Freddie Coleman

SMJ Sports Radio Madness- Jim Rome (2) vs. Freddie Coleman (18)

As our SMJ Sports Radio Madness competition continues we have our number two seed, Jim Rome, going up against Freddie Coleman of ESPN Radio.

Jim Rome- Perhaps the most respected voice in the world of sports broadcasting, Jim Rome is the leading opinion-maker of his generation. As host of the nation’s premiere sports radio talk show, Rome is known for his aggressive, informed, rapid-fire dialogue. Jim has established himself as the top choice of athletes and fans when it is time to know what is going on beyond the scoreboard. Get more about Jim Rome here.

Freddie Coleman- Freddie D. Coleman joined ESPN on June 26, 2004 as a co-host of GameNight, which is carried by more than 300 affiliates nationwide nightly from 7 p.m.-1 a.m. ET (or starting at 7:30 p.m. following the 30-minute radio-version of ESPN’s popular Pardon the Interruption on some stations). Coleman’s co-hosting chores are Friday through Monday. Find out more about Freddie here.

Voting ends on March 19th.

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SMJ Sports Radio Madness- Shemon/Washington (15) vs. Freddie Coleman (18)

To begin our lower half of the bracket in the preliminary round of the SMJ Sports Radio Madness, we pit Craig Shemon and James Washington of Fox Sports Radio and Freddie Coleman of Game Night on ESPN Radio.

Craig Shemon/James Washington- “The Odd Couple” of sports radio, straight man Craig Shemon is joined by James Washington, probably the wildest member of the great Dallas Cowboy teams that won three Super Bowls in the 1990’s. Washington spent years hitting the town with acclaimed partiers like “The Playmaker.” Michael Irvin, and made one of the most crucial plays in Cowboys history by returning Thurman Thomas’ third quarter fumble for a touchdown in Super Bowl XXVIII. When these two opposites get together, it makes for great radio. (From FSR)

Freddie Coleman- Freddie D. Coleman joined ESPN on June 26, 2004 as a co-host of GameNight, which is carried by more than 300 affiliates nationwide nightly from 7 p.m.-1 a.m. ET (or starting at 7:30 p.m. following the 30-minute radio-version of ESPN’s popular Pardon the Interruption on some stations). Coleman’s co-hosting chores are Friday through Monday. Find out more about Freddie here.

Voting ends on March 12th.

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