Power Five Football Season Preview Podcast

Audio posted September 11, 2020 in Sports, CommRadio by Logan Bourandas, Ethan Cook, Connor Donohue, Matthew McLaughlin

Host Ethan Cook and analysts Logan Bourandas, Matthew McLaughlin, and Connor Donohue preview the 2020 college football season for the three Power Five conferences that will play this fall.

About the Contributors

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Ethan Cook

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Ethan is a play-by-play announcer for CommRadio who is aspiring to be a college football analyst for either a major sports network or a college radio station.

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Logan Bourandas

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Logan Bourandas is a broadcast journalism major from Long Island, NY. He is a the news director for CommRadio and the host of Ducks on the Pond, which is an all-baseball talk show on CommRadio. He is also a sports writer and podcaster for CommRadio. He got his start as the station manager for his high school radio station WPOB in his hometown of Plainview, NY, where he hosted numerous radio shows and was involved in sports broadcasts. You can contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Matthew McLaughlin

Freshman / Broadcast Journalism

Matthew “Matt” McLaughlin is a freshman from Abington, Pennsylvania majoring in broadcast journalism at Penn State. He is a writer and analyst in all three departments for CommRadio. He’s been featured as an analyst on live shows such as Daylate Tailgate, State College Saturdays and Hail Mary.

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Connor Donohue

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

Connor Donohue is a junior from Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in sports studies. He is a writer, podcast host and play-by-play commentator for the CommRadio sports department. He is the host of CommRadio’s weekly Premier League podcast alongside Cole Koffler, Matthew McLaughlin and Juan Mendez. He has also made appearances on State College Saturdays. He hopes to be a play-by-play broadcaster in his future career. Follow him on Twitter @ConnorDonohue00. To contact him, you can send him an email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).