After two seasons as head football coach of the STVM Fighting Irish, Marcus Wattley resigned yesterday to take a position with the University of Akron and Terry Bowden's staff.
Coach Wattley discussed the decision with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell.
Former Philadelphia Eagle, 14-year NFL veteran, and current analyst for the Pac-12 Network Eric Allen discussed the upcoming Super Bowl with Sam and Brad Thursday afternoon.
Cleveland Indians Senior V.P. of Public Affairs Bobby DiBiasio spoke at the 1590 WAKR Cleveland Indians Luncheon at the Duck Club.
Bobby D was Canal Park Wednesday to discuss the team as well as the recent news surrounding the removal of Chief Wahoo in 2019.
Sam and Brad spoke with NFL Films Senior Producer David Plaut to talk about how he plans on getting his crew out in Minneapolis for the big one on Sunday.
"Mr Cavalier" Austin Carr joined the Sam and Brad Show Wednesday to talk about the Cavaliers' loss to the Pistons last night and how they can rebound against the Miami Heat tonight.
The game can be heard on 1590 WAKR.
Austin along with Campy Russell, will be featured speakers at the Shaw JCC Sports Dinner Feb 1.
Former Canton McKinley Bulldog , OSU guard, and current Color Analyst for the Ohio State Buckeyes Radio Network Ronnie Stokes spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of tonight's game with the Indiana Hoosiers.
Tip-off is at 7pm in Columbus.
Former New England Patriot and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Troy Brown spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about the Big Game and the Pats' run of success in the 2000's.
Brown played his entire career for the Patriots and is in the team's Hall of Fame.
Danny Sheridan from USA Today spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell to talk odds for the Big Game and the possible legalization of sports betting in America.
A sad day for softball fans in the area, as the Akron Racers may be no more, at least in 2018. Joey Arrietta, who ran the Racers from top to bottom, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to sort through the news, which caught her by surprise a few weeks back. Arrietta was ousted as general manager, and now the future of softball remains in doubt. Firestone Stadium will still house high school and collegiate games throughout the summer. An emotional Arrietta says she is fighting to retain the team’s name and the colors, though that is up to the league to decide. As far as the league goes, speculation as to how long it will remain continues to loom.
2018 is nearly a month old, and the mayor of Akron, Dan Horrigan, addressed some of the needs and visions in the community on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Topics discussed: *The Akron Racers not playing in 2018, and how that will affect Firestone Stadium and the area of South Akron *What is left of the Rubber Bowl, which looks to cost about $400,000 to demolish *The area surrounding the Rubber Bowl, including Akron-Fulton Airport. *Continued development of the 31 acres that once made up the Innerbelt *Issue 4 and the upgrades to the city’s roads and firehouses *The sewer project
Sam Amico caught up with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell ahead of the Wine & Gold's contest against the Indiana Pacers tonight.
You can hear the game on 1590 WAKR at 7:30pm with coverage beginning at 7pm.
Sam and Brad spoke with Vince Cellini, who works as part of Cavaliers In The Paint for Fox Sports Ohio.
Vince discussed the struggling Cavaliers, Ty Lue's move to put Tristan back into the starting lineup, and moving Jae Crowder to the bench.
Job Fair Spring 2018
Thursday, March 8th, 2018
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Ohio Means Jobs
1040 E. Tallmadge Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44310