The Jack Michaels Show:
Weekdays Noon - 1 p.m.
The former voice of the FM RedHawks and 20 year veteran sports broadcaster is back home in Fargo. Jack is a Williston, N.D. native and worked in Bismarck for the past six years before returning to the Radio Fargo-Moorhead studios.
Jack's background includes being behind the mic for The NDSU Bison, MSU-Moorhead Dragons, as well as a television host for the Vikings Update. Jack also served as the voice of the FM Fever, a CBA basketball team in the area.
An award-winning broadcaster who has won multiple 'best in play-by-play' awards and merit awards, Jack hosts The Jack Michaels Show covering local, regional and national sports topics in a caller-driven show. Jack is also head of the KFGO-AM sports department.
Thomas DeCoud pulls off Meow Game during SportsCenter interview (VIDEO)
Here is the time of every one of DeCoud's meows. Can you catch them all?
NFL players have to do many, many interviews. Pregame, postgame, offseason, preseason -- if there is one constant, it's football players having to tell their thoughts and feelings on an upcoming game, opponent or teammate. Can you blame them for shaking things up from time to time?
The Baltimore Batman, whose antics at Camden Yards inspired our Idiot On The Field series, struck again Sunday night during the Ravens-Patriots game, evading M & T Bank Stadium security for close to a minute and racking up more fantasy points than Chris Johnson has all season.
While last week's Idiot On The Field in Jacksonville racked up big yardage by being ignored by security, you can see in the above "official" video that Baltimore Batman had his fair share of pursuers. He did this all while bearing an anti-bullying message upon his body—one that appears to have gained a few pounds since his streaking at the Orioles' Opening Day.
We applaud his message and hope he's willing to enter the beltway for winter sports; we'd find a man wearing just underwear and a cape skidding across the Verizon Center ice a hoot.
Thanks to a new TV commercial for ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” we’ve gotten an inside look into John Clayton’s daily routine.
Anyone up for going to an East Carolina game soon???
Former Fargo South standout and current member of the Univ of Oregon Women's Track Team Laura Roesler stopped into the 740 the FAN studios. Click here to hear the podcast.