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Mike Bartrum, MU tight end during 1992 national title run
Deacon Jones, first-ballot NFL hall of famer
Al Oliver, 7x MLB All-Star and Portsmouth, OH, native
Rick Reed, 2x MLB All-Star and Huntington native
Rece Davis and Mark May
John Gregory, ESPN regional TV
Hoppy Kercheval, Mountaineer Sports Network
The FM 88 Sports Report on...
Monday-Friday 5:20-5:25p ET
We deliver five solid minutes of sports during the 5 p.m. edition of Newscenter 88. Includes late-breaking sports news from Marshall University and the rest of the sports world.
Fridays 9p-Midnight ET (during basketball season)
Ryan Epling and various guest hosts spread the word about all the happenings of high school basketball in West Virginia, plus deliver scoreboard updates from around the state and take your phone calls.
James Collier talks Marshall sports, along with anything else creating buzz in sports. Plus you never know who will step into the octagon next.
Alec Hildebeidel and Braxton Crisp follow and keep you up to date on all the drama of soccer around the world from the week that was on FC 88.1, plus break down the coming week's action.
The hosts interview members of many Thundering Herd Sports programs live in the studio. Listeners can also call in: 304-696-3605.
The FM 88 Sports Staff debates topics across Marshall Athletics and the entire world of sports in this winner-take-all format.
Hosts Josh Rose and Josh Buchanan break down the world of motorsports, from NASCAR to F1 and everything in-between. Call The Racer's Edge toll-free hotline at 1-(855) 907-9344 to be a part of the show.
The Conference USA Report is a Fall semester only program that previews all the football matchups involving Conference USA teams for the upcoming weekend.
See the stories in the left column? Those could have your name by them. Even if you have no sportscasting experience, you can become an award-winning sports journalist just by volunteering at WMUL! We are more than happy to train newbies on how to make great programming. Here are two easy ways to get started:
1. Fill out an online application. We will contact you as soon as possible.
2. Attend the weekly sports meeting Mondays at 8pm in CB201. Need directions? Here's a station map.
Use the search box below to query our growing database of sports content. Keywords can include dates ("February 7, 2013"), names of interviewees and reporters, and descriptions of stories.
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