I'm Mike Gill and I serve as the station's Brand Manager. I also host 'The Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. I'm a local product of South Jersey, and have been a familiar voice since 2001. I have covered numerous big events including the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA playoffs, and the Stanley Cup Finals. I'm the 2001 West Virginia University graduate that brings South Jersey some of the top sports interviews each and every day on The Sports Bash.
Report: COVID-19 Outbreak on Rutgers Football Team Connected to Party
According to NJ.com the Rutgers football COVID-19 outbreak is linked to an on-campus party.
Will There Be College Football in 2020?
Penn State football Insider Tyler Donohue of Lions 24/7 at CBS Sports, joined The Sports Bash to detail more on the college football season including the Big Ten moving to a conference-only schedule.
Aaron Nola ‘Definitely a Possibility’ for Opening Day
With the start to this shortened 60-game MLB season opening a week from tomorrow, the Phillies have yet to name their Opening Day starter.
Carter Hart Getting Closer to Return, Elliott to Start vs Devils
Brian Elliott has played well in the absence of Carter Hart, including turning away all 16 shots he faced on Monday.
Eli Manning “Very Likely” to Start on Monday vs Eagles
Eli Manning is 10-20 in his career against the Eagles, and has lost five straight and 9 of 10 against the Eagles.
Eagles Release Jordan Matthews
The Eagles released veteran wide receiver Jordan Matthews on Monday, news that was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
What Did Charles Barkley Think About Embiid vs Towns Fight?
Round one of the Joel Embiid vs Karl-Anthony Towns got them both suspended for two games.
Report: Eagles Free-Agent RB Jay Ajayi Meeting with Colts
After two seasons in the Eagles’ backfield, running back Jay Ajayi is reportedly meeting with the Indianapolis Colts next week.
ESPN Projection: Phillies Will Win 84 Games in 2019
ESPN's Bradford Doolittle projected the Philadelphia Phillies win total in his most recent MLB win-loss predictions.
Phillies Have Reliable Closing Options In 2019
Who will be taking the ball for the Phillies in the ninth inning in 2019?