Man Cave Radio
The show, while focusing on sports, is very free flowing and willing to discuss any topic that men will normally talk about while gathered around the fire roasting the daily hunt; or whatever direction the callers move us in, which is always unpredictable.
We also often feature guests from around the local area as well as around the nation who cover broad and specific areas of sports on TV, radio, print, and online. We also pride ourselves in bringing in current and former athletes to give our listeners an “in the locker room” perspective.
Brian Scott: As a former DJ at KLSU 91.1 FM in Baton Rouge, Brian Scott fell in love with the medium of radio from his first broadcast. Recently, 36 year old Brian Scott has transformed his writing skills from political speechwriting to sports columns; and his talk radio skills from political talk to sports talk…and has never looked back. By starting the concept of “Man Cave Radio”, Brian is able to opine on his passion for college sports while keeping the door open to discuss any topic that emerges in the Man Cave. As the hosts often say “Anything goes in the Man Cave, and we are easily distracted!”
Evan “The Big Easy” Garrity: The youngster of the group at 25, Evan is also a 2004 graduate of Rummel High School. He later spent 3 years at Louisiana State University studying communications, before transferring to the University of New Orleans where he continued to study Journalism. Evan has written sports articles for the “Louisiana Weekly,” and began on sports radio as a guest on the Brian Scott Sports Hour in 2009. Evan later teamed up with Brian Scott and the “Missing Link” full time in 2010 to start the Man Cave Radio Show.
Jimmy “Missing Link” Fahrenholtz: Legal Scholar, Statesman, Sports Fanatic…take your pick when trying to describe our friend Jimmy. As the elder of the group and a certified member of MENSA, the “Missing Link” provides wisdom, occasional legal counsel, and sometimes various liquid contraband to the show. At 63, however, he miraculously brings the maturity level of the conversation to a pre-natal level. Never at a loss for words and too old to fear any serious reprisal, Jimmy will simply finish most thoughts with “…And, I’m ok with that!”
Chelsea Ransom: The Man Cave’s own version of Erin Andrews, Chelsea graduated from LSU in Mass Communication: Journalism/Broadcast with a focus in Sports Studies. During College she worked on Baton Rouge’s longest running sports show: Sports Monday. In her spare time she participates in multiple athletic events including several intramural teams. Currently, she is working part time for a television station in Baton Rouge. Chelsea also appears in the “Man Cave” on Fridays to keep the boys in check as well as offer the female sports fan’s perspective. Beauty and brains: Something the Man Cave lacks every other day of the week!