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Witt Ford Red Zone With Graham Harrell Features DuJuan Harris

WRLU's weekly Green Bay Packers talk show was packed last night with adoring football fans and Algoma Wolves faithful on hand to honor the varsity girls basketball team. The "Witt Ford Red Zone With Graham Harrell" welcomed special guest DuJuan Harris to Sturgeon Bay last night.

The first hour of the show was devoted to the Algoma varsity girls basketball team for their remarkable come from behind victory over rival Kewaunee last week. Coach Mark Zastrow and each of his varsity players each had a chance to talk on the radio. The Wolves have a tough schedule this week with a game against Luxemburg-Casco tonight, Sevastopol on Friday and De Pere Saturday.

Hour two of the "Red Zone" started with a warm ovation from the full house for Packers Graham Harrell and DuJuan Harris. The players were extra excited coming off Sunday's win over the Bears. Winning the NFC North was extra sweet when the crown is claimed against your division rival and after a long week of trash talking, according to Harris.

The Witt Ford Red Zone will take one week off as next Monday is Christmas Eve. The show returns New Years Eve at a special early time of 4:15 – 6:00 PM.


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