For seven years sports fans have been entertained by Head to Head, an afternoon radio show on Supertalk Mississippi, hosted by Richard Cross and Matt Wyatt. Sunday night, via Facebook, Wyatt announced he resigned from the show.
Wyatt was very thankful to his listeners and coworkers on the show, but did not give details as to why he left Head to Head. “I’ve got some exciting things on the horizon, some dreams I want to chase but stay tuned over the next few days and months,” Wyatt said in his announcement.
Wyatt’s Head to Head co-host Richard Cross expressed gratitude via Twitter, stating, “Matt is incredibly talented and will be successful in whatever he does. I’m thankful for the past seven years with Matt and what we built from scratch.”
Supertalk Mississippi is heard on 12 radio stations throughout the state offering a variety of programming including politics, pop culture, news and sports. The radio network recognizes it will be a challenge to fill the void left by former Mississippi State quarterback Matt Wyatt on Head to Head.
“Matt is a great talent and is going to be hard to replace,” Program Director for Supertalk Mississippi, Will East told Gridiron Now. “We appreciate all Matt did to make the show a success and we wish him the very best.”
Head to Head will continue on Supertalk Mississippi with host Richard Cross and producer Michael Borkey.