The fifth season of David Bailiff's one-hour radio show is back on Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 in 2014 and will once again air live from Baker St. Pub and Grill in the Rice Village on Mondays preceding games.
The show airs from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in Houston during the season, beginning on Aug. 25. Fans outside the Houston area can tune in via the internet by clicking the "Listen Live" option and selecting your preferred audio stream.
Hosted by J.P Heath, the voice of the Owls, "The David Bailiff Show" will showcase the Owls efforts each week during the season, as Coach Bailiff reviews each week's previous game as well as looking ahead to the Owls' next opponent.
Segments will also feature live interviews with members of Bailiff's coaching staff as well as current Rice players and some legendary names from the past.
The Mike Rhoades Radio Show debuted at Mezzanine Sports Bar on Monday night, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m.
The head coach will discuss the men's basketball team each week with host J.P. Heath. The show will also regularly feature staff and player guests as fans get an inside look into the rising program.
The one-hour program will air weekly on Mondays at 7 p.m. through the remainder of the season from this location and over the airwaves in Houston on Yahoo Sports Radio 1560-AM as well as an online broadcast.
2015 Radio Show Schedule
Jan. 13 - 7 p.m. (YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Jan. 19 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Jan. 26 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Feb. 2 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Feb. 9 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Feb. 16 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
Feb. 23 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
March 2 - 7 p.m. (Mezzanine Sports Bar; YSR 1560-AM, Online)
A total of nine, hour-long shows over an 11-week span in March and run through the remainder of the regular season. Head coach Wayne Graham and J.P Heath, the voice of the Owls, will review games from the previous weekend and preview upcoming series. In addition to discussions on college baseball's national rankings and chase for the Conference USA championship. Each week's show includes current members of the team, former Owl players, and special guests. There is also a segment for fans to ask Coach Graham a question. It's a unique opportunity for baseball fans to get direct insight from one of the college game's most successful icons.
"This is a great opportunity to increase the dialogue between Rice Baseball and its fans," said Coach Graham. "It is also a wonderful opportunity to increase the visibility of college baseball in Houston. I am looking forward to the show, and the upcoming season."Past Shows
(All shows are mp3 files played through Rice All Access. Please allow a moment for the file to load.)