Black History Sports Legend Hugh Evans NBA Ref 28 yrs
February 19, 2018
Hosted by Darryl Oliver
SportsInfo UM goes one on one with America sports legend and nominee for 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class. Former NBA referee for 28 years Hugh Evans . Hugh will discuss the current status of NBA ,Black History from a sports prospective ,the current relationship with young referees,how women referees have progressed in the league and his views on a lot more issues. SportsInfo UM invite callers from around the world to discuss current sports stories and help us discover new sports stories about the NFL,NBA,NHL,MLB,NASCAR,Formula One,MLS and any other sports you want to talk about.
Sports Info U.M.
Monday at 5 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel
Sports Info U.M is hosted by former NCAA champions and NFL player Darryl Oliver. Darryl has extensive knowledge of football in the training camps, on the field and everywhere in between. He will use his past experience to focus on football drafts, offseason stories, and gridiron play by plays, while simultaneously discussing the hot and cold of the current sports scene. Darryl has an extensive list of guests ranging from Hall of Fame coaches, to current NFL players to add suspense and ingenuity to his already entertaining show.
Darryl Oliver won his first state championship in high school playing for Palatka High in 1981. He was a NCAA champion and NFL player for the University of Miami, Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons. He played on Miami’s 1983 football team to help them win Florida’s first NCAA championship. Darryl is just as energetic teaching and coaching high school, as he was playing running back for the Ibis’. Playing under coaches like Howard Schnellenberger and Jimmy Johnson, Darryl has obtained an outlook for sports that is sought after by many and adored by more. Darryl has coached at high schools all over North and South Florida as an Assistant Coach, a Running Back Coach and as an Offensive Coordinator His opinions on football and sports in general will leave you at the edge of your seat and will keep your ears on the speakers waiting for more.