On this edition of the “Big Band Files” with Doug Miles, we feature classic Christmas songs by your favorite singers including Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams and others. Originally aired WTMY radio in Sarasota, FL.
On this edition of the “Big Band Files” with Doug Miles, we feature classic Christmas songs by your favorite singers including Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and others. Originally aired WTMY radio in Sarasota, FL.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk about the college football final 4, USF Bulls coaching possibilities, Tampa Bay Rays stadium issues, Pat Williams baseball dream in Orlando, NFL and more.
On this special edition of “The Big Band Files with Doug Miles” are Christmas songs by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., the famed “Rat PacK” plus some of their friends. Originally aired WTMY radio in Sarasota, FL.
Congrats to my broadcast colleague Don Henderson who was inducted into the Philadelphia Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame this weekend.Don was the longtime broadcaster for the Philadelphia 76’ers and Temple Owls basketball, hosted Phillies pre and post-game shows, did TV and Radio sportscasts and hosted shows from Philadelphia Park and Atlantic City racetracks.
(Tampa, FL) The USF Bulls game with No. 17 Cincinnati (8-1; 5-0 American) this Saturday at Raymond James Stadium has been set for a 7 p.m. kickoff and will be televised on the CBS Sports Network.
The Bulls (4-5; 2-3 American) and Bearcats will meet for the 17th time in USF’s Salute to Service game. Cincinnati, which is coming off a 48-3 victory over Connecticut Saturday, leads the all-time series, 9-7, but the Bulls hold a 5-3 edge in Tampa, including a 33-3 victory in Cincinnati’s last trip in 2017.
The Bearcats posted a 35-23 victory over USF in Cincinnati last year in the coldest kickoff in USF program history. The teams took the field with the temperature reading 28 degrees at kickoff. USF took a 16-14 lead to halftime in the game before the Bearcats scored 21 third quarter points and posted the win behind 151 yards and three touchdowns rushing from Michael Warren. USF started quarterback Chris Oladokun in the game and he passed for 165 yards and two touchdowns.
The sixth Horns Up Rally of the season will be held on Friday from 5-8 p.m. on 7th Avenue in Ybor City.