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Farm Bureau Insurance Coach's Corner with Mike London Tonight

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Nov. 19, 2012

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.
– The weekly “Coach’s Corner with Mike London” radio program, presented by Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance, with Virginia head football coach Mike London is on Virginia Sports Radio Network stations across the Commonwealth tonight.  Tonight's program will be an hour earlier than normal and air from 6 to 6:30 pm leading into the Virginia Men's Basketball broadcast on the Virginia Sports Radio Network.

“Coach’s Corner with Mike London” will be broadcast all season live at Wild Wing Café next to the train station on Main St. in Charlottesville.  Fans are encouraged to attend and ask questions in person. Each week, fans in attendance will have the opportunity to win Virginia game tickets and other prizes. They also have the opportunity to enter for a grand prize drawing on November 26, for a Bose Cinemate sound system provided by Crutchfield.
 
Starting this year, fans can also listen to the show free of charge online at virginiasports.com.


 

 

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