Bill Moos said on KIRO Radio that for Coug fans on the westside of the state, the WSU football and basketball radio broadcasts will be on 50,000-watt 710 ESPN KIRO.
Moos later said when the Mariners and WSU have conflicting broadcasts, that WSU would be be moved, likely to sister station KTTH 770, which broadcast all Cougar games last season.
Moos said Bob Robertson "will be involved" in Cougar broadcasts, and that Robertson will be in the booth with Bud Nameck and Shawn McWashington. Moos said Bob will do play by play and that, "Bud will be there to help him, as will Shawn...and that roles are being defined as we speak."
The new sideline reporter will be Jessamyn McIntyre, the executive producer for 710 ESPN Seattle and The Kevin Calabro Show.
Game-day programming will include a two hour pre-game and one hour post-game show.
Moos announces radio broadcast changes
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