Sunny 97.3 FM To Broadcast Live From FSU's Wheeler Pavilion This Friday Morning

Sunny 97.3 FM To Broadcast Live From FSU's Wheeler Pavilion This Friday Morning

Big Rapids, Mich. - The flagship home of Ferris State University Athletics, local radio station Sunny 97.3 FM, has announced its popular "Radio Caffeine" morning show will air live from FSU's Wheeler Pavilion at Top Taggart Field this Friday (Aug. 23) morning.

The show, which airs daily from 6-10 a.m. (ET), is co-hosted by local personalities Steve Masters and Scott Roman.

Friday morning's show will kickoff a busy day for Ferris State Football and include potential guests from FSU Athletics, coaching staff members and student-athletes.  The show will broadcast from the Bulldog Sports Network radio booth on the third floor of the Wheeler Pavilion.

Along with the local radio broadcast, fans can also listen live online at

Following the morning show, regional and statewide media are encouraged to attend the annual Bulldog Football Media Day on Friday, which
provides an opportunity for local and statewide media outlets to interview various players and staff associated with the 2013 Ferris football team.  The event will be held in conjunction with the squad's individual and team photo shoot from 1 to 3 p.m. (ET) with all players in uniform. 

The team is also slated to practice in the morning from 9-11:30 a.m. (ET).

In addition to Friday's show, Sunny 97.3 FM and the Bulldog Sports Network will again carry all FSU football contests this season, beginning with the Bulldogs' season opener. All games are aired live on Sunny 97.3 FM and online at

Ferris State begins its 105th season of varsity competition by facing a North Dakota State on Sept. 7 at Gate City Bank Field inside the Fargodome at Fargo, N.D. The Bison are the two-time defending Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Champions and the preseason number one team in the country.  Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m. (ET).

To listen live to Friday morning's "Radio Caffeine" show, please visit this link: