Aug. 23, 2004
ATLANTA–Georgia Tech head football coach Chan Gailey will host the first of his weekly radio shows this Thursday at 12 noon, while Coach Gailey’s television show debuts this weekend with a season preview.
CHAN GAILEY CALL-IN SHOW
Yellow Jacket fans can speak with head coach Chan Gailey on his weekly radio call-in show on Thursdays at 12 noon this fall.
The show, co-hosted by Wes Durham, will be carried live by “790 The Zone” and selected affiliates and then will be replayed later on other affiliates. Check local listings for the affiliate and air time in your area.
This fall, fans are invited to attend the show as it is broadcast on location each week from the Club Room at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center.
Tech students and faculty with a Buzz Card can receive $2 off lunch during the show.
Fans can call in with their questions and comments at 1.888.ISP.RADIO (888.477.7234).
The complete schedule for the Chan Gailey Call-In Show is as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 26Thursday, Sept. 2Thursday, Sept. 9Thursday, Sept. 16Thursday, Sept. 23Thursday, Sept. 30Thursday, Oct. 7Thursday, Oct. 14Wednesday, Oct. 27 (Thursday game)Thursday, Nov. 4Thursday, Nov. 11Thursday, Nov. 18Wednesday, Nov. 24 (Thanksgiving)Please note, there is no call-in show on Oct. 21
GEORGIA TECH SPORTS TODAY With Head Coach Chan Gailey
Georgia Tech Sports Today with Chan Gailey” is the weekly half-hour television show that features the Georgia Tech head coach. Each week Coach Gailey and co-host Wes Durham give fans unique insight into the big plays from the week before and a full scouting report on the upcoming opponent.
“Georgia Tech Sports Today with Chan Gailey” airs in the Atlanta area on WAGA-TV (Fox 5) Saturdays at 11 a.m.
The show also airs regionally on Fox Sports Net South (Fridays, 12:30 p.m.), Sunshine Network (Fridays, 4:30 p.m.) and Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS, Fridays, 10:30 p.m.).
For additional times and stations in your area, please consult local listings.
“Georgia Tech Sports Today with Chan Gailey” is produced by ISP Sports with Mark Covington and Terrance Beavers serving as the producers.
2004 SCHEDULEShow No. 1 Preseason Aug. 28Show No. 2 vs. Samford Sept. 4Show No. 3 vs. Clemson Sept. 11Show No. 4 vs. North Carolina Sept. 18Show No. 5 Open Week Sept. 25Show No. 6 vs. Miami Oct. 2Show No. 7 vs. Maryland Oct. 9Show No. 8 vs. Duke Oct. 16Show No. 9 vs. Virginia Tech Oct. 23Show No. 10 vs. NC State Nov. 6Show No. 11 vs. Connecticut Nov. 13Show No. 12 vs. Virginia Nov. 20Show No. 1 vs. Georgia Nov. 27Please note, there is no show the week of Oct. 30.