 games this season. We will not be covering the Tulane, UCF or UTEP games.

WMUL to offer THREE hours of pregame coverage Saturday

Listen LIVE online (starting at 1:30p Saturday)

Sept. 3 - This is an older radio cliche, but it fits nicely here: On Saturday, tune in to WMUL and just rip the knob off, because we've got Marshall football all day long.

1:30p: 2008 Marshall Football Season in Review
Coach Mark Snyder sits down with host Adam Cavalier and analyzes every game.

2p: 2009 Marshall Football Season Preview
We interview various players and coaches, as well as provide our own in-depth analysis of offense, defense and special teams.

2:30p: Herd Roundup
The FM 88 Sports team recaps the past week in ALL of Marshall sports--not just football.

3p: Conference USA Report (preview)
Funny, edgy previews and predictions, including Memphis hosting Top-10 Ole Miss, ECU hosting D1 FCS powerhouse Appy St., and Rice, UAB, Tulsa and Tulane starting their seasons in conference. Includes coaches' quotes. ("Dalek" in the preview clip refers to former C-USA Report host Brian Dalek.)

3:30p: WMUL Pregame Show
Dave Traube and Tom Bragg broadcast live from the Joan and tell you what to expect from both Marshall and SIU, as well as preview the biggest D1-FBS games of the weekend, aided by coaches' quotes.

And remember, all that is just the precursor to the game itself, which we will broadcast starting at 4:30. After the game, stay tuned for our postgame coverage, which includes live drop-ins from the postgame press conference. Listen live on 88.1 FM in town or listen live online.

Which MU football player has the best hair?

Preview: Trash Talk Sports 9/2 (5:33)

Sept. 2 - Besides the usual questions at Media Day in August, Marshall football players got one more unexpected question from Cav and Tom. Stick around to the end and hear a great punchline.

Listen to the rest of Trash Talk Sports tonight from 6-6:45 p.m. eastern (listen link). You can also click on Ahmed Shakoor's photo over there and get a better look at that do.

WMUL's 2009 Marshall Football Season Preview released

Listen to full program (25:41)

Sept. 1 - We released the '08 season review a few weeks ago, but the time to talk about the past has passed. So now, Ryan Epling and the FM 88 Sports team tell you what's in store for this year on offense, defense and special teams.

Also, don't forget that WMUL will broadcast the season opener against SIU on Saturday. Listen LIVE online starting at 1:30 (three hours before kickoff).

Charleston Daily Mail's feature on Adam Cavalier

"Marshall student is rated one of best at calling the plays" - DM

Aug. 26 - A WMULer is compared to Tiger Woods. What other enticement do you need to read it?

Volleyball Season Preview: Bringing back the "Team"

Listen to Adam Cavalier's report (3:24)

Aug. 24 - The volleyball season starts in just four days at the Hofstra Tournament, and Coach Mitch Jacobs says don't look for this team to be mired at the bottom of C-USA like last year's squad.

Green dominates Special Teams Scrimmage

Listen to Andrew Ramspacher's recap (2:50)

Aug. 19 - Along with the usual suspects, special teams coach Jared Smith tried out seven new players for various positions during the annual special teams scrimmage.

Little League Coverage wraps up with Warner-Robbins sweep

Listen to championship game highlight montage (1:54)

Aug. 14 - Georgia's 6-3 victory over the Virginia All-Stars wrapped up our sixteenth and final day of Little League coverage at Mitch Stadium. We wish both Warner-Robbins teams luck in the baseball and softball world series, and we thank the Mitch Stadium Production Network and all 3,400+ of you who listened online to one of our 32 games.