ESPN2's COLD PIZZA Comes To Mount Union
April 06, 2010
ESPN2's national weekday morning show COLD PIZZA took to the road and aired live from Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio, on Friday, November 12.
COLD PIZZA's 'Live on Campus' segment, co-hosted by Thea Andrews and correspondent Zach Leibowitz, was welcomed by a warm Mount Union crowd on a cold Friday morning at Mount Union Stadium. The Purple Raider cheerleaders and mascot, MUCaw, were present as well to pump up the lively fans.
Among the guests featured on the show were Purple Raider Head Football Coach Larry Kehres, former NY Giant tight end Bob Tucker and former Mount Union football standout Chris Kern, as well as a special appearance by Mount Union senior/quarterback Zac Bruney.
The show was separated into four parts ' an interview session with Tucker and Kern, a one-on-one with Kehres, a behind the scenes comedy stint with Bruney and a cooking segment featuring the 'Feastie Boys.'
This was the first time COLD PIZZA broadcast live from a Division III institution.
The two-hour program is telecast weekdays, (Monday-Friday, 8-10 AM, ET; repeats 10-12 Noon, ET) and features co-hosts Jay Crawford, Kit Hoover and Thea Andrews, and commentators Woody Paige and Skip Bayless. COLD PIZZA debuted Oct. 20, 2003 and originates from a state-of-the-art studio located on 34th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City ' two blocks from the famed Madison Square Garden. COLD PIZZA is produced as part of the ESPN Original Entertainment (EOE) franchise.