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Bobcat Radio: A New Era for Volleyball

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    Bobcat Radio: A New Era for Volleyball

By Connor MacKinnon
Assistant Sports Director

Bobcat Radio is a 30-minute specialty show discussing 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. 

Episode Description: The second edition of the Wednesday show features host Connor MacKinnon and co-hosts Garrett Martin and newcomer Cole Paveglio previewing softball and baseball in the opening ten minutes. After the break, Texas State volleyball head coach Sean Huiet joins the show and answers questions from the crew. Then MacKinnon and producer Jude McClaren break down San Marcos High School boy’s basketball and Texas State men’s basketball.

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