IMG College and Red Hills Broadcasting of Tallahassee will deliver complete coverage of one of the premier college athletics programs in America each Saturday throughout the Fall on WWOF – 103.1 FM – the new flagship station for Seminole Football. Beginning the broadcast is the Seminole Tailgate Party, a one and a half hour pre-game show with hosts Tom Block, Monk Bonasorte (FSU All-American ’79 & ’80), color commentator William Floyd (Member of the 1993 National Championship team) and Jonathan Schillace.
The show is full of features, live guests, telephone calls, updated scores from around the nation, and many more surprises! Thirty minutes prior to the game is the Jimbo Fisher Report with comments from the coach.
Then, Seminole fans listen for award-winning announcer Gene Deckerhoff’s play-by-play and anxiously await his legendary cries of “TOUCHDOWN FLORIDA STATE!” Throughout the game, the Seminole Broadcast Center keeps listeners abreast of all the latest scores and developments in college football.
Following the game, the Locker Room Report features live interviews with FSU players and Coach Fisher. Then it’s back to the broadcast booth for a wrap-up of the game and other action across the country. All in all, IMG College’s six-and-a-half hour broadcast day is the most complete coverage of the ‘Noles anywhere!
Seminole basketball continues to garner national attention as it competes in the strongest basketball conference in the country. IMG College and Red Hills Broadcasting will broadcast every men’s basketball game locally in Tallahassee on WANK – 99.9 Hank FM.
Play-by-play announcer Gene Deckerhoff tells the complete story for all ‘Nole fans alongside color commentator Keith Jones. Pre-game and post-game visits with Head Coach Leonard Hamilton along with special features allow fans to get the most up-to-date look inside Florida State Men’s Basketball.
Florida State fans can follow the Seminoles locally in Tallahassee, whether on the road or at home, on WQTL – 106.1 FM as every FSU women’s basketball game will be broadcast live.
Play-by-play announcer Jonathan Schillace along with color analyst Melissa Bruner break down the X’s and O’s during each contest. Coach Sue Semrau stops by for a featured post-game interview, and the player of the game will join the crew for post-game comments. This broadcast will allow fan’s to get the most up-to-date information on the Seminole Women’s Basketball team.
Florida State will welcome Red Hills Broadcasting as the new flagship radio station for Seminole Baseball beginning in 2015. All games will be carried locally in Tallahassee on WQTL – 106.1 FM with Eric Luallen providing all the play-by-play action for the ninth consecutive year. From the season opener to all the ACC and NCAA Tournament action beginning in May, WQTL gives FSU fans the best coverage in college baseball.
Out of town listeners for all football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball games can listen to the live radio broadcast FREE OF CHARGE on the official site for Florida State athletics Seminoles.com.
On Thursday evenings, Seminole fans know that IMG College affiliates are THE source for information on Seminole Athletics.
The coach’s call-in shows are an hour-long broadcast during prime time. The shows feature Seminole head coaches talking directly with fans from across the country, touching on game insights, trivia, and random Seminole banter with an appeal that lures listeners. The Jimbo Fisher radio show will be featured on 103.1 FM, while the Leonard Hamilton radio show will air on 99.9 FM.
The FSU Minute will feature daily commentary from FSU head coaches Jimbo Fisher, Leonard Hamilton and Mike Martin. FSU Minute will air Monday – Friday during the morning drive-time on the following Tallahassee flagship radio stations:
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