UMHB Coaches Show returns to KTEM

Photo credit Tammy Kelley / HOTSN
Photo credit Tammy Kelley / HOTSN

BELTON – The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Coaches Show will return to the radio Tuesday, September 2nd, as Cru football head coach Pete Fredenburg joins host Jon Wallin to discuss UMHB’s season opener at Millsaps College this Saturday. The show will be broadcast on KTEM 1400 AM from 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM. You can also listen to the UMHB Coaches Show live online through KTEM’s web site at www.ktemnews.com.

The location for the live broadcast will move to the second floor of the new Bawcom Student Union on the UMHB campus this school year. Interested listeners can call in their questions to (254) 773-1400 during the show or you can stop by the set and ask questions in person during the show. Fans can also participate by tweeting a question to @crufootball from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Tuesdays. Those questions will then be compiled and asked during the course of the show, time permitting.

This will be the second year for KTEM to broadcast the UMHB Coaches Show. The UMHB football team went 13-1 last season and advanced to the Semifinals of the NCAA Division III National Championships. Millsaps posted a 9-1 record last season and narrowly missed an at-large berth to the postseason. Both teams are ranked in various preseason Top 25 Polls with the Cru ranked as high as #2 in the country and the Majors ranking as high as #20 nationally. This will be the first meeting between the two programs and Saturday’s game will kick off at 6:00 PM in Jackson, Mississippi.

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