Wake Forest Takes Over David Glenn Show

July 9, 2014

Wake Forest University will take to the airways on Thursday, July 10 when the Demon Deacons fill in as guest hosts for David Glenn on the David Glenn Show.The show airs daily from noon to 3 pm on 99.9 FM "The Fan" in Raleigh and is syndicated throughout North Carolina.

Stan Cotten, the "Voice of the Demon Deacons" will host the show.He will be joined in-studio by associate athletic director Mike Buddie and Demon Deacon baseball analyst Lary Sorensen.

Among the guests on the show will be head football coach Dave Clawson, former Deacon golf great Bill Haas, basketball point guard Ish Smith, US Men's National Soccer Team defender Michael Parkhurst, and football's all-time leading receiver, Michael Campanaro.Bill Oakes will also be a guest to discuss the upcoming Winston-Salem Open while assistant track coach Zeb Sion will recap this spring's success among the track team members at the ACC and NCAA Championships.

In the Triad, the David Glenn Show can be heard on 1230 AM (WFMR-High Point), 1320 AM (WCOG-Greensboro) and 1200 AM (WSML-Burlington).The show can also be accessed on-line at TriadSports.com.

Follow the David Glenn Show through the day on Twitter on Communications (@DavidGlennShow).

The David Glenn Show is the largest daily sports radio program in the history of North Carolina, with callers and listeners in more than 100 North Carolina-based cities and towns, plus parts of South Carolina and Virginia. It also ranks as one of the largest "regionally syndicated" daily sports radio programs in the entire country.

FACT: Based on that same geography, which includes most of North Carolina (the eighth-most populous state in the nation) and parts of South Carolina and Virginia, the David Glenn Show is the largest sports radio program between Atlanta and Washington, D.C.

FACT: Every top-20 city in North Carolina that has access to at least one 24-hour sports radio station also has access to at least one station that carries the David Glenn Show. Examples: Burlington, Cary, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Greenville, High Point, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Wilmington.

FACT: With 13 AM/FM radio stations carrying it every weekday, the David Glenn Show has more North Carolina-based affiliates than even the most popular national sports radio hosts, including Colin Cowherd, Mike & Mike, Dan Patrick and Jim Rome.

FACT: Because of his longevity and success in North Carolina across multiple platforms -- the ACC Sports Journal (since 1988), ACCSports.com (since 1997) and various sports radio programs (since 1998), including the David Glenn Show -- David Glenn has built one of the strongest followings of any media member in the state over the last 25 years.

FACT: ACC-related and NCAA-related segments on the David Glenn Show automatically gain additional exposure at ACCSports.com, the most successful and longest-running independent website dedicated to covering a single college conference.

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