Baylor Athletics Announces Coach Show and Radio Affiliates

WACO, TX– With the football season opening next week, Baylor Athletics and Baylor Bear Sports Properties have announced the full fall schedule for the Baylor Coach’s Show, which is scheduled to begin on David Aranda Preview of the season on August 31 at Rudy’s Country Store & Bar-BQ.

The show will run from 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays throughout the season, airing live from Rudy’s in Waco on home game week at McLane Stadium. The Coach’s Show will also feature special guests throughout the fall, including other head coaches from Baylor for the first half of the show.

The show will begin on August 31 and will also include live shows at Rudy’s on September 14, September 28, October 19, November 9, and #16. The show will also air on September 7, September 21, October 5, October 12 October, October 26, November 2 and November 23 on ESPN Central Texas.

With the football head coach David Arandavolleyball head coach Ryan McGuyre will join the show on September 7, along with the head football coach Michelle Lenard scheduled for September 14, cross-country coach David Barnett joined September 21 and softball head coach Glenn Moore set for September 28.

All broadcasts will be broadcast live on Baylor Athletics flagship station, ESPN Central Texas, KRZI 1660 AM/92.3 FM and online at www.1660espn.com. The show will also be broadcast live on KCEN-TV’s website and Facebook page.

John Morristhe “Voice of the Bears” and the 2019 Texas Co-Sportscaster of the Year, will host the shows, while continuing its legacy in the stand on play-by-play duties in its 28e season calling Baylor football and its 36eoverall season covering the Bears. Also returning for the game broadcast team are Baylor Athletics Hall of Famers JJ Joe and Ricky Thompson. Joe is in his 19e season providing analysis while Thompson will handle secondary coverage for his 23rd season. Bob Baker is in his 10e season as broadcast engineer, Jeff Walter provides stats and cueing information, and Dave Shook serves as studio host.

Football broadcasts will begin two hours before kick-off with the Baylor Alumni Tailgate Show at 1660 AM and live on KCEN-TV with additional affiliates ready to broadcast the final 30 minutes of pre-match play with the Baylor Countdown to Kick off.

Game affiliates for the 2022 football season, including stations in Austin (KTXW; 1120 AM and 101.1 FM), Dallas (KWRD 100.7 FM), East Texas (KIVY 92.7 FM), Houston (KNTH 1070 AM), San Antonio (KSLR 630 AM and KLUP 9:30 AM). In addition to Waco’s flagship station (KRZI 1660 AM), fans can listen to the games live on BaylorBears.com via the Varsity Network and TuneIn apps and via national broadcasts on Sirius/XM Radio.

Baylor also produces a live radio broadcast of men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball games in addition to the Baylor Coach’s Show. Companies interested in partnering with Baylor for radio advertising in 2022-23 should contact the General Manager of Baylor Bears Sports Properties. Matt Iazzetti at ([email protected]; 254-710-3076).

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Baylor Coach Show Schedule
August 31 – David Aranda Season Preview (Rudy’s)
September 7 – Ryan McGuyre and David Aranda
September 14 – Michelle Lenard and David Aranda (Rudy’s)
September 21 – David Barnett and David Aranda
September 28 – Glenn Moore and David Aranda (Rudy’s)
October 5 – Mitch Thompson and Casie Maxwell
October 12 – Scott Drew and David Aranda
October 19 – Nicki Collen and David Aranda (Rudy’s)
October 26 – Michelle Lenard and David Aranda
November 2 – Felicia Mulkey and David Aranda
November 9 – Ryan McGuyre and David Aranda (Rudy’s)
November 16 – Mitch Thompson and Dave Arnada (Rudy’s)
November 23 – Michael Ford and Dave Arnada

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