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Old 01-14-2020, 06:04 PM
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I read today that the Query and Schultz show has been cancelled due to budget cuts. GBB got me listening to their podcast a while back, and I have enjoyed their show. Big loss for the Indianapolis sports radio market. Michael Grady, Jake Query, and Derek Schultz all gone within the last year. Brutal
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I read today that the Query and Schultz show has been cancelled due to budget cuts. GBB got me listening to their podcast a while back, and I have enjoyed their show. Big loss for the Indianapolis sports radio market. Michael Grady, Jake Query, and Derek Schultz all gone within the last year. Brutal
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