Charlie Trotman

Charlie was a three-year starter at quarterback for the Auburn Tigers from 1977-1979 and following his senior season was named the most valuable player in the Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic. In 1979 he won the Cliff Hare Award, the highest honor given to an Auburn athlete.

Charlie was the color commentator for the Tigers’ radio broadcasts on the Auburn Network for 15 seasons between 1986-2001 and was a frequent guest on local and national sports radio shows before joining Doug as a co-host in 2014. In addition to co-hosting the MAX Round Table on Mondays and Fridays on ESPN The Ticket, he is the president of The Trotman Company, a real estate development firm.

Charlie and his wife Whitney have three children – Ellen Rogers, Barbara Ann and Charlie.


The MAX Round Table

The MAX Roundtable airs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each weekday, and is hosted by Doug Amos, Charlie Trotman and Darrell Dapprich. Charlie serves as Doug’s co-host on Mondays and Fridays, with Darrell joining him on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The trio conducts in-depth interviews, enjoys spirited discussion and debate on the sports topics of the day, all the while staying invested in the River Region community. Giving back to the community is one of the main reasons many local businesses choose to partner with the show in their advertising efforts.

The Paul Finebaum Show

The SEC NETWORK’s Paul Finebaum hosts his show from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and also joins the MAX Roundtable guys for guest appearances multiple times each month. Paul touches bases through the southeast, with great guests and intriguing commentary. And his lineup of callers from all over the country are sure to entertain.

Wildcat Review

Granger Shook is alongside Doug Amos each Wednesday at 6 p.m. for Wildcat Review, as the first-year head coach takes us inside Trinity football for a behind-the-scenes look at the program. The two will discuss team performance and player development in a positive light, as the Wildcats once again look to challenge for championships.

The Pigg Enterprises Scoreboard Show

Doug Amos and Darrell Dapprich host this two-hour high school football scoreboard show each Friday night during the season. The show airs from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., with the two getting game reports from around the River Region and beyond. In addition, the hosts take phone calls and, will always have a positive spiritual message at “halftime’ of the program.

The Troy Sports Radio Network

ESPN THE TICKET is the flagship station for the Troy Trojans’ football and men’s basketball game broadcasts. The voice of the Trojans, Barry McKnight, leads the broadcast team, which also includes color analyst Jerry Miller, sideline reporter Junior Louissaint and studio host Doug Amos. The Troy Gameday Pregame Show begins two hours before the kickoff. The basketball broadcast team includes McKnight, Amos and Miller, with the pregame show coming on the air a half hour before tipoff.