WSUM Sports Shows
- The Weekend Kickoff
- Full Court Press
September Broadcast Schedule
All broadcasts air on the WSUM Online Sports Stream. All times are CST.
- Sept. 21: W Soccer vs. Michigan State, 5:00 PM*
- Sept. 21: M Soccer vs. Penn State, 7:30 PM*
- Sept. 22: Football vs. UTEP, 11:00 AM***
- Sept. 23: W Soccer vs. Michigan, 1:00 PM*
- Sept. 28: W Volleyball vs. Penn State, 7:00 PM **
- Sept. 29: M Soccer vs. Cleveland State, 7:00 PM*
- Sept. 29: Football vs. Nebraska, 7:00 PM***
* Will air on UWBadgers.com Stream
** Will air on BTN
*** Will air on WSUM Online Sports Stream
# If necessary
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About the WSUM Sports Team
The WSUM Sports Team provides listeners incredible insight with its lively and engaging sports talk shows including Red Alert, Three Guys and a Mic, The 6th Quarter, The Varsity Hour, Cheddar Chatter, Debate and Tackle, The Walk-Through, The Weekend Kickoff, Upon Further Review, The Last Call and The Student Section. The longest-running show on the station, The Student Section has featured numerous renowned guests, including ESPN's Scott Van Pelt, Kenny Mayne, Chris Fowler, Andy Katz, and Adam Rittenberg, Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine and Mike DeCourcy, Ron Dayne and Brooks Bollinger, widely-recognized writers, and numerous UW coaches and student-athletes. The program has also been named the best student talk show by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association three of the last five years.
In October, 2008, WSUM began broadcasting Badgers games live on a dedicated online sports stream. Just a few months after the first live broadcast, a football game against Ohio State, WSUM Sports garnered its first of dozens of awards from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for exceptional radio play-by-play. WSUM has since expanded its coverage to include Badgers football, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's hockey, and softball. WSUM also broadcasts live pre- and post-game shows, select away games, and postseason events. In the 2010-11 academic year alone, WSUM covered over 115 live events, including the Men's and Women's Big Ten Basketball Tournaments, Men's and Women's WCHA Final Five, Women's NCAA Frozen Four, and the Rose Bowl.
Tune in for complete coverage of Badgers games by clicking on a streaming option next to "Sports" at the top of this website, or click here for all streaming options and scroll down to "Sports Streams." WSUM is also proud to be the exclusive broadcasting partner of Wisconsin softball and women's hockey for UWBadgers.com.
In January, 2010, WSUM Sports began broadcasting games for Big Ten Network as a part of the station's Student-U initiative. All of the games are entirely student-run and produced, with assistance from the UW Athletics Audio/Video Department. The games air live on BTN.com and are later shown on the national cable network. WSUM Sports is currently broadcasting select men's and women's hockey, men's and women's basketball, men's soccer, wrestling, softball and volleyball games for BTN.
The WSUM Sports Department also maintains a blog and oversees an award-winning Sports News Team that covers Wisconsin press conferences, practices and games. The News Team gets sound and prepares packages for WSUM 5 and 6 PM News Updates and sports flashes on WSUM sports talk shows.