What I do for 610: Talk show host and sports blogger
Hometown: Born in Los Angeles, Ca., and claim Hattiesburg, Ms.
College: Southern Miss
High school: Hattiesburg High
How long at SportsRadio 610: Third tour of duty – since 1996 (At one time hosted Fast Break w/Nate that aired on SportsRadio 610)
How long in radio business: 15+ years
Coolest person at SR610: No one certain person…
What I love about Houston: Diversity, culture, and entertainment values. Also has great opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Favorite people to interview: Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Warren Moon, Ozzie Smith, Shaq, Otis Birdsong, Hakeem Olajuwon, Bobby Jones, Julius Erving, Magic Johnson, Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio, Rudy Tomjanovich, Don Chaney, Kenny Smith, Bubba McDowell, Otis Thorpe, Jack Pardee, Vivian Stringer, George Gervin, Artis Gilmore, Bruce Matthews, Mike Munchak, Andre Johnson, Tommy Lasorda, Art Howe, Bobby Cox, David Justice, etc.
Experience: Have worked as radio and television reporter and anchor. Have covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, College sports, professional tennis. I have worked as radio and TV color analyst for regional and national football and basketball. Covered both Rockets NBA Championships, numerous golf tournaments, have broadcasted “live” from the Shell Houston Open. Currently serving as radio color analyst for Rice Football broadcasts as well as color analyst for Comcast TV Sports. Also worked as NFL Houston Texans TV Reporter.
Teams followed: L.A. Dodgers, San Francisco 49er’s, Houston Texans
Favorite sports experiences: So many!
Sports played: Football, track, baseball as a prep in Hattiesburg, Ms. Played Collegiate football and ran track at Los Medanos College and the University of Southern Mississippi.
Family info: Happily married with one child.
The SEC and Big 12 have big interests in Houston and Texas; that’s not really a secret. However, other than talent and current footprint, what lies ahead for those conferences in Houston? We explore.
HOUSTON (CBS-Houston) – There are several reasons why folks in College Station are extremely excited following Texas A&M’s decisive 52-28 opening win at South Carolina. Robert Cessna, longtime columnist of the Bryan College Station Eagle, [...]
The College Football topography changes forever with the inaugural of the College Football Playoff. Locally, the landscape changes on South Main as Rice opens at Notre Dame. But, that’s not the only change coming soon to South Main.
College football is filled with exciting games throughout the season especially with the beginning of the four-team playoff system. But, the real question is which conference will dominate?
We take a look around the nation and locally. We hear from Rice Head Football Coach David Bailiff and also update the progress of the new TDECU Stadium on the UH campus.
Is Baylor ready to take that step to a possible final four and what about the season that was in 2013. Aggie’s Head Coach Kevin Sumlin is annoyed with questions about Johnny ‘Football’.
Phil Savage knows the business of college football inside and out. He also knows the NFL and makes a bold prediction of the date and opponent Johnny Football will face in his starting debut.
College Football Today takes a look at the LSU Tigers, the new NCAA rule that will affect outgoing high school athletes effective 2016, BYU is running an internal investigation, and much more.
Johnny ‘Football’, Mike Evans, and Jake Matthews are now in the NFL. How will the Aggies replace those and other talented players? Aggie’s Running Backs Coach Clarence McKinney shares his thoughts!
The NFL Draft takes place tonight in New York and Houston Texans fans will be watching to see what players the Texans draft. Meanwhile, Jason Johnson of ESPN’s Draft Academy gives us a preview of what to expect.