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  • 01:30

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

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    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 02:00

    Frat House Saturday #64

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    Take a break from the holiday shopping and decorating to tune-in to another “relaxed” Frat House Saturday with Frat House Mike.


    While it might be the heart of football season, we’re going to bring you a bit of chat from our buddy Greg Peterson of WNSR Sports Radio on Wisconsin Badgers basketball and Bo Ryan’s departure; and, Jim Williams of CLW83 Network on Pete Rose’s last gasp.


    Before THAT though we’ll have a bit of “Trash Talkin’ with Purdy” and our good buddy Eric Purdy of Coach and Player Magazine breaking down the first 13 College Bowl games including his favorite, the Las Vegas Bowl.


    Finally, we close the afternoon out with our always popular NFL Picks-of-the-Week!


    So tune-in to another “relaxed” Frat House Saturday while you’re wrapping those gifts, or trimming the tree, or baking the cookies, and heck, don’t be afraid to call-in: 347 – 826 – 9964

  • 00:29

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

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    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 02:00

    Frat House Saturday #65

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    Welcome to a New Year of “relaxed” Frat House Saturdays!


    But WOW – what an end-of-2015-year we just came through. A number of bombshell stories broke, and we’re going to be reviewing them here today as we open January.


    On Tuesday night, while we went LIVE with our regularly scheduled Frat House Sports’ Red Zone Blitz program, came the BREAKING NEWS of the firing of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly! You’ll get to hear how it went down on-the-air that night and how utterly shocked I was at the news.


    More importantly however, there might be some reasons to believe that an average, off-the-street Eagles fan may have helped the owner Jeffrey Lurie come to his hasty decision. Frat House Sports friend Nick Salkowski wrote an impassioned open letter to the owner which gained some local media attention and well over 1.5 million views and reads on social media!


    Nick Salkowski will join us LIVE today at 2:30 p.m. to discuss his possible role.


    Plus you’ll also hear Scott Grayson of ESPN Sports Radio 97.3-FM in South Jersey who joined us Wednesday night on our Frat House Sports Show to continue the conversation about this unusual dismissal with just one game remaining in the season.


    All of this PLUS your calls on the firing of Chip Kelly . . . and anything else on your mind.


    So tune-in to another “relaxed” Frat House Saturday and start your New Year off the right way! And what the heck, don’t be afraid to call-in: 347 – 826 – 9964

  • 02:01

    Frat House Sports' NFL Super Bowl 50 Special

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    Frat House Sports is coming to you with our second and final very different NFL Super Bowl 50 Special just BEFORE the big match-up’s between the Denver Broncos – Carolina Panthers . . . and this is another sports-talk free-for-all . . . complete with YOUR input!


    Frat House Mike, Sidekick, and Brandon are joined by Nik Swartz of BaseballHotCorner.com; Jim Williams & Jason Block from SpectrumOne.net; Eric Purdy & Chris Franklin from CoachandPlayer.com; and, Caleb Luketic editor of CalebOnSports.com.


    They’ll be chatting LIVE with Jake Marsing of MileHighHuddle.com and Steve Buckner of Carolina Sports Report about today’s game; Cam Newton and the constant racial references; Peyton Manning and will he/ won’t he retire; and a complete break-down of each segment of the game.


    EVERYONE else is doing a pre-game program but, EVERYONE is giving you fluff and nonsense. WE’RE just giving you 100% NONSENSE and it’s the most enjoyable nonsense you’ll hear all day today!


    All that’s needed is YOU . . . and YOU’LL want to jump in on this program with the Frat House Sports Gang at 347 – 826 – 9964 LIVE at 1 p.m. ET!

  • 01:00

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

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    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 00:30

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

    in Culture

     
    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 00:37

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

    in Culture

     
    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 00:29

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

    in Sports

     
    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 00:29

    FRAT GAMES RADIO

    in Sports

     
    The Frat Games mission will be achieved by constantly working hard to emphasize the following values:
    · By having a solid commitment to excellence, innovation, integrity and quality in everything we do. · By providing our guests with superior entertainment value in a clean, secure, and comfortable environment. · By helping our sponsors build their brands and grow their business. · By making our community a better place to live through our support of worthy social causes. · By involving our guests in the game as active participants—not merely spectators. · By knowing who and where our fans are, and reaching out to them. · By being proactive and accountable in carrying out our mission. With that being said, Frat Games Radio will be the platform to help promote the mission of The Frat Games and draw more attention to their efforts. 

  • 02:00

    Frat House Saturday #70

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    We’re pulling out all the stops as we celebrate Super Bowl 50 this weekend and today’s “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program marks the second of three pre-game broadcasts leading up to the “big game!”


    Frat House Mike brings you the replay of the Frat House Sports Show’s interview with Steve Alic of USA Football discussing the new 21st century era of youth sports training and the future of contact sports. You’re going to want to tune-in to this as Mike lays out his concerns both pre & post interview.


    But, then even on a Super Bowl weekend we can’t put our head in the sand and pretend other sports don’t exist. Enter our weekly NHL analyst Matt DiBiase to give us a load of NHL topics to get into including what the Philadelphia Flyers should get in a Claude Giroux trade; the new 3-on-3 All-Star Game format; and, the John Scott controversy.


    Tune-in to another “relaxed” Frat House Saturday and, what the heck, don’t be afraid to call-in: 347 – 826 – 9964