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WVUM Sports This Week

By Chris Wittyngham posted Oct 30, 2011 at 08:16 PM

Check out what's going on in Miami Hurricane Athletics this week on WVUM.

Thursday

Basketball season is under away. WVUM will be carrying the Men's team's first and only exhibition game against Florida Southern. Listen to the debut of the Jim Larranaga era with returning stars Malcolm Grant and Durand Scott Thursday night beginning at 7 PM (sorry Electric Kingdom fans). Mike Weisman, Alex Schwartz, Adam Berger, and Corey Fujikawa will each call a portion of the game.

Friday

No Ibis Sports Weekly on Friday night as Miami Hurricanes Volleyball against North Carolina begins at 6 PM following the All Request Show on WVUM. Zack Estock and AJ Ricketts will have the call as the 25th ranked Canes take on the Tar Heels.

Saturday

On Saturday we'll have our weekly Saturday sports talk show WVUM Sports Saturday from Noon to 1 PM with Eric Hahn, Jenny Hamilton, and AJ Ricketts. After Zoe's rotation show, we'll have the broadcast of Miami Hurricanes Football against Duke live from Sun Life Stadium beginning at 2:30 PM with the Canespace.com pregame show. Mike Weisman, Corey Fujikawa, and Will Gretsky will have the call of the Canes game.

Sunday

On Sunday we'll have Beyond The Scope from noon to 1 with Ryan Gurrentz, Tanner Simkins, and Tom Selenow followed immediately by Miami Hurricanes volleyball live from the Knight Sports Complex with Jordan Kroeger and Jeff Gibert on the call. 

Broadcasters for each event are subject to change. Have a good week and keep it locked!









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