U of L Sports Network

U of L Sports Network
City Louisville, Kentucky
Broadcast area Kentucky
Southern Indiana (limited)
Southwest Ohio (limited)
Frequency Various AM/FM stations
Format Sports radio
Class Regional satellite-delivered sports radio network
Owner Learfield Sports[1]
University of Louisville
Website uoflsports.com

The U of L Sports Network is the radio network of the University of Louisville Cardinals. It consists of fifteen (15) radio stations in primarily located in Kentucky, but the network serves much of Kentucky and southern Indiana.

On-air personalities

  • Paul Rogers (Play-by-play commentator (men's basketball and Louisville Cardinals football))
  • Bob Valvano (Color analyst (men's basketball))
  • Doug Ormay (Color analyst, alternate (men's basketball)/Sideline reporter (football))
  • Tony Stallings (Color Analyst, (football))
  • Craig Swabek (Color analyst, alternate (football))
  • Jim Kelch (Play-by-play comentator (Women's basketball)
  • Adrienne Johnson (Color analyst (women's basketball))

Affiliates

Immediate Louisville area

City of license/Area served Station Frequency Notes References
Louisville WHAS-AM 840 WHAS is a 50,000 watt Clear-channel AM station, so any of the Louisville Cardinals' night games that broadcast on that station's airwaves can also be heard in much of the eastern United States and portions of southeastern Canada.
Airs any games that do not conflict with the scheduling of University of Kentucky Wildcats games from the UK Sports Network.
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WKRD-AM 790 Alternate affiliate for Louisville men's basketball and football when schedules on WHAS conflict with Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball and football.
Flagship station for the U of L women's basketball game broadcasts.
New Albany, Indiana WLRS 1570 U of L Baseball only
Shelbyville/Louisville, KY WVKY 101.7 Women's basketball only

Kentucky (outside the Louisville area)

City of license/Area served Station Frequency Notes References
Bowling Green WBGN AM 1340 [3]
Calvert City/Gilbertsville WCCK 95.7 FM Also serves the Paducah, Kentucky/Metropolis, Illinois area [4]
Central City/Owensboro WQXQ-FM 101.9 Also serves Madisonville, KY and the Evansville, Indiana area.
This station provides Grade B coverage to parts of the Bowling Green and the Hopkinsville, KY-Clarksville, TN radio markets.
Fort Knox/Elizabethtown WLVK 105.5 FM
Harlan WHLN-AM 1410
Harold/Pikeville WXLR 104.9 Also serves parts of southwestern West Virginia and westernmost Virginia
Liberty WKDO FM 98.7
Mayfield WYMC 1430 AM
W230BN 93.9 FM FM Translator of WYMC-AM/Mayfield
Mount Sterling/Lexington WWRW 105.5
Paducah WPAD 1560 AM
W258AN 99.5 FM FM translator of WPAD-AM 1560/Paducah
Somerset WSFC 1240 AM

Southwest Ohio

City of license/Area served Station Frequency Notes References
Cincinnati WCKY 1530 AM WCKY is a 50,000 watt Clear-channel AM station, so any of the Cardinals' night games that broadcast on that station's airwaves can also be heard in much of the eastern United States and portions of southeastern Canada.
Airs any games that do not conflict with University of Kentucky Wildcats games from the UK Sports Network.
WSAI 1360 AM Alternate affiliate for Louisville men's basketball and football when schedules on WCKY conflict with Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball and football.
Flagship station for the U of L women's basketball game broadcasts.

USA Nationwide

U of L Sports Network broadcasts can also be heard via Sirius XM Radio.[5][6]

See also

References

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