March 11, 2014 at 3:19 AM CDT - Updated July 20 at 9:13 PM
JONESBORO, Ark. (AStateRedWolves.com) - This season's final "Live at The Brickhouse with John Brady" Show will be held this Tuesday (March 11) evening at The Brickhouse Grill in downtown Jonesboro from 7-8 p.m. (CT) and the public is welcome to attend.
The "Live at The Brickhouse with John Brady" Show features A-State men's basketball head coach John Brady. Coach Brady will review the current 2013-14 season along with previewing the Red Wolves' appearance in the upcoming 2014 Sun Belt Conference (SBC) Men's Basketball Championships, which will take place March 13-16 at Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, La.
The show is hosted by the "Voice of the Red Wolves" Matt Stolz and can be heard live on KFIN 197.9 FM and select EAB Red Wolves Sports Network affiliates.
The "Live at The Brickhouse with John Brady" is sponsored by Morsoy Xtra from Cache River Valley Seed, Jonesboro Roofing, Community Title and Escrow, Fletcher Family Eye Care, Arkansas Blue Cross/Blue Shield Agent Woody Harrelson, Kalmer Solutions and Shelter Insurance Agent Mark Webb.
Reservations for this season's finale "Live at The Brickhouse with John Brady" Show are strongly encouraged and to guarantee your seat(s), please contact the Brickhouse Grill at 870-336-2441. The Brickhouse Grill is located at 218 South Main Street in downtown Jonesboro.
Those EAB Red Wolves Sports Network radio affiliates within the state of Arkansas to air the show are The Source 93.3 FM in Little Rock, KCCT 101.7 FM in Mountain Home, KWAK 105.5 FM in Stuttgart, KWYN 1400 AM in Wynne and KOTN 102.5 FM in Gould/Monticello. The show can also be heard online at KFIN.com.
Arkansas State, which has registered an 18-12 record overall and a fourth-place 10-8 conference mark to date this season, received a first-round bye in the 2014 SBC Championship Tournament and will open quarterfinal-round action this Friday (March 14) at 6 p.m. (CT) versus the winner of the UALR-Troy opening-round contest. A-State's game will be televised live on the Sun Belt Network and ESPN3.