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14th Annual Gator Hator Week

14th Annual Gator Hator Week

Cumulus Media is excited to partner with The Scarecrow Foundation for the 14th Annual Gator Hator Week! Gator Hator Week takes place the week of the UT vs. Florida game, September 16th – September 22nd.

Vol Village

Vol Village

WIVK and Food City will be a part of Vol Village at Humanities Plaza on UT’s Campus before UT Football home games this fall!

Score a Ford!

Score a Ford!

WNML is teaming up with Ted Russell Ford to give listeners a chance to win a Ford F-150 Pick-up truck valued at $45,000!


NASCAR playoffs intensify after wild opener at Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — All but a couple of the 16 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoff contenders had to rally from “issues” in Sunday’s playoff opener. There were spins, flat tires, pit road penalties, collisions and wall contact. It was Las Vegas Motor Speedway after all — a 1.5-mile track to start the championship…

Tough-luck Truex laments Las Vegas loss

Martin Truex Jr. took the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship lead Sunday afternoon with a third-place finish in the playoff-opening South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota led the most laps (96) and out-pointed the two other most dominant regular season drivers –…

Late cautions foil Larson’s Vegas chances

LAS VEGAS — The late caution flags Sunday in the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway were just what Brad Keselowski needed. However, they were inimical to the winning chances of Kyle Larson, who couldn’t match Keselowski’s short-run speed. Larson had just passed Keselowski for the top spot on Lap 245 of 272,…

South Point 400 results

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Race — South Point 400 Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas, Nevada Sunday, September 16, 2018 1. (13) Brad Keselowski (P), Ford, 272. 2. (11) Kyle Larson (P), Chevrolet, 272. 3. (10) Martin Truex Jr. (P), Toyota, 272. 4. (2) Joey Logano (P), Ford, 272. 5. (6) Ryan Blaney (P),…

Newman announces exit from Richard Childress Racing

LAS VEGAS — Ryan Newman announced via his Twitter social media account Saturday afternoon from Las Vegas Motor Speedway that he would not be returning to the Richard Childress Racing team in 2019. He has competed for the organization since 2014. Newman, 40, assured fans he will be competing fulltime in the 2019 Monster Energy…


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