Scot Brantley To Tackle Afternoons For WHBO-A
June 20, 2006 at 10:54 AM (PT)
GENSIS Sports WHBO-A (SPORTSRADIO 1470)/TAMPA taps former TAMPA BAY BUCCANEER and local sports radio veteran SCOT BRANTLEY for afternoon duties, effective MONDAY, JUNE 26th, replacing the TERRY BOWDEN show. BRANTLEY has previous TAMPA-area sports talk experience at the old WFNS-A and WQYK-A and served as radio color analyst for BUCS and FLORIDA GATORS football.
"SCOT brings years of sports experience and knowledge back to the air-waves. Former Pro Athletes give sports radio listeners a better perspective because they’ve been on the field or in the professional ranks as a player," commented WHBO-A GM BRAD JAMES.
"I look forward to getting back on the air and talking sports with the listeners. I have really missed being on the air and I have a lot to talk about," said BRANTLEY. "I also look forward to working with BOBBY FENTON and am excited about the plans BRAD JAMES has for SPORTSRADIO 1470 WHBO."
BRANTLEY's show will air weekdays from 4p-7p.