Jacob Harrison is the brand manager for 95.3 WBCK & 1360 WKMI and also does weekends on 107.7 RKR. His background is in sports, graduating from the University of Alabama in 2020 pursuing sports journalism. Roll Tide. Jacob previously had his own live sports talk show in Tuscaloosa covering the Crimson Tide football program and has covered the Pittsburgh Steelers and NFL Draft in other avenues as well. This great opportunity brought Jacob to Michigan, so he has a bit of sympathy for the Michigan Wolverines and Detroit Lions, too. Jacob can be heard on WBCK Saturday mornings from 10-11 a.m. on Mitten Madness alongside Da'Jzon Hughes talking all things Michigan sports. The duo team up for live High School Football play-by-play commentary during their season as well. Jacob is a passionate Pittsburgh Steelers fan, avid gamer and heavy metal music fan. He's a father to three hilarious and beautiful children.
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