Marc Ryan

Offsides with Marc Ryan

M-F 3-7 PM

Marc hosts the Upstate's most interactive sports talk show every weekday from 3 to 7pm.  Marc doesn't shy away from controversial topics and encourages listeners to respond and debate the issues honestly with him. In a short amount of time, "Offsides with Marc Ryan" has become the most talked about sports radio talk show in South Carolina.   

Marc previously hosted a sports talk show in Houston at Entercom's Sports Radio 610 and served as the head of media at a Houston area high school. Before that, Marc was the Tampa Bay Rays pre and post-game host for WDAE and the Afternoon Drive Host of “Booger and Ryan” at CBS Radio Tampa Bay with Booger McFarland, now on Monday Night Football. There he was named to the Talkers.com Heavy Hundred List, honoring the 100 most important sports hosts in the country. Marc remains convinced this is some sort of mistake.

"Offsides with Marc Ryan" is your show. Get in the game every weekday from 3pm to 7pm on ESPN Upstate!! 

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