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SU radio broadcast will reunite former Seattle radio show
Former Seattle sports talk show "Groz with Gas" ended 7 years ago after years on 950AM. Dave Grosby (Groz) does Seattle U radio broadcasts and for the NMSU/UTRGV games coming up, Mike Gastineau (Gas) will fill in for Gary Hill Jr and reunite with Groz. The former shows two hosts will be on the air again for the first time since the show ended to call the Seattle U broadcast. Pretty neat for local sports interests
02-18-2017 01:26 PM
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RE: SU radio broadcast will reunite former Seattle radio show
Would love to steal Chuck Powell back from Seattle (Sports Radio 950 KJR) & reunite him with Vince Marotta here on some GCU broadcasts. Those dudes were hilarious together. I'm not sure there would be any description of what is happening on the court, but I'd be laughing too hard to notice.
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02-18-2017 03:06 PM
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