Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Haynes sat with WAKR's Aaron Coleman to talk a little football, golf, and awareness for prostate cancer and screenings.

Haynes, a member of the Class of 1997, is also a prostate cancer survivor.

 

An avid golfer, Haynes has played at Firestone's South Course in the past and always enjoys watching the world's best golfers compete in the Bridgestone Invitational.

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AUDIO David Hill Humbled By Pete Rozelle Award

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Longtime television producer for Fox Sports David Hill spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about being this year's recipient of the Pete Rozelle Radio and TV Award during this week's festivities at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

 

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AUDIO Sam and Brad Wager of the Day Tuesday

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Sam, Brad, and Justin got in on the Tuesday edition of the Wager of the Day! 

 

Tuesday, 01 August 2017 12:42

MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: North Vikings

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Akron North head football coach Sonil Haslam joined Sam and Brad to talk about the upcoming football season. 

J.J. Banks and LeErie Evans, two of the Vikings' senior leaders joined Coach Haslam to discuss the strides they are making in 2017.

 

North will open up the high school football season on the road against Beechwood August 25.

 

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MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: East Dragons

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Sam and Brad caught up with East head coach Marques Hayes to preview the 2017 season for the Dragons. 

  

  The Dragons will open up the 2017 campaign with the Coventry Comets. 

  

East made the state playoffs for the first time in school history last season and send three players off of last year's squad to play for Coach Terry Bowden at the University of Akron. 

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MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: Ellet Orangemen

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Sam and Brad caught up with Ellet High School football coach Chuck Shuman to preview the Orangemen in 2017.

 

The Orangemen are looking to get back to the City Series Championship for the second year in a row.

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AUDIO Sam and Brad Wager Of The Day

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Brad and Justin got in on the Wager of the Day on 1590 WAKR! 

 

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AUDIO Jim Ingraham Talks Surging Tribe

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Sports Columnist Jim Ingraham of the Elyria Chronicle Telegram and the Medina Gazette spoke with Brad Russell on Friday to talk about the Indians, who have now won eight in row.

 

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AUDIO Steve Doerschuk Talks Training Camp Opening

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Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository discussed the opening of Browns training camp in Berea starting today.

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AUDIO Kent State Looking To Improve In 2017

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The Kent State University Golden Flashes are looking to improve in 2017 playing a tough brand of football.

Kent State head coach Paul Haynes commended his team for their work ethic heading into fall camp.

"The guys had a great summer, very positive attitudes and worked hard getting ready for fall camp," Haynes said.

The team opens the 2017 against the defending national champion Clemson Tigers. 

Coach Haynes discussed his quarterback Nick Holley who was moved from wide receiver and the toughness he brings to the Flashes.

"There's an article I read from one of those quarterback guru guys that said that the quarterback has to be the toughest guy on the team, and that's why we moved him is because of just that, he's one of the toughest guys on the team."

Holley led the team in passing yards and rushing yards during the 2016 season.

 Kent State's non-conference schedule includes not only Clemson, but Howard, Marshall, and Louisville.

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