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Listen To The Seminoles Around The State On The FSU Radio Network

Listen To The Seminoles Around The State On The FSU Radio Network

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Aug. 24, 2000

Florida State fans can follow their Seminoles whether on the road or at home by listening to one of the nation’s finest sports broadcasts when Gene Deckerhoff and Peter Tom Willis bring you all the action of Florida State football on the Seminole Radio Network. The first broadcast of the season is Saturday Aug. 26 as the Seminoles face Brigham Young in the Pigskin Classic at AllTel Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla. Saturday’s broadcast begins at 6:00 p.m. with the season kicking-off at 8:00 against the Cougars.

The Seminole Radio Network will reach into 40 markets in 2000, including some of the largest in the country. In Tallahassee, all of the Seminole Football action can be heard on flagship stations WTNT-FM (94.9) and WNLS-AM (1270).

Florida State’s professional broadcast crew is known as one of the nation’s best as they provide insight and entertainment, as well expert play-by-play. The broadcast features award-winning play-by-play announcer Gene Deckerhoff, a 22-year veteran of the FSU radio network. Deckerhoff is nationally known as one of the finest announcers in the South. The “Voice of the Seminoles” for the past 21 years, he is a nine-time Florida Sportscaster of the Year. In 18 of the past 22 years, Deckerhoff has been named the best college and pro football play-by-play announcer in the state by the Florida Sportscasters Association. He is also the play-by-play voice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This past spring, Deckerhoff was inducted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame in Lake City, Fla.

For the third year, color analyst Peter Tom Willis will join Deckerhoff in the broadcast booth. Willis, a former FSU, NFL, and Arena League quarterback is a member of the FSU Sports Hall of Fame and is considered one of the finest players in FSU history.

During pre-game show activities, Florida television sportscaster Tom Block and former FSU defensive back Monk Bonasorte team up to provide in-depth analysis and predictions of the upcoming game.

2000 Radio Station List
Market Station Freq
Apalachicola WOYS-AM 100.5
Belle Glade WBGF-FM 93.5
Bradenton WAMR-AM 1320
Chattahoochee WTCL-AM 1580
Crystal River WXOF-FM 96.3
Daytona Beach WELE-AM 1380
DeFuniak Springs WZEP-AM 1460
Donaldsonville, GA WBBK-FM 93.1
Dothan, AL WXUS-FM 100.5
Englewood WENG-AM 1530
Eustis/Leesburg WKIQ-AM 1240
Ft. Myers/Naples WJST-FM 106.3
Ft. Pierce WIRA-AM 1400
Ft. Walton Beach WMMK-FM 92.1
WFAV-AM 1400
Gainesville WWLO-AM 1430
Jacksonville WROO-FM 107.3
Lake City WGRO-AM 960
Lake Wales WIPC-AM 1280
Lakeland WLKF-AM 1430
Las Vegas, NV KRLV-AM 1340
Live Oak WQHL-FM 98.1
WQHL-AM 1250
Madison WMAF-AM 1230
Marianna WJAQ-FM 100.9
Melbourne WBVD-FM 95.1
WMMV-AM 1350
WMMB-AM 1240
Miami WINZ-AM 940
Milton WEBY-AM 1330
Ocala WOCA-AM 1370
Okeechobee WOKC-AM 1570
Orlando WORL-AM 660
Palatka WPLK-AM 800
Panama City WAKT-FM 105.1
Pensacola WPFL-FM 105.1
Sarasota WSPB-AM 1450
Sebring WTTK-AM 730
St. Augustine WAOC-AM 1420
Stuart WSTU-AM 1450
Tallahassee WTNT-FM 94.9
WNLS-AM 1270
Tampa/St. Pete WWBA-AM 1040
West Palm Beach WDJA-AM 850
Zephryhills WZHR-AM 1400
(Stations Subject to Change)

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