ESPN Radio 1100 AM & 98.9 FM welcomes Las Vegas local and NFL rookie running back, DeMarco Murray, to lineup
DeMarco Murray is joined by Marty Cordova for weekly radio show
ESPN Radio is proud to welcome Las Vegas local and the Dallas Cowboys’ record-breaking rookie running back, DeMarco Murray, to the lineup. The DeMarco Murray Show airs Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on ESPN Radio 1100 AM and 98.9 FM. With a focus on both professional and high school sports, the hour-long show features “sports talk from an athlete’s perspective.”
In his rookie season, Murray, a Las Vegas local and Bishop Gorman High School graduate, has already established himself as one of the National Football League’s top running backs and most exciting players. Drafted in 2011 from the University of Oklahoma, Murray already owns the single-game rushing record for a Cowboys running back, as well as the second-most rushing yards in a game by a rookie in NFL history. Adding to his accolades, Murray also holds the record for the second-longest touchdown run by a Dallas Cowboy, as well as the 10th most rushing yards in a game in NFL history.
Joining Murray is Major League Baseball’s 1995 American League Rookie of the Year, Marty Cordova. A Las Vegas native, Cordova played nine seasons in Major League Baseball. With 122 homeruns and a career average of .274, Cordova established himself as one of baseball’s leading hitters. Throughout his career, Cordova played for the Minnesota Twins, Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians and Baltimore Orioles.