What I do for 610: Host of the Fred and Ted show with Ted Johnson, week nights from 6-10 p.m.
Birthday: Mar. 8
Nickname: Freddy D
Hometown: Topeka, Kansas. And we’ll cut you.
College: University of Kansas – Rock Chalk.
High school: You don’t care.
How long at SportsRadio 610: Since Feb. 2012
How long in radio business: Since January, 2011.
Coolest person at SR610: Ted Johnson.
What you love about Houston: Big City Baby.
Favorite four-letter word: FRED
Favorite people to interview: Deke Bellavia from WWL in NO, Isaiah Rider, Bun B, Ghostface Killah… Mike DeCourcey is pretty solid too.
Life experience: I survived the helo-dunker and Navy SERE school.
Teams followed: KU Basketball and football, KC Chiefs. And of course Houston teams.
Signature line: I don’t mind being wrong.
Favorite sports experiences: Best in-person experience – taking in my first game at Fenway in 01, two grand slams, Pedro pitched his last game of the season and I dipped after a root canal the day before. Best TV experience? Watching KU win the 2008 National Championship.
Sports played: Played basketball and ran in high school.
Family: I have a nice family. Plus my dad and I have the same name. Parents = Unoriginal.
More: To borrow a quote from Beanie Sigel, I don’t do much.
Forget firing Gary Kubiak. Let’s embrace his mediocrity the next five games.
The time has come for Bob McNair to move on from Kubiak and Smith.
It’ll take Case and some much-needed D to win in KC this weekend.
Houston – (CBS HOUSTON): A source close to law enforcement told The Fred and Ted Show late Tuesday evening that Houston Police were contacted by the NFL after fans approached Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub [...]
Kubes can still get this thing turned around – but he’ll have to show some stones if he’s going to do it.
It’s time for a change at the most important position.
Normally we do this as a team, but Fred Davis had so much he learned this week that he got his own “What I Learned.” Please, come read. It’s entertaining.
Why Case Keenum isn’t just the answer at backup quarterback for the Texans.
We finally get a chance to see the young guys in action on Friday when the Texans being their preseason.
It’s Haiku Humpday on F&T and it’s getting serious in Texans camp – for backup positions.