The Orange Bowl is partnering with 560 The Joe WQAM (WQAM-AM) and ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM) to broadcast the “Capital One Orange Bowl Media Tour presented by Duffy’s Sports Grill.” Programming will feature live coverage of college football media days from the ACC, Big Ten and SEC as well as reports from the Big 12 and Pac-12 in advance of the 2021 college football season. This year, the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl will be played on December 31 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
Both stations will provide live in-depth preseason football coverage at media days in Arlington, TX (Big 12 Conference), Hoover, AL (Southeastern Conference), Charlotte, NC (Atlantic Coast Conference), Indianapolis, IN (Big Ten Conference), and Los Angeles (Pac-12 Conference). WQAM’s programming will be inside its regular day time programs, “The Joe Rose Show” and “Hochman and Crowder,” while ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM) will broadcast during “Ken LaVicka Live” in addition to special programming.
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The Capital One Orange Bowl Media Tour presented by Duffy’s Sports Grill will begin live from SEC Media Days with “Hochman and Crowder” July 19-21, from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. on 560 The Joe WQAM. Hosts Marc Hochman and Channing Crowder will be joined by Joe Zagacki, voice of the Miami Hurricanes. Later that week, Zagacki will join Joe Rose from “The Joe Rose Show” live from ACC Media Days July 21-22 from 6 – 10 a.m. on 560 The Joe WQAM.
Beginning Thursday, July 22, “Hochman and Crowder” will feature guests from Big Ten Media Days from 2-6 p.m. on 560 The Joe WQAM. Ken LaVicka from ESPN West Palm will also be broadcasting live from Big Ten Media Days the same days from 12-1 p.m.
Zagacki will also be conducting interviews from Pac-12 Media Day on July 27 from Los Angeles.
Wednesday, July 14
Thursday, July 15
Monday, July 19
Tuesday, July 20
Wednesday, July 21
Thursday, July 22
Friday, July 23
Tuesday, July 27