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WDAE Adds Plenty Of Guests For Football Season

“On Wednesday, the station released a rundown of regular guests that will join their weekday shows each week.”

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WDAE is using the slogan “game day…every day” to promote its coverage of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and college football this season. On Wednesday, the station released a rundown of regular guests that will join their weekday shows each week.

Ronnie and TKras will kick off each week with the “College Football Crossover” each Monday morning at 6:30. The segment will also be heard on sister station 96.9FM the Game in Orlando, as the Tampa show and the Game’s morning man Mike Bianchi break down the weekend in college football.

Former Bucs tight end and ESPN college football color man Anthony Becht will make multiple appearances on WDAE each week. He will join Ronnie & TKras on Monday mornings. He then returns on Wednesdays to chat with The Pat & Aaron Show during the mid day.

The station is again partnering with PewterReport.com for Buccaneers coverage. That partnership includes weekly appearances by Mark Cook on Mondays with the station’s afternoon show Ron & Ian, Trevor Sikkema on Wednesdays with Ronnie and TKras, and Scott Reynolds on Fridays with Pat & Aaron.

Ron & Ian will also welcome former Bucs wide receiver Michael Clayton to their show every Thursday.

The full details of WDAE’s regular guest lineup and weekend programming around Buccaneers games can be found here.

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Barstool’s Big Cat Ribs Silvy For Spending Vacation Trying to Connect With Jay Cutler

“He texted him the minute he landed!” Waddle said.

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It’s summer, and of course that means it’s vacation season.

ESPN 1000 host Marc Silverman is among those taking time this summer to vacation. Silvy was spending this week in Nashville celebrating his 10-year wedding anniversary.

But Barstool Big Cat, making his regular weekly appearance on the show with Silverman’s co-host Tom Waddle and Pat Boyle, couldn’t help but joke Silvy.

“It’s no surprise that Silvy is on vacation,” Big Cat said. “The guy lives for vacation. Does he even work?”

The trio kept the bit going, adding that Silverman prioritized getting in touch with Jay Cutler over spending time with his wife celebrating their anniversary.

“He texted him the minute he landed!” Waddle said.

“He probably was like, hey Ally why don’t you go do something, I’m gonna meet up with Jay,” Big Cat added. “He picked Nashville for a reason! He wanted to be closer to Jay.”

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Rich Eisen Calls Out Patriots Media for Asking Bill Belichick About Tom Brady Tampering

“It makes no sense to ask him that question to begin with,” he said. “And what do you think his answer is going to be?”

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Training camp is only getting started, but it appears folks in the New England Patriots media corps are in mid-season form.

In his daily training camp press conference, Pats head coach Bill Belichick took questions from reporters inquiring about his knowledge of former quarterback Tom Brady being tampered with by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.

In typical Belichick fashion, his response to those questions was “We’re just focused on training camp.”

Rich Eisen took issue with the way the reporters asked Belichick about the situation.

“I know it’s a tough job. I know being on the beat is not easy,” he said. “But you cannot ask this man yes or no questions, certainly when you’re asking him about potentially explosive, controversial items like this one.”

Eisen just thought it was a silly line of questioning to begin with, because it’s not like Belichick would be honest.

“It makes no sense to ask him that question to begin with,” he said. “And what do you think his answer is going to be?”

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Vancouver Canucks Still Don’t Have a Radio Partner

The team and Sportsnet 650 in Vancouver were talking about a renewal of their rights deal earlier this year, but talks have stalled out.

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With a little more than a month before the start of preseason games in the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks are currently without a radio home.

A report for The Province in Canada indicates the team and Sportsnet 650 in Vancouver were talking about a renewal of their rights deal earlier this year, but talks have stalled out.

There’s a possibility the two sides could come to an agreement in the coming weeks, but should that not happen before the start of the 2022-23 season, the team could opt to stream game audio online.

The Canucks wouldn’t be the first team or the only team to exercise that option. Currently the L.A. Kings and the San Jose Sharks are streaming games online.

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