What I do for 610: Sports Flash Anchor/Reporter
Age, birthday: 5/24/91
College: University of Nebraska
High school: St. Thomas High School
How long at Sports Radio 610: Started in May of 2013
How long in radio business: 3 years
What I love about Houston: The Tex-Mex, the Rodeo, and not having a real winter.
Favorite four-letter word: Will
KNTK 93.7 The Ticket (Lincoln, NE)
- Host of ‘Morning Take’
- Sports Update Anchor
- Web Content Manager
KRNU 90.3 (Lincoln, NE)
- Co-host of ‘Husker Countdown’
- Sports Staff Director
Signature phrases: “For sure” or better said as “Fer Sure”
Teams followed: Astros, Rockets, Texans, Husker Football, Red Raider Football, and Vandy.
Favorite sports experiences:
- Calling the B1G championship game a Lucas Oil Stadium
- Standing through 18 innings in 2005 as the Astros beat the Braves in the NLDS.
- Any Rockets playoff games.
- Getting spurned for an interview by Pete Rose at the Indy 500.
- Basketball. I’m always down for a pickup game.
- Baseball (I like to think I played)
Family: Great parents, 1 brother, and 1 sister.
More: Born and raised in Houston. I spent the last 4 years covering the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Lincoln before coming to SR 610. I grew up in an era where the Astros were actually good and twitter didn’t control the world.
Houston (CBS Houston) – Case Keenum and Tom Savage struggled mightily in the Texans final preseason game as the Texans fell 40-13 to the San Francisco 49ers. The Texans won the toss and chose to receive. [...]
Houston Texans right guard Brandon Brooks will be the lone Texans starter who will start Thursday nights game against the 49ers.
Jadeveon Clowney didn’t practice on Thursday.
DJ Swearinger got under the Broncos skin on Wednesday
Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson isn’t a fan of the NFL’s points of emphasis.
The Texans continued to get some of their veterans back Tuesday.
Jadeveon Clowney gave the whole city of Houston a boost on Saturday night.
DJ Swearinger doesn’t know why he was flagged on Saturday night.
Jadeveon Clowney flashed his potential as the Texans defense shined early on Saturday night. Behind an improved offensive effort, the Texans picked up their first win of the preseason 32-7 over the Atlanta Falcons.
Romeo Crennel’s group forced a quick three and out on the Falcons first drive, followed by a 14-yard kick return by Keshawn Martin. The offense failed to capitalize though, going three and out themselves, leading to boos on the Texans first drive of their preseason home opener.
The Texans ‘Big Three’ will be out against Atlanta.