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The Musers to broadcast from rec center April 17

Ticket promoEarly risers on campus are invited to be part of the live broadcast of a popular sports radio talk show on campus April 17.

The Musers, the morning show on KTCK-1310 AM “The Ticket,” is scheduled to broadcast live from 5:30 to 10 a.m. from the Pohl Recreation Center. UNT is the last stop on the show’s five-college tour this week.

President Neal Smatresk is scheduled to join the show at 8:15 a.m., and  Mean Green football coach Dan McCarney is scheduled to appear on the show at 8:55 a.m. The Ticket will have several promotional giveaways for students, faculty and staff throughout the broadcast.

Audience members should gather inside the recreation center near the climbing wall.

The Musers features 1988 alumni George Dunham, right, and Craig Miller, left, along with Gordon Keith, center. Dunham recently retired as Mean Green football and basketball play-by-play announcer after 21 years. He called two of the biggest wins in football history, the 2002 New Orleans Bowl and the 2014 Heart of Dallas Bowl. Dunham also coined the memorable phrase “Do you believe in the Mean Green?” during an upset win over Texas Tech in 1997.

He won the Ulys Knight Spirit Award in 1996, and he is to be inducted into the UNT Athletics Hall of Fame on April 18 in conjunction with the annual Green-White game.

Posted on: Tue 14 April 2015

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