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Dave Cohen, Harper LeBel, Brandon Leak and Sam Crewnshaw call Georgia State football games.

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Georgia State Radio Network

1340 The Fan 3 (AM) and WRAS-FM (88.5)

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Georgia State football and men's basketball games will be broadcast live on commercial flagship station, 1340 The Fan 3, as well as WRAS-FM (88.5), along with a radio network of stations across the state.

All Georgia State men's and women's basketball games and select baseball games can be heard on 100,000-watt WRAS-FM (88.5) radio.

Stations interested in carrying Georgia State football games, full or partial, may call 404-413-1434 for more details.

The GSU Radio Network includes:
WIFN-AM 1340 – Atlanta, Ga.
WRAS-FM 88.5 – Atlanta, Ga.
WRBN-FM 104.1 – Clayton, Ga.
WSGC-AM 1400 – Elberton, Ga.
WSGC-FM 96.5 – Elberton, Ga.
WQXZ-FM 103.9 – Hawkinsville, Ga.
WFDR-AM 1370 – Manchester, Ga.
WGTJ-AM 1330 – Gainesville, Ga.
WWNS-AM 1240 - Statesboro, Ga.
WPTB-AM 850 -  Statesboro, Ga.

The football broadcast will include a 30-minute Panther Pre-Game show, culminated by head coach Trent Miles' interview leading up to kick off. The post-game show will also include a live Trent Miles interview.

Dave Cohen returns in 2013 for his 31st season as the play-by-play announcer and 16th year as the Georgia State Radio Broadcast Coordinator. Joining Cohen on football broadcasts are WXIA-TV sports reporter Sam Crenshaw, former Atlanta Falcon Harper LeBel and 680 the Fan's Brandon Leak.

Cohen handles the details for the live football, men's basketball and baseball broadcasts and oversees the broadcasting of all Georgia State women's basketball games. Cohen added Panther football to his schedule following 12 seasons as a member of Furman University's football radio network in Greenville, S.C.

For men's basketball, all games will be broadcast on 1340 the Fan 3 and WRAS-FM 88.5. The broadcasts begin thirty minutes prior to tip-off with the Panthers Pre-Game Show which includes Coach Ron Hunter. Following each game, Cohen will have post game interviews and stats. Joining Cohen as a color commentator for Panthers basketball home games is former player Rodney "Truck" Turner ('89) and 680 the Fan's Brandon Leak.

Cohen is also the host for the weekly Trent Miles' Coaches Show that takes live call ins from fans every Monday from 4-5 p.m. on 1340 the Fan 3. During basketball season, the Ron Hunter Coaches Show is broadcast live as well on Monday afternoons from 4-5 p.m. The shows re-air at 6 a.m. each Saturday morning on 680 the Fan.

Cohen is also the host of Georgia State Football Weekly. The show airs every Thursday during football season at 4 p.m. on CSS.

Women's games are also broadcast live, home and away. Drew Hinesley and Ken Gustafson will be calling the games this season. A pre-game show and post-game show with Coach Sharon Baldwin-Tener are also part of the regular broadcasts.

In the spring, Cohen broadcasts select Georgia State Panther baseball games on WRAS-FM (88.5).

Cohen, a veteran radio reporter of the Atlanta sports scene, currently is employed at Georgia State in the Department of Alumni Relations and Georgia State Athletics.

Throughout his tenure in Atlanta radio, Cohen has worked for WRAS-FM, WGST-AM, WCNN-AM, WSB-AM, and WGUN-AM radio stations. He has also done extensive freelance work for ESPN Radio, AP Radio, UPI Radio and WFAN-AM in New York. He has also been host on local radio talk shows in Atlanta.

Assisting Cohen with Georgia State Panther baseball and basketball radio broadcasts as studio hosts are Gary Lowe, Jason Hanes, Matthew Simmons, Chris Culwell, Edgar Treiguts, Chris Hill, John Morgo, Amy Walker, Marvin Evangelista, Eric Quintana and James Lenzer.

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