JT The Brick

SMJ Podcast- JT The Brick, Fox Sports Radio

After a long battle against the best of the best of the sports radio world, JT The Brick of Fox Sports Radio came out on top in our SMJ Sports Radio Madness sports talk host tournament.

JT found time to celebrate his victory by taking part in our latest SMJ Podcast.

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SMJ Sports Radio Madness- JT The Brick (6) vs. Tim Brando (13)

It has all come down to this. After four weeks of intense battle and dedicated voting, the championship match-up of the SMJ Sports Radio Madness sports host tournament is upon us. The survivors of this match-up are JT The Brick from Fox Sports Radio and Tim Brando of Sporting News Radio.

JT The Brick– JT The Brick joined Fox Sports Radio as the afternoon host in June 2001. JT first gained national attention hosting a popular overnight show on more than 100 stations for SportsFan Radio Network. Get more on JT here.

Tim Brando- Tim Brando attained national celebrity in front of the camera as the host of CBS Sports’ College Football Today and At the Half, CBS Sports’ college basketball halftime studio show. Brando also provides commentary for Jefferson Pilot’s coverage of SEC and ACC basketball broadcasts and has been a participant in the SEC-focused athletic radio show Conference Call, which airs throughout the Southeast. Get more on Tim here.

Voting ends April 9th at 6pm ET.

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SMJ Sports Radio Madness- JT The Brick (6) vs. David Stein (23)

Will the David Stein machine keep rolling along? Or will JT The Brick put an end to the upset-minded 23 seed? It’s our second semifinal match-up between the Fox Sports Radio late night host and Sporting News Radio’s overnight talker.

JT The Brick– JT The Brick joined Fox Sports Radio as the afternoon host in June 2001. JT first gained national attention hosting a popular overnight show on more than 100 stations for SportsFan Radio Network. Get more on JT here.

David Stein- The David Stein Show has broken the boundaries of traditional sports talk radio. David is transforming the lives of people across the country and around the world through his visionary approach to issues affecting the world of sports and how those issues affect our lives.
The David Stein Show is heard on 115 radio stations, including The Score in Chicago, The Ticket in Dallas, KILT in Houston, Sports Radio 950 in Philadelphia, WXYT in Detroit, 106.7 Free FM in Washington DC, Supertalk FM 96.5 in Cincinnati and FMTalk 93.9 in Indianapolis and 1010 XL in Jacksonville. More about David here.

Voting ends April 2nd at 6pm ET.

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SMJ Sports Radio Madness- Mike & Mike in the Morning (3) vs. JT The Brick (6)

Welcome to the only match-up in the SMJ Sports Radio Madness tournament where the seeding has held true to form. Vote on this quarterfinal contest between ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning and Fox Sports Radio’s JT The Brick..

Mike & Mike in the Morning– Mike Greenberg, who joined ESPN in September 1996 as an anchor for ESPNEWS which launched in November of that year, is heard on ESPN Radio each weekday morning and usually seen on ESPN each weekday evening on SportsCenter. Get more on Greenberg here.

JT The Brick– JT The Brick joined Fox Sports Radio as the afternoon host in June 2001. JT first gained national attention hosting a popular overnight show on more than 100 stations for SportsFan Radio Network. Get more on JT here.

Voting ends March 26th at 6pm ET.

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SMJ Sports Radio Madness- JT The Brick (6) vs. Jason Smith (22)

Up next in the first round of the SMJ Sports Radio Madness tournament is Fox Sports Radio night time host JT The Brick and ESPN Radio’s overnight host Jason Smith.

JT The Brick– JT The Brick joined Fox Sports Radio as the afternoon host in June 2001. JT first gained national attention hosting a popular overnight show on more than 100 stations for SportsFan Radio Network. Get more on JT here.

Jason Smith- Jason Smith joined ESPN Radio in September 2005 as host of ESPN Radio’s AllNight (1-6 a.m. ET Sunday-Thursday, with his show originating from the 710 ESPN Radio studios in Los Angeles.

Smith had served ESPN Radio as fill-in host of AllNight and the Saturday and Sunday GameDay shows, and guest hosted ESPN Radio’s weekday The Herd, Dan Patrick Show, SportsBash and GameNight programs. Jason’s bio continues here.

Voting ends March 19th.

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