Category Archives: sports

Remembering Radio Colleague Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes passed away this week after a long battle with diabetes. He was part of the long running “Scott and Jake” Sports show that aired on WAMR and WSRQ in Sarasota/Bradenton, FL during the late 90’s through mid 2000’s.

“Book Talk” Guest Steven Blush Author “Bustin’ Balls: World Team Tennis 1974-78 Pro Sports, Pop Culture and Progressive Politics”

Don Henderson joins me to talk with Steven Blush author “Bustin’ Balls: World Team Tennis 1974-78 Pro Sports, Pop Culture and Progressive Politics”. Book link available below:

4.0 vs. 4.0 Tennis Longwood Run Tennis Club Sarasota FL 11-27-20

4.0 vs. 4.0 tennis match I played (wearing hat and maroon shirt) at Longwood Run Tennis Club Sarasota, FL. Thanks to Leo at “Have Racket Will Tennis” channel for editing the highlights.

USTA 4.0 Tennis Sarasota FL 10-13-20

4.0 vs. 4.0 match at Longwood Run Tennis Club in Sarasota, FL. Thanks to Leo at “Have Tennis Will Travel” channel on YouTube for producing the video highlights.

U.S. Open Final Jimmy Connors vs. Bjorn Borg 1976

Back in the time machine to 1976 at Forest Hills, NY when Jimmy Connors played a rising superstar from Sweden Bjorn Borg in the finals of the U.S. Open on clay.

Tom Seaver on “Kiner’s Korner” WOR-TV April 5, 1983

This is the Kiner’s Korner talk show which followed every NY Mets home game on WOR Channel 9 in New York. Ralph Kiner is interviewing Tom Seaver on April 5, 1983, following his opening day return to Shea.

US Open 1969 Final – Rod Laver (1) vs Tony Roche (3)

More vintage U.S. Open tennis as we go back to 1969 with Rod Laver going for the Grand Slam against fellow Aussie Tony Roche from Forest Hills, NY.

USF Bulls Announce Three Kick Times for Upcoming Season

(Tampa, FL Sept. 1, 2020) The USF football program received three more game times and broadcast arrangements for the 2020 season Tuesday, including the Bulls’ season opener vs. The Citadel on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Raymond James Stadium.

The debut of head coach Jeff Scott has been set for a 1 p.m. kickoff and will be broadcast on ESPN+, ESPN’s subscription digital network. The American Athletic Conference and ESPN begin a new 12-year television rights agreement this season. There is a fee to subscribe to ESPN+.

No fans will be in attendance for the Bulls’ season debut at Raymond James Stadium, but USF does anticipate having fans for its remaining four home games in 2020, if deemed appropriate by state and local officials.

The Bulls also received two other kick times on the day. USF’s Saturday, Sept. 19 contest at No. 10 Notre Dame is set for a 2:30 p.m. kickoff and will be televised on USA Network. USA Network is distributed to 90.4 million households and 98 percent of cable homes.

The Bulls’ Friday, Oct. 23 primetime contest vs. Tulsa at Raymond James Stadium was also announced for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff and will be broadcast on ESPN.

USF previously announced the kickoff time for its contest at FAU on Saturday, Sept. 26, set for 6 p.m. on CBS Sports Network.

Scott and USF’s new coaching staff will take the field with 16 returning starters and 49 lettermen from the 2019 team.

Single-game ticket and attendance information for Raymond James Stadium during the 2020 season will be announced in the near future.

US Open 1974 Final – Jimmy Connors (1) vs Ken Rosewall (5)

As the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament gets underway in NY, we look back at another vintage match from 1974 as Jimmy Connors takes on Ken Rosewall in the finals from Forest Hills, NY when it was played on grass courts.

US Open 1972 Final – Arthur Ashe (6) vs Illie Nastase (4)

U.S. Open Tennis starts today. Here’s a vintage match with the great Arthur Ashe and combustible Ilie Nastase when the tournament was still played at Forest Hills.