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Hurricane Sports Network

Hurricane Sports Network

Miami football games can be heard throughout the state of Florida on the Hurricane Sports Network, anchored by WQAM (560 AM). The games are also broadcast in Spanish on 1450 ESPN Deportes and 90.5 WVUM.

The Hurricane Sports Network has compiled an impressive list of state affiliates, allowing Miami football games to be heard throughout the state of Florida. WQAM (560 AM) will anchor the Hurricane Sports Network. Joe Zagacki will handle play-by-play duties, Don Bailey Jr. will serve as the color analyst and Josh Darrow will provide reports from the sidelines. Miami football games can also be heard over the internet on www.hurricanesports.com.

Spanish Radio
Once again in 2010, Hurricane football games will be broadcast in Spanish. Spanish listeners can catch every play through the Hurricane Sports Network on 1450 ESPN Deportes. Joe Pujala will handle the play-by-play duties and Joe Martinez will provide color analysis.

Student Radio
WVUM (90.5 FM), the University of Miami’s student radio station which can be heard throughout Dade County, will carry every home football game.

FLAGSHIP STATIONS
Miami/Fort Lauderdale – WQAM (560 AM)
Miami/Fort Lauderdale – ESPN Deportes (1450 AM)
University of Miami – WVUM (90.5 FM)

AFFILIATES
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale – WQAM (560)
Belle Glade – WBGF (900), WSWN (93.5 FM)
Coco Beach – WIXC (1060)
Ft. Myers – WMYR (1410)
Fort Pierce – WPSL (1590)
Jacksonville – WJXL (1010)
Jupiter – WSTU (1450)
Kissimmee – ESPN (1080)
Key West – WKWF (1600)
Marathon – WFFG (1300)
Marco Island – WCNZ (1660)
Melbourne – WIXC (1060)
Meritt Island – WIXC (1060)
Naples – WCNZ (1660)
Orlando – ESPN (1080)
Port St. Lucie – WPSL (1590)
St. Petersburg – WMGG (1040), WHBO ESPN (1040)
Stuart – WSTU (1450)
Tampa – WHBO ESPN (1040), WWBA (820), WMGG (1470)
Titusville – WIXC (1060)