Newest Hall of Fame member from AZ, Culp, on Saturday's show
Originally published: Aug 9, 2013 - 12:00 am
A Yuma High sign greeted Curley Culp as he headed to the podium to give his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony speech on Saturday during ESPN’s broadcast.
Attending the ceremony was another Arizona gridiron great, Randall McDaniel, the first former Arizona prep player to join the Hall of Fame in Canton. Arizona surely was well represented during Culp’s speech.
Culp, a Yuma High product, lives in Houston, but on Saturday he'll continue to talk about his Arizona upbringing a week after his enshrinement. He’ll do so Saturday during Arizona Sports Prep 365's radio program on 620 AM between 9-11 a.m.
Arizona Sports Prep 365 also will continue to preview the Sollenberger Classic, interviewing coach Rich Muraco of Nevada Liberty High during the show. Muraco’s program is scheduled to meet Tucson Salpointe on Aug. 24 at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas.
Also on Saturday’s radio show will be Les Wilsey of aia365.com, Andy Morales of the Tucson Citizon, and Jason Skoda of Maxpreps and the Ahwatukee Foothills News.
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