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.
It’s official! Brown is back in the college coaching ranks.
Former UH Great Birdsong will attend Magic-Bird play on Broadway in New York City. Get an idea of what the former All-Star expects to experience.
The Houston Cougars and Head Football Coach Tony Levine look forward to the season after a successful weekend.
The number 13 nationally ranked Rice Owls are becoming accustomed to being on the road after the schedule they’ve faced dating back to March 23.
“New” is the theme at the University of Houston as they prepare to usher in the 2012 football season beginning with the Spring game on Friday night and a new Offensive Coordinator.
It’s a new beginning for an existing institution with its first-ever Head Football Coach and program which brings promise and challenges. HBU kicks off a new era with the addition of football.
Owls’ Head Football Coach David Bailiff gives title of Assistant Head Coach to long time assistant, Darrell Patterson. He’s ready for the responsibilities that lie ahead in 2012 and beyond while mixing football with family.
Baylor Men’s Basketball is becoming one of the nation’s top tier programs. Head Coach Scott Drew can certainly make the argument.
The college basketball season is now over and it’s time for teams to prepare for 2012-13…especially the Rice Owls.
The Rice Owls pitching staff continues to be the strength of Wayne Graham’s 2012 team.