by Kate Knable
Posted 4/25/2013 10:54 am
Updated 1 year ago
When Pat Bradley launches his new sports morning radio show May 6, his permanent co-host will be Clint Stoerner, a former Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback and Dallas Cowboys player.
The show will air on KKSP-FM, 93.3 (Sports 93.3 The Source), of Little Rock.
Bradley, a former Arkansas Razorbacks basketball star, left KABZ-FM, 103.7 (The Buzz), of Little Rock in February after about six years with the station. Stoerner was a regular guest host on Bradley's KABZ show The Zone.
"I'm excited because I think it's the fresh voices that people in Arkansas are looking for in morning radio," Bradley said. "My idea has always been to have a show where sports and entertainment come crashing together."
The show will offer sports and general news in an informative, entertaining way, he said.
"We want you to learn something," Bradley said.
The show will air 6-9 a.m. on weekdays. The show's name hasn't been finalized.
Bradley and Stoerner's first show together on KKSP will broadcast live from Central Arkansas Design Center on Maumelle Boulevard. Bradley and Stoerner are long-time friends who met in the '90s at the University of Arkansas.