Skip was a long time basketball season ticket holder with his father.I always enjoyed talking to him prior to games which has been many years ago.I was siting in football end zone about 20 years ago and talked to this RU fan. I realized he was Skip from Elizabeth, since I called WCTC also. Just from his voice. Think Skip became sick and did not call anymore.
That guy was such an ass. Used to drive me crazy how much air time he got. It went on for years. He started every call like this:OMG, he was the most negative human being I have ever encountered.
The WRSU "Knightline" theme song is "Dr. Music" by The Peppers (1975). Credit goes to my good friend and former WRSU program director Mike Blishak who chose the music and organized and hosted the first Knightline panel discussion just before the undefeated and Final Four season of the the 1975-1976 Rutgers Men's Basketball team began. "Knightline" for Rutgers football began with the 1977 season. Those "Knightline" calls in the undefeated season sometimes extended to 3:00 a.m. into the morning after games. By the way, the song is meant to "intro" the hosts into the show. I noticed they let the song play all the way out - not quite how it was meant to be used but very happy to see it is now a tradition that stretches out over 45 years!John's line on WCTC Knightcap. Neil.... the fact of the matter is,,,,,, I remember before a foul shout when it was quiet he yelled out... Hill you totally destroyed this program . Never saw him after that season.
Love the WRSU theme song too.