Sep 3, 2013
RENO, Nev. - The Wolf Pack Coaches Show kicks off Wednesday with a new time and an on-location set at the Little Waldorf Saloon across from campus.
First-year coach Brian Polian will join veteran Wolf Pack play-by-play voice Ryan Radtke for the hour-long show each week live from the historic restaurant. Coach Polian will recap the Wolf Pack's previous game and look ahead to the next opponent. The show, now in its sixth season, will also feature interviews with Wolf Pack assistant coaches and student-athletes.
The show is broadcast live at 7 p.m. on ESPN Radio 94.5 FM in Northern Nevada alongside KPLY 630 AM. A replay will be available the following day on NevadaWolfPack.TV, the Wolf Pack's home on the Mountain West Network. The show can also be heard live on KUUB 94.3 FM in Carson City.
"The Little Waldorf and its staff are thrilled to be hosting the Wolf Pack Coaches' Show this season," said Mark Schloss, director of operations at the Little Waldorf. "We can't wait for the first show with Coach Polian. We are honored that we have been chosen to host the live broadcasts and look forward to spending Wednesday nights with Coach Polian, Coach Carter and other guests on the program.
"The Little Waldorf has been the Game Day Headquarters for Wolf Pack fans since 1922. It seems only fitting that the Wolf Pack unites at the Little Waldorf where history is made and traditions are celebrated."
The Wolf Pack Radio Network, reaching 2.2 million fans through statewide coverage, broadcasts every game for football, men's basketball and baseball, as well as women's basketball games. It is managed and overseen by Wolf Pack Sports Properties, a property of Learfield Sports, the multimedia rights holder for Nevada Athletics.
In addition to the Wolf Pack Coaches' Show, the Wolf Pack Radio Network features a three-minute Wolf Pack Daily Show featuring the latest news and headlines from Nevada athletics. Fans can catch this show each week day on seven different affiliates in Northern Nevada.
Radtke returns for his sixth season behind the mic for the Wolf Pack and he will call the regular season games for football and men's basketball. Former Wolf Pack great and Nevada Hall of Fame quarterback Chris Vargas will serve as the color analyst for the Wolf Pack Radio Network. New this year is the addition of former Pack soccer player Alyx Sacks as the sideline reporter for home football games.
Games can be heard on ESPN Radio 94.5 FM in Reno, the flagship station. Other affiliates around the state include: 630 AM in Reno; 94.3 FM in Carson City; 1240 AM in Elko; 1230 AM in Ely; 750 AM in Fallon; 920 AM in Las Vegas; 1400 AM in Winnemucca and 92.3 FM in Yerington.