Jan. 13, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The fourth Ed Cooley Radio Show aired live on Sports Radio 103.7 WEEI-FM on Thursday, January 12 from Audi Warwick located at 1517-B Bald Hill Road, Warwick, R.I. The show also was streamed live on Friars.com. Junior forward Bilal Dixon (Jersey City, New Jersey) joined Coach Cooley on the show hosted by John Rooke.
On the show, Rooke, Coach Cooley and Dixon spoke about the Friars' first BIG EAST Conference victory over Louisville and the upcoming trip to Syracuse to take on the Orange on Saturday, January 14, for the second time in just four games. Former Friar and current New Jersey Net, Marshon Brooks called in and spoke to Rooke about his rookie season and the adjustment to professional basketball.
Audi Warwick will host another radio show later in the season, on Thursday, February 16.
The next Ed Cooley Radio Show will air live on Thursday, January 19 from Chelo's Hometown Bar & Grille located at 45 D, Newport Avenue, Rumford, RI 02861. As always, the show is free, open to the public and a great opportunity to support the Friars and meet Head Coach Ed Cooley.
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