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We Don’t Work, We Play

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By Garrett Martin
Sports Director

Bobcat Radio is a 30-minute specialty show about everything Texas State and San Marcos sports.  Three staff members jump on the mics three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. and discuss sports. A guest joins each episode, namely a coach, player or figure close to the athletic programs at Texas State and San Marcos High School.

On Labor Day, the KTSW sports staff refused to put work aside and miss an episode of Bobcat Radio.  Sports director Garrett Martin hosted this episode with his co-hosts Josh Orozco and Ashley Guzman, who made her Bobcat Radio debut. Their guest on this episode was Texas State beat writer Keff Ciardello.

Ciardello has been around the university a long time, and attended the Bobcats first game this season against the Aggies at Kyle Field.  He talked about that game, and the upcoming game against Wyoming this weekend.

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