I'm Mike Gill and I serve as the stations brand manager. I also host 'Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. I am a local product of South Jersey and have been a familiar voice since 2001. I have covered numerous big events including the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA playoffs, and the Stanley Cup Finals. The 2001 West Virginia University graduate brings you some of the top interviews each and everyday on the Sports Bash.
Better Bet: Sweet 16 Preview
The Sweet Sixteen separates the contenders from the pretenders, as March Madness gears up for its second weekend where expectant teams gather for the regional finals.
Better Bet: College Madness Round 2 Preview
Round one of the NCAA Tournament is complete, but the madness doesn’t stop, and it is straight into round two with some exciting matches lined up.
Atlantic City Blackjacks 2019 Schedule Announced
The days and times for the inaugural season have been released!
Better Bet: NCAA Cinderella’s and Surprises
Here is a look at some of the potential surprise packages in this year’s Big Dance.
Better Bet: NCAA Opening Round Preview
Here are some betting tips for the first round action of March Madness.
Bryce Harper Considered Day-to-Day
Bryce Harper's swelling in his bruised ankle reduced overnight and he is considered day-to-day.
Mainland Alum Osun Osunniyi About to Put Name in Record Books
Former Mainland basketball star Osun Osunniyi is having a great freshman season at St. Bonaventure.
Report: Eagles Free-Agent RB Jay Ajayi Meeting with Colts
After two seasons in the Eagles’ backfield, running back Jay Ajayi is reportedly meeting with the Indianapolis Colts next week.
Keith Smith On The NBA Eastern Conference Down The Stretch
The Sixers are down to the final 14 games, Keith Smith of Yahoo! Sports and Real GM, checked in with The Sports Bash for his weekly NBA conversation to talk about how the eastern conference contenders look down the homestretch.
John McMullen On NFL First Day of NFL Free Agency and OBJ Trade
As the free agency flood gates open today, 973espn.com's John McMullen talks about the big signings and big trades and how they will influence the Eagles for 2019.