Susong, Wilson Host ‘Mouthin’ Off Sports Talk’ On AM 1060 WMEL
By Space Coast Daily // August 28, 2015
TUNE IN FRIDAY AT 11 A.M.
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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Filling in Friday morning at 11 a.m. on ‘Mouthin’ Off Sports Talk’ on AM 1060 WMEL will be Space Coast Sports Hall of Famers Steve Wilson and Orville Susong of the Friday Night Locker Room as they guest host for the vacationing Alan Zlotorzynski.
The broadcast team of the Friday Night Locker Room have a special show planned.
They will have former Titusville High running back Mike Cadore in studio for the full hour.
Cadore won two state championship and was an all-state first team All American for the Terriers.
The legendary trio will preview this weekend’s upcoming area high school football games, including the two which will stream on SpaceCoastDaily.com – the Cocoa Tigers at the PalmBayPirates, and the Rockledge Raiders at the Viera Hawks.
During the second half hour, Susong and Wilson will feature “Where are they now?” as two more Space Coast Sports Hall of Famers join the show.
Don’t miss this great show airing on The Talk to Me Station AM 1060 WMEL.
‘Mouthin’ Off Sports Talk’ is hosted by Zlotorzynski on Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 12 noon, and on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m.
The show can be heard on AM 1060 WMEL, which recently converted to 50,000 watts of radio power.
WMEL AM 1060, which is located at Broadcast House in Cocoa, Florida, is also affiliated with Westwood One, considered the largest radio network worldwide.
WMEL is also carrying the Friday Night Locker Room which has been broadcasting the best high school football games in the listening area for the past 17 years.
WMEL is heard at 1060 AM in the Florida East Coast area from Jacksonville south to Palm Beach and west to Orlando and across the world at 1060WMEL.com
ABOVE VIDEO: Mike Cadore is a legend at Titusville High School (THS) where he was a member of the 1982 and 1983 football state champions, amassing 1,573 all-purpose yards in his senior year with 14 touchdowns, a conference-leading 10.4 yards per carry, 23 yards per reception and a 23.6 yards average per kick-off return. Going both ways, he also had 20 tackles and two interceptions.