About Game On
“Game On,” from Liberty University, is a 30-minute weekly sports program that covers collegiate sports, offers feature stories, and profiles the athletes and coaches at the heart of all the action.
“Game On” covers the exciting action of Liberty Flames’ 20 NCAA Division I programs and 31 Club Sports teams.
Hosted by Matt Warner, and Rett McGibbon, the show features regular contributions from LFSN reporters Alan York and Nick Pierce, among others.
Additionally, the show regularly features special guests such as notable athletes and coaches from across the sports spectrum, as well as commentary from LFSN guest analysts. Digging deeper into the important issues facing college and professional athletics, “Game On” provides a spiritual point-of-view that reminds viewers not only what matters most in sports, but also what matters most in life.
“Everyone enjoys hearing the story behind the story. We endeavor to pass on to our viewers the intangibles that motivate men and women to achieve greatness in athletics so they can use those principles in their own life.”
“Game On” Executive Producer Kevin Keys.
Game On Talent
Matt Warner: Anchor
Matt Warner anchors “Game On,” LFSN’s weekly 30-minute sports program, and also serves as an announcer for LFSN. A native of Kansas City, Mo., Warner began his career as a sports anchor in local television.
Over the past six years, he has served as a sports anchor in three different markets — KETK in Texas, WDAY in North Dakota, and KSPR in Missouri.
Rett McGibbon: Anchor/Reporter
Rett McGibbon cohosts, reports, and produces segments for “Game ON.” McGibbon rotates between the hockey broadcast booth, reporting for LFSN, and coaching the Flames ACHA Division III men’s hockey team.
A native of Ontario, Canada, McGibbon graduated from Liberty in 2008 with a degree in mathematics and biology/chemistry and a minor in French.
Bobbie Bohlig: Anchor/Reporter
Bobbie Bohlig co-hosts, reports, and produces segments for "Game On." Bohlig grew up in Minnesota where she graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
During her time at St. Cloud she worked as an on-air reporter for NCAA Division 1 Men's Hockey broadcasts and covered a multitude of live sporting events. In addition, she worked with Minor League baseball team St. Cloud Rox, as their field reporter during the 2016 season.