The show — which boasts a piss-take blend of factoid-based rock ’n’ roll and sports commentary — previously aired as an hour-long lunchtime affair on 102.5 The Game until last July, when Gorman parted ways with the station, telling the Scene, “It wasn’t an ideal place for me or my show.”
“I’m thrilled that Steve Gorman Sports! has a home in the FOX Sports Radio family,” the host said in a press release. “It’s an amazing opportunity to be able to work with the one network I always felt was a perfect fit for my show. I know listeners will love hearing athletes and musicians alike talking, laughing, and arguing about our shared passions: sports and music.”
In an email to the Scene, Gorman says the show will broadcast to 162 stations nationwide, via Clear Channel Studios on Music Row.
Options to hear Gorman locally may be limited, however. Local Fox Sports Radio affiliates include WGFX-104.5 FM The Zone (which has local programming in that slot), WNSR-560 AM (which has local programming) and WMRB-910 AM (a low-power station out of Columbia). Fox Sports Radio had appeared on satellite, but was removed in October when Clear Channel sold its stake. A stream of Fox Sports Radio appears on the I Heart Radio smartphone app.