Let’s Talk Sports!

2016NewsletterHeadline_march10psd.pngBY: LAUREN COSTELLO

I’m going to start everyone off with a short quiz! It’s easy, I promise, so don’t stop reading yet! In the picture above we have a Towson University basketball player, a sports broadcaster, an avid golfer, and a Penn State baseball catcher…can you tell which title goes to each person?

Oh, and you won’t find out the answers until the show airs on Channel 973 on Friday, March 17th at 10AM …I know, I know, I’m sorry.

Here at the Oak Crest Network we love receiving feedback. Recently, we have been getting requests to have more sports related shows on our channel, and we couldn’t agree more!

I’m sure you have all seen the ever popular “Jeff and Jim Sports Talk Show”, but we decided to bring in Mark Roussey and John Gregory for this first edition of the 2017 year. It was such a great time hearing them talk about the history of sports and how it has evolved and changed over time. The intergenerational aspect especially made for a great discussion.

You will hear everything from their time spent playing in college, to certain rules that will be enforced this spring when it comes to baseball, to what team each person is going to pick to win March Madness (suggestions welcome). And of course, we can’t leave out the beloved Ravens. Will they fire Harbaugh? Will this be his last season? And the question everyone wants an answer to…is Joe Flacco elite?

Make sure you tune in on Friday, March 17th at 10AM on Channel 973. And not to worry, if you miss the 10AM show you can tune back in again at 2PM, 7PM, 9PM, and 12midnight. It will also be available the following day at oakcresttv.com.

If I do say so myself, this show is a “slam dunk”, a real “homerun”, a “hole in one”…you know I couldn’t get away without having a sports pun in this article somewhere…



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