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WVUM Sports This Week

By Chris Wittyngham posted Dec 04, 2011 at 11:54 PM

Two straight basketball games featuring ranked opponents and the final week of WVUM talk shows for the fall semester. Listen to WVUM Sports this week! More details inside

The Women's and Men's Basketball teams will both be facing ranked teams this week, beginning Monday night at 7 PM as the 9th ranked Women's team takes on the 11th ranked Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Eric Hahn and AJ Ricketts will have the calls as the Lady Canes look to pick up yet another impressive out of conference victory after winning at Michigan State last week.

We'll be right back at the BankUnited Center on Tuesday night as the resurgent Men's Basketball team look to take down their first ranked team of the season as they take on #21 Memphis beginning at 9 PM. Chris Wittyngham and Mike Weisman will have the call, so turn on ESPN2 where the game will be televised, mute the sound, crank up WVUM, and stare at the back of our heads on announcer's row as we describe the action from the BUC.

WVUM has one more basketball game this week as the Lady Canes take on Ole Miss. Coverage begins at 7 PM with Kyle Sielaff on the call. His partner is to be determined.

WVUM's talk shows will also air their final episodes for the 2011 year, with Ibis Sports Weekly on Friday from 6-7 PM, WVUM Sports Saturday from 12-1 PM on Saturday, and Beyond the Scope from 12-1 PM on Sunday. 

Have a nice week and listen to WVUM on 90.5 FM in Miami-Dade or right here on http://www.wvum.org , just click listen live. 









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