© 2022 88.9 KETR
Public Radio for Northeast Texas
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations

A&M-C Lion Football Returns Thursday (Sept. 2) at Colorado-Pueblo

A&M-Commerce Athletics

Texas A&M-Commerce Athletic Director Tim McMurray discusses the return of Lion football after a lost season in 2020 because of the pandemic.  The 5th-ranked Lions play at Colorado State-Pueblo, ranked 12th in the nation, Thursday night.  The game will be heard on KETR.

John Mark Dempsey is the host of the public interest program The Blacklands Café from KETR News. Dempsey is also the play-by-play announcer for Commerce Tigers Football on 88.9 FM and on ketr.org.
Related Content
  • dso_greenville.jpg
    47th Dallas Symphony Series Starts Oct. 1 In Greenville
    Judy Woods, representing the Dallas Symphony Orchestra series in Greenville, says the campaign to sell season tickets for the series concludes this week.…
  • rotary_-_early_act_first_knight_-_rotary5840-org.jpg
    Commerce Rotary Introduces 'Early Act First Knight' At A.C. Williams
    Carl Klauss of the Commerce Rotary Club explains the "Early Act First Knight"(EAFK) program that Rotary is helping to implement at the A.C. Williams…
  • community_seeds_housing.jpg
    Community Seeds Launching Roy Clayton Sunrise Creek Ranch For Men
    Bert Cooper, executive director of Community Seeds of Lone Oak, relates the organization's plans for the Roy Clayton Sunrise Creek Ranch, where homeless…
  • texas_flag_-_state_of_texas.jpg
    'Five Vibing Texas Towns ... That Aren't Austin'
    Dr. Dale Funderburk, Northeast Texas economist, reflects on a recent Barron's article, "Five Vibing Texas Towns That Aren't Austin." The towns are the…
  • cell_phone_line_jseliger2_cc_by_2.0.jpg
    Don't Let Social Media Lead You To Compare Your Life To Others'
    Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce and our wellness commentator, reflects on Psychology Today article, "How to Stop…