Orange Bowl Partners with Sports Radio 560 WQAM and ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM) to Broadcast Live from College Football Media Days

 

FullSizeRenderThe Orange Bowl is partnering with Sports Radio 560 WQAM for the third consecutive year and ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM) for the second, to broadcast the “Capital One Orange Bowl Media Tour” Programming will feature 44 hours of live coverage of college football media days from ACC, Big Ten and SEC in advance of the 2017 college football season. This year, the 84th Capital One Orange Bowl will be played on December 30 at 8 p.m.

Both stations will provide live in-depth preseason football coverage at media days in Hoover, Ala. (Southeastern Conference), Charlotte, N.C. (Atlantic Coast Conference) and Chicago (Big Ten Conference). WQAM’s programming will be inside its regular day time programs, “The Joe Rose Show” “The Big O Show” and “Hochman and Crowder,” while ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM) will vary its broadcast hours.

Programming will feature interviews with coaches, student-athletes, administrators, nationally prominent media members and conference commissioners, all discussing the upcoming college football season.

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Kicking off WQAM’s coverage of the Capital One Orange Bowl Media Tour will be “The Big O Show,” live from SEC Media Days, July 10-13, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. EDT each day. Host Orlando Alzugaray will be joined by Joe Zagacki, voice of the Miami Hurricanes. The following week, Zagacki will join Zach Krantz and “The Joe Rose Show” live from 6 – 10 a.m. EDT from ACC Kickoff, July 13-14. On July 13, WQAM will have eight straight hours of media days coverage: 6 -- 10 a.m. from the ACC and 10 a.m. -- 2 p.m. from the SEC.

Finally, “Hochman and Crowder” will feature host Marc Hochman and Zagacki live from Big Ten Media Days, July 24-25 from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. EDT.

ESPN West Palm’s (106.3 FM) “Joe and Kokell Show” featuring Joe Colella and Chris Kokell will be live from the SEC Media Days on Monday, July 10 from 10 a.m. – Noon and Tuesday, July 11 from 3 – 5 p.m. EDT. The pair will also be broadcasting from the ACC Kickoff on Thursday, July 13 from, 10 a.m. -- Noon and Friday, July 14 from 4 – 6 p.m. Nolan Murphy will be live from Big Ten Media Days Monday and Tuesday, July 24-25 from 6 – 8 p.m., as part of the “Joe and Kokell Show.”

Click below to find the audio from each station:

560 WQAM ESPN West Palm

Here is the full listing of interviews done by Sports Radio 560 WQAM and ESPN 106.3 West Palm during the 44 hours of programming on the Capital One Media Days Tour presented by Florida Prepaid College Plans:

ACC

Andrea Adelson, ESPN.com
Wes Durham, ACC Network
Don Slesnick, OBC Prsident
Dean Jordan, Wasserman Group (ACC Media consultant)
Lamar Jackson, Louisville QB, 2016 Heisman, (Boynton Beach HS)
Deondre Francois, FSU QB
Derwin James, FSU DB
Jimbo Fisher, FSU HC
Dabo Swinney, Clemson HC
Dino Babers, Syracuse HC
John Swofford, ACC Commissioner
Wendell Dunn, Wake Forest DL (Miami Palmetto HS)
David Cutcliffe, Duke HC
Pat Narduzzi, Pitt HC
Mark Richt, Miami HC
Shaq Quarterman, Miami LB
Mark Walton, Miami RB
Bobby Petrino, Louisville HC
Steve Addazio, Boston HC

Big Ten

Dave Wannstedt, Fox Sports
A.J. Hawk, Fox Sports & SiriusXM
P.J. Fleck, Minnesota HC
Kirk Ferentz, Iowa HC
Jason Capinda, Penn State LB
James Franklin, Penn State HC
Tom Allen, Indiana HC
Paul Chryst, Wisconsin HC
Chris Ash, Rutgers HC
Brady Quinn, Fox Sports
Don Slesnick, Orange Bowl President
Urban Meyer, Ohio State HC
Robert Smith, Fox Sports
Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern HC
Mason Cole, Michigan C

SEC

Matt Stinchcomb, SEC Network Analyst
Paul Finebaum, SEC Network
Dennis Dodd, CBSSports.com
Bret Bielema, Arkansas HC
Eli Gold, voice of Alabama
Ed Orgeron, LSU HC
Greg Sankey, SEC Commissioner
Bruce Feldman, SI.com
Nick Chubb, Georgia RB
Sony Michel, Georgia RB (American Heritage, Plantation)
Kirby Smart, Georgia HC
Jordan Rodgers, SEC Network (the Bachelorette winner)
Nick Saban, Alabama HC
Tony Barnhart, SEC Network Analyst (past Edwin Pope Winner)
Bill Hancock, Executive Director, CFP
Jim McElwain, Florida HC
Brad Nessler, Voice of SEC on CBS (past Edwin Pope winner)
Phil Savage, Alabama color analyst, Executive Director Senior Bowl
Mike Bianchi, columnist Orlando Sentinel
Adam Zucker, CBS Sports SEC studio host
Calvin Ridley, Alabama WR (Monarch HS, Coconut Creek)
Rick Neuheisel, CBS Sports
Marcel Harris, Florida DB, (Orlando Dr. Phillips HS)
Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M HC
Martez Ivey, Florida OT (Apopka)

 

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