Aug 19, 2013
RALEIGH, N.C. - On Wednesday night, August 21, the season debut of the ‘Dave Doeren Radio Show’ will officially kick off the Wolfpack Sports Network’s coverage of NC State athletics for the upcoming 2013-14 sports year.
Coach Doeren, who is beginning his first season as NC State’s head football coach, will be available to talk Pack football every Wednesday night from 7-8 p.m. . Once again this year, Backyard Bistro on Trinity Road in Raleigh will be the host venue for the coaches’ radio shows, which are produced in front of a live audience.
Along with questions posed by co-hosts Tony Haynes and former Wolfpack tight end Mark Thomas, listeners will also have a chance to send questions to coach Doeren through email at Doerenradio@gmail.com or via Twitter @packradio.
The season premiere of the ‘Dave Doeren TV Show’ is scheduled for Sunday night, August 25 at 11:35 p.m. on WRAL TV-5 in Raleigh. The 30-minute program will also be available each Monday on Gopack.com, along with replays on regional sports networks Fox Sports South (Tuesdays at 6 p.m.) and MASN (Thursdays at 11 p.m.).
‘Inside Wolfpack Sports,’ a weekly magazine show about NC State athletics, will premiere on Saturday August 31 at 8:30 a.m. on MASN and Fox Sports South.
Radio coverage of NC State football games will begin two hours before kickoff with the ‘Matthews Motors Countdown to Kickoff,’ which will originate from the Fan Zone in front of PNC Arena for home games. For road games, fans can catch the show live from Jimmy V’s Osteria and Bar at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel on Fayetteville Street.
Fans will also have the opportunity to get up to the minute Wolfpack news each week with Wolfpack Sports Today, a daily show hosted by Tony Haynes and Mark Thomas that airs on many Wolfpack Sports Network stations weekday afternoons, Monday through Friday beginning on Monday, August 19. Wolfpack Sports Today can be heard in the Raleigh area at 4:55 p.m. on 99.9 The Fan.
The Wolfpack Sports Network is managed by Wolfpack Sports Properties, a joint venture of Learfield Sports and Capitol Broadcasting Company.