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Thursday August 26, 2010

UGA and ISP have released details for radio coverage of the 2010 Dawgs.

The biggest change: long-time sideline reporter Loran Smith will be replaced by Chuck Dowdle. Loran will still remain a part of the broadcast team and handle co-host duties for the pregame show.

There will also be more coverage of the team available to satellite radio subscribers. In addition to play-by-play on Sirius XM, the Bulldog Brunch and Bulldog Hotline will now re-air on XM 199 and Sirius 213 (see the announcement for dates and times). As we mentioned earlier, the simulcast of WSB radio on 95.5 FM joins 750 AM as the flagship radio station for the Dawgs. ISP is also taking over production of the Bulldog Brunch, formerly a WSB production.

You can see all Bulldog Radio Network affiliates here.

Marc Weiszer has more information on other broadcast changes at the ABH.

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  • This is depressing. It’s hard enough (no offense to Scott Howard) to not have Munson. Now Loran’s sideline reports are over. As Dan Magill has often said, there aren’t many teams in college football with as much tradition as UGA. Slowly watching Georgia icons leave the landscape of Saturdays in Athens, people & voices i’ve loved since childhood, is beyond sad.

    I’m thankful Loran hasn’t been completely removed, but it certainly won’t ever be the same again. Sigh.

    No Munson, no Uga VIII, now no Loran on the sidelines… 🙁