'TribPreps Radio' discusses controversy over Logan quarterback's suspension

Published November 6, 2013 11:40 am
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There's plenty of intrigue heading into Friday's 4A football quarterfinal playoff game between Logan and Olympus high schools.

Undefeated all season, the Logan Grizzlies take on the Olympus Titans without star quarterback Chase Nelson, who won't be allowed to play in the game after he was ejected from a Nov. 1 game against Bountiful for allegedly kicking another player.

The incident and the Utah High School Activities Association's decision not to stray from rules that prohibit players from appealing ejections are controversial.

They make great fodder for sports radio, which is why they're the topic of this week's "TribPreps Radio" program featuring reporter Christopher Kamrani, assistant sports editor Kevin Winters Morriss and correspondent Ben Raskin.

You can listen to weekly program produced each Tuesday here. You also can download it as a podcast to listen to later.

"TribPreps Radio" launched with the start of the high school football season in August, and each week has provided lively discussion and interesting insights about key matchups, individual players and more.

With football playoffs in full swing, there's no better time to tune in as these experts make a few predictions and discuss what to watch for.

Another worthwhile podcast

Last week, "Utah Week in Review" debuted on KCPW 88.5/105.3 FM. The Tribune's Jennifer Napier-Pearce hosts the new hourlong program, which examines the week's top Utah stories through the eyes of a rotating panel of the state's top journalists. If you missed the program, which airs live at 9 a.m. Fridays and is rebroadcast at 8 a.m. Sundays, you can listen to a recording or download a podcast here.



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