Tyler Eaton and his guests talk about Western Kentucky University sports on their weekly show. It can be heard live from 4 to 5 p.m. central on ESPN 102.7 FM in Bowling Green, Ky. And streaming at http://espnky.com/wwku/
Red Towel Radio 166- Brett Williams and Jared MacDonald
Host Tyler Eaton is joined by Jared MacDonald to discuss WKU basketball's status as a C-USA championship contender. Plus, the voice of the Lady Toppers Brett Williams reflects on his time on the Hill ahead of his final two broadcasts while working for WKU.
Red Towel Radio 165- Todd Stewart and Randy Lee
Host Tyler Eaton is joined by WKU athletic director Todd Stewart to discuss the impact of Hilltopper sports in the community after last weekend's tornado damage. Plus, he and the voice of the Hilltoppers Randy Lee discuss a huge Saturday for WKU football and basketball.
Red Towel Radio 164- Jared MacDonald and Brett Williams
Host Tyler Eaton is joined by BGDN sports reporter Jared MacDonald to discuss the WKU football staff changes and what we've seen from Hilltopper basketball in non-conference play. Plus, Brett Williams helps recap another special WKU volleyball season.
Red Towel Radio 163- Terry Obee and Greg Collins
Host Tyler Eaton is joined by WKU football analyst Terry Obee to breakdown Friday's Conference USA champion game against UTSA. Plus, Lady Topper basketball head coach Greg Collins discusses his team's recent winning streak.
Red Towel Radio 162- Jared MacDonald and Tyler Mansfield
Host Tyler Eaton is joined by BGDN sports reporter Jared MacDonald and On3.com's Tyler Mansfield to discuss Hilltopper basketball's early struggles and WKU football's C-USA championship aspirations.
Red Towel Radio 161- Antwon Kincade and Greg Collins
It's 100 Miles of Hate week on the Hill, and WKU football safety Antwon Kincade joins us to discuss the rivalry, the team's defensive improvement, and much more. Plus, Lady Topper basketball head coach Greg Collins discusses the team's exhibition win over West Virginia State.
The only podcast I've ever listened to and will ever listen to. That Garret guy has a golden voice that was molded by the gods for radio. -Mantis Toboggan M.D.
Very impressed, great podcast. I always look forward to hearing the analysis provided by the guys, especially Mr. Browning, who could have a bright future in radio if he chooses to pursue it.