Georgia State Radio Network
WIFN-AM (1340/103.7) and WRAS-FM (88.5)
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Georgia State football and men's basketball games, as well as other athletic events and special broadcasts, will be heard live on flagship station WIFN-AM, 1340/103.7 as well as a network of radio stations across the state in 2017-18. WRAS-FM, 88.5 will carry home and night football games while WFOM-AM, 1230/106.3 will carry
Stations interested in carrying Georgia State football games, full or partial, may call (404) 413-1434 for more details.
The 2018 Grady Health System Georgia State Radio Network includes:
WIFN-AM 1340/103.7 FM – Atlanta, Ga.
WRAS-FM 88.5 – Atlanta, Ga.
WGTJ-AM 1330 - Gainesville, Ga.
WFOM-AM 1230/106.3 FM - Marietta, Ga.
WRBN-FM 96.3 - Clayton, Ga.
WBAF-AM 1090/104.9 FM - Barnesville, Ga.
WXJO-AM 1120 / 104.5 FM – Douglasville, Ga. (basketball only)
Note: Not all stations will carry all games. Please check local listings for broadcast information each week.
All home football broadcasts will begin with a two-hour Panther Pregame show, culminated by head coach Shawn Elliott's interview leading up to kickoff. All road games will include a 30-minute Panther Pregame Show. The postgame show will also include a live Shawn Elliott interview.
Dave Cohen enters his 35th season as the radio play-by-play announcer for Panther Athletics and 20th year as the Georgia State Broadcast Coordinator in the 2017-18 school year.Alongside Cohen on football broadcasts are 680 the Fan's Brandon Leak, former WXIA-TV sports reporter Sam Crenshaw, and former Atlanta Falcon Harper LeBel. Joining Cohen as a color commentator for Panther men's basketball is 680 the Fan's Brandon Leak.
Women's games are also broadcast live, home and away. A pregame and postgame show with coach Sharon Baldwin are part of the regular broadcast. A slate of Georgia State Panther baseball and softball games will also be broadcast again in 2018, with a full lineup of over-the-air and digital streaming options.
2015 NCAA Tournament: Baylor Final Call
2015 NCAA Tournament: R.J. Hunter's 3-pointer vs. Baylor
2015 Men's Basketball Sun Belt Tournament: Final Call
2015 AutoNation Cure Bowl: Arbuckle to Boyd for a 19-yard TD