“Sports Talk” with Don Henderson and Doug Miles with guest horse racing handicapper Pete “The Prophet” preview the 2019 Preakness Stakes. The guys also talk some Stanley Cup Playoffs and PGA Championship at Bethpage on Long Island.
Horse racing handicapper Pete “The Prophet” joins Don Henderson and Doug Miles on “Sports Talk” to preview a wide open Kentucky Derby, talk about the rash of horse deaths at Santa Anita, the state of horse racing and wrap up with a look at the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
*Apologies for the echo. Technical issues were not discovered until after the show was aired.
Doug Miles and Don Henderson talk with Orlando Magic Sr. VP Pat Williams about his newest book “Character Carved in Stone: The 12 Core Virtues of West Point That Build Leaders and Produce Success” as aired on “Sports Talk” in Sarasota, FL. Book can be ordered in the Amazon box below:
(Tampa, FL) USF (7-0, 3-0) faces its most important game of the season so far as the Bulls travel to Houston Saturday afternoon to play the Cougars (6-1, 3-0) in a game to be televised nationally on ABC-TV (3:30 PM EDT).
One of five remaining unbeaten teams in FBS football, two unbeaten and ranked in the AAC East Division, USF entered last season’s Oct. 28 game vs. Houston at 7-0 and ranked No. 17/14 before suffering a 28-24 setback in Tampa when D’Eriq King ran in for a 20-yard TD with 11 seconds to play. The teams’ combined record of 13-1 is the best among all college football matchups this week. The Bulls have lost their last three games vs. Houston and will be looking for their first win over the Cougars since a 32-14 victory in Houston in 2002. USF fell, 35-23, in its last trip to Houston in 2013. This will be the Bulls’ first ever game in TDECU Stadium.
In addition to the television broadcast, the game can be heard on the USF Radio Network on 820 AM/96.7 FM and online over the iHeart Radio Bulls Unlimited Channel.
(TAMPA, FL) The unbeaten USF football team returns to action this Saturday when the Bulls travel to Amherst, Mass., to take on Massachusetts in a 3:30 p.m. kickoff. The game is being televised by Eleven Sports and will be aired locally in the Bay Area on WFLA sister station WTTA-TV Great 38.
WTTA-TV Great 38 can be received by over-the-air antenna in the Bay Area on channel 38 as well as on Spectrum (Ch. 6 & 1006 HD), Frontier (Ch. 14 & 513 HD) and Comcast/Xfinity (Ch. 11 & 435 HD) cable systems and via DirecTV (Ch. 38) and Dish Network (Ch. 38). The game is also being broadcast on Eleven Sports (available via DirecTV, ATT Uverse and Verizon Fios) and NESN (available on DirecTV).
“We are thrilled to be able to partner with WFLA and its sister station WTTA Great 38 to provide fans in the Bay Area the opportunity to watch their Bulls take the field this Saturday at UMass,” USF Vice President for Athletics Michael Kelly said. “We reached out to Eleven Sports, which is broadcasting the game in the Northeast, and were able to work out an agreement to license the game for distribution in the Bay Area, and WFLA was terrific in clearing the air time and a great location in which to broadcast it. We know area fans will enjoy the opportunity to cheer on their Bulls.”
The Eleven Sports broadcast team of Eric Frede, Andy Gresh and sideline reporter Matt Goldstein, a former UMass kicker, will call the game.
USF is one of just 14 teams that remain undefeated in FBS football as the Bulls return after a bye week at 4-0. The Bulls checked in just outside the Top 25 rankings this week, collecting 83 votes in the AP Poll (27th) and 109 in the Coaches Poll (26th).
The Bulls have won 32 of their last 38 games, tied for fifth-best in the nation over that span, entering Saturday’s contest at UMass (2-4). The game can also be heard live on the USF Sports Network on 820 AM in the Bay Area and digitally on the iHeart Radio Bulls Unlimited channel.
The American Athletic Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) once again has made mental health and safety its top priority. All 13 American institutions will kick off the American Athletic Conference’s Pow6rful Minds Campaign for 2018-19 with Mental Health Awareness Week, Oct. 1-7. This is part of an important initiative to improve awareness of mental health issues and resources available to student-athletes with the goal of ending the stigma related to seeking help and promoting success through a healthy, powerful mind. Learn more HERE.