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Sports Tuesday,BCS, Steve Manderson,Will Reeve Jr,Edd Hayes,Bridgitt Brown

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Source Nation! It's another amazing night of Sports Tuesday and Black College Sports We have two dynamic shows with two fabulous Sports Hosts Steve Manderson and Edd J Hayes. In the first two hours 6 and 7pm Steve will share the latest information in NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and more. In the third hour at 8pm Edd will share amazing history and facts in the world of Black College Sports. You don't want to miss either shows. You've heard it here on your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network!!

7:15 Will Reeve Jr.

Will has a unique background, including academic awards and play-by-play and color commentary experience. Ascending from four years of homelessness from 16-20 Will earned Phi Theta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude awards in his associate's program before receiving a scholarship to California Lutheran University where he became the voice of the Kingsmen and Regals. Wrapping up his education this semester, Will again earned Lambda Pi Eta Upsilon Upsilion awards for academic achievement and built an industry standard studio to launch his All Weather Fan Podcast in January of 2015.

8:15 Bridgitt Brown

Bridgitt Bradley-Brown is a second-generation basketball coach. She received  academic and athletic scholarships to various universities but chose to attend an HBCU.  Her collegiate athletic career began at Alabama A&M University under the late Coach Press Parham. She quickly found success on the hardwood as she became the SIAC Freshman of the Year. In 1990, she was recognized as the AAMU Female Athlete of the Year. She was named to the Black College Sports All America Basketball Second Team (1989,1990), the Kodak Women’s All-District Basketball Team (1990), and twice named to the Women’s Black College Basketball All American Team (1989, 1990)

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