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Written by markmcleod, March 30, 2008, 0 Comments,
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“The Gator Country Radio Show” will be adding an additional hour beginning Monday morning. We recently signed a new contract with Florida Sports Talk Radio that will have “The Gator Country Radio Show” on the weekday airwaves of north central Florida from 7-10am. You can listen to the show on ESPN Radio AM 1230 in Gainesville and AM 900 in Ocala or through streaming audio at GatorCountry.com.

The show will soon be archived for those who are working and have requested that we do so once again. While that is not currently in place, it won’t be long Gators fans. We are working on a few upgrades to entertain you. We will continue to interview some of the most thought provoking writers and reporters, as well as, coaches, players, and recruits. We’ll also greatly expand out guest list as you’ll soon see.

Because we are a morning show, we’ll also have the latest on Florida State and Miami. In fact, we’ll have a little something from teams throughout the Southeastern, Atlantic Coast, Big East, and Conference USA.  We’ll also cover the National Football League, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NHRA, the PGA Tour, and the National Basketball Association. We’ll also give you the fishing report.

We’ll have more contests and some pretty neat prizes for our contest winners. You can also look for a few live remotes in the area. We got our feet wet and now it’s time to expand upon that experience.

Many of you wrote and complained that we weren’t available at 7am and you couldn’t listen after 8am. We’ll that is no longer the case. We invite you to give us a call at (352) 337-1200 (Gainesville), (352) 629-6900 (Ocala), or (888) 897-9667 (toll free) on your way to work.

So join Tim Casey, Franz Beard, Bob Redman, Cody Jones, Ryan Moss, and myself as we try to bring you the best sports talk in the morning.  We hope that you enjoy the newly expanded edition of “The Gator Country Radio Show”.  Now heard weekday mornings from 7-10am- exclusively on ESPN Radio AM 1230 (Gainesville) and AM 900 (Ocala). 

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“The Gator Country Radio Show” will be adding an additional hour beginning Monday morning. We recently signed a new contract with Florida Sports Talk Radio that will have “The Gator Country Radio Show” on the weekday airwaves of north central Florida from 7-10am. You can listen to the show on ESPN Radio AM 1230 in Gainesville and AM 900 in Ocala or through streaming audio at GatorCountry.com.

The show will soon be archived for those who are working and have requested that we do so once again. While that is not currently in place, it won’t be long Gators fans. We are working on a few upgrades to entertain you. We will continue to interview some of the most thought provoking writers and reporters, as well as, coaches, players, and recruits. We’ll also greatly expand out guest list as you’ll soon see.

Because we are a morning show, we’ll also have the latest on Florida State and Miami. In fact, we’ll have a little something from teams throughout the Southeastern, Atlantic Coast, Big East, and Conference USA.  We’ll also cover the National Football League, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NHRA, the PGA Tour, and the National Basketball Association. We’ll also give you the fishing report.

We’ll have more contests and some pretty neat prizes for our contest winners. You can also look for a few live remotes in the area. We got our feet wet and now it’s time to expand upon that experience.

Many of you wrote and complained that we weren’t available at 7am and you couldn’t listen after 8am. We’ll that is no longer the case. We invite you to give us a call at (352) 337-1200 (Gainesville), (352) 629-6900 (Ocala), or (888) 897-9667 (toll free) on your way to work.

So join Tim Casey, Franz Beard, Bob Redman, Cody Jones, Ryan Moss, and myself as we try to bring you the best sports talk in the morning.  We hope that you enjoy the newly expanded edition of “The Gator Country Radio Show”.  Now heard weekday mornings from 7-10am- exclusively on ESPN Radio AM 1230 (Gainesville) and AM 900 (Ocala). 

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