Co-Host, Middays – Weekdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Bio: A broadcast professional with 13 years in the Atlanta market. John started at 790 The Zone in 2004 and worked his way from intern to full-time afternoon drive host. He spent two years as In Game entertainment for Georgia Tech Men’s Basketball from 2005-2006. John also has acted as color commentator for the Georgia Force, sideline reporter for the Atlanta Hawks, and just finished Year 6 as the sideline reporter for the Atlanta Falcons on the Falcons Radio Network alongside Wes Durham and Dave Archer.
Currently, you can find John on CW 69 and AtlantaFalcons.com doing Falcons related broadcasts.
John is a native of South Florida and attended Texas College where he majored in Physical Education.
Dave Archer joins the Midday Show to talk about his perspective on the Falcons close victory over the Lions and calls his shot of Iowa State over Texas.
John Michaels sings a lovely tune recapping the Falcons win against the Lions and Atlanta’s 3-0 start…..
Join 92-9 The Game’s John Michaels every Thursday night at Buffalo Wild Wings to watch this week’s match-up. He’ll be on site at Buffalo Wild Wings from 8:30p until 10:30p with plenty of great prizes […]
Every time the Falcons win, John Michaels “writes” a song to commemorate the victory.
You know the formula… Falcons beat Arizona. John Michaels sings a song…
You know the drill……Falcons win and John sings……
Tonight Georgia Tech looks to improve on a 3-0 start with a big game at Bobby Dodd vs Clemson. Fresh off an easy victory over Vanderbilt, Tech looks to ride a wave of emotion in what…
John Michaels shares some NFL bold predictions as the start of the regular season nears.
Kirby Smart rolled into town with as much bravado as ever seen in Athens. Gone are the days of “ah shucks” with Mark Richt, gone are the days where 10-3 was considered a good season, and also gone(hopefully) are fall’s full of what could have been. The question now is what’s fair for the…
Jordan Spieth collapsed on the back 9 at The Masters on Sunday, so it led us to today’s Top 5. What were the biggest collapses in sports history?