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Farm Bureau Insurance Coach's Corner with Tony Bennett Tonight

CHARLOTTESVILLE - The weekly "Coach's Corner with Tony Bennett" radio program, presented by Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance, with Virginia men's head basketball coach Tony Bennett and hosted by the "Voice of the Cavaliers" Dave Koehn is on Virginia Sports Radio Network stations (click here for affiliates list) across the Commonwealth tonight. The program runs from 7:06 - 8:00 p.m.

The "Coach's Corner with Tony Bennett" show will follow Virginia women's head basketball coach Debbie Ryan's radio show which airs locally on 1070 WINA in Charlottesville from 6:00-7:00 p.m. with host Jay James.

Joining Coach Bennett and Koehn on tonight's show will be Virginia freshman forward Akil Mitchell.

Each "Coach's Corner with Tony Bennett" show this year will be broadcast live from Chili's in front of the Seminole Square Shopping Center along Route 29 North in Charlottesville. Fans are encouraged to attend and ask questions in person or to e-mail the show. Questions to any of the show's participants may be sent via e-mail to Dave Koehn at

Each week, fans in attendance will have the opportunity to win Virginia basketball game tickets, UVa t-shirts, and Coach Bennett autographed basketballs. They also have the opportunity to enter a grand prize drawing for a Wintergreen Resort weekend getaway courtesy of Wintergreen Resort. The drawing will occur on March 28 at the final show at Chili's.

Fans can also listen to the show online through an audio subscription package (subscribe here) at




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