Bo Mattingly Sports Show Moves to Fresh Talk KKSP-FM

by Lance Turner  on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012 1:07 pm  

"Sports Talk with Bo Mattingly," which airs on KABZ-FM, 103.7, in Little Rock, will begin airing on KKSP on Dec. 10.

As part of the move, KKSP said it will operate the "Sports Talk with Bo Mattingly" network as the flagship station of the show. KKSP will also handle all sales and marketing efforts for the program. KKSP and Mattingly said they plan to work together to expanding the show and create new programs.

Another local sports show, "Game On with Wess and Michael," will precede "Sports Talk." Wess Moore is a former sports anchor for Gannett Co.-owned CBS affiliate KTHV-TV, Channel 11. Michael Smith is a former Arkansas Razorbacks running back. Their program debuted on KKSP earlier this year.

KKSP also said it will also air "Weekly Fried with Blake Eddins and Rex Nelson," which airs from 7-9 p.m. Monday. The program, hosted by former Razorbacks basketball player Eddins and former Mike Huckabee communications director Nelson, will cover sports, politics and southern cuisine.


Jones, born in Fort Smith, attended high school in Van Buren until his senior year, when he transferred to Northside High School in Fort Smith and became a star quarterback and a sprinter on the track team.

In college, Jones played football and basketball for the Razorbacks and was later drafted by the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. He retired from the NFL in 2010, and has been contributor to KAZB throughout the football season.

"I'm very excited to begin my broadcast career at The Buzz," Jones said. "I'm really looking forward to joining such a talented staff and a great organization."

Trey Schaap was born in Little Rock and attended Parkview High School and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He began his broadcasting career at WCBI-TV in ColumbusMiss., and later worked for Little Rock NBC affiliate KARK-TV, Channel 4.

In January 2004, Schaap joined Signal Media, which owns KABZ. He's covered high school sports, the Razorbacks and the Southeastern Conference. 



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