Basketball coaches shows slated to begin Monday
Sam's Sports Grill to HostJanuary 6, 2013 · @MTAthletics
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The Middle Tennessee basketball coaches shows, featuring women's coach Rick Insell and men's coach Kermit Davis, returns on Monday, Jan. 7 live from Sam's All-American Sports Grill in Murfreesboro. All shows will be held Monday nights, as announced by Nelligan Sports Marketing, the Blue Raiders' media partner.
Rick Insell Live presented by Ascend Federal Credit Union will be hosted by Dick Palmer and run from 6-7 p.m. on WGNS (100.5 FM, 101.9 FM, 1450 AM) and WMOT (89.5 FM) live. Fans have the opportunity to ask questions by calling into the show at 1-866-RAIDERS or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chip Walters hosts Kermit Davis Live presented by Russell Barnett Kia of Tullahoma during the next hour, from 7-8 p.m., also on WGNS and WMOT as well as WNSR (560 AM). Questions can be called or emailed in live as well at the same above number and address.
Blue Raider fans are encouraged to attend the shows live each week at Sam's All-American Sports Grill where questions also will be taken.The shows will continue each week throughout the remainder of the season.
Sam's All-American Sports Grill features a friendly environment with numerous flat-screen TVs and great food. It is located at 1720 Old Fort Parkway inside the Stones River Shopping Mall in Murfreesboro.
Radio Show Schedule:
Monday, January 7
Tuesday, January 14
Monday, January 21
Monday, January 28
Monday, February 4
Monday, February 11
Monday, February 18
Monday, February 25
Monday, March 4
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