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.
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