The Bobby Curran Show

The Bobby Curran Show

Weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m.
Get your morning sports fix with “The Bobby Curran Show,” hosted by the radio voice of University of Hawaii football and men’s basketball, Bobby Curran! The six-time “Hawaii Sportscaster of the Year” brings ESPN Honolulu listeners the latest sports headlines, game previews, expert commentary, and interviews with top local and national sports figures. Call or text 296-1420 to get in on the conversation or chime in on Twitter @BobbyCurranShow.


Sept. 17 – Sept. 17 – Maui’s Let’s Talk Sports duo of Kanoa Leahey and Jordan Helle host Thursday’s morning show for Bobby.
LA Lakers studio host on Spectum SportsNetLA Chris McGee previews the Lakers opponent in the Western Conference Finals, the Denver Nuggets.
From Los Angeles, NBA contributor and College Basketball analyst Bill Herenda talks of the surprises within the NBA Bubble during the NBA playoffs and makes his Western Conference Finals prediction.
Spectrum Sports #hawaiifb analyst Rich Miano talks about the upcoming Thursday Night Football matchup (Bengals at Browns), the issues with both teams (rookie QB Joe Burrow and franchise WR AJ Green for the Bengals, third-year QB Baker Mayfield for the Browns), as well as a Cam Newton/Tom Brady discussion.
Plus, “Buy or Sell” returns, talks about the November 25th start date for collegiate basketball and is UH playing football at some point?



Sept. 16 – The Sports Animals fill in for Bobby today. Dennis Dodd, college football writer for CBS sports, talks the Big 10’s decision to start their football season in October. Damon Bruce, radio host for 957 The Game for San Francisco sports, talks 49ers and Giants news and how each team will be preparing for their upcoming seasons as well as dealing with the wildfires ravaging the west coast. Jamey Eisenberg of CBS Fantasy comes in for Rivals Fantasy to help you with your fantasy teams.

Sept. 15 – The Sports Animals fill in for Bobby today. Andy Herman, owner of the Packaday Podcast, talks Green Bay Packers news and the excitement and the hopeful momentum behind Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Curtis Crabtree, Seattle Seahawks reporter for KJR and Pro Football Talk, talk Seahawks news and the other big winner from Week one.



Sept. 14 – The Sports Animals fill in for Bobby today. Brent Sobleski, and NFL analyst from Bleacher Report, fills us in on the Week One action from this weekend and why we shouldn’t overreact to outcomes from the weekend of games. Scott Miller, MLB analyst from Bleacher Report and Sirius XM radio analyst, talks MLB news as we close in on the playoffs in two weeks. Jovan Buha, LA Clippers reporter for The Athletic, talks Clippers news and what to worry about in tomorrows game seven against Denver.



Sept. 12 – The Sports Animals fill in for Bobby today. Brent Sobleski, and NFL analyst from Bleacher Report, fills us in on the Week One action from this weekend and why we shouldn’t overreact to outcomes from the weekend of games. Scott Miller, MLB analyst from Bleacher Report and Sirius XM radio analyst, talks MLB news as we close in on the playoffs in two weeks. Jovan Buha, LA Clippers reporter for The Athletic, talks Clippers news and what to worry about in tomorrows game seven against Denver.



Sept. 11 – Kanoa Leahey and Jordan Helle fill in for Bobby today. For Fan Fridays, Josh Walker, assistant coach of the Men’s Volleyball team, talks about his personal life and the new hardships of bringing in new life and new recruits into this year. Elliot Ptasnik, Swimming and Diving head coach, talks about the new restrictions for Oahu’s lockdown and the recruiting process this year. Jabari Trotter, assistant coach for the Men’s Basketball team, talks the plans for men’s basketball and how they’re preparing for the hopeful winter season.



Sept. 10 – Maui’s Let’s Talk Sports duo of Kanoa Leahey and Jordan Helle host Thursday’s morning show for Bobby.
LA Times sportswriter Andrew Greif discusses the on-going NBA playoff run for the Los Angeles Clippers and what it’s like to cover a team from home that’s competing in a bubble. Spectrum Sports #hawaiifb analyst Rich Miano talks about Tua being the No. 2 Quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, the slate of games for Week 1 and the issues for players to make the roster despite having no preseason games. News and Sports Anchor Larry Beil from KGO-TV in San Francisco chats about the on-going crazy weather in California and what fans can expect in the 2020 edition of the 49ers. Plus, is there a record for the number of ‘Buys’ in “Buy or Sell” AND the debut of a new segment, “Be Honest.”