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(12/17/2013 9:05:35 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
tc is right . Donovan "the ticket token" Lewis is the stupid Inn of the station . The dude can barely speak English . Simple and Plain dumb Country Inn with a wife that looks like my butt hole before I wipe . Pure product if a requisite hire .
- Dave Mino
(12/17/2013 9:01:26 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
KTCK the Ticket in dallas is without question the light in the darkness of sports talk . The only exception to the stations exceptionalism is the darkness if Donovan "the ticket token" Lewis. While everyone else is talented and deserving of their job , Donovan is the requisite hire that frags the entire culture of the station down . GO SICKLE CELL !!
- Thomas Charles
(12/17/2013 8:50:35 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Kevin Williams @ WOBM in Toms River NJ...As well as Townsquare Sports Network for all NJ....
- Jones
(12/17/2013 7:36:33 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Woody Woodrum of WRVC deserves a mention in my opinion.

http://supertalk941.com/listen 4-6 est.

- Alex Hackney
(12/17/2013 7:24:20 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
In the DC market, I would take Czaban over Lavar & Dukes
- Jeff Evans
(12/17/2013 7:16:14 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Agreed. Only one show out of the best sports town in the country?
- Wayne
(12/17/2013 5:51:40 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Only 1 of the top 30 is from Boston?? And the top 3 are from NYC? Flawed list for sure! :Dennis & Callahan" on EEI? "Salk & Holley" on EEI? "Felger & Mazz" on The Sports Hub? C'mon people. certainly any of those 3 are in the top 30! If not all 3.
- Wally Caswell


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