“Overtime with Carly Zucker,” will be a sports talk show about what players are like when they don't have their game faces on.
“Hopefully, this show will give them an avenue to talk more in-depth about their passions, what makes them tick, the philanthropic work they’re doing in the community—because there are a lot of athletes here and people doing a lot of good,” said Zucker.
Fox 9 caught up with Zucker at her home before “Overtime” debuted. She said she felt like something was missing on Twin Cities sports talk radio. She wanted a program going beyond the highlights.
“People like to find out the personality behind the athlete,” she said.
“There needs to be more women—you can hear Lil B and some other people on the station, but I think this will be a really neat voice to have on KFAN,” said Zucker.
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“That really shocked me because I started in this industry seven or eight years ago—I was working long before I met Jason,” she said.
Zucker says her husband is her biggest fan and of course he'll join her on “Overtime.”